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Why Electro’s Exacting Duo Justice Wanted to Break Its Own Rules

Why Electro’s Exacting Duo Justice Wanted to Break Its Own Rules

For “Hyperdrama,” Gaspard Augé and Xavier de Rosnay’s first album in eight years, the duo added genre experiments and guests…
Music Catalog Giant Hipgnosis Agrees to $1.4 Billion Sale to Concord

Music Catalog Giant Hipgnosis Agrees to $1.4 Billion Sale to Concord

Hipgnosis, which owns the rights to songs by Justin Bieber and Neil Young, helped kick-start a rush on catalog sales.…
Jorie Graham’s Poetry of the Earth and Humanity, Set to Music

Jorie Graham’s Poetry of the Earth and Humanity, Set to Music

The composer Matthew Aucoin, Graham’s former student, and the director Peter Sellars have adapted her poems into the operatic “Music…
‘Gun & Powder’ Review: Twin Vigilantes Stake Claim to the American West

‘Gun & Powder’ Review: Twin Vigilantes Stake Claim to the American West

The musical traces the story of Black twin sisters who pass as white, and exact their own form of justice…
‘The Ministry of Ungentlemanly Warfare’ Review: War, Undemanding

‘The Ministry of Ungentlemanly Warfare’ Review: War, Undemanding

Guy Ritchie’s latest is the platonic ideal of an airplane movie, which is not exactly a good thing.
In ‘Franklin,’ Michael Douglas Uses His Charm to Bankroll America

In ‘Franklin,’ Michael Douglas Uses His Charm to Bankroll America

A new Apple TV+ series dramatizes the years Benjamin Franklin spent in France, leveraging diplomacy and guile to secure his…
Review: ‘The Wiz’ Eases Back to Broadway

Review: ‘The Wiz’ Eases Back to Broadway

Almost 50 years after it debuted, this classic Black take on “The Wizard of Oz” tries to update its original…
Quick. Someone Get This Book a Doctor.

Quick. Someone Get This Book a Doctor.

Not every workplace features a guillotine. At a book conservation lab tucked beneath the first floor of the Metropolitan Museum…
Marjane Satrapi on Resistance in Iran: ‘A Real Revolution Is Cultural’

Marjane Satrapi on Resistance in Iran: ‘A Real Revolution Is Cultural’

The author, known for her “Persepolis” series, is releasing a new illustrated book about the “Woman, Life, Freedom” movement, inspired…
This Poet Flirts With Sentimentality, but Averts It With Wit

This Poet Flirts With Sentimentality, but Averts It With Wit

In “The Sorrow Apartments,” Andrea Cohen’s signature maneuver is a kind of twist that shifts a poem away from the…
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