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Here are the best movies and TV shows to watch on Netflix in August

Netflix has more great programming than anyone could possibly consume in their lifetime, and in these days of social distancing, we need it more than ever. So how do you find the best movies and TV shows on Netflix? Here’s TODAY’s list of Netflix 2021 recommendations for what to watch today — from new releases to classics to binge watch. So settle back in the sofa and start bingeing!

What to watch on Netflix in August 2021

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“Pray Away”

Survivors, former leaders and others who were subjected to “conversion therapy” talk about how it has devastated

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Things to Do Denver: Gallery Openings and Art Shows July 7 to 13, 2021


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The reopening of the McNichols Building is big news in art this weekend, as is a memorial retrospective for fallen art-star Robert Green at Pirate, while a quartet of top Miami muralists demand attention at ILA Gallery. Co-ops continue with members shows and some wild performance art comes to Understudy. Get ready to rumble.

Kadir Nelson, “Willie Foster and Young Fans.”EXPAND

Kadir Nelson, “Willie Foster and Young Fans.”

Kadir Nelson

Shades of Greatness, July 9 through September 7
Black Love Mural Festival Remix, July

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What live shows look like around North Texas after a year of COVID

Editor’s note: Reconnecting after a year of separation and loss is a work-in-progress. KERA and The Dallas Morning News are collaborating to document how the pandemic has changed the arts and culture scene in North Texas.

It’s a Friday night at Artstillery, an experimental performing arts venue in West Dallas, and Sara Cardona, executive director of Teatro Dallas, takes the stage to cheers. She looks out at the 50 theatergoers and can’t help but exclaim, “We’re all together!”

This May 28 cabaret show, Desmodernidad, from Teatro was the last in a series of open-air performances. It featured

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Hong Kong’s Art Basel fair opens with physical and virtual shows

HONG KONG (Reuters) – The Art Basel contemporary art fair opened in Hong Kong on Wednesday, offering a combination of physical and virtual shows as many art collectors and curators were not able to travel to the city because of COVID-19 restrictions.

Visitors look at artworks displayed at the Art Basel in Hong Kong, China May 19, 2021. REUTERS/Lam Yik

The annual fair, which also has versions in Basel, Switzerland, and in Miami Beach, Florida, was cancelled in Hong Kong last year because of the pandemic. In 2019, it had attracted over 80,000 art lovers.

This year, organisers have limited

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