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Review: In ‘The Hours,’ Prima Donnas and Emotions Soar

Review: In ‘The Hours,’ Prima Donnas and Emotions Soar

“The Hours” — a new opera based on the 1998 novel and the 2002 film it inspired — features a…
The Soaring Legacy of Pablo Milanés

The Soaring Legacy of Pablo Milanés

Pablo Milanés, who died in Madrid this week at 79, left behind a body of work that was deeply personal…
Black Can Be Even More Beautiful

Black Can Be Even More Beautiful

To say “Black is beautiful” now, in certain areas of the country, is to state the obvious. In other places…
‘The Swimmers’ Review: Overcoming the Greatest Challenges

‘The Swimmers’ Review: Overcoming the Greatest Challenges

In most movies, an emotional triumph at the Olympics would be the principal goal for a protagonist. In “The Swimmers,”…
‘The Sound of Christmas’ Review: A Gospel Singer Finds Love

‘The Sound of Christmas’ Review: A Gospel Singer Finds Love

Here’s a name you may not have heard in a while: Ne-Yo. The R&B singer known for early aughts hits…
The Dinosaur Bone Market Is Booming. It Also Has Growing Pains.

The Dinosaur Bone Market Is Booming. It Also Has Growing Pains.

HULETT, Wyo. — Crouching over a snow-dusted quarry that moonlights as a fossil hunting ground, Peter Larson pointed to a…
Jenna Ortega Knows What Wednesday Addams Wants

Jenna Ortega Knows What Wednesday Addams Wants

Jenna Ortega has been locked in a basement with a corpse in “X.” She has shot a serial killer to…
5 Classical Music Albums You Can Listen to Right Now

5 Classical Music Albums You Can Listen to Right Now

Schumann: The Symphonies Staatskapelle Berlin; Daniel Barenboim, conductor (Deutsche Grammophon) These recordings of Schumann’s four symphonies ...
In ‘Topdog/Underdog,’ They Perfect the Art of Deception

In ‘Topdog/Underdog,’ They Perfect the Art of Deception

“I know we brothers,” Lincoln tells his younger sibling, Booth, in Suzan-Lori Parks’s “Topdog/Underdog.” With a slight hesitation, he then…
They Were Ahead of the Curve on Diversity in Classical Music

They Were Ahead of the Curve on Diversity in Classical Music

It was the late 1990s, and Afa Sadykhly Dworkin saw a woman crying backstage at a concert hall in Michigan.…
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