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London animation studio adapts to finish Disney film
A London animation studio is following the British motto of “keep calm and carry on” during the coronavirus pandemic to complete its first feature film in time for Disney’s planned release early next year
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With new name and album, The Chicks’ voices ring loud again
Breaking their ties with Dixie, The Chicks step into a new chapter with first new music in 14 years
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Man gets prison for failed theft of Magna Carta in England
A U.K. judge has sentenced a man to four years for attempting to steal one of the original copies of the Magna Carta from Salisbury Cathedral in England
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Local journalism has collapsed. Can anything save it?
The Post’s Margaret Sullivan on the harm when local news is lost, and the efforts to revive it.
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The prescient politics and policies of Jerry Brown
Jim Newton’s biography argues that the California governor was on the cutting edge.
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How Putin pushed aside the oligarchs and made Russia his own
An alliance between security services and the mob aided his rise, Catherine Belton writes.
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Explaining the GOP’s mix of plutocrats and populists
Devotion to its donors pushed the party to the right, Jacob S. Hacker and Paul Pierson argue.
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An undiscovered library: My wife’s books
Our literary tastes are very different. Then quarantine left me looking for something to read.
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Let’s make it rain for Starz’s ‘P-Valley,’ an evocative and entertaining series about a Southern strip club
Creator Katori Harris takes us to “P-Valley,” where pole dancers define their own dignity.
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Entertainers promised to see us through the quarantine. Even they are running out of steam.
Online cocktail hours and basement concerts sounded like a great idea until streaming fatigue set in.
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What to watch on Friday: ‘The Claudia Kishi Club’ on Netflix
Friday July 10, 2020 | “Palm Springs” on Hulu.
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Kennedy Center to commission anti-racism works, expand programs for black artists and audiences
New initiatives will be led by National Symphony Orchestra and Washington National Opera.
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In Lynn Steger Strong’s ‘Want,’ a woman collapses under the obligations of modern life
‘Want’ grapples with a litany of contemporary social issues.
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Museums and gardens are reopening across the region. Here’s what you can visit now.
While some cultural institutions remain closed because of covid-19, museums, sculpture gardens and historic sites are cautiously beginning to open their doors to socially distanced visitors.
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Gary Larson of ‘The Far Side’ publishes his first new cartoons in 25 years
"The Far Side" creator says drawing with a digital tablet reinvigorated his desire to create art.
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Charlie Kaufman’s debut novel, ‘Antkind,’ is just as loopy and clever as his movies
The 720-page book by the director of “Being John Malkovich” may be long but it’s never dull.
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Rolling Stones to release unheard tracks from 1973 album
The Rolling Stones are releasing a new version of their 1973 album “Goats Head Soup” with three unheard tracks
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Meghan tries to prevent ‘friends’ being named in suit
The Duchess of Sussex has asked a British court to prevent a newspaper from publishing the names of five friends who defended her while speaking to an American magazine under the shield of anonymity
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CBS picks up Champions League rights after Turner opts out
American broadcaster CBS will get an early start on its Champions League deal by showing games next month when the pandemic-delayed competition resumes
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Style Invitational Week 1392: Picture This — a cartoon caption contest
Make ‘sense’ of these 4 Bob Staake pictures. Plus some amazing anagrams.
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Classic black sitcoms like ‘Fresh Prince of Bel-Air’ and ‘Living Single’ are finally streaming. Why did it take so long?
Shows such as “Martin” and “Moesha” are hardly the only classic black sitcoms languishing on the proverbial shelf, gathering dust instead of collecting checks from Hulu, Netflix, HBO Max and others.
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Q&A with basketball legend Kareem Abdul-Jabbar: ‘I’m glad we’ve gotten to this point where people can admit to the truth’
The Post’s national arts reporter is hosting “Stuck With Geoff,” with whoever will take his calls.
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Unpacking the controversy around ‘365 Days,’ the erotic thriller with scathing reviews and a huge following
Critics of "365 Days," a film available to stream on Netflix, have said it glamorizes rape and sex trafficking.
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Depp under pressure in cross-examination at Sun libel case
Johnny Depp is back in the witness box for a third day at the trial of his libel suit against a tabloid newspaper that called him a “wife-beater.”
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Sheriff: Actress Naya Rivera missing in SoCal lake
Authorities say former “Glee” star Naya Rivera is missing and being searched for at a Southern California lake
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What to watch on Thursday: ‘Close Enough’ on HBO Max
Thursday July 9, 2020 | “Expecting Amy” on HBO Max.
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These works by Richard Nelson and Lorraine Hansberry are some of the best plays online now
“And So We Come Forth” and “Les Blancs” are powerful in very different ways.
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Kanye West breaks with Trump, claims 2020 run is not a stunt
Kanye West says he is no longer a Trump supporter
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Oprah, Lionsgate to help adapt The 1619 Project for film, TV
Oprah Winfrey and Lionsgate are partnering with Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Nikole Hannah-Jones to adapt The New York Times’ 1619 Project for film and television
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