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Seems we're amused by all things Royal

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's behaviour, in the face of so many boring expeditions, appeared to be exemplary. Can the same be said for our TV coverage of their historic tour?

Britain's young royal family end Australian tour

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CANBERRA, Australia (AP) — Britain's Prince William and his wife, Kate, have ended their 10-day tour of Australia with veterans' day commemorations in the national capital.

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‘Reign’ recap: Brrr, it’s cold in here

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Another week of Reign, another week that I’m incredibly grateful that I’m a twenty-something who lives in 2014 and doesn’t
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New report calls U.S. a 'rising star' of global manufacturing

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A new ranking of the competitiveness of the world's top 25 exporting countries says the United States is once again a "rising star" of global manufacturing thanks to falling domestic natural gas prices, rising worker productivity and a lack of upward wage pressure.


Books of The Times: Nikil Saval’s ‘Cubed’ Tells the History of the Modern Workplace

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Books of The Times: Nikil Saval’s ‘Cubed’ Tells the History of the Modern Workplace
Nikil Saval’s new book, “Cubed,” explains the history of the modern office, and what it means that about 60 percent of us wound up in ... more

Three Guardian journalists nominated for the Orwell prize for journalism

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Three Guardian journalists nominated for the Orwell prize for journalism
Ghaith Abdul-Ahad, Aditya Chakrabortty and Jonathan Freedland are among the seven nominated for the prizeThree journalists from the Guardian have been nominated for this year's ... more

Matthew Weiner: By the Book

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Matthew Weiner: By the Book
The creator of “Mad Men” cites the impact of John Cheever’s fiction on the show: “Cheever has a voice filled with irony and comedy and ... more

Allen Ginsberg postcard condemns 'Red Lands' of eastern Europe

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Allen Ginsberg postcard condemns 'Red Lands' of eastern Europe
Beat legend's personal report of trip to communist bloc comes up for auction next monthA postcard from Allen Ginsberg, in which the Beat poet writes ... more

Jacques Le Goff obituary

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Jacques Le Goff obituary
Historian who reinterpreted the middle ages as an era of distinctive character and developmentThe French historian Jacques Le Goff, who has died at the age ... more
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Movie Review: Brick Mansions

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Reviewed by Adam Markovitz | --

'Jurassic World' First Look: 3 new photos

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By Tim Stack From the secretive set in Hawaii, a peek at Bryce Dallas Howard and more

William Hurt exits 'Midnight Rider'

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By Anthony Breznican Gregg Allman biopic targeted with a boycott after death of crew member in February

Movie Review: Young & Beautiful

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Reviewed by Chris Nashawaty | B

Movie Review: Locke

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Reviewed by Chris Nashawaty | A

Thee Oh Sees' Garage Rock Endures on Sorta-Surprise Release 'Drop'

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Like a liquor store within stumbling distance, garage-rock is there when you need it, and despite what crate-diggers might've feared when the Hives booked studio ... more

Anthony Bourdain on EDM: 'Am I Too Old? Or Just Non-Douchey?'

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Anthony Bourdain isn't known for pulling his punches, and the latest target of his mighty wit? EDM. The former SPIN contributor, http://www...

Marilyn Manson Debuts New Song in 'Salem' Title Credits

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This past Sunday, WGN America premiered its new series Salem, which fictionalizes the 17th century witch trials closely associated with the colonial Massachusetts town of ... more

Bruce Springsteen's 'I'm on Fire' Sped Up Sounds Like Dolly Parton

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There's a lot of ridiculous crap on the Internet that involves somehow mutilating the music we hold dear — speed-ups, slow-downs, mash-up, dubstep goats — ... more

Wavves Side Project Sweet Valley Team With Bay Area Bruiser DaVinci on Goofy-Great 'Ghetto Cuisine'

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Ghetto Cuisine is a collaboration between Sweet Valley, the beatmaking project from Wavves' Nathan Williams and his brother Kynan, and DaVinci, a cultish Bay Area ... more

Theater Review: ‘Cabaret’ Opens, With Alan Cumming and Michelle Williams

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Theater Review: ‘Cabaret’ Opens, With Alan Cumming and Michelle Williams
The Roundabout’s production of “Cabaret” is back at Studio 54 — now with Michelle Williams as Sally Bowles.

Theater Review: ‘The Great Immensity’ Gives Environmentalism Its Own Lyrics

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Theater Review: ‘The Great Immensity’ Gives Environmentalism Its Own Lyrics
“The Great Immensity,” at the Public Theater, features some hilariously depressing tunes about the dire state of the world and its beleaguered creatures.

Theater Review: ‘Address Unknown,’ a Drama in Letters, at Gould Hall

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“Address Unknown” is a stage adaptation of a book about two German friends who exchange letters in the early days of Hitler’s reign.

Theater Listings for April 25-May 1

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Theater Listings for April 25-May 1
A critical guide to productions in New York City, including shows in previews.

ArtsBeat: Video: Andy Warhol, ‘Hedwig’ and ‘Snow White’

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A look at some of the cultural highlights in New York this week.
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What’s on Friday

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Television highlights.

ArtsBeat: ‘The Americans’ Recap: the Oliver North Story

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ArtsBeat: ‘The Americans’ Recap: the Oliver North Story
Philip bares his teeth and rips up a Bible. Did that seem believable?

Hot Spots: Ads Look to Stand Out Amid the Political Clutter

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The 2014 election cycle has ushered in a rush of political advertising, with campaign ads airing as early as last spring and record-shattering spending for ... more

Critic’s Notebook: ‘Bad Teacher’ and ‘Black Box’ Have Their Premieres

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Critic’s Notebook: ‘Bad Teacher’ and ‘Black Box’ Have Their Premieres
Two new network television shows, “Bad Teacher” and “Black Box,” feature female characters who are torn in various ways.

Critic’s Notebook: Second Season of ‘Moone Boy’ to Begin on Hulu

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Critic’s Notebook: Second Season of ‘Moone Boy’ to Begin on Hulu
The second season of “Moone Boy,” the charming Irish-British television series, will be posted on Hulu beginning Thursday.