January 17, 2020

 
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Top Stories - Arts & Entertainment
January 17th
A painting found in the walls of Italian art gallery has been verified as an original Gustav Klimt, which was originally stolen nearly 23 years ago.
January 17th
Jury selection for the trial of ex-media mogul Harvey Weinstein has finished, setting the stage for his trial to begin next week.
January 17th
Rapper Eminem released a surprise album called Music to Be Murdered By, along with a video calling for changes to gun laws.
January 17th
Sandee Ewasiuk, 55, who teaches at the Art Gallery of Burlington and the Dundas Valley School of Art, is selling paintings of images she took in Australia with all proceeds going directly to the WIRES Australian Wildlife Rescue Organization. 
January 17th
The mother of 14, affectionately known to Quebecers as "Maman Dion," died Thursday, surrounded by family.
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January 17th
Pop spectacles, Janet's nipple, Springsteen's marathon, Left Shark and loads of soul revues – we've seen 'em all
January 17th
Toad the Wet Sprocket also onboard for 34-date trek
January 17th
New Jersey songwriter snubs out his last cigarette in a beguilingly personal track off new album 'Local Honey'
January 17th
A group of misfit youngsters form their own Birdies troop and take on their hoity-toity rivals in a movie you've seen a million times before
January 17th
The most painful parts of the late rapper's new single are the rays of light that poke through
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January 17th
Michael Lind’s “The New Class War” sees class divisions at the heart of America’s current political divide.
January 17th
Published in Hungary in 1970 and now translated into English for the first time, “Abigail” is a fable-like story set at a girls’ boarding school during wartime.
January 17th
For the American hero of “Cleanness,” part of the allure of Bulgaria is that it is disintegrating around him.
January 17th
The narrator of Jessica Andrews’s first novel, “Saltwater,” is a university graduate from the working class, trying to find her place in the wider world.
January 17th
In “The Age of Entitlement,” Christopher Caldwell argues that the source of today’s political divisions can be found in the reforms of the 1960s.
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December 9th
An essential new vinyl box set collects all of the trailblazing Olympia band’s records. It is a monument to the spartan trio’s music and their seismic influence on the indie rock that followed in their wake.
December 6th
A 149-minute anthology maps the UK producer’s expanding multiverse, gathering nearly every solo tune he released on Hyperdub in a fertile, eight-year run of EPs full of surprises (and vinyl crackle).
December 2nd
This five-disc set, which includes concert footage, B-sides, and demos, delivers what box sets of this kind almost never do: the thrill of discovery.
November 19th
The latest posthumous album from the groundbreaking artist feels like one of his truest, 19 “demos” that reveal his elegant songwriting, his disregard for genre, and his boundless mind.
November 14th
The Byrds frontman’s deliriously opulent solo work was misunderstood upon release, but this lavish repackaging restores a spiritual singer-songwriter classic.