RIP Roger Ebert

ROGER EBERT, who became during his career the nation's best-known movie critic, has died after a long struggle with cancer. He was 70. Ebert reviewed films for the Chicago Sun-Times for 46 years and on TV (most memorably with fellow critic Gene Siskel) for 31, but even after losing his lower jaw to cancer in 2006 he remained a prolific, insightful writer--about movies, his illness and even politics. He'll be sorely missed. "No good film is too long," goes a quote from Ebert that appears in his Sun-Times obit. "No bad movie is short enough." (4/4p)

HITS LIST SLIDES
INTO SUMMER
Fire up the grill. (5/24a)
TORTURED POETS IN PARIS: TAY STRUMS THE BASTILLE WITH NEW ACOUSTIC SET
Another week, another iteration (5/24a)
SONG REVENUE: TRIAD
They're in the money. (5/24a)
DOJ FILES ANTITRUST LAWSUIT AGAINST LIVE NATION
A game of Monopoly on Capitol Hill (5/24a)
NEAR TRUTHS:
HOWDY, PARTNER
Redrawing the Mason-Dixon Line (5/24a)
THE NEW UMG
Gosh, we hope there are more press releases.
TIKTOK BANNED!
Unless the Senate manages to make this whole thing go away, that is.
THE NEW HUGE COUNTRY ACT
No, not that one.
TRUMP'S CAMPAIGN PLAYLIST
Now 100% unlicensed!
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