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Bird’s Eye View Museums may be shuttered, but birding is not halted by pandemics. In New York City, a rare visit from three forest-dwelling Barred Owls

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Do the Twist More than 20 years after the puppeteer Basil Twist debuted his genre-defying response to Berlioz’s “Symphonie Fantastique,” a film version is available for streaming

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Larger than Life An exhibition pairing Henry Moore’s oversized sculptures and 70 of his drawings goes on show at the newly reopened Museo Novecento, in Florence

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A Treasure Story for Adults The Dig tells the riveting tale of the most famous archaeological excavation in Britain in modern times

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Whole in One A new documentary attempts to paint the definitive picture of Tiger Woods. But his is a story that’s far from over

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The Most Famous Cop in Paris For 15 years, Caroline Proust has been the center of Spiral, the French crime drama that’s a global hit

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Hell’s Angel

“Thence we came forth to rebehold the stars,” wrote Dante Alighieri, to describe the hopeful passage from hell to purgatory in his Divine Comedy, completed in 1320. These words were thought to have comforted the Renaissance painter Federico Zuccari at the end of the 16th century, when he was living away from his native Italy and illustrating Dante’s work. The line also provided inspiration for the Uffizi Gallery’s new online exhibition of Zuccari’s Divine Comedy drawings, timed to the 700-year anniversary of Dante’s death. READ ON


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