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Arts & Culture
Wednesday, January 8
Tuesday, January 7
The rocky career and enduring appeal of country legend Charlie Rich, “the missing link between Elvis Presley and Ray Charles.”
Monday, January 6
Sunday, January 5
Unpacking the 76,897 micro-genres that make up the cinematic DNA.
Friday, January 3
Tonya Harding, Nancy Kerrigan and the “why me?” misheard around the world.
Thursday, January 2
Did Remington Chase and Stefan Martirosian “orchestrate” a contract killing in Moscow?
Wednesday, January 1
Monday, December 30
On Benjamin Murmelstein, the head of the council of elders at the Theresienstadt concentration camp.
Friday, December 27
“Does a talent for comedy necessitate a tragic life?”
Thursday, December 26
“Americans find it hard to believe that foreigners are unalterably foreign, for they have seen generations of immigrants who became Americans.”
Wednesday, December 25
When James Brown died on Christmas Day 2006, he left behind a fortune worth tens, maybe hundreds, of millions of dollars. The problem is, he also left behind fourteen children, sixteen grandchildren, eight mothers of his children, several mistresses, thirty lawyers, a former manager, an aging dancer, a longtime valet, and a sister who’s really not a sister but calls herself the Godsister of Soul anyway.