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MoviePass Has Officially Shut Down, And We Don’t Know If There Will Be A Sequel

The service announced Friday that it would be suspending service for an undefined amount of time.

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MoviePass Has Officially Shut Down, And We Don’t Know If There Will Be A Sequel

The service announced Friday that it would be suspending service for an undefined amount of time.

(Image credit: Richard Drew/AP)

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Not My Job: We Quiz WNBA Star Tina Charles, A Former UConn Husky, On Huskies

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‘Don’t You Forget About’ This Charming, Deliciously Dramatic Romance

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What Happened To The American Dream? ‘Transaction Man’ Aims To Explain

Nicholas Lemann's book seeks to put into context the turn that, little more than a decade ago, led to a caving economy — and takes a look at where things have gone since.

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The Next Stage: How Young Venezuelan Artists Continue Their Studies In The U.S.

More than 200,000 Venezuelans have fled to South Florida in recent years. Now, with the help of Miami arts programs, young dancers and musicians are getting scholarships to keep doing what they love.

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You’ll Want To Open Every One Of ‘The Ten Thousand Doors Of January’

Alix E. Harrow's debut novel, about a young woman growing up in a mysterious mansion at the turn of the last century, will lead you on a journey through books within books and worlds within worlds.

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In ‘Something Deeply Hidden,’ Sean Carroll Argues There Are Infinite Copies Of You

The physicist dives into fraught territory, taking up the age-old debate over quantum mechanics — aiming to convince readers that the Many Worlds interpretation is the one that describes reality.

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‘The Accusation’ Tracks The False Narrative Of Blood Libel

Edward Berenson looks at what led up to the false narrative that Jewish people murder Christian children and use their blood, its perpetuation, and the single 1928 U.S. allegation of blood libel.

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The ‘Hustlers’ Grab Back In This Crime Story With A Feminist Twist

Inspired by an article in New York magazine, Hustlers is a giddy, energetic film about a band of New York strippers who start ripping off their rich, finance-world clients.

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