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30  novembre     06h00
What to watch on Wednesday: Willow’ premieres on Disney Plus
Olivia McCormack    Wednesday Nov The th Annual Christmas in Rockefeller Center airs on NBC
Freddie Roman, stand-up staple of Borscht Belt circuit, dies at 85
Michael Rosenwald    He was among the dozens of Jewish comedians who honed their craft at the all inclusive resorts in the Catskill Mountains He joked that his cholesterol level was
Clarence Gilyard Jr., who had memorable role in Die Hard,’ dies at 66
From staff and wire reports    He was a regular on TV shows Matlock and Walker Texas Ranger and in his later film career he had roles in religiously themed dramas
29  novembre     21h01
A casino in hectic Times Square? This theater critic says heck no.
Peter Marks    Theater may be full of romantic notions about gambling but a choked cultural and tourist crossroads is nowhere to welcome bettors
At Round House Theatre, a literally magical Tempest’
Celia Wren    Produced in collaboration with the Folger Shakespeare s sorcery centric play is directed and adapted by Aaron Posner and the magician Teller
Irene Cara was an ’80s icon, but to artists of color, she was the future
Bethonie Butler    Irene Cara though best known for Fame and Flashdance always brought her full self to the stage proudly embracing her multicultural background
The Corridors of Power’: A devastating look at genocide and inaction
Michael O'Sullivan    Dror Moreh s lastest documentary examines the often disheartening political calculus that goes into decisions about how to respond to violence
Will Smith tells Trevor Noah I’m a flawed human’ after Oscars slap
Annabelle Timsit    The actor said in an interview on the Daily Show that he lost it when he slapped Chris Rock at the th Academy Awards
Whodunit? In Anthony Horowitz’s new novel, the villain may be the author.
Carol Memmott    The Twist of a Knife toys with readers expectations mixing fact and fiction to create a witty entertaining murder mystery
The Magic Kingdom,’ by Russell Banks, reveals a paradise lost
Ron Charles    The Magic Kingdom by Russell Banks reveals how a utopian Shaker community in Florida rose and fell in the early th century
Amy Grant conquered Christian music. That was just her first act.
Emily Yahr    Amy Grant will become the first contemporary Christian music star to receive the Kennedy Center Honors The award caps a traumatic year for the beloved singer
How Queen Sugar’ changed the lives of its female directors
Geoff Edgers    Queen Sugar directors Kat Candler Cierra Glaudé DeMane Davis Shaz Bennett and Patricia Cardoso talk about how the show helped their careers
Rob Delaney’s book, about the loss of his son, sings with life
Nora McInerny    In A Heart That Works the Catastrophe star ruminates on the death of his toddler from a brain tumor
A thrilling cross-country race that helped spawn modern aviation
Andrea Pitzer    In The Great Air Race John Lancaster tells the story of men who gave their lives so that we might one day have carry ons and same day coast to coast flights
A new book on the war in Ukraine tries to tell a story in progress
Joshua Keating    If journalism is the first draft of history Luke Harding s Invasion feels something like a first revision
What to watch on Tuesday: My So-Called High School Rank’ airs on HBO
Olivia McCormack    Tuesday Nov The Laughter Secrets of Love Actually Years Later A Diane Sawyer Special premieres on ABC
Joyce Bryant, bronze blond bombshell’ of the 1950s, dies at 95
Emily Langer    One of the major Black nightclub singers of her era she left entertainment in to pursue missionary work but later returned to the stage as an opera singer
Hans Magnus Enzensberger, German poet and intellectual, dies at 93
Harrison Smith    His unorthodox poems and essays made him one of postwar Germany s leading authors He also found a global audience with his children s book The Number Devil
28  novembre     22h45
Jon Batiste to headline Biden’s first state dinner, serenade Macron
Jada Yuan    The Grammy winning musician and former bandleader on The Late Show With Stephen Colbert gets another high point in a year full of them
How gaslighting’ became Merriam-Webster’s word of the year
Brittany Shammas    In this age of misinformation of fake news conspiracy theories Twitter trolls and deepfakes gaslighting has emerged as a word for our time the dictionary company said
U2 has stayed together since 1976. It hasn’t always been easy.
Geoff Edgers    As U approaches a staggering years together the foursome has remained intact and more compellingly an active creative unit
Ghostburger, that pandemic pop-up, is now ready for its close-up
Tim Carman    The owners behind Espita and Las Gemelas created the burger pop up to generate income during the pandemic Ghostburger is now a permanent part of the Shaw scene