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    Galway Kinnell, Pulitzer Prize-winning poet, dies at 87

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    TV listings: Weekend of November 1-2

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    Halloween Weekend Reading: 10 Dark & Spooky Graphic Novel Picks for hiding between their covers

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    Elizabeth Sprague Coolidge celebrated with performance

    Elizabeth Sprague Coolidge celebrated with performance

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    Cellphones in a classical music concert?

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    Arts groups hire in-house journalists to reach audiences

    Arts groups hire in-house journalists to reach audiences

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    Performers making bare-bones backstage more welcoming

    Performers making bare-bones backstage more welcoming

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    Pierre-Laurent Aimard on taking time off for Bach

    Pierre-Laurent Aimard on taking time off for Bach

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    A legend in stone, carved courageously

    A legend in stone, carved courageously

    Isamu Noguchi’s bust of Ginger Rogers is on display with a letter he wrote from an internment camp.

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    Elsa Schiaparelli, after a fashion

    Elsa Schiaparelli, after a fashion

    Fact-laden biography gives little insight into the woman and even less into her designs.

    South African opera star plans a recital in D.C.

    South African opera star plans a recital in D.C.

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    70 years blooming: Martha Graham’s ‘Appalachian Spring’

    70 years blooming: Martha Graham’s ‘Appalachian Spring’

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    In the galleries: Collages that zig and zag at Adah Rose

    In the galleries: Collages that zig and zag at Adah Rose

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    Ten famously delayed rap albums

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    Trailer: 'Before I Go To Sleep'

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    Turning cauliflower into ‘rice’

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