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UK to push at G-7 for global standard on ‘vaccine passports’

Britain plans to use its presidency of the Group of Seven economic powers to push for an internationally recognized system of vaccine passports that could allow world travel to resume, though Prime Minister Boris Johnson acknowledged Tuesday that the idea raises “complex” ethical issues.

Review: ‘The High Note’ hits all the right beats

There’s an easy and addictive groove to “The High Note,” a magical music industry movie that wafts over you like a great pop song at a summer jam. Is it the deepest, most profound thing ever? Nah, but damn if it just doesn’t feel good.

Review: ‘Saint Frances’ tackles feminine experiences with goofy grace

Guided by Kelly O’Sullivan’s singular writerly voice and her performance, the sweetly frank “Saint Frances” joins Gillian Robespierre’s “Obvious Child” in a canon of sorts: gently realistic feminist films that deal with the realities of abortion with humor and honesty, addressing all the messiness, emotional and otherwise, that comes with this choice.

Take time to discover new music to enjoy at home

If you’re a music fan, you might already be going through withdrawals over not being able to go to concerts while the COVID-19 crisis has closed the vast majority of concert venues. Just consider it a side effect of this disease.

Game On: Playing games, reading books to fight the coronavirus

It’s a weird time we live in when “doing your part” means staying home and passing the time. For those of us who feel that’s not quite enough, there’s the “Humble Conquer COVID-19 Bundle,” a massive selection of PC video games and ebooks available for $30.