'Cowboy Carter': What critics are saying about Beyoncé's new album : Here & Now Anytime Activist Guy Hirschfeld talks about protests in Israel over the war in Gaza. Then, Hasbro CEO Chris Cocks discusses the future of "Dungeons & Dragons," which just turned 50 years old. And, Rolling Stone's Mankaprr Conteh explores the critical response to Beyoncé's new album, "Cowboy Carter."

'Cowboy Carter': What critics are saying about Beyoncé's new album

'Cowboy Carter': What critics are saying about Beyoncé's new album

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Activist Guy Hirschfeld talks about protests in Israel over the war in Gaza.

Then, Hasbro CEO Chris Cocks discusses the future of "Dungeons & Dragons," which just turned 50 years old.

And, Rolling Stone's Mankaprr Conteh explores the critical response to Beyoncé's new album, "Cowboy Carter."

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