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Wednesday, April 08, 2020 10:35 AM ET

New York Times - Entertainment

John Prine, Who Chronicled the Human Condition in Song, Dies at 73

8 minutes ago

Happy 30th Anniversary, 'Twin Peaks.' Go Down the Rabbit Hole.

8 minutes ago

Ask A TV Critic -- Is Now the Time for 'The Leftovers'? -- Our television critic answers your questions and offers guidance on what to watch next. -- Margaret Lyons

8 minutes ago

The East River Waterfront Dazzles. Take a Virtual Tour.

4 hours ago

Quibi, the Incredible Shrinking TV Set

16 hours ago

Dua Lipa's Unplanned, Uncertain, Unprecedented Album Launch

23 hours ago

Lessons From the Plagues, Painted for Passover

16 hours ago

It's a TikTok! No, It's a Song! Drake and the Viral Feedback Loop

20 hours ago

With Museums Empty, Security Experts Hope Thieves Stay Home, Too

1 day ago

A Home Version of Trisha Brown's 'Roof Piece,' No Roof Required

23 hours ago

Fiction Podcasts to Get Lost In

18 hours ago

12 Places to Watch Dance Online

20 hours ago

Are Your Children Stuck Inside? So Are These Kids

1 day ago

Why Animal Crossing Is the Game for the Coronavirus Moment

1 day ago

Your Short Film of the Day

7 days ago

The Heroine of This Korean Best Seller Is Extremely Ordinary. That's the Point. -- "Kim Jiyoung, Born 1982," a surprise hit when it was published, ignited what Cho Nam-Joo called "a public debate" around gender and inequality. -- Alexandra Alter

1 hour ago

Explosion at Berlin's Humboldt Forum Puts Delayed Opening in Doubt - A blast on the construction site of the troubled museum project damaged the building and injured a worker. By - Christopher F. Schuetze - and - Alex Marshall

3 hours ago

In the Movies, A.I. Wants to Help ... Until It Doesn't -- Five films that creatively show the good and the not-so-good of the relationship between smart machines and humans. -- Mekado Murphy

5 hours ago

When a Gaming Fantasy Is Eerily Close to Reality -- Plague Inc. has been around for eight years. In the coronavirus crisis, it's tapping into fears but also offering comfort. -- Stephen Totilo

5 hours ago

Artists Explore A.I., With Some Deep Unease -- Coming shows involve artificial intelligence, but underlying them is a concern: "What are we unleashing?" -- Ted Loos

5 hours ago

'Notes From an Apocalypse' Is a Timely Tour of Preparing for the Worst -- Mark O'Connell visited tricked-out bunkers, wilderness reserves, space-colonizing conferences and other places where people are getting ready for the end of the world as we know it. -- Jennifer Szalai

5 hours ago

Best of Late Night -- Late Night Says Wisconsin's Voting Day Is a 'Coronavirus All-You-Can-Eat Buffet' -- "I guess it's the Wisconsin way of showing New Hampshire that you can live free and die," Stephen Colbert joked of Wisconsin's voting. -- Trish Bendix

7 hours ago

What's on TV Wednesday: 'Parasite' and 'Modern Family' -- "Parasite" hits Hulu. And "Modern Family" airs its final episode on ABC. -- Gabe Cohn

9 hours ago

Those We've Lost -- David Driskell, 88, Pivotal Champion of African-American Art, Dies -- An artist himself, Professor Driskell recognized the role of black artists in the broader story of American art. He died of the coronavirus. -- Neil Genzlinger

16 hours ago