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Black Sun Gritty and glamorous, Chinatown combined the best of Old and New Hollywood

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Kevin Costner’s Post Apocalypse The Postman was meant to be the Oscar winner’s magnum opus—instead it became the tale of a superstar’s self-indulgence


From the Big House to the Big Screen In his breakout role, Clarence Maclin stars alongside Colman Domingo and Paul Raci in the semi-biographical film Sing Sing

Wheels Up With Jonathan Lethem The novelist behind Motherless Brooklyn and The Fortress of Solitude reveals his travel routine

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The Making of a Movement In the 1960s and 1970s, women’s liberation transformed America. Voices from that time tell how it came to be

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Poster City A new book collects a century of posters and advertisements that shaped New York City’s rise as the cultural capital of the world

One-Man Show From Xi Jinping to Vladimir Putin, Autocracy, Inc. details how autocratic rulers are working together to undermine democracy and the West


Notes from Underground In The Incorruptibles, Dan Slater chronicles the gangsters, reformers, and labor organizers of early 20th-century New York City

Stranger than Fiction Teatro Nuovo gives Carolina Uccelli’s lone surviving opera, Anna di Resburgo, a long-overdue second shot

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Julie de Libran’s Favorite Things The Paris-based fashion designer and vintage collector shares her favorite finds, including an Anya Hindmarch bucket bag, a Lutava yoga mat, Celine cat-eye sunglasses, and more

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The Chicago Way When it comes to payback for the Evan Gershkovich imprisonment, the Biden administration should take a page out of Sean Connery’s book

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