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A Day to Remember, “You’re Welcome”: The Ocala, Florida, metalcore band moves to Fueled by Ramen for its seventh album and first in five years. “We took what we envision modern music to be and made a hybrid of who we were, who we are, and who we want to be,” said frontman Jeremy McKinnonTeenage Fanclub, “Endless Arcade”: The Scottish power-pop band’s 10th album is the first since the 2018 departure of co-founder Gerard Love and marks the debut of Euros Childs, from Gorky’s Zygotic Mynci.Pat Metheny, “Road To The Sun”: A collection of two new works for classical guitar, one featuring Jason Vieaux and one a six-movement cycle with the Los Angeles Guitar Quartet.Arab Strap, “As Days Get Dark”: “It’s about hopelessness and darkness...but in a fun way,” frontman Aidan Moffat said of the Scottish indie/slowcore band’s first album in 16 years.

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Author of the enchantingly witty novel “Bowlaway,” Elizabeth McCracken here presents her latest collection of short stories, with settings ranging from a Scottish island to a Texas water park. HarperCollins, April 13

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This essay collection unites 12 Didion pieces, published from 1968 to 2000, on a variety of topics: journalism, California robber barons, not getting into Stanford, Martha Stewart. Penguin Random House, Jan. 26

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Unlike his excellent new album “Rough and Rowdy Ways,” we can’t vouch for the quality of Bob’s new swill. But we do know the Trilogy Collectio…

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Sarah Shun-lien Bynum, author of the critically acclaimed “Mrs. Hempel Chronicles” and “Madeleine Is Sleeping,” returns with a story collectio…

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“This is a great time to get introspective about your own personal style and what works for you,” says Clare Sauro, director of Drexel University’s Robert and Penny Fox Historic Costume Collection. “One of the things we’ve learned during this time is what we can do without.”

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CLAIM: If you don’t have health insurance and can’t afford to take a $3,200 test for the virus, donate blood because screeners must test donors for the virus.

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