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Steady stream

Entertainment | Spotify is changing the music industry, but can it last?
by Lynde Langdon
Posted 4/06/18, 01:10 pm

The music streaming service Spotify had a fantastic opening as a public company this week, leading many to compare it to the video streaming juggernaut Netflix.

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In the heights

Culture | Remembering Philippe Petit’s high wire walk at the top of the World Trade Center, plus one incredible elevator ride
by Emily Belz
Posted 4/03/18, 05:22 pm

A New York moment: 

If you make a trip to New York, let me recommend saving your pennies for the expensive elevator ride ($34) up One World Trade Center, which I recently visited for the first time. The dollars are worth it for the stratosphere-level view. It’s so high, you can barely make out the cars in the street below. (How American is it to build the new WTC 1,776 feet tall? What a brash statement of power and national pride.)

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Pro-Trump Roseanne reboot draws droves of viewers

Entertainment | The sitcom’s popularity could spur more conservative-friendly programming
by Lynde Langdon
Posted 3/30/18, 01:09 pm

The smashing success of ABC’s reboot of the sitcom Roseanne could prove viewers are hungry for more shows that depict conservatives in a positive light.

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