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What to watch on Thursday: ‘Bump’ premieres on the CW
Thursday, Aug. 11, 2022 I "Alone: Frozen" premieres on the History Channel.
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‘Mack & Rita,’ a comedy about aging women, grows old fast
A 30-year-old (Elizabeth Lail) is transformed into her 70-year-old self (Diane Keaton) in this predictable fantasy.
Slavery’s horror, powerfully stylized by a Harlem Renaissance artist
Aaron Douglas’s “Into Bondage” brought the primal imagery of slavery to a 1936 exhibit in Texas.
‘Fall’: Sweaty palms and a bad screenplay at 2,000 feet
Thriller about two young women stranded atop a TV tower is effectively gut-wrenching, but dumb.
Aubrey Plaza is stellar in so-so crime thriller ‘Emily the Criminal’
Noirish drama about credit card fraud is anchored by a fierce performance by the former ‘Parks and Rec’ actress.
The Glory Fires revisit a Southern past to inspire the present
The Birmingham-based trio is performing punk rock anthems from a new album on resistance at Comet Ping Pong on Aug. 12.
Clarisa Kimskii shook up her whole life; now she goes with the flow
The DJ-producer is playing the first anniversary party for Noxeema Jackson, a D.C. event series that celebrates queer and trans people of color.
With ‘Abbott Elementary,’ Sheryl Lee Ralph is finally getting her flowers
With an Emmy nomination for "Abbott Elementary," Sheryl Lee Ralph is receiving overdue recognition for a storied career.
What to watch on Wednesday: ‘I Am Groot’ airs on Disney Plus
Wednesday, Aug. 10, 2022 I ‘Instant Dream Home' premieres on Netflix
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Lamont Dozier, who helped define the Motown sound, dies at 81
He was part of a songwriting trio that churned out hit after hit in the 1960s, including “Heat Wave” and “Baby Love.”
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‘Bodies Bodies Bodies’: A slasher with some surprisingly sharp satire
A group of rich 20-somethings gather to play a party game that turns deadly (and pretty funny at times).
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Julian Barnes is back. But where’s the magic?
In "Elizabeth Finch," obsession is a dull affliction.
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Michael Mann’s ‘Heat’ gets a sequel — in novel form
That “Heat” is plotted as tightly as a Swiss watch makes the shapelessness of this follow-up all the harder to forgive.
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Issey Miyake, designer known as the prince of pleats, dies at 84
Famous for his pleated designs and for dressing Steve Jobs, Miyake died of liver cancer at 84.
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United States returns looted Bronze Age treasures to Cambodia
The looted Cambodian artifacts were sold by antiquities dealer Douglas Latchford and other illegal networks to U.S. museums.
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Issey Miyake, Japanese fashion designer known as the prince of pleats, dies
Famous for his pleated designs and for dressing Steve Jobs, Miyake died of liver cancer at 84.
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