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    The Best Classical Music Performances to See This FallPorgy and Bess returns, Kelli O’Hara sings with the New York Philharmonic, and more.
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    Anthony Roth Costanzo Is the Pharaoh We NeedThe countertenor brings the sexually ambiguous monarch of Philip Glass’s Akhnaten to the Met.
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    The Canadian Cree Artist Remixing History in the Met’s Great HallIsn’t Kent Monkman’s time-traveling, gender-fluid, indigenous sex goddess exactly what art needs right about now?
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    The Best and Biggest Art Shows to See to This FallFrom JR, Amy Sherald, Pope.L, and more.
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    Carmen Maria Machado’s Emotional ExorcismThe author follows up her debut story collection with a memoir of abuse that dances between genres.
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    8 New Podcasts to Listen to This FallA Dr. Death follow-up, a series on Dolly Parton, and more true-crime stories.
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    Plane-Crash Podcast Passenger List Podcast Is Ready for TakeoffThe serialized fiction podcast series revolves around a flight that goes missing over the Atlantic and the stories of the people onboard.
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    How Roselyn Keo’s Life Inspired the Hustlers MovieFrom stripper pole to tent pole.
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    The Best and Biggest Albums to Listen to This FallFrom Tame Impala, Charli XCX, FKA Twigs, and more. Plus, four not-to-miss concerts.
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    Jeff Tweedy on the Best and Worst of Wilco“Oh I’ve got reservations / About so many things.”
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    King Princess Is Ready for the ThroneIt’s time to bend the knee to Brooklyn queer pop royalty.
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    Ivo van Hove on Bringing West Side Story to Broadway“It’s an amazing story about contemporary life, about young people who get stuck in a cycle of violence.”
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    The Best and Biggest Theater Performances to See This FallThe Inheritance, Jagged Little Pill, Freestyle Love Supreme, and more.
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    A Way-Too-Early Guide to the Wild, Abbreviated 2020 Oscar SeasonThe 2020 Oscars ceremony will take place on February 9, about three weeks earlier than usual. How will that shake up the Academy Awards race?
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    The Best and Biggest Books to Read This FallFrom Margaret Atwood, Zadie Smith, Salman Rushdie, and more.
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    The Best and Biggest TV Shows to Watch This FallThe Morning Show, Watchmen, Nancy Drew, and more.
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    Regina King Finally Gets Her Theme MusicYou could say the actor has been a superhero for years. Now, on Watchmen, she finally gets to play one.
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    The Hustle Behind HustlersHow do you get a film about rich white men getting scammed made in an industry run by rich white men? First step: Get J.Lo to sign on.
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    The Best and Biggest Movies to See This FallCats, Frozen II, Little Women, and more.
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    Jurassic Park’s Screenwriter Wrote an Equally Terrifying Novel, and Loved ItDavid Koepp’s debut thriller, Cold Storage, stars a killer fungus and bored Midwesterners.
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    Robert Eggers on The Lighthouse, His Bleakly Gorgeous Follow-up to The WitchThe director places us in a remote 19th-century lighthouse, where two men — played by Willem Dafoe and Robert Pattinson — find themselves at odds.
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    Marisa Tomei’s Got That BiteShe’s playing the trying-to-be-merry widow Serafina in Tennessee Williams’s The Rose Tattoo.
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    Hollywood Almost Broke Renée Zellweger. Now She’s Back.After the Bridget Jones years, after the Harvey-at-Miramax years, after a long break from acting, the star is ready to play Judy Garland.
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    For the Season’s Biggest Debut Novel, Lara Prescott Goes Back to the USSRIn The Secrets We Kept, the author drew on newly unearthed CIA files and a family obsession with Dr. Zhivago.
  25. fall preview 2018
    11 New Video Games to Play This FallWill Fallout 76 live up to the hype?
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    10 New Podcasts to Listen to This FallSerial season three, a 99% Invisible mini-series, an investigation of Boston’s Gardner Museum heist, and more.
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    37 Classical and Dance Performances to See This FallEmma Portner, Nico Muhly, Julia Wolfe, Trisha Brown, and more.
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    31 New Albums to Listen to This FallFrom Paul McCartney, Cat Power, Yoko Ono, Prince, Kurt Vile, and more.
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    49 Must-See Art Shows Opening This FallFrom Daniel Arsham, Carmen Herrera, Irving Penn, and more.
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    The Future Belonged to Hilma af KlintThe 20th-century mystic and pioneering abstract painter finally gets taken seriously at the Guggenheim.
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    Jonathan Lethem Wrote a Mystery Novel to Beat His Trump BluesThe Feral Detective emphatically reasserts the notion that a novel can grapple with a cultural moment.
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    60 New Books to Read This FallFrom Gary Shteyngart, Bob Woodward, Michelle Obama, Jonathan Lethem, and more.
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    Bryan Cranston Knows Things Are BadThe actor on playing Network’s Howard Beale on Broadway and being filled with anxiety.
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    33 New (and 16 Returning) Shows to Watch This FallThe Romanoffs, BoJack Horseman, Charmed, and more.
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    Lil Rel on His Vision for His New Show RelTalking to the self-described TV-and-movie nerd, it’s clear that this is a moment he’s been preparing for his whole life.
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    42 Theater Performances to Catch This FallThe Ferryman, The Cher Show, To Kill a Mockingbird, and more.
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    Kiernan Shipka’s Season of the WitchSally Draper grows up on Netflix’s Chilling Adventures of Sabrina.
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    KiKi Layne Is the Rookie of the YearShe’s the star of Barry Jenkins’s Moonlight follow-up, If Beale Street Could Talk, which isn’t bad for a total newcomer.
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    Claire Foy on First Man, Anxiety, and Working With Damien ChazelleThe star of The Crown is in the midst of a professional stretch so frenetic it would probably send a lesser woman screaming into the night.
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    97 Movies to See This FallA Star Is Born, Suspiria, Boy Erased, and more.
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    What Do You Expect From Jonah Hill? How About ‘Director’?The actor and unlikely style icon on finding his true calling.
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    Troye Sivan Aims for Broad Pop Stardom by Getting PersonalWith his sophomore album Bloom, the 23-year-old Australian is learning how to be genuine on a mass scale but also how to keep a little to himself.
  43. 11 Things We Learned About Stranger Things Season Two Hanging With the KidsEleven may be slightly less obsessed with Eggos.
  44. from the archives
    Looking Back at 40-Plus Years of ‘Fall Preview’ PicksRocky seemed promising! But so did Cop Rock.
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    What to Know About Fall’s 11 Biggest Video-Game ReleasesGet those Guitar Hero fingers loose.
  46. Watch the Previews for ABC’s New Fall Comedies, ‘Black-ish’, ‘Selfie’, […] ABC is launching four new sitcoms this fall to replace the massive batch of ones they canceled last week, and they just released preview clips […]
  47. A Guide to the New Crop of Network ComediesThe broadcast networks canceled a whopping 18 comedies this year, which means there are a lot of holes to fill with new sitcoms come fall, […]
  48. Splitsider’s Fall Comedy Preview 2013: MoviesThe fall is typically a slow time for big screen comedies, with Oscar-baity dramas and smaller releases filling multiplexes during the autumnal […]
  49. Splitsider’s Fall Comedy Preview 2013: TVIt’s going to be an exciting fall TV season this time around. We have the brand new cable network FXX, SNL’s biggest transitional season in […]
  50. Watch Trailers for Yahoo!’s Five New Comedy Shows from Jack Black, Ed […]After getting into the original programming game last year with shows like Ken Marino’s Burning Love and Seth Morris’s First Dates with Toby […]
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