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Glenstone’s new Pavilions building opens to the public Oct. 4.

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With jokes and facts in “The Indignities of Being a Woman,” Merrill Markoe and Megan Koester chart the gender gap through time.

Saturday, Sept. 22, and Sunday, Sept. 23, 2018 | “Truly, Madly, Sweetly” premieres.

Trailer: The final episodes

The final episodes of "Should I freeze my eggs?" are here. We'll learn how much egg freezing really costs, how fibroids affect success rates, and find out if Nicole will go through with it.

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Art’s iconic ‘Blue Boy’ gets major 250th birthday makeover

“Blue Boy” is getting a long-awaited makeover, and the public will get to watch as one of the world’s most iconic paintings gets a little nip here, a tuck there and some splashes of fresh paint

Surgery called success for Allman Brothers’ Dickey Betts

Allman Brothers Band guitarist Dickey Betts has had successful surgery after slipping and hitting his head while playing with his dog in Florida

It’s tapped: Beer flows as Oktoberfest opens in Munich

The first keg has been tapped and the beer is flowing as the 185th Oktoberfest gets underway in Munich

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Glenstone’s new Pavilions building opens to the public Oct. 4.

The musical has won scads of awards and is hailed as a landmark. Who are the few poor souls who don’t actually love this thing?

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‘Always Look on the Bright Side of Life’ covers the rise of the famed comedy troupe and Idle’s unexpected stardom.

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Winners of the Trawick Prize competition spin gold out of some very unlikely materials.

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Google's stop-motion animation arrives like a welcome online balm to celebrate the 51st anniversary of Fred Rogers's show.

The “balance between connecting with fans and maintaining personal boundaries is my lodestar,” said the cartoonist who goes by Olivia Jaimes.

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The ballet trailblazer knew how the game was played — and he electrified a starry room.

Friday, Sept. 21, 2018 | “Art in the Twenty-First Century” returns to PBS.

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‘Anni Albers’ highlights the remarkable work of a woman who was overshadowed by her husband.

Plus the winning neologisms “discovered” in a word search grid.

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Emma Stone and Jonah Hill star as test subjects in a drug trial that attempts to cure mental illness.

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Like a tourist trap, it provides a predictable, consistent experience that’s enlivened by its eye-catching environments.

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Monica Hesse’s YA novel “The War Outside” follows two imprisoned teens who strike up an unlikely friendship.

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“Throwback Thursday” is a quirky new series from Post filmmaker Lindsey Sitz, about the truth that lives beneath our childhood memories. In the first episode, meet Anna. Expect unicycles, a crush on the boy next door and a diary that reveals only part of her story.

LeBron James and his production company announced Sept. 19 that “Space Jam 2″ is tentatively slated to begin filming in 2019 during the NBA offseason.

Despite a recent sexual assault allegation, some GOP members continue to stand by Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh. Here’s how late-night TV hosts reacted.

Ruth Asawa, interned during World War II, is finally being recognized for her sculptures.

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