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Here are the finalists for the 2020 National Book Critics Circle Awards
Finalists for the prizes, whose winners will be announced March 25, include books by Martin Amis, James Shapiro, Raven Leilani and Karla Cornejo Villavicencio.
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How the Flaming Lips pulled off COVID-distancing space bubble shows
The Flaming Lips perform in Oklahoma City with band and audience members isolated in their own "space bubbles." How they did it.
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The Sundance Film Festival had to be totally reimagined. Tabitha Jackson met the challenge
Sundance's Tabitha Jackson won the festival director gig, then the pandemic hit. How she's leading the film festival's 2021 edition into the future at a pivotal time in history.
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Photos | Larry King, legendary talk show host
Larry King, one of the most famous talk show hosts and opinion shapers in the world, died Saturday in Los Angeles after being hospitalized with COVID-19.
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Larry King tributes and memories: 'A masterful interviewer and storyteller'
Bill Clinton, Dan Rather, Oprah Winfrey, Magic Johnson and others remember Larry King as a legendary interviewer and friend.
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Calendar Feedback: Domestic terrorism's parallels with domestic violence
Calendar Feedback for Jan. 24: Domestic terrorism's parallels with domestic violence; finding comfort through art
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For these Mexican filmmakers, all art is political. 'Identifying Features' makes it personal
Fernanda Valadez and Astrid Rondero's "Identifying Features" follows a mother's harrowing quest to discover if her son is a victim of drug violence.
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Commentary: COVID took away Disneyland's annual pass program. How to bring it back better
COVID led Disneyland to cancel its annual pass program. Why locals matter to theme park survival and what Disney should and shouldn't do when it revamps the program.
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Larry King, legendary talk-show host, dies at 87
Larry King, who gained fame with his long-running CNN talk show 'Larry King Live,' died Saturday at Cedars Sinai in Los Angeles. He was 87.
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