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Crying, Laughing, Crying, at the Protests in Minneapolis
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America!: How Birds Are Adjusting to Our New Reality
“And Then We Danced,” A Queer Love Letter to Georgian Culture
The director Levan Akin’s coming-of-age story about a traditional dancer had just a three-day run of screenings in Georgia, where it led to rioting, twenty-seven arrests, and one hospitalization.
Trump Claims That Wall Around White House Is to Prevent Staff from Quitting En Masse
Trump added that he was considering invoking the Insurrection Act of 1807 to put down further rebellions by the Secretary of Defense, Mark Esper.
From This Week’s Issue
The Homebound Project’s Original Plays, Performed in Isolation
Diane Lane, Blair Underwood, and Phillipa Soo are some of the stars appearing in new short plays that will stream online.
Bel Powley Adds Staten Island to Her Accent Repertoire
欧洲杯买彩票Preparing for her role as Pete Davidson’s love interest in Judd Apatow’s “The King of Staten Island,” the British actress drew inspiration from reality TV.
欧洲杯买彩票Tareaphe Richards—Retired Rikers Corrections Officer
欧洲杯买彩票“We Are Witnesses”: A Portrait of Crime and Punishment in America