Seoul Halloween crowd crush emphasizes need for better event planning: Experts

As investigators in Seoul continue to determine how 154 partygoers were killed in a crowd crush during a Halloween party over the weekend, crowd control experts say the incident should…

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Review: ‘The Revolutionary’ chronicles key Founding Father

Historian Stacy Schiff creates a detailed narrative of the vital role Samuel Adams played with her biography, “The Revolutionary.”

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Clea DuVall returns to ‘High School’ with duo Tegan and Sara

When actor, director, writer Clea DuVall met Canadian indie pop duo Tegan and Sara 15 years ago, she became both friends with the twin sisters and a creative collaborator

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Low costs expected to keep Obamacare interest high

WASHINGTON — Millions of Americans can begin selecting their 2023 health insurance plans on HealthCare.gov on Tuesday, as the Biden administration pushes to keep the number of uninsured Americans at…

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Review: ‘It’s Not TV’ account of HBO’s rise and challenges

Business reporters Felix Gillette and John Koblin paint a revealing picture of HBO’s beginnings and the challenges it now faces in “It’s Not TV.”

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‘Barbarian’ director: ‘original horror is working’

With the box office success of “Smile,” “The Black Phone” and his “Barbarian” this year, writer-director Zach Cregger says it’s clear that “original horror is working right now.”

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Review: ‘Someday, Maybe’ earnestly embodies widow’s grief

Eve Ezenwa-Morrow finds her husband, Quentin Morrow, dead in his studio on New Year’s Eve

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Review: Cormac McCarthy returns with cryptic ’The Passenger’

Cormac McCarthy is back after a 16-year absence with two books in 2022

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