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The month’s best music — Liturgy, Kendrick Lamar, Courtney Barnett and more

A ranked selection of notable new recordings we heard in March.

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    Young French clarinetist in fine form in D.C. debut

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    The month’s best music — Liturgy, Kendrick Lamar, Courtney Barnett and more

    The month’s best music — Liturgy, Kendrick Lamar, Courtney Barnett and more

    A ranked selection of notable new recordings we heard in March.

    How Yahoo News ruins journalism

    How Yahoo News ruins journalism

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    After roast, Justin Bieber wants us to think he’s all grown-up. Is it possible?

    After roast, Justin Bieber wants us to think he’s all grown-up. Is it possible?

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    Marilynne Robinson confident about a fourth Gilead novel

    Marilynne Robinson confident about a fourth Gilead novel

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    Why Comedy Central thought Trevor Noah was perfect for ‘The Daily Show’

    Why Comedy Central thought Trevor Noah was perfect for ‘The Daily Show’

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    Obama promised an era of openness, but journalists say it’s the opposite

    Obama promised an era of openness, but journalists say it’s the opposite

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    Deadline editor apologizes for article asking if increased diversity in TV was ‘too much of a good thing’

    Deadline editor apologizes for article asking if increased diversity in TV was ‘too much of a good thing’

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