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Fine Arts & Exhibits: Trading Sports Memorabilia, Not Just for Love but for Money

“I feel fortunate because it’s like having your cake and eating it, too,” Mr. Shanus said. “You get...

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Remembering Jacqueline du Pré, an Icon of the Cello

Mr. Barenboim acknowledged that Ms. du Pré’s knowledge of music theory “left a bit to be desired, to...

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What’s on TV Friday: ‘Michael Jackson’s Halloween’ and a Joan Didion Documentary

Photo Quintana Roo Dunne, John Gregory Dunne and Joan Didion. Credit John Bryson/Netflix Michael Jackson becomes animated for...

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Paul Newman Rolex Sells at Auction for Record $17.8 Million

In August, The New York Times described the excitement surrounding the sale of the Rolex, which had for...

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Review: ‘M. Butterfly’ Returns to Broadway on Heavier Wings

Still reading? O.K. In “M. Butterfly,” our not-so-bright Gallimard — a French embassy official stationed in Beijing in...

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Weinstein Sues Weinstein Company, Demanding Access to Records

Photo Harvey Weinstein claimed in a lawsuit that he needs access to records and emails controlled by his...

Craig Forbes and Sarah Gotham
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Talk of Weinstein Dominates Women’s Ceremony in a Hollywood ‘Unmoored’

Could? More like will.#catchthebastards#BelieveWomenhttps://t.co/4KoHt71NwK

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Comedy in NYC This Week

Photo Demetri Martin performing in Beverly Hills, Calif., in May. See listing below. Credit Kevin Winter/Getty Images Our...

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Lee Ann Womack Returns to Her Roots, Singing ‘to the Common Man’

At a young age, when many of her peers were taken with television’s chipper singing characters, Ms. Womack...

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Classical Music in NYC This Week

Photo Daniil Trifonov at Carnegie Hall in December 2016. See listing below. Credit Julieta Cervantes for The New...