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New York Times - Entertainment

Children's Books - 3 Illustrated Novels With Animal Magnetism - With nods to "Winnie the Pooh," "The Wind in the Willows," "Frog and Toad" and "Charlotte's Web," three animal-centric novels help revive a genre. By - Lauren Castillo

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Seeing Our Own Reflection in the Birth of the Self-Portrait

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Delay of Philip Guston Retrospective Divides the Art World

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'Father of the Bride,' the Pandemic and Me

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Seeking the Humanity in the Story of Kim Wall's Murder

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A Painter Who Puts It All on the Line

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Full-Scale Wagner Returns to Europe With a Refugee-Theme 'Walküre'

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From All-Star Flop to Astute Satire in Just 50 Years

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'Utopia' Review: Alice in Pandemic Land

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New York's Arts Shutdown: The Economic Crisis in One Lost Weekend

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For D.I.Y. Halloween, Make a Murder of Crows -- Spooky birds are perfect décor for the season and can be created from your paper and some household items. -- Jodi Levine

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Fill Up on Tea or a New Film by Steve McQueen -- This week, meet the singer Tashera Robertson, hit a photo show and try your hand at making snow fluff. -- Adriana Balsamo -- Hilary Moss

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How Ruth Bader Ginsburg Lives on In Pop Culture -- She found A-list fame late in life, appearing in movies, children's books and 'S.N.L.' impressions. -- Sara Aridi

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Movies and Museums Are Coming Back. Should You Go? -- Cultural attractions are reopening across the country. If you decide to see a film or take in an exhibit, know the risks and take precautions. -- Courtney Rubin

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Michael Lonsdale, a Bond Villain and Much More, Dies at 89 -- He was best known to many as Hugo Drax in "Moonraker." But he also worked with a Who's Who of directors including Truffaut, Spielberg and Marguerite Duras. -- Penelope Green

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Fake Guns, Fictional Battles, Real Uniforms: Inside the Immersive World of MilSim -- Veterans, gamers, history buffs and gun enthusiasts are shelling out to take part in military simulations. -- Christopher Lee -- Chris Jones

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This Basketball-Loving Poet Resists Categorization -- Fresh off the success of his play "Barber Shop Chronicles," Inua Ellams has a new book out, "The Half God of Rainfall," about a son of Zeus who dominates on the courts. -- Elizabeth A. Harris

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The Artists - A Painting Depicting the Precarity of a Single Figure, and of Us All - In this new work by Marcus Jansen, the subject must contend with two threats: rising walls and rising waters.

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Cleveland on 'Family Guy' to Be Voiced by Arif Zahir -- Zahir will succeed the actor Mike Henry in the part. Henry, who is white, in June said that he would no longer play Cleveland: "Persons of color should play characters of color." -- Dave Itzkoff

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