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‘Big Eyes’ artist Margaret Keane gets her Hollywood break

Margaret Keane’s inspiring story comes to the big screen, with Amy Adams playing her

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    Just Asking: Opera singer Soloman Howard gets deep

    Just Asking: Opera singer Soloman Howard gets deep

    Football and opera? How the D.C. native deals with misconceptions and working his way to top form

    On final show, Stephen Colbert’s alter-ego roars, “I am immortal!”

    On final show, Stephen Colbert’s alter-ego roars, “I am immortal!”

    Many wrongly predicted that he’d kill off his famous character on his last Comedy Central show.

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    NSO offers seasonal cheer with lean, festive Messiah

    Nicolas McGegan and a solid quartet of soloists offer “Messiah’s” human face at the NSO.

    The New York Times scores big with pro-Cuba editorials

    The New York Times scores big with pro-Cuba editorials

    The New York Times urged a change in U.S.-Cuba relations, and voilà! It happened.

    Theater J artistic director Ari Roth is fired by DCJCC

    Theater J artistic director Ari Roth is fired by DCJCC

    The Jewish theater's longtime head, who clashed with management, said he'll start up a new company next fall.

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    Last ‘Late Late Show’ from fearlessly funny Craig Ferguson

    Last ‘Late Late Show’ from fearlessly funny Craig Ferguson

    CRITIC’S NOTEBOOK | So long to an exuberant talk show that put a premium on giddy, silly talk.

    The sales of century in Purcellville

    The sales of century in Purcellville

    In the heart of a fast-growing community, the store has remained a constant sanctuary.

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    Circus meets song and dance in Tony-winning ‘Pippin’

    Circus meets song and dance in Tony-winning ‘Pippin’

    Revivals whiz Diane Paulus (“Hair”) takes the 1972 Stephen Schwartz-Bob Fosse favorite to the big top.

    Tinashe recaptures magic of genre’s recent past

    Tinashe recaptures magic of genre’s recent past

    The new R&B star performed at Howard Theatre and showed off the best elements of the genre.

    Two Squarespace employees have been re-creating famous works of art for Instagram. Their photos are brilliant.

    FoolsDoArt is your new favorite Instagram account. (Did you see the Degas?!)

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    North Korea's bizarre Sony saga uncovers Hollywood's hidden truth

    North Korea's bizarre Sony saga  uncovers Hollywood's hidden truth

    CRITIC’S NOTEBOOK | Despite Hollywood's protests that movies are "just" movies, “The Interview” shows that they are all political.

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    Side effects include Idris elbow, atomic fireballs and sleep-waltzing.

    Kim Jong Un actor was ‘psyched to play such a great character’

    Kim Jong Un actor was ‘psyched to play such a great character’

    In an interview before they scrapped “The Interview,” Randall Park told the Post about his big break.

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