But even Michael R. Bloomberg, whose name graces the building, got stuck outside the Shed until he provided the proper Covid documentation.
As more people are vaccinated and guidelines around mask wearing are easing, some are finding ways to preserve, repurpose and recycle their face coverings.
Tapper’s new thriller, “The Devil May Dance,” plumbs the connections among Hollywood, the Mafia and the Kennedy administration.
“To the Lighthouse” and “Beloved” suggest how to envision a world we might actually want to re-enter.
The former official, Sophia Kim, was a comptroller of the Kirov Academy of Ballet, a school founded in 1990 by the Rev. Sun Myung Moon.
Ms. Lane was Nick Cave’s collaborator and girlfriend during his formative period and helped define his sound. She also made records of her own.
Ethan Hawke and John Leguizamo star as Beckett’s tragicomic tramps — minus the comic part.
With “On Juneteenth,” Gordon-Reed recalls integrating her town’s school, and explains why she thinks back fondly on her native state.
Weeks before falling ill, he urged his countrymen to consider laughter “an act of resistance.” One of the country’s most beloved actors, he died of complications of Covid-19.
Mother’s Day, ‘Shrill’ and Philip Glass.
Liana Finck gets from A to B to C in many more ways than you could imagine.
A selection of 79 drawings from the collection recasts the most celebrated decade in American art as less American.
The Mark Morris Dance Group livestreamed a performance that featured a new work of substance, set to Brahms waltzes.
And: Free hugs for all.
Tune in May 12 for a new season of stories from the complicated love lives of real people.
His vibrant paintings of the urban Black experience, and his sketches of nursing home residents he cared for as an aide, drew increasing notice in his last years.
The story of Lori Arnold, drug queenpin and sister to Tom Arnold, is a complicated lesson in Midwestern values.
At some parties and night clubs, C.D.C. vaccination cards are the new velvet rope.
Hear tracks by Rostam, Marcellus Juvann, Gogo Penguin and others.
First things first: “I sculpt myself every day,” says Booker, who appears swathed in yards of textiles, from headdress to sneakers.
Services like Spotify and Apple Music pulled the business back from the brink. But artists say they can’t make a living. And their complaints are getting louder.
One of pop’s most successful songwriters on fighting for the value of his craft, and on the young talents he admires most.
A chiseled chest and relationship-oriented, too? Sure, they’re cartoons, but you can see the appeal.
This month’s picks: an Indian artist’s journey, a Japanese wild ride, an Egyptian trip into the past, a Nigerian satire and a mysterious French romance.
An emotional episode of “The Midnight Gospel” on Netflix helped our critic process her own fears about loneliness and loss.
The jurors were drawn to politically and socially engaged art, which was often about representing minority groups, the chair of the judges said.
The British actress has a sharp eye for the nuances of human behavior, as we see in the new season of Hulu’s “Shrill.”
Recent renovations around town have uncovered views of Manhattan that had been hiding in plain sight.
And how Thelma Golden and Isaac Mizrahi have stayed sane and creative during the pandemic.
For a new Netflix series, the actor dropped his lightsaber and picked up the cigarettes and scissors.