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This Week in Arts: 'Stan & Ollie,' Winter Jazzfest, Marie Kondo on Netflix - The New York Times

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This Week in Arts: 'Stan & Ollie,' Winter Jazzfest, Marie Kondo on Netflix - The New York Times

This Week in Arts: 'Stan & Ollie,' Winter Jazzfest, Marie Kondo on Netflix - The New York Times

This Week in Arts: 'Stan & Ollie,' Winter Jazzfest, Marie Kondo on Netflix - The New York Times

The Chicago sextet Herculaneum at Kenny's Castaways. Credit Willie Davis for The New York Times. At best, Winter Jazzfest ...

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The Right Backdrop for Art Is Bold. Or Maybe It's Neutral?

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Jazz in June: Sorting Through the Abundance

What to See in New York Art Galleries This Week

Marie Kondo helps California family declutter with KonMari method

Review: 'The Gospel According to André' Barely Scratches the Surface

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31 Art Exhibitions to View in N.Y.C. This Weekend - The New York Times

The Vision Festival honors Peter Brötzmann this year. Credit Oliver Heisch/European Pressphoto Agency

Slandering the Unborn

A Shutdown for Weeks? Washington Merely Shrugs - The New York Times

What's on TV Tuesday: 'Tidying Up With Marie Kondo' and 'Doctor Who'

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The pianist Fabian Almazan. Credit Willie Davis for The New York Times

What's on TV Saturday: 'Winter Castle' and 'Twilight'

What's the Deal With That Guy's Fluffy Hair?

Payton harps on Saints' 'fundamentals' as playoff approach

Marie Kondo, in Reverse: How to Fill a Space

Tapestry earnings Q4 2018

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This Week in Arts: 'Stan & Ollie,' Winter Jazzfest, Marie Kondo on Netflix - LIGHTLYNEWS.COM

Noah and the Whale: From left, Charlie Fink and his bandmates Urby Whale and Tom Hobden at the Mercury Lounge on the Lower East Side on Monday.

Recuerdos, Fotos, Negras, Laurel And Hardy

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Dana Rossi, the creator and host of the Soundtrack Series with storytellers, at Le Poisson Rouge. Credit Spencer Ritenour

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Winter TV Preview: 'True Detective,' 'Carmen Sandiego' and 19 More

Suit Up for Winter Jazzfest, with New Music by Ralph Peterson's Messenger Legacy and More

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Fall for Dance Dai Jian, near right, and Alex Speedie of Shen Wei Dance Arts in “Rite of Spring,” part of this festival at City Center.

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Dance Parties on the Hudson and in Prospect Park

... Benjamin Ord and Fukiko Takase, in Wayne McGregor's “FAR” at Montclair State University in New Jersey. Credit Karsten Moran for The New York Times

Skyline steps: Mario Bermudez Gil's “Sexy Silly Solo Samba,” on the rooftop of the Westbeth Center for the Arts as part of the WestFest Dance Festival.

Facing Campus Protests, 'Hamilton' Will Relocate Puerto Rico Run

Lumberob in “Performa Ha!,” who told a story in the guise of a frustrated teacher. Credit Paula Court

A Visit From Europe's Do-It-All Artist

The bassist Ben Williams. Credit Willie Davis for The New York Times

Madeline Wong and Damiano Artale in the title roles of Joëlle Bouvier's “Romeo and Juliet.” Credit Nancy Palmieri for The New York Times

"new you": Eva Mohn, with Jon Guymon, played the hostess and dominated this 2008 Johannes Wieland work this week at the Merce Cunningham Studio.

Madden talks about the alchemy of the British sensation “Bodyguard,” the end of “Game of Thrones” and how he keeps his cool under the paparazzi's glare.. ...

Warren Ellis performing at I'll Be Your Mirror, the city edition of All Tomorrow's Parties, at Pier 36. Credit Karsten Moran for The New York Times

At the NYC Winter Jazzfest, Learning How Less Can Be More

"Too shy to stare," a performance with Megan Harrold and Matthew Morris masked as the same audience member, at the Old School. Credit Paula Lobo for The New ...

I missed the last @BristolJazzFest I won'

Kings of Salsa: Roclan González Chavez, second from left, with dancers in his show, at the Lehman Center. Credit Julieta Cervantes for The New York Times

... with Dai Jian, center, Elena Demyanenko, left, and Tamara Riewe, in “Foray Forêt” at Dance Theater Workshop. Credit Andrea Mohin/The New York Times

The Screaming Men's Choir is featured in “Sorry Speech,” a 2010 work being shown in the “North by New York” exhibition. Credit Petri Sirviö

Shepley Metcalf singing, with the pianist Ron Roy, the bassist Chris Rathbun and the drummer Gene Roma. Credit Richard Termine for The New York Times

Strange Cargo From left, Giulia Carotenuto, Luke Murphy and Jeremy Xido at St. John the Divine. Credit Julieta Cervantes for The New York Times

Brian Stokes Mitchell, accompanied by Marvin Laird, performing at Alice Tully Hall. Credit Hiroyuki Ito for The New York Times

Some moments that I am thankful for in 2018! (L-R: Toronto SoundIMAGE show

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Jazz Gallery All-Stars, a group of bandleaders and composers, at Symphony Space on Friday, the second night of the CareFusion Jazz Festival.

Taylor 2 Gives a Paul Taylor Sampler at Pace - Review - The New York Times

I Dreaded Winter Until My Newborn Taught Me to Embrace It

Members of the Vanaver Caravan performing in "Pastures of Plenty" at One New York Plaza. Credit Sara Krulwich/The New York Times

Aszure Barton & Artists in Ms. Barton's “Busk,” which was unveiled at the Baryshnikov Arts Center over the weekend. The piece is set to live Gypsy music and ...

Hurling Thunderbolts From the Floor

Lainie Kazan performing at Feinstein's at Loews Regency on Wednesday. Credit Richard Termine for The New York Times

Review: In 'Spettacolo,' a Tuscan Town Where All the World's a Stage

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Kate Nash, sitting behind a light-bulb-covered keyboard, performing numbers from her albums, including the newest one, “My Best Friend Is You,” at Terminal ...

Casia Vengoechea and Spencer Dickhaus, front, and Minyoung Lee and Viktor Usov in “Maa.” Credit Andrea Mohin/The New York Times

Carolee Schneemann Conjures Days of Judson Dance Theater - The New York Times

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Members of the Michael Clark Company, joined by a large group of nonprofessional dancers, in “Who's Zoo?” at the Whitney Biennial 2012. Credit Paula Court

Roy Assaf in the solo “My Favorite Things,” from Emanuel Gat on Saturday (using John Coltrane's interpretation of the song). Credit Richard Termine for The ...

zoe | juniper's 'Crack in Everything' at New York Live Arts

Urban Bush Women, led by their associate artistic director, Christine King, at the Harlem Stage Gatehouse. Credit Michelle V. Agins/The New York Times

Members of City Ballet in Jerome Robbins's “Glass Pieces.” Credit Paul Kolnik/New York City Ballet

Christopher Monroe and Tamara Hurwitz Pullman, at left, in “The Matter of Origins.” Credit Julieta Cervantes for The New York Times

Flex Is Kings Live This introduction to the street-dance movement called flexing, presented at powerHouse Books as part of the Dumbo Arts Festival in ...

River to River Festival Members of the Streb Extreme Action Company performing “Human Fountain” at the World Financial Center Plaza as part of the River to ...

Juilliard Students in 'New Dances' at Sharp Theater - Review - The New York Times

185th Annual: An Invitational Exhibition of Contemporary American Art at the National Academy Museum; above, “Bombay Beach” (2008), Alison Elizabeth ...

Sara Juli, in white above, created a dance to Britney Spears's “Toxic” as a wedding surprise for her husband, Chris Ajemian, in 2006.

Kevin Bowers' Nova swings into NYC Winter Jazzfest for first out-of-state

Korhan Basaran's 'Dance' at Ailey Citigroup - Review - The New York Times

... left, and Lauren Fadeley in the premiere of Matthew Neenan's “Switch Phase” at this Colorado festival. Credit Erin Baiano for The New York Times

Melanie Maar's 'Spaces and Bones' at Chocolate Factory - Review - The New York Times