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‘Just Let Those Kids Dance’: Finding a Way for the Show to Go On
For dance students, the annual recital is the biggest event of the year. Whether in parks or in parking lots, some studios are determined to make it happen in a pandemic year. 2020-07-15 09:00:34Julia Jacobs

Country Music Struggles to Meet the Moment. Again.
The larger music industry has vowed to examine racism and bias. In Nashville, only the genre’s outsiders are dipping their toes in essential conversations. 2020-07-15 18:21:40Jon Caramanica

A Plague on Your Houses: Reading Covid-19 Into Disease Onstage
Efforts like ‘The Oedipus Project’ are worthy, but in an attempt to draw contemporary parallels, they can misread drama and mislead about the present. 2020-07-15 14:00:08Maya Phillips

Wagner in the Parking Lot as Opera Returns to Germany
Three productions under unusual constraints show how the art form is gradually re-emerging in the pandemic. 2020-07-15 16:29:57A.J. Goldmann

How ‘I May Destroy You’ Got Its Stunning Soundtrack
The show’s 27-year-old music supervisor, Ciara Elwis, talks about matching Michaela Coel’s singular vision with songs by Nicki Minaj, Daft Punk and more. 2020-07-15 17:34:35Reggie Ugwu

You May Not Know These 15 Songs. But You’ve Heard Them.
Artists like Edwin Birdsong and Ballin’ Jack aren’t household names, but their music is instantly recognizable as the samples behind hit pop songs. 2020-07-15 15:22:03David Renard

Andrew Cuomo Ascends to the Mountaintop With His Covid-19 Poster
The retro political artwork on “New York Tough” is peak Cuomo, summing up the state’s battle against the coronavirus. But is it art? 2020-07-14 21:32:29Jason Farago

Seeing Native Americans Nowhere, and Everywhere
As Washington’s professional football team retires a team name, a curator at the National Museum of the American Indian talks about our attachment to Native American imagery. 2020-07-14 22:30:33Jennifer Schuessler

‘Dancing With the Stars’ Names New Host: Tyra Banks
The former supermodel and businesswoman will fill the role Tom Bergeron occupied for the last 15 years. 2020-07-15 16:26:50Sarah Bahr

Country Music Struggles to Meet the Moment. Again.
The larger music industry has vowed to examine racism and bias. In Nashville, only the genre’s outsiders are dipping their toes in essential conversations. 2020-07-15 18:21:40Jon Caramanica

Theater Streams See Stars Pop Up in Unexpected Places
Most of them are available on short notice, after all. Live readings with some of the New Group’s original casts and an Ian Dury jukebox musical are among this week’s highlights. 2020-07-15 18:03:34Elisabeth Vincentelli

Playwrights Horizons Details First Season Under New Leadership
Though no dates are set, Adam Greenfield plans to present four plays, all directed by women, at the Off Broadway theater. 2020-07-15 17:54:16Sarah Bahr

How ‘I May Destroy You’ Got Its Stunning Soundtrack
The show’s 27-year-old music supervisor, Ciara Elwis, talks about matching Michaela Coel’s singular vision with songs by Nicki Minaj, Daft Punk and more. 2020-07-15 17:34:35Reggie Ugwu

Wagner in the Parking Lot as Opera Returns to Germany
Three productions under unusual constraints show how the art form is gradually re-emerging in the pandemic. 2020-07-15 16:29:57A.J. Goldmann

Metropolitan Museum of Art to Reopen Five Days a Week in August
Three new exhibitions will be on display when the museum’s Fifth Avenue location begins welcoming visitors again on Aug. 29. 2020-07-15 16:13:09Peter Libbey

How Artists Are Trying to Solve the World’s Problems
A cohort of 30 artists have received funding to find creative solutions to 21st-century problems like surveillance, digital inequality and inherited trauma. 2020-07-15 16:00:10Zachary Small

Smithsonian Chief Says He Will Look Into Staff Complaint of Racism
Lonnie G. Bunch III, the Smithsonian’s secretary, responded to a letter of “outrage” from former staff members at the National Museum of African Art. 2020-07-15 15:55:39Robin Pogrebin

You May Not Know These 15 Songs. But You’ve Heard Them.
Artists like Edwin Birdsong and Ballin’ Jack aren’t household names, but their music is instantly recognizable as the samples behind hit pop songs. 2020-07-15 15:22:03David Renard

How Do You Translate a Comic Book Into Audio? Ask Neil Gaiman
In a new audio production, James McAvoy, Michael Sheen and a full cast give voice to “The Sandman.” 2020-07-15 15:00:03Maya Phillips

Five Art Accounts to Follow on Instagram Now
Our critic looks at street photography that gives you a taste of global life during the lockdown, from Iran, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Hong Kong, South Korea and Ethiopia. 2020-07-15 14:00:07Will Heinrich

In Publishing, ‘Everything Is Up for Change’
A wave of deaths and retirements prompted publishers to name new leaders. Now the industry is in a rare moment of transformation that promises to influence the books put out into the world. 2020-07-15 15:18:20Alexandra Alter and Elizabeth A. Harris

The Herculean Effort to Build an American Army
Paul Dickson’s “The Rise of the G.I. Army, 1940-1941” tells the remarkable story of how the United States created an effective military from scratch. 2020-07-15 09:00:06Risa Brooks

Republicans Won’t Do Much Convening in Florida, Colbert Thinks
“The only way it would be more infectious is if the dinner was an all-you-can-bob lasagna buffet,” Stephen Colbert said of the party’s upcoming convention in Jacksonville. 2020-07-15 07:17:35Trish Bendix

ViacomCBS Fires Nick Cannon, Citing Anti-Semitic Podcast Remarks
The network said that Mr. Cannon had promoted “hateful speech” during a recent episode of “Cannon’s Class,” his YouTube podcast. 2020-07-15 17:34:08Neil Vigdor

What’s on TV Wednesday: ‘First Cow’ and ‘The Line’
The latest film from Kelly Reichardt is available online. And the Public Theater is streaming a virtual play about the pandemic. 2020-07-15 05:00:05Gabe Cohn

Obies Honor ‘A Strange Loop’ and ‘Heroes of the Fourth Turning’
The annual awards show for Off and Off Off Broadway theater was prerecorded and streamed after the coronavirus led to cancellation of a live ceremony. 2020-07-15 02:00:08Michael Paulson

Naya Rivera’s Death Ruled Accidental Drowning
No traumatic injuries or disease were found, the medical examiner said. 2020-07-14 23:05:40Aimee Ortiz and Johnny Diaz

Telluride Film Festival Cancels 2020 Edition Due to the Pandemic
Organizers cited the “the national chaos” around the coronavirus surge. The event is considered a crucial date on the awards-season calendar. 2020-07-14 20:20:34Nicole Sperling

For a New Series, Black Artists in Dance Tell Their Stories
This week’s standout livestreams in dance: revisiting “Relations” and early Trisha Brown, and working out with Viva Soudan. 2020-07-14 19:59:01Siobhan Burke

'Dancing With the Stars' Host Tom Bergeron Is Out After 15 Years
The longtime host and his co-host, Erin Andrews, were let go by ABC, which said it had plans to take the show in a new direction. 2020-07-15 13:46:04Sarah Bahr

‘Dateline-Saigon’ Review: Challenging the Official Story
This documentary focuses on five reporters who covered the early years of the Vietnam War. 2020-07-14 18:10:33Ben Kenigsberg

Billboard Tweaks, but Doesn’t Repeal, a Chart Rule Over Album ‘Bundles’
The main arbiter of commercial popularity in music has struggled to adapt its methods to reflect the way listeners behave today without alienating major artists and labels. 2020-07-14 19:16:06Joe Coscarelli

Frieze’s London Fairs Are Art World’s Latest Cancellations
The premiere fairs are off, and a gallery-based Frieze Week looks doubtful because of the continued challenges of the pandemic. 2020-07-15 17:06:06Scott Reyburn

The Fight Over the Future of the Democratic Party
Thomas Frank’s “The People, No” and Gene Sperling’s “Economic Dignity” offer differing prescriptions for America’s liberals. 2020-07-14 15:00:04James Traub

Andy Samberg Makes Each Day Count With Thundercat and ‘Not Too Much’ Bourbon
The star of “Palm Springs,” on Hulu and at drive-in theaters, also puts A Tribe Called Quest and “Queer Eye” on his list of essentials. 2020-07-14 14:00:06Kathryn Shattuck

‘F11 and Be There’ Review: Burk Uzzle, a Photographer Worth Knowing
This documentary explores the life of Uzzle, who doesn’t have the name recognition of others in his field, but whose work you’ve probably seen and remember. 2020-07-14 19:38:07Glenn Kenny

Famous Paintings Go on Show, Without a Canvas in Sight
The French company behind flashy digital shows of Klimt, Klee, van Gogh and others is bringing fine art to a mass audience. And it’s turning a profit. 2020-07-14 10:44:35Valeriya Safronova

This Year Will End Eventually. Document It While You Can.
Museums are working overtime to collect artifacts and ephemera from the pandemic and the racial justice movement, and they need your help. 2020-07-14 21:04:57Lesley M. M. Blume

His Mother Was Neglectful, Drunk and Absolutely Riveting to Him
Kirkland Hamill’s memoir, “Filthy Beasts,” proves that the apple can indeed fall far from the tree. 2020-07-14 09:00:11Jason Sheeler

Young, in Love and Trying to Bring Down the Third Reich
“The Bohemians,” by the German historian Norman Ohler, recounts the lives of Harro and Libertas Schulze-Boysen, an idealistic young couple, who helped lead the anti-Nazi resistance. 2020-07-14 09:00:09Ariana Neumann

Meet the Man Who Spun the Media, Scammed Followers and Named Himself King
Miles Harvey’s “The King of Confidence” recounts the fascinating history of the 19th-century grifter who ruled over a breakaway religious colony. 2020-07-14 09:00:06Chris Jennings

When Miami Was Awash in Drugs, Crime and Social Unrest
“The Year of Dangerous Days,” by Nicholas Griffin, delves into the refugee crisis, race riots and drug trade that dominated the city in 1980. 2020-07-14 09:00:06Gilbert King

Grant Imahara, ‘MythBusters’ Co-Host, Dies at 49
Mr. Imahara also worked behind the scenes on the “Matrix” sequels, among other films, and operated the robot R2-D2 in the “Star Wars” prequels. 2020-07-14 22:16:20Mike Ives

Jimmy Fallon Predicts Trump Will Say He Was the First to Wear a Mask
After the president finally wore a face mask in public, the “Tonight Show” host called it “a really smart move — if today were March 13th.” 2020-07-14 06:34:34Trish Bendix

What’s on TV Tuesday: ‘Dirty John’ and ‘The Business of Drugs’
The second season of “Dirty John,” which follows Dan and Betty Broderick’s unraveling marriage, comes to a close. And a new series on Netflix delves into the international drug trade. 2020-07-15 16:52:42Lauren Messman

Judy Dyble, Singer in Fairport Convention and Beyond, Dies at 71
Her crystalline soprano drew on folk tradition, but she also embraced psychedelia and progressive rock. 2020-07-14 13:34:04Jon Pareles

Violin Vigils Honor the Memory of Elijah McClain
Mr. McClain, who played the violin, died while being detained by the police in Colorado last summer. 2020-07-14 15:08:59Giulia Heyward

‘Brave New World’ Arrives in the Future It Predicted
On Wednesday, Peacock premieres an adaptation of Aldous Huxley’s 1932 science fiction novel. The world the book anticipated — designer drugs, casual sex, near-instant gratification — is already here. 2020-07-13 16:48:05Alexis Soloski

How I Came Out About My Disability
Three writers share how they revealed their disability, to a family member, to a love interest on a dating app and to oneself. 2020-07-13 23:50:52

David Lee Roth Is Letting His Art (Mostly) Do the Talking
Since the Covid-19 pandemic forced him off the road, the singer has been making comics at his Los Angeles home, and calling it performance therapy. 2020-07-13 14:44:49Richard Bienstock

Pop Smoke and ‘Hamilton’ Shake Up the Billboard Chart
The posthumous debut album by the Brooklyn rapper landed at No. 1, becoming one of the biggest releases of a slow summer in music. 2020-07-13 14:11:19Joe Coscarelli

Behold Vermont, From Above
These aerial images, stunning in their abstraction, evoke a powerful sense of transcendence and tranquillity. 2020-07-13 17:15:19Caleb Kenna

How to Shoot a Sex Scene in a Pandemic: Cue the Mannequins
TV shows like “The Bold and the Beautiful,” “Riverdale” and “The L Word: Generation Q” are trying to figure out how to responsibly film physical intimacy in the time of coronavirus. 2020-07-13 09:00:12Henry Goldblatt

In ‘Pew,’ a Mysterious Stranger Tests a Small Town’s Tolerance
The genderless, racially ambiguous and seemingly mute narrator of Catherine Lacey’s third novel makes the people of a Southern town nervous. 2020-07-15 17:42:24Dwight Garner

Kelly Preston, Actress and Wife of John Travolta, Dies at 57
Ms. Preston, who was married to John Travolta, was known for her role in “Jerry Maguire” as the hardhearted fiancée of the Tom Cruise character. 2020-07-14 17:47:01Austin Ramzy

What’s on TV Monday: ‘CMA Best of the Fest’ and ‘Foodie Love’
The musical festival retrospective special airs on ABC. And an Isabel Coixet series arrives on HBO platforms. 2020-07-13 05:00:06Peter Libbey

Lil Marlo, a Rising Atlanta Rapper, Is Shot and Killed at 30
A local favorite who came up alongside Lil Baby and Migos, Marlo was found dead after a highway shooting on Saturday night. 2020-07-12 19:54:54Joe Coscarelli

Bonnie Lucas, Still Playing With Dolls
The artist finds pleasure and healing in cutting up toys and feminine things, and reassembling the pieces. 2020-07-13 15:25:14Will Heinrich

Eastward, Ho! Even Art Is Leaving for the Hamptons
With vacation homes becoming full-time residences because of the coronavirus pandemic, New York galleries are opening outposts to be near collectors. 2020-07-14 11:24:49Ted Loos

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