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Basquiat and Warhol’s ‘intimate friendship’ explored in Young Vic drama

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It promised to be a knockout exhibition, with both artists wearing boxing gloves on the poster. But the eagerly anticipated 1985 show of joint works by old master Andy Warhol and bright new star Jean-Michel Basquiat w...

Athena review – teenage duellists take a hesitant stab at friendship

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The verbal sparring is sharp and pointed in Gracie Gardner’s quick-witted play about two American high-schoolers training to fence competitively. Performed in full fencing get-up, this is a show of friendship fuelled ...

What I learned from an unlikely friendship with an anti-masker

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On 11 March 2021, I took a selfie at the Baltimore Convention Center and pressed send. I’d just received my first dose of a Covid vaccine. “Feels pretty momentous,” I texted an acquaintance. “It was exactly one year a...

Police killed their sons. Their unmovable friendship uncovered a system of lies

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Narene Stokes couldn’t help but notice the only white woman in the crowd. Sheila Albers had come to grieve. Like Narene, like all the mothers gathered for the meeting, her teenage son had been shot and killed by polic...


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When you watch news reports from war zones, you often see civilians going about their daily business even amid the gunfire. Conflicts take place not on designated battlefields, as they did in our school books, but on ...

Robert Mancini, Gianluca Vialli and the great friendship inspiring Italy

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The year 1964 was a big one for football in Italy. Helenio Herrera’s Inter defeated Real Madrid in the European Cup final; Roma lifted the Coppa Italia after a dramatic replay against Torino; Bologna won their seventh...

Tim Dowling: is the dog-fox friendship sweet – or a bad omen?

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The dog is barking. I have no idea what time it is – I went to bed late and fell asleep abruptly – but, judging from the blackness on the other side of the window, I’m confident that if I were one of my neighbours, I’...