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Anthony M. Hopkins, Who Fought in Vietnam and the Gulf, Dies at 70

By Stephen Kurczy

A tank commander, he earned a Purple Heart when he was badly wounded by shrapnel in an ambush in South Vietnam. Later a postal worker, he died of Covid-19.

A College Football Conference Can Choose Players Over Profits for a Change

By Kurt Streeter

The Big Ten’s reversal on playing college football this fall puts young players at risk for our entertainment. The Pac-12 should resist pressure and continue to stand down.

Why the Pac-12 Conference Should Choose Its Players Over Profits

By Kurt Streeter

The Big Ten’s reversal on playing college football this fall puts young players at risk for our entertainment. The Pac-12 should resist pressure and continue to stand down.

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Over Headphones and in a Truck, the Philharmonic Stays Alive

By Anthony Tommasini

With indoor performances still far-off, the orchestra has organized a “Soundwalk” in Central Park and outdoor pop-up concerts.

Fauci Says It Could Be a Year Before Theater Without Masks Feels Normal

By Sarah Bahr

Dr. Anthony Fauci said a vaccine would need to exist for nearly a year before people might feel comfortable returning to theaters unmasked, which he said would likely be mid- to late 2021.

Fauci Says It Could Be a Year Before Theater Without Masks Feels Normal

By Sarah Bahr

Dr. Anthony Fauci said a vaccine would need to exist for nearly a year before people might feel comfortable returning to theaters unmasked, which he said would likely be mid- to late 2021.

Fauci Says It Could Be a Year Before Theater Without Masks Feels Normal

By Sarah Bahr

Dr. Anthony Fauci said a vaccine would need to exist for nearly a year before people might feel comfortable returning to theaters unmasked, which he said would likely be mid- to late 2021.

What if We Have to Wait Years for a Coronavirus Vaccine?

By Spencer Bokat-Lindell

A silver-bullet vaccine is far from guaranteed. But it’s also not the only way out of the pandemic.

Musicians on How to Bring Racial Equity to Auditions

By Zachary Woolfe and Joshua Barone

Conductors, players and administrators don’t necessarily want to abandon blind auditions. But they say the lack of diversity in American orchestras is more complicated than that.

Kevin Spacey Accused In New Lawsuit of Sex Offenses Against Teenagers

By Julia Jacobs

One of the accusers, Anthony Rapp, the actor, has spoken before of an encounter with Mr. Spacey when he was 14, but Mr. Spacey said he did not recall it.

Keep coronavirus-infected college students at school, Fauci urges

By Amy McGorry

As colleges deal with coronavirus concerns, Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, warned parents this week to keep kids who contract COVID-19 at school and not let them come home.

Lakers’ β€˜Others’ Lend LeBron James a Hand

By Scott Cacciola

Rajon Rondo and Markieff Morris gave the Lakers an unexpected lift Sunday in the team’s 117-109 victory over the Houston Rockets to even the Western Conference semifinal matchup heading into Game 3.

Kamala Harris a COVID-19 vaccine before election: 'I would not trust Donald Trump'

By Caitlin McFall

Democratic Vice Presidential nominee Kamala Harris, said that she would not trust President Trump’s word on the effectiveness of a coronavirus vaccine, in an interview with CNN Saturday.

The Rockets’ Small-Ball Strategy Gets a Big Test Against the Lakers

By Scott Cacciola

Houston has fared well since an in-season shift in strategy to use P.J. Tucker, who is 6-foot-5, at center. But will that work against LeBron James and Anthony Davis?

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