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The tale of a con man, where all is not what it seems, is an acting showcase.

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Noah Baumbach brings his brand of talky intellectualism and humor to a tale of love on the rocks.

Christone ‘Kingfish’ Ingram is trying to preserve the genre that’s defined his life.


See Schoolboy Q, Chastity Belt, Chaka Khan and Kim Petras live.

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In the cathartic “Honey Boy,” the former child actor plays his own abusive father.

The Boston-based trio is bringing its performances that bridge contemporary scores with silent films to the AFI Silver Theatre’s Silent Cinema Showcase.

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Known for making up stories — and sometimes breaking them — the infamous tabloid gets its own exposé.

A full-on restaurant lunch can be a rare luxury, so make it count.

  • Travis Mitchell
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Adam Driver stars as the Senate staffer who wrote the bombshell 2014 “torture report.”

The Arlington resident has a website and podcast that shines a light on local musicians.

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‘The Warrior Queen of Jhansi’ is set in 1858. It feels like it was made in 1958 — or earlier.

  • Mark Jenkins
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This week brings the films of an Oscar-winning director at the French Embassy and a chance to say goodbye to Bei Bei.

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FIRST BITE | The meat-free menu looks simple; the flavors are anything but.

Here’s what parents need to know.

Art, not politics, is the focus of shows at the Middle East Institute and Museum of the Palestinian People.

The set design and costuming for the play about the late sculptor are meant to evoke the feeling of the artist without replicating her sculptures or clothes.

  • Celia Wren
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’Tis the season when movies as entertainment are counterbalanced by Films of Substance.

See the works of Marcel Duchamp, explore a true-crime festival and get an early start on holiday shopping.

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“Doctor Sleep” won’t make you drowsy, but it won’t keep anyone up at night either.

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Emilia Clarke and Henry Golding star in a likable yet slushy yuletide tale.

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