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Post Malone’s ‘Hollywood’s Bleeding’ Notches a Fifth Week at No. 1

The singing rapper’s blockbuster album has topped the chart five nonconsecutive times, the most since Drake.

Review: On Disney Plus, a Show That Goldblumsplains the World

The quirky star of “The Fly” and “Jurassic Park” takes on the role of zeitgeist whisperer, innocently inquiring into our fascinations with sneakers, jeans and tattoos.

Two Vogue Shows Strike Art-World Poses

Rashaad Newsome and Kia LaBeija provide fierceness and flash but their shows come up short as dance.

How Did I Get That Yoga Story? You Really Had to Be There

As I participated in a workshop, the story came to life right in front of my eyes, right in front of the TV camera for “The Weekly.”

Brexit Dancing

Leaving the European Union is hard. Having a party is easy.

Faith and Reasons: Two Authors Explore the Persistence of Religious Feeling

Jack Miles, in “Religion as We Know It,” and Melvin Konner, in “Believers,” both turn to history to understand the nature of belief.

What Is the Meaning of Sacred Texts?

Karen Armstrong’s new book argues that Scripture is meant to be interpreted by the spirit of the words, not by the letter of the law.

Meryl Streep Wants to Tell You a Bedtime Story

Contemporary actors revivify E.B. White’s “Charlotte’s Web” and an unpublished work by Dr. Seuss.

Can Reality Television Produce a Plausible Rap Star?

Netflix’s “Rhythm + Flow” is the most recent example of the reality-TV business trying to get into the hip-hop business.

How Ludwig Göransson Became Directors’ Secret Musical Weapon

The 35-year-old Swede has worked closely with Ryan Coogler and Donald Glover. Up next: the score for the “Star Wars” series “The Mandalorian.”

On the Internet, No One Knows You’re Not Rich. Except This Account.

It’s easy to look successful on Instagram. Now, getting caught out is easy too.

World’s first airport therapy pig hogs the limelight at San Francisco airport

Pigs might not fly, but LiLou the therapy pig wants to make air travel less stressful.

An Art Show, by Veterans Armed With Cameras

A photography workshop for veterans offered an outlet to help them cope with the challenges of being home. An exhibit of their work is on display in Buffalo.

The French Theaters Where the iPhone Is No Match for Guignol

French puppet theater captures hearts and minds the way no technology does. Guignol is one of several characters that have endured for centuries.

What’s on TV Monday: The ‘Catherine the Great’ Finale and ‘A Single Man’

The four-part HBO mini-series starring Helen Mirren concludes. And ‘A Single Man’ arrives on Netflix.

Review: All the World’s a Grave in the Druid ‘Richard III’

Garry Hynes’s visually hypnotic interpretation of the tale of the crookback who would be king sees medieval England as a cold slaughterhouse.

‘Mr. Robot’ Season 4, Episode 6 Recap: Hostage Situations

Elliott crossed a line this week that even Mr. Robot can’t go along with.

Review: Coffee With a Side of Isolation in ‘User Not Found’

The Next Wave festival’s latest digital dive: A tale of grief staged in a Brooklyn cafe that the audience only pieces together by smartphone.

‘Midway’ Is a Surprise Winner at the Box Office

Thanks to a weak showing for the Stephen King adaptation “Doctor Sleep,” the World War II movie took the top spot.

Will Global Jitters Dull the Glitter of New York’s Art Gigaweek?

A rediscovered David Hockney and a welded hippo are among some 2,000 works coming to auction. But only a handful are trophies.

Review: ‘Akhnaten’ Puts You on Philip Glass Time

A 1984 work has its premiere at the Metropolitan Opera in a spellbinding production, starring Anthony Roth Costanzo.

A Sculpture for Brooklyn’s New Golden Age?

Hank Willis Thomas strives for “Unity” in his public artwork at the Brooklyn Bridge.

Stephen Dixon, Prolific Writer of Experimental Fiction, Dies at 83

The author of 18 novels and hundreds of short stories, he never found fame or big sales. But his idiosyncratic storytelling drew praise.

When Home Is a Big Broadway Stage

Kristin Chenoweth and Ian McKellen demonstrate the increasingly popular art of turning theater palaces into cozy parlors for confabs with fans.

What’s on TV Sunday: ‘Back to Life’ and ‘Rick and Morty’

Daisy Haggard’s dark comedy about second chances hits Showtime, and “Rick & Morty” returns after a two-year hiatus.

A Toronto Bookstore Amplifies Marginalized Voices

Another Story Bookshop is focused on social justice and diversity, continuing the mission its founder established over 30 years ago.

Are There Benefits to Collagen Supplements?

Maybe! But get ready for a long-term relationship.

Joel Kim Booster Jokes About Grindr and Asian Stereotypes

The stand-up comedian stars in “Sunnyside,” an NBC sitcom created by Kal Penn.

Awkwafina on Traveling to Asia and Staycationing in New York City

The avid staycationer talks all things travel and her partnership with HotelTonight.

What’s on TV Saturday: ‘Sesame Street’ and ‘Let It Snow’

“Sesame Street” celebrates its 50th anniversary. And Netflix heads into the holiday season with “Let It Snow.”