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  • Suzanne Crough, child star on 'The Partridge Family,' dies at 52

    Suzanne Crough, child star on 'The Partridge Family,' dies at 52

    The youngest daughter on the 1970s television sitcom "The Partridge Family" has died. Suzanne Crough Condray, who played Tracy Partridge, was found dead Monday night at home in Laughlin, Nev., near Las Vegas. She was 52. Her husband, William Condray, said his wife was a patient and loving wife,...

  • Can we pretend an artist’s conduct doesn’t matter in post-Harvey Weinstein Hollywood?

    Can we pretend an artist’s conduct doesn’t matter in post-Harvey Weinstein Hollywood?

    In light of the widespread accusations of sexual misconduct sweeping through Hollywood and beyond, Times film critic Justin Chang and television critic Lorraine Ali discuss how this seismic shift has changed the way they view movies and TV shows. JUSTIN CHANG: Like most critics, Lorraine, you and...

  • Oscars 2016: The complete list of winners and nominees

    Oscars 2016: The complete list of winners and nominees

    The 2016 Oscars have come to an end, with "Spotlight" earning the top prize.  "The Revenant’s" Alejandro G. Iñárritu won in the directing category for the second year in a row, after taking home the prize last year for "Birdman."Leonardo DiCaprio picked up his first Academy Award in the lead acting...

  • 'The Breadwinner' is a striking and affecting animated film set in modern Kabul

    'The Breadwinner' is a striking and affecting animated film set in modern Kabul

    In its power and its beauty, "The Breadwinner” reminds us that animation can be every bit as much of a medium for adults as it is for children. Set in Afghanistan's capital city of Kabul in 2001, the waning days of Taliban rule, "The Breadwinner" does have an 11-year-old girl as its protagonist,...

  • Could a 'night mayor' unify L.A.'s vast music and nightlife scene?

    Could a 'night mayor' unify L.A.'s vast music and nightlife scene?

    Earlier this year, the New York City Council passed a bill establishing a new Office of Nightlife, a decree signed by Mayor Bill De Blasio at House of Yes, a popular Brooklyn dance venue. New York was following the lead of cities around the world. London, Berlin and Amsterdam have all warmed to...

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