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October specials are making my mouth water 

I just recently became a Wildtree Represenative. I have come to realize life isn’t going to get any slower with 3 boys. I needed meals that are healthy and easy for my family. 72 more words


Popcast: Popcast: Finding the Joy (and Humor) in Bon Iver’s Pain

Justin Vernon’s new album, “22, a Million,” is his knottiest yet, abandoning many of the musical choices that informed much of his earlier music.

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Ian Bagley

Steve Reich at 80: Still Plugged In, Still Plugging Away

The composer, whose latest work will have its premiere on Nov. 1 at Carnegie Hall, muses about the trade-offs of technology.

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Ian Bagley

New York Public Library for the Performing Arts Acquires Its First Hip-Hop Archive

Much of the archive, of Michael Holman’s materials, is video: filmed underground performances by b-boys and break-dancers.

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Ian Bagley

Ghosts of Old Hollywood, as a Podcast

Karina Longworth is the host of the popular show “You Must Remember This,” which covers the golden age of cinema.

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Ian Bagley

Watching: What You Should Watch This Weekend: ‘Luke Cage’ and ‘Documentary Now!’

From the Watching team, expert TV and movie recommendations for the next few days.

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Ian Bagley

Report: Starbucks Is Now Testing Curbside Pickup

If you’re the kind of person who would rather fall asleep at your desk than venture inside a Starbucks during rush hour, avoiding the crush inside the store could change everything about your morning routine. 198 more words