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Radiohead takes the stage at 10 p.m. Saturday as Bonnaroo's opening weekend rocks Manchester, Tenn. Elsewhere, the D.C. Jazz Festival, Chicago Blues Festival, and NW New Works Festival in Seattle offer up artistry of all stripes, and the Blue Ridge BBQ & Music Festival in Tryon, N.C., tickles all the senses.
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Movies for the Whole Family
Michael Fassbender goes for full coverage in Ridley Scott's outerspace dazzler Prometheus, while Chris Rock and Co. wig out in Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted.
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The 66th Annual Tony Awards
Disney's Newsies hopes to have a little something extra, extra to edge out homespun indie charmer Once for the Best Musical statuette. Neil Patrick Harris returns (Sunday, 8 p.m. ET on CBS) for his third stint as host. He teased, ''I'm hoping for the watercooler-y moments when you have to pause and go back and rewatch. There will be a couple surprises!''
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Don't Touch That Dial...
If a song-and-dance spectacle isn't enough reason to keep you glued to your couch on Sunday, perhaps the one-two punch of the True Blood season 5 premiere (9 p.m. ET on HBO) and Mad Men's season finale (10 p.m. ET on AMC) will suffice.
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On the heels of E3, Samsung releases its latest, budget-friendly ($50) LTE phone Sunday. With rear casing made from 80 percent recycled material, the eco-conscious gadget is a granola geek's dream come true.
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Wonder horse I'll Have Another (pictured) has been scratched from his Triple Crown try at this year's race (broadcast on NBC Saturday at 4:30). Now the field is wide open. Who will nose out the competition?
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Warhol's Polaroids: A Method Exhibit
The technology may have been low budget, but the star power was high. This weekend is the last chance to check out the St. Louis University Museum of Art's exhibition that shows Liza Minnelli and other famous faces through Andy Warhol's lens.
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Inside by Alix Ohlin
''You can't help but become invested'' in this novel of interconnected stories, wrote EW's Stephan Lee. ''Ohlin displays a profound empathy for people at their least rational — and most human.''
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Celebrations dot the East, West, North, and South as Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Pride Month gets in full swing. YouTube breakouts Karmin perform at L.A. Pride on Sunday, when parades will also line the streets of Boston, D.C., Key West, and Philadelphia.
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Shakespeare in the Park
The Public Theater's outdoor institution enters the first weekend of its 50th anniversary season in New York this Tuesday. American Horror Story's Lily Rabe star leads the Bard's crossdressing romp As You Like It, and dependable scene stealer Oliver Platt (pictured) plays the fool as Touchstone.