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Top Picks: The Can I Stream It? app, 'The Beatles Live at the Hollywood Bowl' album, and more

Julianne Moore shows her astonishing versatility in 'Maggie's Plan,' the app Gas Guru lets you save money on fuel, and more top picks.

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Top Picks: 'The White Helmets' on Netflix, Jacob Collier's album 'In My Room,' and more

The movie 'The Measure of a Man' is powerful, a Houston PBS interview with Gene Wilder offers insight into Wilder's acting and the origin of his movies with Mel Brooks, and more top picks.

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Top Picks: The Stray Birds' album 'Magic Fire,' the movie 'Captain America: Civil War,' and more

Norway's slow TV programming on Netflix is truly relaxing, the Afropop Closeups podcast is an intriguing listen, and more top picks.

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Top Picks: Inspiring Olympics moment, Peter Robinson’s novel 'When the Music’s Over,' and more

The app 'Verne: The Himalayas' offers dazzling visuals for children and adults, Lisa Hannigan's 'At Swim' is captivating, sombre, and otherworldly beautiful, and more top picks.

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How can public art be preserved and shared?

Artists, curators, and custodians of public art around the world are tackling the challenge of ensuring the names and stories behind the work are preserved and shared.

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Top Picks: 'The Jungle Book,' 'Building Star Trek, and more

A new companion version to Van Morrison's stirring 1974 live album '..It’s Too Late to Stop Now... Volumes II, III, IV & DVD' is a must, a video taking you behind the curtain with 'Harry Potter and the Cursed Child' set designer Christine Jones is tantalizing, and more top picks.

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Top Picks: 'The King and I' in theaters, the album 'case/lang/veirs,' and more

The film 'Hitchcock/Truffaut' depicts the meeting of two movie legends, the film 'The Family Fang' successfully manages the transition from tragic to uplifting, and more top picks.

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Top Picks: 'Fastball' on DVD and Blu-ray, the album 'We Are King,' and more

Photographer Oliver Curtis seeks a new perspective at global landmarks, an app tells you what chargers you need for an international trip, and more top picks.

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Top Picks: The movie 'Marguerite' on DVD and Blu-ray, the Avalanches' album 'Wildflower,' and more

The app Blue Plaques of London helps visitors and residents of London learn more about the city, the album 'Floodplain' by Sara Groves is gentle and thoughtful, and more top picks.

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Top Picks: 'Listen To Me Marlon' on DVD and Blu-ray, the 'Tides Near Me' app, and more top picks

'A Very Special Year,' by Thomas Montasser reminds us why books matter, the film 'Top Spin' is charming because of its teenage subjects, and more top picks.

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Top Picks: Margaret Glaspy's 'Emotions and Math,' the movie 'Mountains May Depart,' and more

Broadway stars work together to record a song following the Orlando shooting, the movie 'Embrace of the Serpent' casts a spell, and more top picks.

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Meet the new Iron Man: a black female teenager

In upcoming issues of Marvel comic books, Tony Stark will no longer be sporting the suit – MIT student Riri Williams will be taking on the world-famous superhero title.

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Why is 'Hamilton' one of the few acclaimed works of art to depict the American Revolution?

Pulitzer Prize and Tony-winning musical 'Hamilton' stands as the most celebrated work of art ever inspired by the American Revolution. Unlike other American conflicts, the Revolution is not often depicted on film, TV, stage, or in literature.

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Top Picks: Band of Horses' 'Why Are You OK,' 'Hail Caesar!' on DVD and Blu-ray, and more

Malcolm Gladwell turns to the podcast format with 'Revisionist History,' 'Hamilton' takes the spotlight at the Tony Awards, and more top picks.

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'Anastasia': Why the film is becoming a Broadway musical

A stage adaptation of 'Anastasia,' which starred voice talents of Meg Ryan, John Cusack, and Christopher Lloyd, will arrive on Broadway next spring.

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Top Picks: 'Francofonia' on DVD and Blu-ray, Paul Simon's 'Stranger to Stranger,' and more

HBO pays tribute to Muhammad Ali, The New Yorker’s The Author’s Voice podcast features authors such as Zadie Smith, Ian McEwan, and Lauren Groff reading their work aloud, and more top picks.

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'Hamilton' tickets come to Chicago. Is the musical's path unusual?

'Hamilton' is set to open in Chicago and London, and a national tour will launch this spring. What does the show's expansion mean for the theater business?

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This Broadway musical will be the first ever to be live-streamed

Later this month, a Broadway production will be live-streamed for the first time. Live musicals have returned on network TV, while the Royal National Theatre in London has been bringing its productions to movie theaters and other venues for some time.

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Top Picks: 'Good Times!' by the Monkees, '45 Years' on DVD and Blu-ray, and more

Charles Wright sings about faith and love in an uplifting and honest way on 'Something to Make You Feel Good,' acclaimed series 'Dancing On the Edge' stars major talents like Chiwetel Ejiofor and Jacqueline Bisset, and more top picks.

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Robert De Niro directs 'A Bronx Tale' on Broadway: Why the 1993 film was a hit

De Niro, who directed and starred in the movie version of 'A Bronx Tale,' will co-direct the Broadway musical adaptation of the story. Music and lyrics will be by Alan Menken and Glenn Slater.

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