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At Sundance, Two Films Look at Abortion and the Jane Collective

In the years leading up to Roe v. Wade, a Chicago group helped thousands of women obtain the procedure safely. A documentary and a feature tell their story.

Broadway Meets the Avant-Garde in a Juilliard Music Festival

Focus, a weeklong event starting Sunday, delves into the broad range of American sounds in the first half of the 20th century.

Everett Lee, Who Broke Color Barriers on the Conductor’s Podium, Dies at 105

He was known as the first Black conductor on Broadway and the first to conduct a white orchestra in the South. Mr. Lee went on to a successful career in Europe.

A Dollhouse You Could Call Home

Carrie Stettheimer spent 19 years decorating this tiny house, on view at the Museum of the City of New York. She even asked Duchamp to reprise his most famous nude — at three inches.

A New Coalition Amplifies Disability Culture in the Music Industry

RAMPD, an organization of professional disabled musicians, will push for accessibility in the music industry, including adding visible ramps to awards show stages.

‘The Tiger Rising’ Review: A Cage of Clichés

A lonely boy finds an ally when he discovers a caged tiger in a forest behind his home, but imagination is somehow short-lived in this children’s movie.

Review: ‘As We See It,’ Where the Quest for ‘Normal’ Is Extraordinary

This dramedy from Jason Katims brings three young adults on the autism spectrum to vivid life, with empathy and a light touch.

Fred Parris, Creator of a Doo-Wop Classic, Is Dead at 85

His “In the Still of the Night” (originally “Nite”), recorded with his group the Five Satins, came to define a sort of dreamy 1950s nostalgia.

‘Salt in My Soul’ Review: Living, Even Thriving, With Illness

This documentary reconstructs the life of Mallory Smith, who died at 25 after a lifelong battle with cystic fibrosis.

Hardy Kruger, German-Born Hollywood Star, Is Dead at 93

He found success in American films in the 1960s and ’70s, one critic said, because he found ways to portray “the new, good German.”

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