Review: And Now Four Dances, Completely Different

MARSEILLE, France — The performance at the La Criée theater here, for a small number of invited guests and dance professionals, started just a few hours before President Emmanuel Macron announced the start of a third national lockdown. Although theaters have been closed since November, performers have been able to go on working and rehearsing; the filming of ballets, operas […]

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Review: Dreamy Cowboys and a Ballet Bath

It takes only two oscillating notes to establish a world. The coyote howl that Ennio Morricone wrote for “The Good, the Bad and the Ugly” immediately conjures an idea of the American West: desert, tumbleweeds, gunslingers. To hear those notes and see ballet pointe shoes thrown down like gauntlets is a joke. This is how Pacific Northwest Ballet’s latest digital […]

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Donald Trump May Have to Answer Questions Under Oath About Alleged Past Sexual Assaults

Donald Trump’s legal woes have continued to mount since he left office in January 2021, and the latest development in a 2017 defamation lawsuit brought by former Apprentice contestant Summer Zervos could end up having major ramifications for the former POTUS. In 2016, Zervos first came forward alleging that Trump had assaulted her in 2007, kissing and groping her without consent, […]

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The Best Movies and TV Shows Coming to Amazon, HBO Max, Hulu and More in April

(Note: Streaming services occasionally change schedules without giving notice. For more recommendations on what to stream, sign up for our twice-weekly Watching newsletter here.) New to HBO Max ‘Exterminate All the Brutes’ Starts streaming: Apr. 7 The filmmaker Raoul Peck, perhaps best-known for his Oscar-nominated 2016 documentary “I Am Not Your Negro,” tackles his most ambitious project yet with the […]

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Snap Is Working on AR Smart Glasses and Selfie Drones

After releasing a few generations of spectacle smart glasses, Snap Inc. is releasing a new version of eyewear with built-in augmented reality (AR). Through the lenses of these high-tech glasses, Snapchat’s cameras will cover the user’s surrounding environment with projected AR effects. Users will no longer need to rely on their mobile cameras. Snap also stated that the smart glasses […]

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'SNL' Stars Who Landed A-List Romances: Pics

Comedy couples! Saturday Night Live may be known for bringing laughs to viewers, but it’s also brought tons of stars together. From old-school SNL veterans like Dan Aykroyd and Bill Murray, to more recent stars such as Colin Jost and Pete Davidson, a ton of the late-night staple’s cast has met their significant others while working on the NBC show. […]

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Is Livestreamed Stand-Up Here to Stay?

The cultural legacy of the pandemic may not only be shows canceled, careers derailed and theaters and clubs closed. There has also been innovation, like the emergence of the virtual comedy club. What began out of desperation has matured into a new digital genre that has drawn sizable audiences in the habit of buying tickets to livestreaming stand-up from the […]

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Mention It All! Real Housewives’ Legal Troubles Through the Years

Being a Real Housewife isn’t all diamonds and rosé. Several Bravolebrities have made headlines for money woes, legal drama and court cases over the years. While some franchises tackle the lawsuits on air — including Real Housewives of New Jersey’s Teresa and Joe Giudice’s fraud case and Real Housewives of New York City’s Sonja Morgan’s bankruptcy filing — other shows […]

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