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A Stand-Up Talks About Depression. He Hopes You’ll Laugh.

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Chris Gethard’s new show, “Career Suicide,” which explores his anxiety as well as his public missteps, might seem like an odd choice for comedy.
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Tehran, June 28, IRNA -- Deputy Head of the Cultural Heritage and Handicrafts Organization Mohammad-Hassan Talebi said Iran will lodge a complaint at the Hague if the US court rules against the Islam
The bandleader Paul Shaffer will host the festival, which is to include performances from many of the musicians whose careers were shaped there.
Beijing, June 28, IRNA – Islamic Republic News Agency (IRNA) managing director and the Japanese Asahi newspaper managing editor discussed ways to expand mutual cooperation.
The director discusses a sequence featuring Colin Farrell and Kirsten Dunst.
The company’s 25th year under Kevin McKenzie will feature premieres by Alexei Ratmansky, Jessica Lang and Benjamin Millepied.
Sofia Coppola narrates a sequence featuring Colin Farrell and Kirsten Dunst.
The director, Nigel Redden, announced on Wednesday that he would leave the position after this summer’s festival, his 20th.
Marilyn Monroe is still known for her blond hair, red lips and luxurious wardrobe and one of her iconic gowns is making a stop in Saskatchewan.
Just ahead of Peter Mansbridge's final broadcast as anchor of The National this week, the chief correspondent of CBC News is being honoured by CBC st
Few Canadians know the name of the composer of our national anthem, let alone the fact he also composed the music for an operetta entitled TIQ: Settl
This week’s arc led viewers to believe there would be a physical altercation between black and white hopefuls, but it delivered only a deception.
Publisher HarperCollins says the creator of the globe-trotting, Wellington boot-wearing bear, has died at 91.
The character — disaster-prone but good-natured and always polite — was the hero of children’s novels, picture books and animated television series.
Beijing, June 28, IRNA – The second non-governmental forum of the Conference on Interaction and Confidence-Building Measures in Asia (CICA) was opened today in China’s capital.
Mr. Colbert found something he has in common with President Trump: Both enjoyed taking shots at CNN this week.
“Will,” which features the playwright in his formative years, is heavy on the tattoos and piercings.
Take a 360-degree tour through “Lumen,” Jenny Sabin’s photoluminescent installation at MoMA PS1. Ms. Sabin won the museum’s Young Architects Program.
Presentation of the first Azerbaijani-Chinese dictionary took place in Beijing on June 27.
The third TENGRI music 2017 festival will be held in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan on June 28-29.
Mardakan Cultural Center has host a concert dedicated to the Ramadan Holiday.
The concert "Land of Fire" was held at the Fountain Square this weekend to welcome F1 fans.
Saint-Petersburg hosts an exhibition of Azerbaijani artists and sculptures.
A South Korean girl embarks on an odyssey to save her massive pet pig in “Okja.” And Liza finds that telling the truth isn’t as easy as she had hoped in “Younger.”
Ms. Allen’s dense but agile piano playing formed a bridge between jazz’s midcentury past and its stylistically diffuse present.
Mr. Nyqvist starred in television shows and movies in Sweden, becoming a star in the country, before playing villains in Hollywood thrillers.
I. Marlene King, the showrunner for “Pretty Little Liars,” discusses the Freeform mystery series, which wrapped up its run on Tuesday night.
In Meghan Kennedy’s kitchen-table drama at the Roundabout, an immigrant Italian family in 1960 seems ready to explode. Then it does.
“Tiger, Tiger,” Ms. Fragoso’s graphic account of her relationship with a much older man, was considered one of the more notable books of the year when it was released in 2011.
Mr. Benson believed in the painterly impact of reproducing the work of photographers like Irving Penn, Lee Friedlander and Helen Levitt on an offset printing press.
Mr. Cosby’s publicists had said that he hoped to speak to groups this summer, but his lawyer said such appearances are unlikely until after the retrial.
This year, 74 of the nation’s most talented theatrical hopefuls took the stage for the Jimmy Awards, now in its ninth year.
Each June, two students are chosen as winners of the Jimmy Awards, a sort of Tonys for teenagers. Step into their high-kicking world as 74 theatrical hopefuls from around the country compete for stard
François Pinault’s contemporary art collection will be housed in one of Paris’s historic rotundas, which is being renovated by the architect Tadao Ando.
The director Edgar Wright brought in a choreographer best known for music videos like Sia’s “Chandelier” to map out every beat of the action.

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