JURY IN JUSSIE SMOLLETT TRIAL BEGINS DELIBERATIONS

After closing arguments on Wednesday, the panel began considering whether the actor had staged a hate crime against himself, as the...

GREG TATE, INFLUENTIAL CRITIC OF BLACK CULTURE, DIES AT 64

His writing for The Village Voice and other publications helped elevate hip-hop and street art to the same planes as jazz and Abstract...

 
 
 

‘BEING THE RICARDOS' REVIEW: KISS, FIGHT, RINSE, REPEAT

Nicole Kidman and Javier Bardem star as Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz in Aaron Sorkin's drama about one very bad week.

DOES IT MAKE SENSE TO CATEGORIZE PEOPLE BY GENERATION?

In “The Generation Myth,” Bobby Duffy deconstructs the stereotypes that have built up around millennials, boomers and other cohorts.

 
 
 

‘FATAL DISTRACTION' REVIEW: PARENTS GO THROUGH THE UNTHINKABLE

In the documentary by Susan Morgan Cooper, a father is on trial after his baby dies in the back seat of a hot car.

CATHARSIS SONGS

Big feelings, big playlist.

 
 
 

MICHAEL HURLEY, AN ORIGINAL FOLK ICONOCLAST, TURNS 80

For six decades, the folk singer has chronicled his woes and loves on records he's mostly made himself. His new album celebrates that...

THE PEERLESS IMAGINATION OF GREG TATE

For four decades, he set the critical standard for elegantly intricate assessments of music, art, literature and more, writing dynamically...

 
 
 

‘IS THERE STILL SEX IN THE CITY?' REVIEW: CANDACE BUSHNELL DISHES HOT DETAILS

In her one-woman Off Broadway show, the “Sex and the City” author invites audiences behind the scenes of her life with a wink and a...

ARLENE SHULER TO STEP DOWN AS PRESIDENT OF NEW YORK CITY CENTER

Shuler, a former dancer, has run the theater since 2003, instituting its popular Fall for Dance series.

 
 
 

THE OSCARS ARE BROKEN. HERE'S HOW TO FIX THEM

The ratings flop that was the last ceremony provided useful lessons in what not to do. But there are steps the academy can take for...

JUSTO GALLEGO, WHO BUILT A CATHEDRAL, BRICK BY BRICK, DIES AT 96

A former monk, he spent decades constructing a grand edifice as an act of faith and devotion, and did so almost single-handedly.

 
 
 

WILL FORTE IS STILL WAITING FOR ‘MACGRUBER' TO BLOW UP

In a new Peacock series, Forte returns as the unruly “Saturday Night Live” action hero who's once again reckoning with bombs .

INTEREST IN STEPHEN SONDHEIM'S MUSIC, BOOKS AND SHOWS SOAR AFTER HIS DEATH

Fans have been streaming his music, buying his books, and trying to get in to see his shows, with a new revival of “Company” opening...

 
 
 

FROM VENUS TO MEDUSA, HOW ART CODIFIES THE OBJECTIFICATION OF WOMEN

In “Women in the Picture,” the art historian Catherine McCormack traces classical female figures and their effects on Western culture.

BROOKLYN MUSEUM GETS A NEW PRESIDENT AND CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER

Kimberly Panicek Trueblood will run the business side of an institution that has struggled financially and plans to refresh its building...

 
 
 

MEG STALTER REJOICES WITH DOLLY PARTON AND A LOYAL CHIHUAHUA

The comedian talks about banishing the worst of 2021 in Amazon's “Yearly Departed,” while celebrating the best in real life.

‘WEST SIDE STORY' REVIEW: IN LOVE AND WAR, 1957 MIGHT BE TONIGHT

Steven Spielberg rediscovers the breathing, troubling essence of a classic, building a bold and current screen musical with no pretense...

 
 
 

THE SUBLIME SPECTACLE OF YOKO ONO DISRUPTING THE BEATLES

In Peter Jackson's “The Beatles: Get Back,” Ono is a performance artist at the height of her powers.

PASTOR WHO APPEARED IN DRAG ON HBO'S 'WE'RE HERE' LEAVES CHURCH

A United Methodist Church pastor in Indiana stepped down after performing in drag and speaking about inclusion on the show “We're Here.”

 
 
 



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