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New York Times - Entertainment

Kathy Griffin Is Trying to Get Back on the D-List

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Theodore Roosevelt Statue Removal Begins at Museum of Natural History

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Conrad Ricamora on His Bumpy Road to 'Little Shop of Horrors'

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Gaspard Ulliel, French Actor and 'Moon Knight' Star, Dies at 37

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Jon Bernthal's Guide to Making It as a Supporting Actor

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Aoife O'Donovan's Songs Poured Out When Touring Shut Down

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Review: A Skilled Ballet Leader Creates a Messy 'Raymonda'

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Jeremy Irons Is Transported by Renzo Piano and a Dog Named Smudge

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Jon Stewart to Receive Mark Twain Prize for American Humor

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'Definition Please' Review: What Does It All Mean? -- A grown-up spelling bee star who never left her hometown tries to make sense of the conflicts and challenges in her family. -- Lisa Kennedy

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Manhattan Prosecutors Return Two Artifacts to Iraq -- The repatriations are among the first under Alvin Bragg, the new Manhattan district attorney, who is continuing the work of a dedicated antiquities trafficking unit created by his predecessor. -- Tom Mashberg

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At 83, Arne Glimcher Indulges His Inner Curator -- The founder and chairman of Pace Gallery is opening a new space in TriBeCa, his own "little modern museum." Retirement? That's not in the cards. -- Ted Loos

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Rewind -- France's Colonial Conflict, Filmed From Both Sides -- "The Olive Trees of Justice," a neorealist take on the Algerian War made with nonprofessional actors, is newly restored and still resonates today. -- J. Hoberman

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At Home and Away Newsletter -- What Have You Dreamed About Lately? -- Night visions, two years in. -- Melissa Kirsch

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Those we've lost -- Ricardo Bofill, Architect of Otherworldly Buildings, Dies at 82 -- His structures were so bold, they were the backdrops for TV shows and films, including "Westworld" and a "Hunger Games" movie. But they were also socially aware. -- Fred A. Bernstein

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As Broadway Struggles, Governor Proposes Expanded Tax Credit -- With Omicron complicating Broadway's return, Gov. Kathy Hochul proposed more assistance for commercial theater, which her budget director called "critical for the economy." -- Michael Paulson

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Smithsonian Names New Leader of National Museum of the American Indian -- Cynthia Chavez Lamar, an acting associate director, will be director of the museum, which has one of the largest collections of Native and Indigenous items in the world. -- Sarah Bahr

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NONFICTION -- They Made the Most of the Opioid Crisis. Until They Didn't. -- In "The Hard Sell," the journalist Evan Hughes tells the story of the rise and fall of Insys Therapeutics — and the larger pharmaceutical industry. -- David Enrich

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Theaters and museums open as salons and gyms for a day in protest over a Dutch lockdown. -- The country's Covid measures were eased last week, but many arts venues had to remain closed and many in the sector are unhappy about it. -- Claire Moses

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