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Bewitched Remake in the Works for NBC

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Paris's Picasso museum finally reopens after renovation

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Paris's Picasso museum finally reopens after renovation
A top-level sacking, harsh words from the artist's son, delays and a huge budget overrun -- Paris's Picasso museum reopens its doors on Saturday amid the fallout from a fraught $71-million renovation. Just over five years after it closed for what was intended to be a two-year refurbishment, the museum -- housed in a 17th-century baroque mansion in Paris's historic Marais quarter -- has been extensively modernised and is more than twice its previous size. Costs, however, stand at 22 ... more

Fury, The Book Of Life, The Babadook: this weeks new films

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Fury | The Book Of Life | The Babadook | Love, Rosie | Jimi: All Is By My Side | Serena | Nas: Time Is Illmatic Continue reading...

Halloween cinema special

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Roll up for the best of this years Halloween horror cinema, from the Bram Stoker film festival in Whitby to Invasion Of The Bodysnatchers at Caerphilly Castle Continue reading...

Grand Piano, out now on DVD

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Its a silly premise, but one which Spanish director Eugenio Mira weaves with all the style of a Hitchcock thriller Continue reading...


ArtsBeat: Changing the Debate: Katha Pollitt Talks About ‘Pro’

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ArtsBeat: Changing the Debate: Katha Pollitt Talks About ‘Pro’
Ms. Pollitt discusses her new book about the pro-choice side’s tactics in the abortion debate.

ArtsBeat: Book Review Podcast: James Risen’s ‘Pay Any Price’

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ArtsBeat: Book Review Podcast: James Risen’s ‘Pay Any Price’
Mr. Risen discusses his new book about the war on terror, and Lucy Worsley talks about “The Art of the English Murder.”

Art and Outrage

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Art and Outrage
New books that circumvent established norms and smash accepted verities to smithereens.

A time of battles real and literary

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Walter Scott, Byron, Jane Austen all were profoundly affected by the conflict with France. Jenny Uglow considers the world of wartime reading, and cultural skirmishes, ... more

Happy 100th birthday, John Berryman

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Despite a lifetime of chaos and alcoholism, John Berrymans poetry is brilliantly funny. Sam Leith toasts his pal, whose work he has adored since he ... more

Top 10 Weird stories of the week

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Top 10 Weird stories of the week
These were among the most viewed stories on azcentral in the past week.         

Squirrel in cop-car incident allowed to go free

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Squirrel in cop-car incident allowed to go free
A squirrel that ended up in the back seat of a Michigan police car is out of trouble.         

Darth Vader hopes force with him in election

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Darth Vader hopes force with him in election
One candidate in Ukraine's parliamentary elections hopes to bring voters to the dark side: Darth Alekseyevich Vader.         

Potty peeper sues jail for discrimination

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Potty peeper sues jail for discrimination
A man who hid in the tank of a portable toilet at a yoga festival in 2011 to spy on women is suing the Boulder ... more

Man's Halloween decor inspired by Ebola

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Man's Halloween decor inspired by Ebola
A Dallas-area man has taken inspiration from the fear of Ebola for the Halloween decorations at his town house.         

Movie Review: Ouija

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'Avengers: Age of Ultron' teaser poster revealed

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By Joshua Rivera

'Into the Woods': 4 EW collector's covers

published Tue, Oct 21 2014 23:00 GMT
By EW Staff Johnny Depp-Lilla Crawford; Meryl Streep-Mackenzie Mauzy; Anna Kendrick-Chris Pine; James Corden-Emily Blunt: See all

'Avengers: Age of Ultron' teaser next week

published Tue, Oct 21 2014 23:00 GMT
By Anthony Breznican First glimpse of ''Avengers'' sequel will come during next Tuesday's broadcast of ''Agents of SHIELD''

Alfred Wertheimer, Early Photographer of Elvis Presley, Dies at 84

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Assigned by a record label to take publicity shots, Mr. Wertheimer photographed rock ‘n’ roll’s earliest superstar in his earliest days.

James Levine’s ‘Figaro’ Across Decades

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James Levine’s 2,500th performance at the Metropolitan Opera on Saturday will the 77th time he has conducted “Le Nozze di Figaro” with the company. Here ... more

James Levine Leads His 2,500th Met Performance Saturday

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James Levine Leads His 2,500th Met Performance Saturday
When James Levine leads the Metropolitan Opera in “Le Nozze di Figaro” on Saturday, it will be his 2,500th performance with the company.

Critic’s Notebook: ‘The Source,’ an Oratorio About Chelsea Manning’s Leaks

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Critic’s Notebook: ‘The Source,’ an Oratorio About Chelsea Manning’s Leaks
An intentional dearth of light, cohesiveness and clarity makes “The Source,” an oratorio of leaked war logs, the perfect medium for the message.

ArtsBeat: CMJ 2014: S’s Resentment, Odessa’s Tranquility

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ArtsBeat: CMJ 2014: S’s Resentment, Odessa’s Tranquility
The Seattle band S and the singer-songwriter Odessa performed on Thursday as part of the CMJ Music Marathon.

ArtsBeat: In its 10th Year, Coil Festival Finds Itself Away From Home

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The festival of theater, dance and performance art presented by P.S. 122 will take place at spaces around the city, while its home on First ... more

Theater Review: Ivo van Hove Brings ‘Angels in America’ to BAM

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Theater Review: Ivo van Hove Brings ‘Angels in America’ to BAM
Ivo van Hove’s adaptation of Tony Kushner’s “Angels in America” lends a striking universality to its portrait of life and imminent death in the early ... more

American Identity, Muslim Identity

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American Identity, Muslim Identity
The artists Ayad Akhtar, G. Willow Wilson and Musa Syeed discuss portrayals of Muslim-Americans in popular culture.

Theater Review: Josh Radner and Gretchen Mol Star in 'Disgraced' on Broadway

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Theater Review: Josh Radner and Gretchen Mol Star in 'Disgraced' on Broadway
A dinner party becomes a verbal jousting tournament in Ayad Akhtar’s terrific, turbulent drama “Disgraced.”

Theater Listings for Oct. 24-30

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Theater Listings for Oct. 24-30
A critical guide to productions in New York City, including shows in previews.

Best Arctic Monkeys singles, from 'Dancefloor' to 'AM'

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Best Arctic Monkeys singles, from 'Dancefloor' to 'AM'
With the Arctic Monkeys' "AM" tour headed to Phoenix, here's a countdown of their best singles.         

Top 10 restaurant types Valley is missing

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Top 10 restaurant types Valley is missing
Metro Phoenix still has too many culinary holes to be considered a top-tier dining metropolis. Here are 10 kinds of restaurants that would help fill ... more

Review: The Beverly in Scottsdale all about 'wow' food

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Review: The Beverly in Scottsdale all about 'wow' food
This Main Street space keeps reinventing itself. The Beverly might be the best one yet.         

Phoenix chefs roll out menus with fall dishes

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Phoenix chefs roll out menus with fall dishes
5 top Phoenix restaurants showcase local ingredients, farm-to-table approach to fall menus         

Critic Bill Goodykoontz's 5-star movie reviews

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Critic Bill Goodykoontz's 5-star movie reviews
Our critic doesn't hand out 5-star ratings lightly.         

Television Review: ‘Death Comes to Pemberley’ on PBS

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Television Review: ‘Death Comes to Pemberley’ on PBS
This two-night mini-series is an adaptation of P. D. James’s follow-up to Jane Austen’s “Pride and Prejudice.”

F.C.C. Delays Auction of TV Airwaves for Mobile

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A lawsuit challenging the sale said that the commission’s initial rules would cause some stations to lose some of their coverage area and viewers.

Critic’s Notebook: Hogzilla and Other Halloween Programs

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Critic’s Notebook: Hogzilla and Other Halloween Programs
Halloween programming next week extends even to the Weather Channel, Animal Planet and PBS Kids.

Television: Shadowy World of Sticky Fingers

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Television: Shadowy World of Sticky Fingers
You might long for the days when pickpockets were your biggest worry after “Cybercrimes With Ben Hammersley,” a series on BBC World News.

Television Review: The ‘Good Witch’ Franchise Changes Gears

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Television Review: The ‘Good Witch’ Franchise Changes Gears
Cassie Nightingale remains secure in her powers of sorcery in Hallmark Channel’s last made-for-television “Good Witch” movie.