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5 Children’s Movies to Stream Now

5 Children’s Movies to Stream Now

This month’s picks include a true story of hope and persistence, and Timothée Chalamet’s recent turn as Willy Wonka.
Literary Gold From the Gilded Age, in Poster Form

Literary Gold From the Gilded Age, in Poster Form

For lovers of vintage books and periodicals, “The Art of the Literary Poster” celebrates a vibrant niche in late-19th-century advertising.
Fewer Pesky Words, More Movie Stars Steer a New ‘1984’

Fewer Pesky Words, More Movie Stars Steer a New ‘1984’

A hectic high-profile adaptation for Audible plays fast and loose with George Orwell’s original text.
Woody Allen, Reputation Bruised, Finds Muted Reception to 50th Film

Woody Allen, Reputation Bruised, Finds Muted Reception to 50th Film

“Coup de Chance,” a milestone, is being released in the United States after opening in Europe months ago.
A ‘Taxi Driver’ Remake: Why Arthur Jafa Recast the Scorsese Ending

A ‘Taxi Driver’ Remake: Why Arthur Jafa Recast the Scorsese Ending

The artist has gone back to his filmmaking roots, re-examining what he sees as racial undertones in Martin Scorsese’s classic…
‘Girls State,’ ‘Boys State’ and Democracy Through the Eyes of Teenagers

‘Girls State,’ ‘Boys State’ and Democracy Through the Eyes of Teenagers

Though both documentaries follow programs for rising high school seniors, their differences speak volumes about the challenges the participants face.
As Heartbeat Opera Reaches a Milestone, So Does Its Musical Leader

As Heartbeat Opera Reaches a Milestone, So Does Its Musical Leader

Dan Schlosberg, who for 10 years has adapted opera classics for the company, has written its first world premiere.
Antiquarian Book Fair: From Sylvia Plath’s Papers to Vintage Matchbooks

Antiquarian Book Fair: From Sylvia Plath’s Papers to Vintage Matchbooks

This year’s New York International Antiquarian Book Fair features plenty of quirky items amid the high-ticket treasures. (Poison books, anyone?)
Review: Turning Dancers Into Aliens One Step at a Time

Review: Turning Dancers Into Aliens One Step at a Time

Under the artistic leadership of Emily Molnar, Nederlands Dans Theater returned to New York City Center with a less than…
‘Monkey Man’ Review: Vengeance Is His

‘Monkey Man’ Review: Vengeance Is His

Dev Patel stars as Kid, a human punching bag who comes up with a plan to avenge a past wrong.…
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