As coronavirus deaths rose, museums and galleries have rolled out new shows. The socialite Libbie Mugrabi is planning a dinner for the ages. Is Miami’s art world clueless?
Ari Roth founded Mosaic Theater Company after being fired by Theater J. He resigned under pressure after complaints from staff.
And how to do a solo holiday season.
Mando gets a new task from a complicated ally. Baby Yoda gets a back story.
It is a riddle, wrapped in a mystery, buried in the desert: If the sculptor made this tall, silvery object, it was without mentioning a word to his dealer or his art friends.
A lack of hard facts has not prevented plenty of speculation as to whether Queen Elizabeth and the other member of the royal family ever watch their fictionalized selves.
Inspired by this year’s protests against racial injustice, this Derek Fordjour painting reimagines the stars and stripes of the American flag.
In the latest installment of our Designer D.I.Y. series, learn how to breathe new life into old clothes with a classic sashiko stitch.
Season 4 of the Netflix show takes viewers into a new decade, with a musical soundtrack to match, including artists like Stevie Nicks, Elton John and David Bowie.
The complex realities of subsistence escape “Hillbilly Elegy.” But as far back as Charlie Chaplin’s “City Lights,” filmmakers have been turning a discerning eye on destitution.
These days everybody wants a piece of the nonfiction game. HBO’s documentary heads, Nancy Abraham and Lisa Heller, talked about how they’re navigating the evolving landscape.
Yu Miri won a National Book Award for “Tokyo Ueno Station,” a novel whose main character is the ghost of a homeless construction worker.
The indefatigable photographer on the struggles of getting his new film to the next generation of activists.
It was the best show idea the writer Peter Moffat had ever heard. Bryan Cranston loved it, too. Their new mini-series asks: How far would you go to protect your child?
Bamba Sama left a lasting impression on Khrehaan Ebah, who was having lunch two years ago at a TGI Fridays, where Mr. Sama was the general manager.
Devin Keudell and Matt Polk, who are both in the theater industry, finally made a connection while working on “Rocky the Musical.”
Many marijuana crops are uninsured, which means that in the wake of disaster, farmers can face financial ruin.
The reporter who broke the story of the cult for The New York Times thought he was done with Nxivm. But he couldn’t resist seeing how “The Vow” and “Seduced” compared with his own experiences.
Elma Holder and Jerry Stallings met at a retirement community in Yukon, Okla. His apartment was directly under hers, one flight below.
Dyanna Quizon and Dane Volek were brought together by a ‘Back to the Future Day’ party. But their bond was cemented through Jane Austen.
Maxwell Sugerman and Maria Lopez, who met on a dating app in 2017, postponed their wedding five times before saying “I do.”
Upside-down fairy tales, a neon periodic table, the art of Ramona Quimby and more.
Set in the present day, this adaptation of the classic children’s novel forgets why the story of a horse surviving the maliciousness of humans has endured for so long.
To feel close to my father, a man I never fully knew, I eat chicken nuggets.
In “The National Road,” Tom Zoellner set out to discover what connects us as Americans at a time when divisions run deep.
This long Thanksgiving weekend, check out a great concert, a craft show for kids and a reboot that’s better than the original.
Their show “As Time Goes By” was a hit in Britain and had a following in the U.S. “When you acted with him,” Ms. Dench said, “you’d just feel very safe.”
Our critics and writers have selected noteworthy cultural events to experience virtually.
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She created the Desdemona role in José Limón’s best-known dance, “The Moor’s Pavane,” and became a respected teacher.