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Henry Giardina humorously imagines fake plots for real Broadway musicals, including “Cats,” “Les Misérables,” and “Mamma Mia!”
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Colin Moynihan writes on the anti-Fascist Black Flags Over Brooklyn festival, which took place at Brooklyn Bazaar, in Greenpoint, in late January.
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John Cassidy on President Donald Trump’s announcement that he will declare a national emergency to secure funding for a barrier along the southern U.S. border.
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Rachel Syme writes about a Barbra Streisand-themed tour of New York City that she took with the Oscar-nominated actor Richard E. Grant.
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Isaac Chotiner interviews the historian Ana Raquel Minian about President Trump’s border-wall rhetoric and the reality of migration from Mexico.
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This week on the New Yorker Radio Hour, the historian walks us through the shift in America’s leftist politics, and the photographer contemplates the persistence of blackface in American culture.
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What to Stream This Weekend: The Bartered Bride A Brilliant Rarely Seen Max Ophüls Opera-Based Musical
Richard Brody recommends Max Ophüls‘s “The Bartered Bride,” based on Bedrich Smetana‘s opera.
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Andrea Scott writes about the rediscovered photography of Janice Guy, and how the era of #MeToo has heightened our interest in seeing women control their own images.
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Olivia de Recat and Julia Edelman satirically imagine different ways to remove oneself from a friend’s bachelorette party.
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Eric Lach writes about President Donald Trump’s announcement that he will declare a national emergency to secure funding for a border wall he wants to build along the southern U.S. border.
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