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Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson have tested positive for coronavirus
The actors are in Australia and will be tested, observed and isolated, Hanks said.
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Tom Hanks, Rita Wilson in Australian hospital with new virus
Tom Hanks and his wife Rita Wilson are isolated in stable condition in an Australian hospital after contracting the new coronavirus
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African American artists embraced modernism. But the art world didn’t embrace them.
Absorbing exhibition at the Phillips Collection, “Riffs and Relations: African American Artists and the European Modernist Traditions,” inspires deeply positive and negative emotions.
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When social distancing hits Wendy Williams and ‘The View,’ things get weird
Amid growing concern over the spread of coronavirus, several daytime TV talk shows are forgoing studio audiences.
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In a noisy world, books about silence are booming
A radio journalist overcomes his fear of dead air and finds solace in quietude.
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In ‘Short Life in a Strange World,’ paintings by Pieter Bruegel the Elder help an author make sense of his existence
Toby Ferris traveled across Europe to see all of the Dutch Renaissance painter’s surviving work.
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Academy of Country Music to still hold awards show in Vegas
The Academy of Country Music says its April 5 awards show will still go on at the MGM Garden Arena in Las Vegas
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Studio’s blazing ‘Pass Over’ reimagines ‘Godot’ for the Black Lives Matter era
The genius of Antoinette Nwandu’s play lies especially in the way it aligns harrowing reflection with the Beckett template.
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Louis C.K.’s sexual misconduct tanked his career. Now he’s selling out theaters.
The comedian's career tanked after he admitted to sexual misconduct, but now he's back on the road and has found an eager audience waiting for him.
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SXSW canceled, Coachella postponed: How coronavirus is impacting the entertainment industry
China's cinemas shut down after the covid-19 strain began spreading in Wuhan, the capital of the country’s Hubei province. That impact has since been felt around the world by Italian productions and American festivals alike.
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Katherine Schwarzenegger Pratt’s book tackles forgiveness
Katherine Schwarzenegger Pratt has made a career of writing what she knows
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This 15th-century Annunciation Triptych induces otherworldly calm ? and possibly vertigo
The work, attributed to the workshop of Robert Campin and on view at the Cloisters in New York, happens to be one of the greatest early Netherlandish paintings in America.
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Washington Post paperback bestsellers
A snapshot of popular books.
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Leslie Marmon Silko wins $100,000 prize from arts academy
Author Leslie Marmon Silko has won a $100,000 lifetime achievement prize from the American Academy of Arts and Letters
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Creating the opera ‘Blue,’ about police violence against young black men, was hard yet hopeful work
The Washington National Opera production opens Sunday at the Kennedy Center.
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Poland sets date for Frederic Chopin piano competition
Culture authorities in Poland say that the 18th edition of the international Frederic Chopin piano competition will take place Oct. 2-23 in Warsaw
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What to Watch: TV Chat with Hank Stuever
Post TV critic Hank Stuever discusses the good, bad and so-bad-it's-good of TV.
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What to watch on Wednesday: ‘On My Block’ returns on Netflix
Wednesday March 11, 2020 | “The Funny Dance Show” premieres on E!
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What to watch on Thursday: ‘Swamp People: Serpent Invasion’ on History
Thursday March 12, 2020 | Pete Buttigieg guest hosts Jimmy Kimmel Live.
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Coachella’s delay and SXSW’s cancellation show how coronavirus could make festival season disappear
“You’re going to be seeing more of this,” one industry attorney said.
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National Gallery postpones landmark exhibition; coronavirus crisis in Italy delays transportation of artwork
Much-anticipated show “A Superb Baroque: Art in Genoa, 1600–1750” was set to open May 3.
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Marilyn, soup cans, wigs feature in Tate’s Andy Warhol show
Images of soup cans and Marilyn Monroe’s lips are on display in a new Andy Warhol show at London’s Tate Modern, alongside several of the artist’s wigs
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Poets & Writers cancels 50th anniversary gala in Manhattan
Poets & Writers has called off its 50th anniversary gala, where guests of honor included Oprah Winfrey
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Colum McCann’s ‘Apeirogon’ takes an elliptical approach to the unending Middle East conflict
The protagonists are two real-life figures who both lost daughters and improbably became friends.
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Audible best-sellers for week ending March 6th
Audible best-sellers for week ending March 6th
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Apple Books US Bestseller List
Apple Books US Bestseller List for week of 3-8-2020
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The top 10 movies on the iTunes Store
iTunes Movies US Charts for week of  March 8, 2020:
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It’s time SNL books a musical act who performs exclusively in Spanish. Bad Bunny would be a good start.
Late night gets the appeal of Latin pop stars. "Saturday Night Live" should hop on board.
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In a time of crisis, poetry can help focus our fears and transform ‘noise into music’
These days, many elegiac poems have an unwelcome resonance — and yet offer solace, too.
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How will the coronavirus affect Smithsonian museums and the National Cherry Blossom Festival?
As coronavirus spreads, D.C. museums and cultural institutions are taking extra precautions.
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