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Book Review: So you think the culture wars are new? Shakespeare expert James Shapiro begs to differ

Book Review: So you think the culture wars are new? Shakespeare expert James Shapiro begs to differ

“The theater, when it is any good, can change things.

OpenAI to start using news content from News Corp. as part of a multiyear deal

Joining news organizations that have chosen to collaborate rather than fight with the best-known artificial intelligence company, News Corp.
US vows more returns of looted antiquities as Italy celebrates latest haul of 600 artifacts

US vows more returns of looted antiquities as Italy celebrates latest haul of 600 artifacts

ROME (AP) — Italy on Tuesday celebrated the return of around 600 antiquities from the U.S., including ancient bronze statues, gold coins, mosaics and manuscripts valued at 60 million euros ($65 million), that were looted years ago, sold to U.S.
CBC News' Adrienne Arsenault among Canadian Screen Awards winners at industry gala

CBC News' Adrienne Arsenault among Canadian Screen Awards winners at industry gala

TORONTO — CBC News anchor Adrienne Arsenault and reporter Jorge Barrera of "The National" took home two of the top news prizes at the first of several industry galas for the Canadian Screen Awards.

Rapper Sean Kingston agrees to return to Florida, where he and mother are charged with $1M in fraud

SAN BERNARDINO, Calif.
Review: 'Robot Dreams' is more profound than it has any right to be

Review: 'Robot Dreams' is more profound than it has any right to be

It’s one of those strange but immutable truths of the movies that a song like Earth, Wind & Fire’s “September” can play in roughly a thousand films before a movie about a dog and a robot comes along and blows them all out of the water.
Albert Ruddy, Oscar-winning producer of 'The Godfather' and 'Million Dollar Baby,' dies at 94

Albert Ruddy, Oscar-winning producer of 'The Godfather' and 'Million Dollar Baby,' dies at 94

NEW YORK (AP) — Albert S.
Wu-Tang Clan's unreleased 'Once Upon a Time in Shaolin' is headed to an Australia museum

Wu-Tang Clan's unreleased 'Once Upon a Time in Shaolin' is headed to an Australia museum

NEW YORK (AP) — The sole physical copy of Wu-Tang Clan's unreleased “Once Upon a Time in Shaolin" is headed to Australia’s Museum of Old and New Art. Only a handful of ears have listened to Wu-Tang Clan’s seventh studio album to date.

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Nonfiction 1. What This Comedian Said Will Shock You by Bill Maher, narrated by the author (Simon & Schuster Audio) 2. Atomic Habits by James Clear, narrated by the author (Penguin Audio) 3.
Hollywood movies rarely reflect climate change crisis. These researchers want to change that

Hollywood movies rarely reflect climate change crisis. These researchers want to change that

PORTLAND, Maine (AP) — Aquaman might not mind if the oceans rise, but moviegoers might.
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