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Tuesday

Natasha Lyonne stars in Poker Face. Karolina Wojtasik/Peacock hide caption

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Monday

With Grammy win, Viola Davis earns EGOT

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A repurposed school bus from Control Group Productions' climate change-focused immersive theater experience, The End. Katie Weisberger/Control Group Productions hide caption

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Theater never recovered from COVID — and now change is no longer a choice

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Sunday

Beyoncé accepts best dance/electronic music album for RENAISSANCE during the 65th Grammy Awards in Los Angeles Sunday. The prize gave her 32 Grammys, the most of any artist in the awards' history. Emma McIntyre/Getty Images for The Recording Academy hide caption

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Viola Davis just put the G in EGOT. She accepted the audio book, narration and storytelling recording award for Finding Me during the 65th Grammy Awards Premiere Ceremony at Microsoft Theater on Sunday, in Los Angeles. Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images for The Recording Academy hide caption

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Shania Twain, photographed walking the People's Choice Awards red carpet on Dec. 6, 2022 in Santa Monica, Calif. Amy Sussman/Getty Images hide caption

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Shania Twain returns after a difficult pandemic with the beaming 'Queen of Me'

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Beyoncé, accepting the Best R&B Performance award during the 63rd annual Grammy Awards held in Los Angeles in March 2021. Kevin Winter/Getty Images hide caption

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The Economics of the Grammys, Explained

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Saturday

Remembering innovative fashion designer Paco Rabanne

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Members of The Berklee Indian Ensemble with Zakir Hussain. Mike Spencer hide caption

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Berklee Indian Ensemble's expansive, star-studded debut album is a Grammy contender

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'Wait Wait' for Feb. 4, 2023: With Not My Job guest Billy Porter

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