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The Composer Who Owns Christmas

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Choirs around the world sing John Rutter’s works, but their tuneful accessibility has kept him from a place in the pantheon of serious composers.
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Minnesota Public Radio provided additional details of allegations of sexual harassment against humorist Garrison Keillor on Tuesday, saying his alleg
In a letter to listeners, Minnesota Public Radio pushed back on Mr. Keillor’s account that all he’d done was touch a woman’s back. The network cut ties with him last year.
The board of the theater met a day after The New York Times published a story detailing accusations by multiple women.
In a letter to listeners, Minnesota Public Radio pushed back on Mr. Keillor’s account that all he’d done was touch a woman’s back. The network cut ties with him last year.
Ms. MacKinnon will succeed Carey Perloff as the head of the American Conservatory Theater, a prominent regional institution.
Iranian artist Morteza Khosravi’s latest exhibition at Artlab seeks to explore the relationship between infinity, change and the continuity of time, through the nude female form.
In a first for Lebanon, The Insult (Case No. 23), by Lebanese writer-director Ziad Doueiri, was nominated for an Academy Award in the Foreign Language Film category Tuesday afternoon.
The Paramount Network, a new cable channel, announces its arrival with a six-episode retelling of the 1993 Branch Davidian shootout and siege.
Mr. Whitten began as an Abstract Expressionist but was always eager to explore other genres and ways of painting.
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The conductor made the orchestra a force in contemporary music and led its musicians through financial difficulties and labor unrest.
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The first woman to be nominated in the category talks about career dreams, her job (she says it’s gender-neutral) and her next movie, “Black Panther.”
The collector and philanthropist Valeria Napoleone has made buying and backing female artists her central undertaking.
Michael Kahn’s production for the Shakespeare Theater Company provides Elsinore with a new arsenal that includes smartphones and surveillance cameras.
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