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'Normal People' director Lenny Abrahamson used intimacy co-ordinator on set

'Normal People' director Lenny Abrahamson used intimacy co-ordinator on set

TORONTO — Oscar-nominated director Lenny Abrahamson says setting the right tone and establishing the trust needed for the many sex scenes in his buzzy new series "Normal People" presented a big challenge.
Social media, music world go dark for Black Out Tuesday

Social media, music world go dark for Black Out Tuesday

NEW YORK — Though Black Out Tuesday was originally organized by the music community, the social media world also went dark in support of the Black Lives Matter movement, joining voices around the world outraged by the killings of black people in the
VIRUS DIARY: Sweden stayed open. I stayed at home.

VIRUS DIARY: Sweden stayed open. I stayed at home.

STOCKHOLM — Early April. A buzz of my phone. “Free for a walk?” asks a friend. Another notification. “Coffee on Wednesday?” “Come for drinks!” I’m at a loss. I’m working remotely from Stockholm, out of the London office.
Concerns mount about two studies on drugs for coronavirus

Concerns mount about two studies on drugs for coronavirus

Concerns are mounting about studies in two influential medical journals on drugs used in people with coronavirus, including one that led multiple countries to stop testing a malaria pill.

Millennial Money: Unexpected perks of scaling back spending

When I originally set out to write this column, I wanted to share the unexpected benefits of cutting back on my online shopping habit.
Review: Documentary about electric racing holds little spark

Review: Documentary about electric racing holds little spark

For proof that Leonardo DiCaprio can't save every film he touches, look no further than “And We Go Green,” a languid documentary about the electric car racing circuit.
Concerns mount about two studies on drugs for coronavirus

Concerns mount about two studies on drugs for coronavirus

Concerns are mounting about studies in two influential medical journals on drugs used in people with coronavirus, including one that led multiple countries to stop testing a malaria pill.
New York City contact tracers start, reach out to 600 people

New York City contact tracers start, reach out to 600 people

New York City contact tracers hired to contain the spread of the coronavirus reached out to all of the roughly 600 people who tested positive for the virus citywide on Monday, the first day of the program, and succeeded in reaching more than half of

Social media, music world go dark for Black Out Tuesday

NEW YORK — Though Black Out Tuesday was originally organized by the music community, the social media world also went dark in support of the Black Lives Matter movement, joining voices around the world outraged by the killings of black people in the
'Just Mercy,' drama of racial injustice, to be free in June

'Just Mercy,' drama of racial injustice, to be free in June

NEW YORK — The 2019 film “Just Mercy,” which chronicles courtroom struggles against racial injustice and mass incarceration, will be made free on digital platforms throughout June in the wake of George Floyd's death, Warner Bros. said Tuesday.