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  1. A look inside the rehearsals of the most singularly sprawling opera of the season: 15 hours of selections from Karlheinz Stockhausen's mighty, loopy, sublime "Licht"

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  2. In a letter to the Getty Museum, Italian officials have raised questions about a 19th century painting of the Oracle of Delphi, an ancient Roman mosaic floor, and two stone lions

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  3. The singer Annie Lennox has deconstructed herself and her various personas for a compelling self-portrait at MASS MoCA in Pittsfield, Mass.

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  4. Here’s a look at the many ways Dwayne Johnson’s characters have helped keep civilization intact

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  5. On today's Daily: three months ago, a recording appeared on an obscure web site for whistleblowers in the Mormon community. and with the extraordinary story that recording told:

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  6. “It’s just me on that stage, there’s no spectacle, what am I supposed to do?” the actress Mary Elizabeth Winstead said about her band, Got a Girl

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  7. John Waters explains his aesthetic: "I always think that art is mistakes."

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  8. The twerking rarely stops in Abdellatif Kechiche’s new Cannes contender “Mektoub, My Love: Intermezzo.”

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  9. "According to Trump’s calm Twitter rant this morning, he was chill for the whole three minutes and when he stormed out, it was in a relaxed and graceful fashion," Trevor Noah joked Thursday night

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  10. The archives of Fab 5 Freddy — the “Yo! MTV Raps” host who united the worlds of hip-hop and art — have been acquired by the Schomburg Center. Here's what's inside.

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  11. How young is too young to play the troubled 17-year-old title character in "Dear Evan Hansen"? The latest Evan is 17. Just.

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  12. In "Booksmart," how did Olivia Wilde create a dance sequence with someone who hasn't danced before? Very carefully.

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  13. “Woodstock: Three Days That Defined a Generation” tells the story of a music festival that was both mess and miracle

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  14. Virgil Abloh fashions himself an outsider, but the establishment beckons. Already a commercial juggernaut, he's setting his sights on the art world.

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  15. “It’s not going to help bilateral relations, obviously,” one communications expert said of a satirical BBC show featuring a cartoon Vladimir Putin

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  16. 19 hours ago

    The same woman was behind "Halloween," "Escape from New York," "Clue," "Adventures in Babysitting," and many Hollywood careers -- and she's hardly gotten her due. My Overlooked obituary for the producer Debra Hill:

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  17. The smooth soul stylings of the Masqueraders return to New York after 50 years, and Dr. Lonnie Smith, the king of the jazz organ players, joins up with Jazz Orchestra of the Concertgebouw. What other pop, rock and jazz concerts should you see?

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  18. . on a new documentary about Halston, the designer: "The pictures, footage, biography, news and gossip are the opposite of a Halston dress — unruly, busy, fussed over. But they come at you with an energy that feels substantial."

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  19. In “Diamantino,” a soccer star with a fairy-tale life — down to the evil twin sisters — gets caught up in a devious nationalist plot

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  20. Film Forum kicks off a series of films about the anticolonial movements of the 1960s, and the Maysles Cinema pairs Manfred Kirchheimer’s newly completed “Dream of a City” with his other works. What other film retrospectives and screenings should you see?

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