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  1. PhotoCreditAndrew White for The New York Times; Ramsay de Give for The New York Times

    Theater Artists of Color Enumerate Demands for Change

    A 29-page document released this week amounts to a call for wholesale restructuring of the system, onstage and backstage, on Broadway and beyond.

    By Michael Paulson

  2. PhotoCreditSamuel Trotter for The New York Times

    Gina Prince-Bythewood Made a Summer Blockbuster. It’s About Time.

    With “The Old Guard” on Netflix, the director of “Love & Basketball” becomes the first Black woman to make a comic-book film: “We don’t get the assumption we can do it, so we have to prove we can.”

    By Kyle Buchanan

  3. PhotoCreditSimbarashe Cha for The New York Times

    Newark Artists, Thriving Amid Crisis and Catharsis

    Laid low by the coronavirus crisis, the city’s artists were then raised on the energy of protests. They have been on the front lines all the while.

    By Siddhartha Mitter


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  1. Children’s Books

    3 Picture Books: How to Hike, Camp, Relax in the Great Outdoors

    For families ready to roam free, these illustrated guides celebrate the physical joys of wide-open spaces.

    By Pat Cummings

  2. Yacht Rock Revue Kicks Off First Night of Drive-In Concerts in Indiana

    Live Nation’s outdoor music series attracted many captain hats, but few masks (which weren’t required).

    By Sarah Bahr

  3. Metropolitan Opera Will Livestream Its Biggest Stars

    Starting on July 18, 12 professionally shot recitals will be broadcast from idyllic locations around the world. The price of admission: $20.

    By Zachary Woolfe

  4. Hindu God in a Music Video? A K-Pop Band Runs Afoul of Fans

    A tempest over the band Blackpink’s use of a Hindu god in a video was the latest example of K-pop fans holding artists to account — while staying fiercely loyal.

    By Tiffany May and Su-Hyun Lee

  5. What’s on TV Saturday: ‘Bloody Nose, Empty Pockets’ and ‘Unidentified’

    Watch an experimental film about bar regulars, and Tom DeLonge’s U.F.O. series returns.

    By Lauren Messman

  6. Marga Richter, Composer in a Male-Dominated Era, Dies at 93

    During a career that began in the 1940s and stretched into this century, she often felt she and other women were slighted.

    By Neil Genzlinger

  7. Earl Cameron, Barrier-Breaking British Actor, Is Dead at 102

    In the 1950s and ’60s, when Black leading men and women were virtually nonexistent on British screens, he became a star. He continued to make movies into his 90s.

    By Steven Kurutz

  8. ‘It Would Be Like Losing a Little Bit of Me’: TikTok Users Respond to Potential U.S. Ban

    Gen Z and millennial users have found community on the app, particularly during the last few isolating months. And for some of them, it’s their livelihood.

    By Taylor Lorenz

  9. Crime

    Murder, Murder, Everywhere

    In Marilyn Stasio’s new column, the bodies pile up so fast it’s hard to keep count.

    By Marilyn Stasio

  10. Fiction

    A Novel About 3 Generations of Cherokee Women (and No-Good Men)

    “Crooked Hallelujah,” by Kelli Jo Ford, spans decades and follows hardscrabble lives in Oklahoma.

    By Julia Scheeres


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