June 18, 2019

 
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Top Stories - Arts & Entertainment
June 18th
Jamaica's central bank thinks the country's economy is doing very well, and it is using an instantly recognizable symbol of the island to get this message to the people: reggae music.
June 18th
Representatives from the city and a new studio group have announced plans to build a massive film and TV hub on the Barton-Tiffany Lands in central Hamilton.
June 18th
Megadeth's Dave Mustaine says he has been diagnosed with throat cancer.
June 18th
Dwayne (The Rock) Johnson said embracing himself allowed him to carve his own space in the entertainment industry and become one of its biggest stars, while Dan Levy shared a message about love and kindness after winning best comedic performance for …
June 18th
Emails filed in an ongoing lawsuit show novelist Nicholas Sparks chastised a former headmaster at the private Christian school in North Carolina he runs for promoting a pro-gay "agenda." Sparks denies he discriminates.
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June 18th
Simon had no idea the little girl next to him was going to make up her own words to the song, but he just went with it
June 18th
As streaming platforms grow, indie labels are becoming increasingly concerned about how the numbers can be manipulated
June 18th
Campaign 2020 is shaping up as a contest of populist visions
June 18th
Nelson and Grateful Dead bassist's sons also join in for rousing sing-along of "Will the Circle Be Unbroken" and "I'll Fly Away"
June 18th
Los Angeles pop trio will tour in support of sophomore album Saves the World , out September 6th
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June 18th
“The Dry Heart” presents a troubled marriage and a murder, and “Happiness, as Such” is about a man who flees home, leaving chaos in his wake.
June 18th
“The Capital,” by the Austrian novelist Robert Menasse, depicts an E.U. bureaucracy rived by conflict and infighting and ripe for satire.
June 18th
Julie Salamon’s “An Innocent Bystander: The Killing of Leon Klinghoffer” recounts an episode that introduced Americans to terrorism long before 9/11.
June 17th
The writing in Reines’s new collection is queer and raunchy, raw and occult and vulnerable as she moves between worlds in search of the divine and the self.
June 17th
In her Graphic Content column, Hillary Chute looks at new works from Mark Alan Stamaty and Jaime Hernandez that each grapple with urban existence.
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June 13th
A mammoth, 14-CD box set released to accompany Martin Scorcese’s documentary captures the 1975 tour in all its ragged glory.
June 8th
A new reissue collects the work of the pioneering icons of queer punk, whose uncompromising approach and knowing intimacies made them pre-Tumblr beacons of community.
June 7th
Hearing Prince sing these songs that he gave to other performers brings you close to the pulse of his artistry: transgressive, funky, sexy, a testament to his genius even in the form of demos.
June 1st
The L.A.-based Sprague steps away from her indie pop trio Florist for rippling, patient, and redemptive ambient drone works for modular synthesizers.
May 25th
Reissued on vinyl some 40 years after its initial release, Don Cherry’s sprawling, free, ecstatic masterwork defined what came to be known as “world” music.