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The reader clings to the high road as her boyfriend’s married ex spends more time with him than she does.
He’s desperately unhappy in his job, but the real problem seems to be his lack of coping skills — and hers.
A reader wonders if he should propose marriage to his sweetheart after her odd criticism of his career.
Cellist Zuill Bailey’s stories become a big part of his performance.
Program includes Dennehy song cycle based on the poetry of William Butler Yeats.
The penultimate edition of Carnegie Hall’s weeklong series left a warm impression, though a wistful one.
CRITIC’S NOTEBOOK: This year’s films were concerned with transition. But formally, many seemed stalled.
Ann Hornaday reviews ‘Frances Ha,’ a beguiling coming-of-age comedy.
‘What Maisie Knew’ contemporizes the Henry James tale with bravura performances and spot-on taste.
REVIEW | Set in a fantasized Spain and Paris in the 1920s, it’s restrained, but full, enthusiastic and great fun.
The innovative company redefined the feminized ballet world with its modernism and masculine dancers.
Troupe brings its smart, kooky humor and compassion to the Kennedy Center Terrace Theater.
What’s a little spilled Champagne (and a ruined laptop) between friends? About $850, for starters.
Divorced daughter is hounded by family to meet someone, despite being happily single.
Her teen sister has been to the tanning salon at least 40 times this year, and her mother doesn’t care.
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TV REVIEWS | Fox’s reality show forces employees to decide who gets the pink slip. Also reviewed: AMC’s sweet “Showville.”
In a brisk ‘American Masters’ doc, the comedy genius explains himself.
Here’s to those who kept believing in — and working at — “The Office” after everyone else clocked out.
TV COLUMN | Under Nielsen’s rules, CBS and NBC can claim the top claim the top spot in prime time.
Network had a lead of 4 million viewers over its closest competitor — the largest such margin in 24 years.
The 2013 host wasn’t popular with critics, but drove up ratings for the broadcast.
Next month’s decision on the ambitious project could change the direction of the art museum.
Swiss duo reinvigorates old artistic ideas in a show that is delightful, engaging and often moving.
The magnificent centerpiece to “Sculpture on the Wall” breaks through the Barnes’s fustiness.
In Eastern Market, man’s treasure was put on the street, about to become a picker free-for-all.
Gene defends orthographic freedom
Gene takes on the matrimonial-industrial complex
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