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How Khruangbin’s Sound Became the New Mood Music

The Texan trio’s vibes have spawned countless imitators, but their magic isn’t so easy to replicate.

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Trevor Griffiths, Marxist Writer for Stage and Screen, Dies at 88

For him, “art played a particular role in social change,” the director Mehmet Ergen said. “Everything was political.”

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A British Scandal Intrigued J.T. Rogers, Then He Went Down the Rabbit Hole

The playwright thought News International’s phone-hacking scandal could make for a sweeping thriller. Twelve years later, here it is.

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Amnon Weinstein, Who Restored Violins From the Holocaust, Dies at 84

Many had been left behind by victims of the gas chambers. He let the instruments be heard again in melodic…

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For Women’s Basketball, Caitlin Clark’s Lasting Impact May Be Economic

People have flocked to watch the Iowa star on TV and in person at a time when her sport is…

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Permanent Lettuce: A Pageant of Hockey Hair

At Minnesota’s state hockey tournament, outrageously coifed high school stars competed for the best “salad” and “flow.” And then the…

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A Broadway-Bound ‘Sunset Boulevard’ Leads Olivier Award Nominations

The musical, starring Nicole Scherzinger, secured 11 nominations at Britain’s equivalent of the Tony Awards.

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Baseball Video Game Will Include Women for the First Time

MLB The Show 24 will feature a career mode that allows gamers to create a female player and steer her…

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Paper Bag Players Celebrate 65 Years of Making Magic Out of the Ordinary

The children’s theater company will bring its latest production, “It’s a Marvelous Paper Bag World!,” to stages in New York…

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René Pollesch, Provocative Force in German Theater, Dies at 61

His avant-garde work, short on character and plot but long on verbal high jinks, could be irreverent, even goofy, but…

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