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Richard Nelson On Crafting A Play On Zoom And The Future of New York Theater

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The playwright taps the cast of The Apple Family Plays for "What Do We Need To Talk About?"

Quarantine Diaries: Working Through It All

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Five people working through the coronavirus pandemic — or living with someone who is — share their worries and anxieties.

Quarantine Diaries: Finding And Spreading Joy

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Eight HuffPost readers shared some feel-good stories amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Street Artist Honors Protesters With Nina Simone's Iconic Quote About Freedom

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"I’ll tell you what freedom means to me: no fear," the artist Pegasus painted in solidarity with anti-racism protesters.

Let’s Just Admit That A Zoom Party Isn’t Really A Party

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Stop with the awkward virtual mass gatherings. Instead, embrace intimacy during the pandemic.

How The Coronavirus Brought Back The Chain Email

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When in quarantine, tag 20 friends.

Quarantine Diaries: Dealing With Kids

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We asked our readers to share their stories about parenting and taking care of children during the coronavirus pandemic. Here are some of their stories.

Christo, Artist Known For Creating Massive And Ephemeral Displays, Dead At 84

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Along with late wife Jeanne-Claude, the artists’ careers were defined by their ambitious art projects that disappeared soon after they were erected.

Marie-Helene Bertino's 'Parakeet' Is A Funny And Devastating Novel About Trauma

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A grandmother's resurrection as a ghostly parakeet sets a woman on a journey to rebuild her family and herself.

Motherhood Thrust Me Into A New, Often Isolated Life. Then The World Joined Me.

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Caring for a newborn baby and life amid a pandemic share so many similarities that they can blur together.

Quarantine Diaries: Coping And Staying Sane

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Ten readers share what it has felt like to manage their fears amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Explore In 3D: How I Created A Unique Quarantine Camping Experience

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A Boston photographer and escape room designer found a way to keep the love of camping alive during the coronavirus pandemic.

Italian Woman Wins Picasso Painting Worth $1.1 Million In Charity Raffle

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Claudia Borgogno won the artwork after buying a $109 ticket to help provide water for villagers in Madagascar and Cameroon.

This Is What It's Like Acting From Home In Isolation

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Writers are responding to the global pandemic, which means there's work for actors again - so long as they're prepared to act from home and film themselves too.

Quarantine Diaries: Maintaining Relationships

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Seven readers shared how they are keeping the love alive within their marriages and partnerships.

In 'Death In Her Hands,' The Cure For Loneliness Is A Good Murder

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Ottessa Moshfegh's third novel follows an aging widow's amateur investigation into a killing that may never have taken place.

On ‘America’s Got Talent,’ A Homeless Choir From San Diego Strikes Gold

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Voices of Our City wows host Terry Crews and celebrity judges with a song about life on the streets.

How Indie Theaters Are Reimagining The Moviegoing Experience

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During the coronavirus pandemic, art house theaters and independent movie distributors are cultivating virtual viewings for their audiences.

To Survive This Era, Writers Must Rejoin The Working Class

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Jason Boog, author of "The Deep End," sees a template for writers and publishing workers today in the political activism of Great Depression writers.

How To ... Get Stuck With A Partner Or A Roommate

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An illustration series from HuffPost about life under the coronavirus quarantine.

How The Publishing World Is Staying Afloat During The Pandemic

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Quarantine may be a golden opportunity to finally read "War and Peace" — but it's not an easy time for the book industry.

James Bennet Can't Defend The New York Times' Tom Cotton Op-Ed

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The paper's editorial page editor argues that publishing a senator's call for military suppression of protests is necessary for debate. That won't cut it.

Metropolitan Museum Of Art Announces Tentative Reopening Plan

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The Met is the largest museum so far to outline such a plan, as cultural institutions grapple with reopening while adhering to COVID-19 social distancing measures.

Banksy Filmed Spreading COVID-19 Message All Over Train In London’s Underground

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The piece features the artist's signature rats, lots of pale-green spray paint, and a hazmat suit.

Who's To Blame For The Failure Of The Girlboss Dream?

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Two novels, murder mystery "The Herd" and biting satire "Self Care," investigate the smoldering wreckage of the hope for a utopian feminist startup.

How To ... Support Your Community From Home

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An illustration series from HuffPost about life under the coronavirus quarantine.

What’s Really Behind All That Quarantine Tie-Dye And Sourdough

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Stuck in a time of unrelenting domestic labor, many women have looked to escape through creative projects.

Meet The Generation Changed By Lockdown

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For Gen Z, the boredom of quarantine spring has given way to a blazing summer of grassroots change.

Revisiting The Race Wars Season Of 'Survivor'

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Cast members from 2006's "Cook Islands" remember the controversial decision to divide tribes by race and ethnicity.

'I'll Be Gone In The Dark' And The Psychological Ramifications Of A True Crime Obsession

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Director Elizabeth Wolff examines late author Michelle McNamara, who died before she could finish an investigation into the identity of the Golden State Killer.

'Caste' Explodes The Myth Of American Exceptionalism

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Isabel Wilkerson's ambitious new book seeks to reframe American racism — and place it among a pantheon of other brutal caste systems.
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With Hollywood On Hold, Celebrity Stylists Navigate Life Without The Red Carpet

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As prominent events are postponed or canceled in light of the coronavirus, out-of-work stylists are trying to maintain solid footing in an ever-murky industry.