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David Letterman at reception in NBC's Studio 6A January 19, 1982 at the announcement of new NBC comedy show "Late Night With David Letterman". (AP Photo/Perez)
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The “Bodak Yellow” superstar went on late and played a short set, but her most devoted fans were just happy to be there with her.

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Weekend of Oct. 21-22, 2017 | “Too Funny to Fail” comes to Hulu.

Growing list of women allege sexual harassment, assault against Harvey Weinstein

Gwyneth Paltrow, Angelina Jolie, Lupita Nyong'o, Cara Delevingne and many others are joining the list of women accusing famed movie producer Harvey Weinstein of sexual harassment. Other accounts in a New Yorker story allege that Weinstein also sexually assaulted women throughout his career.

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Letter penned a day before Titanic sank sold at UK auction

A letter written by one of the Titanic’s passengers a day before the ship sank has sold for 126,000 pounds ($166,000) at an auction in England.

Chinese propaganda faces stiff competition from celebrities

When the propaganda film, “The Founding of an Army,” hit theaters in China recently, the reaction wasn’t quite what the ruling Communist Party might have hoped for.

UK paper sorry for airbrushing out Solange Knowles’s braids

Britain’s Evening Standard newspaper has apologized to Solange Knowles for digitally altering an image of the singer on the cover of its magazine.

Called the “Tomb of the Unknown Pharmacist,” the building was originally designed for Lincoln’s birthplace.

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Colin Farrell and the director follow their cult hit “The Lobster” with the equally baffling “The Killing of a Sacred Deer.”

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‘The Rooster Bar’ is an all-too-real look at the problem of law school elitism.

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Adah Rose Gallery showcases Susan Stacks’s visually dynamic sketches.

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Last chance for ‘Salesman,’ ‘Skeleton Crew,’ ‘Native Gardens,’ ‘Love & Information’

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Ensemble Signal played Steve Reich’s recent work at the Library of Congress.

Friday, Oct. 20, 2017 | Plus, new seasons of “Tracey Ullman’s Show” and “Haters Back Off!”

In Week 1250, write a poem including 3 words first used in the year of your choice

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DC and Marvel will have a major theatrical release and a debut streaming event on Netflix on the same day.

There is something fun about roaming around an all-encompassing box of stories.

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“Thank You for Your Service” chronicles the Iraq vet’s descent into despair, and his path to healing.

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“Sticky Fingers” looks at the storied magazine and its sometimes troubled co-founder.

Michael Dirda picks six scary tales of the season

Chelsea Handler announced on Oct. 18 plans to end her Netflix talk show “Chelsea” to focus on activism.

It’s been 17 years since “The Amber Spyglass” — was it worth the wait?

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‘My daemon is a raven,’ Pullman says. ‘She’s fundamentally kind underneath.’

Hannah Jewell explains the murky origins of the word "phubbing." Have you been "phubbed"?

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