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Thursday, July 09, 2020 7:23 PM ET

New York Times - Entertainment

New York as a Biking City? It Could Happen. And It Should.

13 hours ago

My Favorite Summer Blockbuster

2 hours ago

Carl Reiner, Perfect

9 hours ago

Storm King Reopens for the Art-Starved

1 hour ago

Review: 'P-Valley' Has All the Right Moves

9 hours ago

5 Arrested in Connection With Pop Smoke Killing

6 hours ago

'The Old Guard' Review: Fighting to the Death, and Beyond

2 hours ago

'Palm Springs' Review: Déjà Vu All Over Again

2 hours ago

How André Holland and Company Brought 'Richard II' to Radio

2 hours ago

Exit Arias: What Opera Can Teach Us About Dying

9 hours ago

The Dance on Camera Festival, When Dance Is Only on Camera

9 hours ago

A Swiss Dada Pioneer Finally Gets Her Spotlight

2 hours ago

Review: Covid Responders Have Their Harrowing Say in 'The Line'

2 hours ago

7 Things to Do This Weekend

2 hours ago

New York Zoos and Aquarium Plan to Open this Month -- If all goes as planned with the state's reopening, the public will be allowed back to see the animals starting on July 24. -- Julia Jacobs

2 hours ago

Watching -- How Much Watching Time Do You Have This Weekend? -- Check out an Australian kids show that is legitimately entertaining for viewers of all ages, or a sharp Canadian dramedy starring Kim Cattrall. -- Margaret Lyons

3 hours ago

Netflix Renews 'The Crown' for a Sixth Season After All -- In January, the streaming service said the series would end after its fifth season. But it became clear that an additional season was needed to "do justice" to the story, the show's creator said. -- Derrick Bryson Taylor

3 hours ago

With Stores Closed, Barnes & Noble Does Some Redecorating -- Retail locations shuttered during lockdowns, so the company spruced up hundreds of its stores as the first step in a bigger plan. -- Elizabeth A. Harris

3 hours ago

Editors' Choice -- 9 New Books We Recommend This Week -- Suggested reading from critics and editors at The New York Times.

6 hours ago

N.Y.C. Paints 'Black Lives Matter' in Front of Trump Tower - The public art project is the latest battle in a feud between President Trump and Mayor Bill de Blasio. By - Michael Gold - and - Daniel E. Slotnik

3 hours ago

Album Review -- Redman, Mehldau, McBride and Blade Take Another Spin, 26 Years Later -- A quartet of jazz all-stars returns with its players — and its philosophy — in a different phase of life. -- Giovanni Russonello

7 hours ago

Art Reviews -- 2 Art Gallery Shows to Explore From Home -- Galleries and museums are getting creative about presenting work online during the coronavirus crisis. Here are two shows worth viewing virtually.

6 hours ago

The Timely Agitation of Run the Jewels - Killer Mike and El-P's anti-government and pro-justice hip-hop feels like it anticipated the current moment.

9 hours ago

A Melania Trump Statue Is Set on Fire. Its Patron Gets Inspired. -- The American artist who commissioned the work near the first lady's Slovenian hometown said he wanted to interview the arsonists. "There's a lot of buzz around the destruction of monuments," he noted. -- Elian Peltier

8 hours ago