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On Targets

In 1968, Peter Bogdanovich directed his first film, about what was then an uncommon event: a mass shooting. It haunted him to the end

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Tempest in a Martini Glass

Owning the Lits

Fringe scholars have long argued that Shakespeare wasn’t really Shakespeare. So why has it suddenly become an article of faith among young conservatives?

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The Last Hurrah

A new book collects the 1980s party photographs of Dafydd Jones, chronicler of British high society at its most riotous, just as that world was coming to an end

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On June 10, Joni Mitchell will give her first full concert since 2000. The musician is pictured here in 1968, the year she released her first studio album, Song to a Seagull.

Joni Mitchell’s Second Act

In 1969, Joni Mitchell missed the Woodstock festival to go on The Dick Cavett Show, only to be joined by David Crosby, Stephen Stills, and the entire Jefferson Airplane, who regaled the world with their tales of peace, love, and music. It didn’t take long for Joni to write “Woodstock” and have the last word. READ ON

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