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  • Immigration debate appears in the art world

    Images of immigration can evoke many emotional subjects: global crisis and personal anxiety, history and identity, and life and death. They can even bring a touch of whimsy to a topic whose contentiousness is evident in debates, for example, over President Trump’s travel ban executive order that recently won Supreme Court approval in a 5-to-4 decision.

  • Top Picks: PBS’s 'No Passport Required,' 'Oh Lucy!' on DVD and Blu-ray, and more

    Make sure your car is ready for those summer road trips with the app Drivvo, the podcast 'American Innovations' details the stories of the people behind the discoveries that are still influencing our lives today, and more top picks.

  • Ry Cooder's 'The Prodigal Son,' the iScanner app, and more top picks

     The podcast 'Drawn' explores various aspects of animated movies and TV shows, biologist Lena (Natalie Portman) signs up for a mission into a mysterious anomaly at a meteor crash site in 'Annihilation,' and more top picks.


Photos of the Week 07/23 Photos of the Week

Visitors pose for pictures with an art installation at Vinyl Museum in Tokyo on July 20. The museum is designed to attract young women who are interested in taking pictures of themselves with the installations and uploading the photographs on social media platforms.

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