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Guardian culture
01/17/2017 at 10:15. Facebook
London assembly says alarm bells are ringing over two-day street festival, with a rise in overcrowding and violent crimes

Notting Hill carnival risks Hillsborough-scale tragedy, report warns

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Guardian culture
01/17/2017 at 10:00. Facebook
The brave new world pop’s brooding perfectionists the xx

The brave new world of the xx, pop’s brooding perfectionists

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Guardian culture
01/17/2017 at 09:00. Facebook
Singer Emeli Sandé on her love for Stevie Wonder, the dangers of stick-on ponytails and why she would quite like a helicopter

Emeli Sandé: ‘My guiltiest pleasure? Butterscotch Angel Delight’

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01/17/2017 at 05:46. Facebook
With productions from Brisbane’s Circa and Montreal’s Cirque Éloize, the Parramatta program clearly demonstrates the artistry of Big Top performers

Sydney festival's Circus City delights and astounds

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01/17/2017 at 01:00. Facebook
It’s taken almost 100 years to come to fruition, but the new subway stations on New York's Upper East side are beautiful, impressive, open spaces

New York City's 2nd Ave subway stations – in pictures

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Viola Davis's success has taken a huge amount of self-belief

Viola Davis: ‘I’m pretty fabulous’

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yesterday at 23:00. Facebook
Avant-garde performance artist Laurie Anderson talks about her Buddhism and loss and love – for her mother and her late husband Lou Reed

Laurie Anderson: ‘I see Lou all the time. He’s a continued, powerful presence’

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yesterday at 22:00. Facebook
Natalie Portman's Jackie: JFK's widow finally gets her own movie

Natalie Portman's Jackie: JFK's widow finally gets her own movie

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yesterday at 21:00. Facebook
Sex and the middle-aged woman … a groundbreaking BBC drama tells it like it is

Sex and the middle-aged woman … a groundbreaking BBC drama tells it like it is

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yesterday at 20:00. Facebook
Cate Blanchett has strong words in the first Manifesto trailer

Cate Blanchett has strong words in the first Manifesto trailer

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yesterday at 19:00. Facebook
Whether he’s a Marvel hero or a corrupt cop, James McAvoy likes to mix up his roles

James McAvoy on X-Men, Split and not playing 'posh English dudes' anymore

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yesterday at 18:00. Facebook
Viennese architect and furniture designer Josef Frank fled from the Nazis to Sweden – and began creating dizzyingly colourful fabrics

Fabric of life: Josef Frank's joyous textile designs – in pictures

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yesterday at 17:00. Facebook
Ewan McGregor: ‘What if I'm not Scottish enough any more?’

Ewan McGregor: ‘What if I'm not Scottish enough any more?’

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yesterday at 16:00. Facebook
President Obama’s message to my son: ‘Clark, dream big dreams’

President Obama’s message to my son: ‘Clark, dream big dreams’

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yesterday at 15:33. Facebook
Singin’ in the Rain, Carpool Karaoke… In these gloomy times, try the New Review team’s list of guaranteed mood-enhancers

The happy list – 30 cultural gems to brighten dark times

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yesterday at 15:30. Facebook
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yesterday at 15:00. Facebook
A new exhibition at the Bronx Documentary Center features the work of photojournalists who captured conflict on the streets of New York between 1980 and 2000

A history of protests in New York City – in pictures

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yesterday at 14:30. Facebook
Babette Cole, anarchic creator of Princess Smartypants, dies at 67

Babette Cole, anarchic creator of Princess Smartypants, dies at 67

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yesterday at 14:00. Facebook
A stitch through time: embroidery gives 1970s objects a second life

A stitch through time: embroidery gives 1970s objects a second life – in pictures

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