A PODCAST REACHES ACROSS CHICAGO'S CULTURAL DIVIDES

Make-Believe Association, a new podcast producer in Chicago, showcases diverse stories - and audiences - from a starkly divided city.

CRITIC'S NOTEBOOK: TWO WAYS OF LOOKING AT CUBA'S MODERN DANCE PROBLEM

Companies at the Joyce Theater's Cuba Festival share a similar issue: The country produces wonderful dancers but, as of yet, no great...

 
 
 

TECH WE'RE USING: HOW TO SORT THROUGH A CORNUCOPIA OF TELEVISION SHOWS

Our assistant TV editor has a state-of-the-art setup for watching shows and movies. But here's what happens when there can be too much...

CRITIC'S PICK: REVIEW: IN ‘PELLÉAS,' THE MET OPERA'S MUSIC DIRECTOR TAKES CHARGE

Yannick Nézet-Séguin decisively conveys the subliminal intensity that courses through Debussy's “Pelléas et Mélisande.”

 
 
 

NONFICTION: BEHIND THE GUITAR HEROES

In “The Birth of Loud,” Ian Port traces the invention and evolution of the electric guitar.

‘FYRE' AND ‘FYRE FRAUD' REVIEWS: BEHIND THE SCENES OF A MUSIC FESTIVAL FIASCO

Two documentaries try to unpack a spectacular scheme by Billy McFarland, now in prison, who used social media to sell a music festival...

 
 
 

CRITIC'S NOTEBOOK: TRUMP, TRAUMA AND A WAR THAT WON'T GO AWAY

Performers revisit their own fraught memories in recent productions, including one inspired by women who have accused the president...

CRITIC'S PICK: JAMES BLAKE FINDS LOVE, MOODILY, ON ‘ASSUME FORM'

The English musician's style has seeped into pop's commercial mainstream. On his fourth album, his greatest challenges are his own...

 
 
 

BOOKS OF THE TIMES: O.K., GOOGLE: HOW MUCH MONEY HAVE I MADE FOR YOU TODAY?

In “The Age of Surveillance Capitalism,” Shoshana Zuboff methodically dissects a new economic order that exploits our “every move,...

WHAT TO SEE IN NEW YORK ART GALLERIES THIS WEEK

Harold Haliday Costain photographs the sugar and salt industries; Karl Haendel creates artistic punch lines; and Lynette Yiadom-Boakye...

 
 
 

THE CARPETBAGGER: WHAT DO THE OSCARS GAIN BY LOSING A HOST?

With Kevin Hart gone and a plan to proceed with no comic in charge, the show theoretically should be shorter. But the host's importance...

AMERICAN ALLIANCE OF MUSEUMS LEADS NATIONAL DIVERSITY INITIATIVE

A multiyear project, backed by $4 million from three foundations, aims to make the country's museums more inclusive.

 
 
 

‘A DISCOVERY OF WITCHES': WHEN A VAMP LOVES A WICCAN

Deborah Harkness's All Souls fantasy novels come to TV in “A Discovery of Witches,” the latest story of hot, forbidden supernatural...

REWIND: ‘SHIRAZ,' A SILENT SPECTACLE OF INDIA, RETURNS

This alt version of the back story of the Taj Mahal features real footage of Rajasthan that is more luxuriant than anything Hollywood...

 
 
 

ON COMEDY: JABOUKIE YOUNG-WHITE: A COMIC PRODIGY WITH A VETERAN'S KILLER MOVES

The Senior Youth Correspondent on “The Daily Show” only made his debut there in October; at 24, he is an unusually assured stand-up.

ESSAY: READING PROUST IN THE GULAG

What books do we turn to as we prepare to die?

 
 
 

BEST OF LATE NIGHT: TRUMP'S ‘HAMBERDERS' TWEET BECOMES FODDER FOR LATE-NIGHT LAUGHS

“Normally I would wonder if you didn't know how to spell it or if you just made a typo,” Seth Meyers said. “But this one is so bad,...

HE'S 16 GOING ON STARDOM: MEET BROADWAY'S NEXT ‘EVAN HANSEN'

Andrew Barth Feldman, a high school junior on Long Island, is an ardent theater fan who has been acting since he was 8. Now he'll be...

 
 
 

‘RENT' IN PICTURES, IN ADVANCE OF ‘RENT' ON TV

Rare photographs that take you backstage and inside the audition rooms for the musical that celebrated “La Vie Boheme.”

WHAT'S ON TV WEDNESDAY: ‘SCHITT'S CREEK' AND ‘WAYNE'

“Schitt's Creek” returns for its fifth season, and all 10 episodes of YouTube's original series “Wayne” are available to stream.

 
 
 



Emma Elliott presents new marble sculptures at on form 18

Emma Elliott presents new marble sculptures at on form 18

Emma Elliott is one of forty sculptors selected for on form 18, a biennial exhibition of sculpture in stone at Asthall Manor in the Cotswolds. She joins world renowned and... Read more ...

Maple Street School Preschool / BFDO Architects + 4Mativ Design Studio

Maple Street School Preschool / BFDO Architects + 4Mativ Design Studio

© Lesley Unruh Architects: 4Mativ Design Studio , BFDO Architects Location: Brooklyn, NY, United States Architects In Charge: BFDO Architects with 4Mativ Design Studio Area... Read more ...

Mark Webster - Abstract Geometric River Landscape Oil Painting 2012-04-18

Mark Webster - Abstract Geometric River Landscape Oil Painting 2012-04-18

Mark Webster - Abstract Geometric River Landscape Oil Painting 2012-04-18. 12x9" Oil on Canvas Panel. Read more ...

Contemporary Abstract Landscape Art Painting, Fine Art For Sale

Contemporary Abstract Landscape Art Painting, Fine Art For Sale

Messages from the Earth can be heard when when you pay attention to nature. 9"x12" Acrylic on Paper/Available $200.00 Read more ...

Pen secrets, part one

Pen secrets, part one

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Mixed Media Geologic Abstract Art Painting "SARASOTA DEMO" By Carol Nelson...

Mixed Media Geologic Abstract Art Painting "SARASOTA DEMO" By Carol Nelson Fine Art

I used the turquoise rock in photo as my color inspiration. 10"x10"x1.5" Mixed Media on Panel /sold Commissions welcome. Read more ...

Contemporary Abstract Bold Expressive Still Life Flower Art Painting, “Sweet...

Contemporary Abstract Bold Expressive Still Life Flower Art Painting, “Sweet Violet” by Santa Fe Artist Annie O'Brien Gonzales

8"x10" x.75" Oil on Canvas/Available Read more ...

Ostufer / Holzrausch

Ostufer / Holzrausch

© Oliver Jaist Architects: Holzrausch Location: Ammerland, Münsing, Germany Area: 320.0 m2 Project Year: 2016 Photographs: Oliver Jaist Read more ...

3500 Millimetre House / Ago Architects

3500 Millimetre House / Ago Architects

© Kafin Noe'man Architects: Ago Architects Location: South Jakarta, Indonesia Lead Architect: Abimantra Pradhana Design Team: Gabi Osri, Leo Pratama Area: 100.0 m2 Project... Read more ...

Allegorical Portrait of 16C-18C Gentlewomen as the Goddess Minerva of War...

Allegorical Portrait of 16C-18C Gentlewomen as the Goddess Minerva of War, the Arts, & Wisdom

1735 Antoine Pesne 1683-1757 Jean-Philippe Baratier (1721-40) Presented to Minerva Early artists painted their contemporaries somewhat like allegories, & often painters would... Read more ...

Colorado Rocky Mountain Winter Snow Landscape Oil Painting,Fine Art For...

Colorado Rocky Mountain Winter Snow Landscape Oil Painting,Fine Art For Sale,"Fall Into Winter" by Colorado Landscape Artist Susan Fowler

Colorado Mountain Landscape Palette Knife Painting/Framed 18"x24" Oil on Panel/Available $495 Read more ...