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LOS ANGELES — When photographer Ed Freeman tried to capture the gay rights struggle in a cover photo for Frontiers, a gay magazine, he decided to imitate a famous image showing a different kind of...
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Only read Playboy for the articles? That's a shame because you've missed some amazing things, especially during the first three decades of the magazine, when its pages contained some of the most...
2015/07/02 14:16
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In “Detroit,” suburbia’s underbelly is dark indeed. The play — a 2011 Pulitzer Prize finalist and 2013 Obie winner by Lisa D’Amour — explores the place in the human psyche where psychology meets...
2015/07/02 11:50
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The CIA officer who recruited his son to spy for Russia ‘Jim’ Nicholson was appointed as head of a counter-terrorism unit while secretly under investigation for espionage In one of the most bizarre...
2015/07/02 11:20
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Scott Spychala waves a rainbow flag outside the Indiana Statehouse in Indianapolis, Friday, June 26, 2015. (Michael Conroy/AP) In 1824, in retirement 37 years after serving as the Constitutional...
2015/07/02 09:41
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Laurence Fishburne is to star in the new Roots miniseries remake. The Oscar-nominated actor will play writer Alex Haley, whose novel about his African-American ancestry was the basis of the original...
2015/07/02 05:48
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Tickets are $16 for adults and $10 for students. Tickets are available by calling the LPCA Box Office at 518-523-2512 or online at www.lakeplacidarts.org. About 'Behind the Beautiful Forevers' Meera...
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A few decades back, a play titled Detroit would likely have created automotive expectations. Today, Detroit suggests a story surrounded by urban collapse. Lisa D'Amour's play Detroit is about neither,...
2015/07/02 02:24
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What a way to end Pride Month and welcome Independence Day – with another stepping-stone toward what we hope will one day be our full equality. We were lying on a hospital gurney plugged into social...
2015/07/02 01:19
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According to an internal memo, officials at the Newseum offered a stake in the building, above, in exchange for an immediate cash infusion. (Nikki Kahn/The Washington Post) Nearly seven years after...
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NEW DIGS: Diane Tasca, the Pear Theatre's artistic director, showed plans for her company's new theater. The award-winning Pear Avenue Theatre will soon have a new name and a new home. The...
2015/07/01 18:28
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London (CNN)Sir Nicholas Winton, who saved hundreds of children from the Holocaust, has died at the age of 106, British media reported. Bassist Chris Squire, founding member of British rock band Yes,...
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Former Metro general manager Richard Sarles (James A. Parcell for The Washington Post) As part of their investigation into January’s deadly smoke incident, which killed one rider and injured scores...
2015/07/01 16:57
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The elite media types have been in bed with the elite national Democratic party types for so long that one hardly bothers to note it any longer. Still, it is a little jarring when the Hillary Clinton...
2015/07/01 08:58
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The movie The Talented Mr. Ripley tends to stay with anyone fascinated by how we acquire and maintain and sometimes switch our personal identity, and how slippery it can be. For what columnist has...
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First lady Michelle Obama speaks at the MORE Magazine's first-ever MORE Impact Awards Luncheon at the Newseum in Washington, Monday, June 29, 2015. (Susan Walsh/AP) First-term first ladies are often...
2015/06/30 22:15
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Tickets for THE COLOR PURPLE go on sale to the general public today, Tuesday, June 30, at Telecharge.com. To celebrate the on-sale, a free download of Jennifer Hudson performing “Too Beautiful For...
2015/06/30 19:19
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Misty Copeland and James Whiteside in “Swan Lake” at the Metropolitan Opera House in June. The performance was Copeland’s New York debut in the lead role. (Gene Schiavone/American Ballet Theater via...
2015/06/30 14:45
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Allan Little to be new Edinburgh book festival chair Allan Little will become the new figurehead of the Edinburgh International Book Festival. Picture: Gordon Fraser VETERAN broadcaster Allan Little...
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2015/06/30 12:34
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THE first names for this year's Cheltenham Literature Festival have been announced. Running from Friday till Sunday, October 2-11, the Festival boasts a spectacular programme of more than 500 events,...
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