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Replying to @poniewozik: I wrote about WandaVision as sitcom-history survey and pandemic metaphor.

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Middle school students from the Paris suburbs film themselves for the documentary “Un Film Dramatique.” It's a Critic's Pick.

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A slight but intriguingly strange documentary from Brazil looks at the lives of supermarket workers.

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Replying to @sisario: The podcast biz is now TV circa 1949: vast, promising, uncharted. Will corporatization kill its D.I.Y. spirit? https://t.co/bN…

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Keith Thomas’s feature debut awakens a terrifying Jewish spirit during an overnight shift with a dead body, our critic writes.

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What's in @joshbarone's queue? "At Home With Amy Sedaris," video games and more.

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With its theaters and concert halls closed by the pandemic, Lincoln Center plans to open 10 outdoor performance and rehearsal spaces this spring.

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Our critic @jsf gets a first look at Frick Madison, a two-year experiment that places masterpieces of European art in the stark spaces of Marcel Breuer’s Brutalist building.

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In "The United States vs. Billie Holiday," we see the singer as a heroin user, a devoted but not always reliable friend and an operatic figure of towering pain. But never an artist. 

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Mitsuko Uchida, the Louisiana Philharmonic and a performance organized by Teju Cole are among the streaming classical concerts coming in March.

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'WandaVision' is a meta feast for pop culture obsessives, smushing the chocolate of superherodom into the peanut butter of feel-good sitcoms.

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Kenny Gamble and Leon Huff’s Black-owned label Philadelphia International Records turned a city’s aesthetic into a movement that reverberated around the world.

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@margeincharge The podcast landscape is vast, so we asked three dozen hosts for their recommendations. Here’s a list of what they are listening to.

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Our relationship to podcasting is also changing. Our TV critic @margeincharge happily spent hours and hours watching television, but in quarantine, TV was no longer cutting it.

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Tai Poole, the host of "Tai Asks Why," joined the podcast world at a very young age. He and other child podcasters have matured on mic. "My voice is changing. Even I can hear it."

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Among the new slate of podcasts is Gimlet’s “Resistance,” hosted by Saidu Tejan-Thomas Jr. The show features stories from communities of color and it is dominated by a medley of young, Black voices – a rarity in American podcasts.

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Podcasting has had an expansive growth spurt in the last few years, with the number of shows tripling and media companies pouring about $2 billion into the industry. But some worry that big money will stifle the DIY spirit vital to podcasting’s identity.

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I wrote about WandaVision as sitcom-history survey and pandemic metaphor.

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What should you add to your weekend plans? New York City Center rebroadcasts three stunning solos in honor of Black History Month, the Paper Bag Players take Manhattan and more.

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Our critic’s phone rang, and she heard a warm voice on the other end: “I am calling you for a poetic consultation.”

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The podcast biz is now TV circa 1949: vast, promising, uncharted. Will corporatization kill its D.I.Y. spirit?

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