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Blame the Golden Age of TV for the writers' strike

Streaming leveraged television's Golden Age to change the world. But unless we want TV's boom town to become a ghost town, we need to protect the writers who built it.
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Why Hollywood writers strike won't end soon. Here are six sticking points Click to view images

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Art history — minus the men — in a zingy new revisionist compendium Click to view images

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