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With COVID-19 forcing Broadway to postpone the Tony Awards, critic Charles McNulty takes winners from 2010 tho 2019 and names the best of the best.
After Lea Michele apologized for her on-set behavior, her former “Glee” costars aren’t letting it slide. Even a producer for the TV show has chimed in.
Compared to the awful power of the video of George Floyd’s death, or even the intimate address of Trevor Noah, CNN, MSNBC and Fox News are utterly ineffectual.
Memoirs by Kiese Laymon and John Edgar Wideman; essays by Darryl Pinckney and Mikki Kendall; masterpieces from Michelle Alexander and Claudia Rankine.
Envelope: Showrunners Roundtable
Paul McCarthy’s Hammer Museum solo show shut down for COVID-19. From home, he talks of human nature, violence and turning from performance to drawing.
Culver City-based Zoic Studios, which produces visual effects for film and TV, sees growth in its Zoic Labs, which brings VFX skills to COVID-19 research.
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Scientists studying tiny exhaled particles that could transmit the coronavirus say a Centers for Disease Control and Prevention decision to drop warnings against choral singing is dangerous, risking more “super spreading events” such as a Washington state choir practice linked to two deaths.
Christo’s 1991 installations of more than 1,000 colorful umbrellas in Southern California and Japan resulted in tragedy. Christo created ephemeral projects across the globe
How homes, offices and the city will evolve in the COVID-19 era. Plus, remembering Larry Kramer and Peter Alexander in our weekly arts newsletter.
  1. Fifty years ago, the first Pride was born from an uprising against police violence. Celebrating it will look different this year.
  1. Actor-director Sylvester Stallone just sold his La Quinta retreat for $3.15 million, finding a buyer a week after relisting.
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