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Baby boy for Wilde and Sudeikis

Baby boy for Wilde and Sudeikis
Olivia Wilde and her fiance Jason Sudeikis have welcomed the birth of their first child.

Foster marries partner, publicist confirms

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Foster marries partner, publicist confirms
Actress Jodie Foster has married her girlfriend Alexandra Hedison.

Jodie Foster marries partner

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Jodie Foster marries partner
The Oscar-winning star and director has married girlfriend Alexandra HedisonThe Oscar-winning actor and director Jodie Foster has married her girlfriend, Alexandra Hedison, at an undisclosed location, according to her publicist.Foster, who came out at last year's Golden Globes, has been dating the photographer and actor for two years. She was previously involved with Cydney Bernard, with whom she has two sons, but their 20-year relationship ended in 2008. Continue reading...

Why Looking for Light: Jane Bown is the one film you should watch this week video

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Why Looking for Light: Jane Bown is the one film you should watch this week  video
Jane Bown, a photographer who was worked for the Observer since 1949, has taken remarkable portraits of artists, politicians, musicians and writers over her career. Here, Andrew Pulver explains why Luke Dodd and Michael Whyte's documentary, which explores Bown's troubled childhood, is worth your time this week Jane Bown: interactive Continue reading...

Court rejects review of Jackson doctor conviction

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Court rejects review of Jackson doctor conviction
California’s Supreme Court has refused to review the involuntary manslaughter conviction of Michael Jackson’s doctor, rejecting his lawyer’s petition without comment.


Everyday Sexism and The Vagenda reviews

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Everyday Sexism and The Vagenda reviews
Zoe Williams on two bracing responses to lad culture and sexist mediaNobody would deny that the fourth wave of feminism exists, and nobody I care about would deny ... more

Chetan Bhagat: Bollywood's favourite author

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Chetan Bhagat: Bollywood's favourite author
Salman Rushdie isn't a fan, but that hasn't stopped Chetan Bhagat selling millions of novels. India's biggest author talks success, snobbery and the joy of ... more

Alistair MacLeod, a Novelist in No Hurry, Dies at 77

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Alistair MacLeod, a Novelist in No Hurry, Dies at 77
Mr. MacLeod, a Canadian author, won the International Impac Dublin Literary Award in 2001 for his novel “No Great Mischief.”

Currents: Books: Essentially Japanese

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Currents: Books: Essentially Japanese
“Wa: The Essence of Japanese Design,” written by Kenya Hara, presents classic objects created over the past six centuries.

‘Fallout,’ by Sadie Jones, and More

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‘Fallout,’ by Sadie Jones, and More
Anger, anguish, infidelity and the limits of wealth are among the themes explored in six new novels this month.
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'Jurassic World' First Look: 3 new photos

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By Tim Stack From the secretive set in Hawaii, a peek at Bryce Dallas Howard and more

William Hurt exits 'Midnight Rider'

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By Anthony Breznican Gregg Allman biopic targeted with a boycott after death of crew member in February

Movie Review: Young & Beautiful

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Reviewed by Chris Nashawaty | B

Movie Review: Locke

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Reviewed by Chris Nashawaty | A

Summer movies: Grading 2014's posters

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By Darren Franich ''X-Men'' to ''Sex Tape,'' ''Godzilla'' to ''Hercules'': Darren Franich eyes the art

Purling Hiss Unearths Their Scuzzy, Lovesick Roots on 'Dizzy Polizzy'

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Within Philadelphia exists a rotating cast of songwriters, friends and collaborators, all aboard a rock and roll freak train. These include Kurt Vile and his ... more

Courtney Love Previews 'Wedding Day' Music Video

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Courtney Love surprised us yesterday with a ferocious new ripper of a single dubbed "You Know My Name." The album cover for that May 4 ... more

Steve Backer, Advocate for Jazz Records, Dies at 76

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Steve Backer, Advocate for Jazz Records, Dies at 76
Mr. Backer, who ran jazz programs at major record labels, shaped the careers of musicians like Anthony Braxton and Henry Threadgill, as well as crossover ... more

Flume Blesses Lorde's 'Tennis Court' With Wild Beats

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Australian beat-beast Flume has taken on Lorde's "Tennis Court." That's the "yeah" song for those not so good with titles, and Pure Heroine's opening track which ... more

Toronto Mayor Rob Ford Bets a Drake CD Raptors Will Win NBA Playoffs

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Drake's been getting attention aplenty for his comments and appearances courtside during the NBA playoffs. One day he's accusing Jay Z of skipping the action ... more

Theater Review: ‘Casa Valentina,’ a New Play by Harvey Fierstein

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Theater Review: ‘Casa Valentina,’ a New Play by Harvey Fierstein
“Casa Valentina,” written by Harvey Fierstein, tells of cross-dressing men who frequent a Catskills resort that caters to them in the early 1960s.

Theater Review: ‘Holy Land’ Examines Dehumanizing Effects of Armed Conflict

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Theater Review: ‘Holy Land’ Examines Dehumanizing Effects of Armed Conflict
At first, “Holy Land” suggests how ordinary people might make sense of life under the duress of armed conflict, but then the story becomes buried ... more

Snapshot | Amber Gray: Amber Gray on ‘An Octoroon,’ at Soho Rep

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Snapshot | Amber Gray: Amber Gray on ‘An Octoroon,’ at Soho Rep
A conversation with Amber Gray about terrifying musicals, biracial identity and playing a difficult scene.

The Week Ahead: A ‘Lyons’ Reunion at the Vineyard

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The Week Ahead: A ‘Lyons’ Reunion at the Vineyard
Nicky Silver is back with a new play about a celebrated actress, played by Linda Lavin, having a whole lot of trouble with the pressure ... more

Phillip Hayes Dean, the Playwright of Divisive ‘Paul Robeson,’ Dies at 83

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Phillip Hayes Dean, the Playwright of Divisive ‘Paul Robeson,’ Dies at 83
“Paul Robeson,” which starred James Earl Jones and opened on Broadway in 1978, was considered by black intellectuals to be insufficiently complex and eventually derailed ... more
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ArtsBeat: ‘The Americans’ Recap: the Oliver North Story

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ArtsBeat: ‘The Americans’ Recap: the Oliver North Story
Philip bares his teeth and rips up a Bible. Did that seem believable?

Hot Spots: Ads Look to Stand Out Amid the Political Clutter

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The 2014 election cycle has ushered in a rush of political advertising, with campaign ads airing as early as last spring and record-shattering spending for ... more

Critic’s Notebook: ‘Bad Teacher’ and ‘Black Box’ Have Their Premieres

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Critic’s Notebook: ‘Bad Teacher’ and ‘Black Box’ Have Their Premieres
Two new network television shows, “Bad Teacher” and “Black Box,” feature female characters who are torn in various ways.

Critic’s Notebook: Second Season of ‘Moone Boy’ to Begin on Hulu

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Critic’s Notebook: Second Season of ‘Moone Boy’ to Begin on Hulu
The second season of “Moone Boy,” the charming Irish-British television series, will be posted on Hulu beginning Thursday.

Amazon to Stream Original HBO Content

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A selection of original series and movies older than three years will be available to Amazon’s Prime subscribers under the terms of a multiyear deal.