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DALLAS — Last fall, when the Dallas Museum of Art launched its provocative exhibition "Speechless, Different by Design," the whole point was physical interaction. more
For the past two months of the coronavirus quarantine, Metropolitan Opera House singer Abigail Mitchell has used her small upper Manhattan apartment as a temporary studio space. more
I'd only been watching HBO Max for a few minutes when one thing became abundantly clear: This didn't look like the old HBO. more
The last time director-producer Frank Marshall remembers one of his movie projects being shut down for this long was in 1983, when Harrison Ford suffered a spinal disc herniation. more
What might moviegoing look like post-shutdown? And how many of us want to find out? more
"Smash" lasted only two seasons on NBC. more
As if the lineup for YouTube's virtual graduation ceremony weren't already star-studded enough, Beyonce, Taylor Swift, and Jennifer Lopez will now join headliners Barack and Michelle Obama. more
"The Joe Rogan Experience" is headed to Spotify. more
Lynn Shelton's filmmaking life was brief, and busy: Just 14 years elapsed between her coming-of-age first feature, "We Go Way Back" in 2006, and her death last week at age 54. more
Saturday night's highly-touted song battle between St. Louis' Nelly and Atlanta's Ludacris on Instagram Live ended with one clear winner — Ludacris' WiFi. more
Back in February, Disney announced the forthcoming release of a "Hamilton" movie — a filmed version of Lin-Manuel Miranda's musical juggernaut, featuring the original Broadway cast. more
No one at this point can answer when live performance will come back. Not the medical experts. Not theater owners and producers. more
The look was thoroughly modern: two handsome young men, one shirtless under a backward baseball cap, the other wearing a green leather vest and shades. more
Artificial intelligence, elf lore and an aircraft used by NASA are just a few things that inspired the internet's new favorite baby name, X Æ A-12. more
With movie theaters across the globe shuttered and large gatherings indefinitely banned, the fate of this year's national and international film festivals remain in doubt. more
Two of this year's most anticipated movies are musicals. more
A little more than a month ago, Bob Saget was gearing up to debut an hour of new material on his stand-up tour "to make people feel better during all of the anger that was going on in our country." more
The TCM Classic Film Festival is dead. Long live the TCM Classic Film Festival! more
As American public life shrank from the spread of COVID-19 in early March, one of the first victims of the virus was the massive South by Southwest Conference & Festivals, canceled. more
Arts organizations, many of which are financially vulnerable even in the best of times, find themselves on life support as coronavirus spreads around the globe. more
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