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Boston Globe - Entertainment

The Japanese art of tidying up is nice. But what we need in a pandemic is the Japanese way of finding balance

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CNN anchors were drinking on the air on New Year's Eve — again

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Kollwitz's war images reveal grief and trauma

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With a new mural, Rob 'Problak' Gibbs honors the Kings' 'Roxbury Love Story' -- Boston's busiest muralist has a new piece at Shawmut Avenue and Melnea Cass Boulevard.

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617Sessions compilation brings out the best of Boston's indie scene -- "Sound of Our Town 2020" features 10 tracks spanning acoustic rock, trap, pop, and R&B.

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Philip Guston blockbuster show postponed by four museums, including Boston's MFA - Four major art museums said they are postponing until 2024 a much-awaited retrospective of modernist painter Philip Guston after taking into account the surging racial justice protests in the country, adding that the work needed to be framed by "additional perspectives and voices."

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For ceramicist Paul S. Briggs, a new series is tied to racial justice -- His series "Knot Vessels" is on view at Lucy Lacoste Gallery.

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'Oliver Sacks: His Own Life' gives the celebrated neurologist and author his own documentary -- The documentary was shot in 2015, shortly after Sacks learned he had terminal cancer.

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The Academy weighs in on inclusion and diversity

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It's objects of affection, not art objects, put on display in 'The Broken Hearts Gallery'

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Chadwick Boseman: 1976-2020

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'SNL' to return — live — in time for election stretch run

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'Ratched' is kind of cuckoo

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Disney+ reimagines 'Doogie Howser' as a teen girl in Hawaii

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What's happening in the arts world

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What an old cassette tape taught me about how we keep our loved ones alive in the 21st century

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Inch by inch, the MFA reenters a changed world

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A James Comey dramatization for not now

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Alan Arkin bows out of 'The Kominsky Method'

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HomeFront: Return of the MFA, Aaron Sorkin, 'Fargo,' and Shakespeare

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'Just Like You,' the new Nick Hornby novel, tackles romance, race, and politics

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Marilynne Robinson continues her 'Gilead' series and gives Jack his say

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'Queen & Slim' is both a black romance and an American horror story

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Historian Jill Lepore tracks the rise of data science in US politics

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Poetry by Marge Piercy, an anthology about life during the pandemic, and New England authors whose work has been longlisted for the National Book Awards.

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Local bestsellers for the week ending September 20

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Virtual author readings from September 27 - October 3

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In Boston theater, a growing group of Black leaders have a decisive role at a pivotal time

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Confronting and solving problems on screen at GlobeDocs 2020

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Errol Morris is a 'character,' not the storyteller, in 'A Wilderness of Error'

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With 'The Glorias,' Julie Taymor makes a road-trip movie about Gloria Steinem

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