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Arts in the Afternoon: Right and Wrong

2:40 PM, Mar 24, 2011 • By KELLY JANE TORRANCE
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"When Right Is Wrong" -- a piece about Broadway actors who feel their politics hurts their careers. "Being a conservative in this industry is equal to being a leper to some people," one says.

Arts in the Afternoon: Right and Wrong

Egypt has finally released a list of antiquities looted in the recent unrest -- a month and a half after the former minister of antiquities claimed there had been no thefts. This list might or might not be final, but what is clear is that the Egyptian Museum wasn't prepared for all realistic possibilities.

The Newspaper Guild publishes an open letter to Arianna Huffington, who, despite the multimillion-dollar sale of her Huffington Post to AOL, still refuses to pay her authors: "You can't eat prestige."

Critical favorite television series The Wire reimagined as a 19th-century serialized novel.

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