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From the Museum of Homelessness in London to the Museum of Joy in San Francisco, institutions lacking physical homes are finding ways to thrive and send a message.
“Gemini” opens with the instantly unforgettable image of an upside-down palm tree. Something like a distress signal for the laid-back cool of Los Angeles, the film is a glassy sleek, lightly s
With elegant dishes and celebrity chefs, museum food has come a long way since the Met opened its cafeteria in 1954.
The singer, whose name is Josh Tillman, is releasing his newest album, “Pure Comedy,” on April 7.
The playwright Steven Levenson recalls how a Supreme Court decision awakened the activist inside him.
François Ozon’s adaptation of Ernst Lubitsch’s 1932 antiwar film, “Broken Lullaby,” is set in Germany and France in the aftermath of World War I.
The New Directors/New Film Series opens on Wednesday with the joyful “Patti Cake$,” one of several features by talented but little-known artists.
This Jeff Talbott play tells of the exhaustion a cemetery laborer encounters as he navigates his relationships at work and at home.
Check out the theater, dance and museum deals we found for snow-drenched tourists and families with cabin fever.
Jean-Pierre Frohlich of the New York City Ballet talks about teaching “The Cage,” a stylized Jerome Robbins work, to the Bolshoi dancers.
The 2017 festival at City Center has been dominated by women — and has a standout in Patricia Guerrero.
The Hollywood action film “Logan,” starring Hugh Jackman, ruled China’s box office for the second consecutive week. The film, an X-Men spinoff directed by James Mangold and produced by 20th
As both a musician and a composer, Mr. Mengelberg approached the jazz tradition with an antic sense of humor.
Tehran, March 14, IRNA – Managing Director of the Islamic Republic News Agency (IRNA) Mohammad Khodadi and senior managers of several Omani media in a meeting here on Tuesday exchanged views on bro
Heather Ann Thompson, Andrés Reséndez and Nancy Tomes have won this year’s Bancroft Prize, one of the most prestigious honors in the field of American history.
Molly McCully Brown’s first book of poems, about a government-run hospital, is part history lesson, part séance, part ode to dread.
Capitalizing on some of its highest ratings in years, “Saturday Night Live” will again spin off its long-running “Weekend Update” segment into prime time this summer. “‘SNL’ is havin
Ms. O’Neill, a British author, scholar and professor, is known for her work on Immanuel Kant, as well as research on political philosophy and ethics.
A Canadian has captured the final rose on the latest edition of The Bachelor, with Montreal special education teacher Vanessa Grimaldi winning the he
After decades of false starts, “The Other Side of the Wind,” Welles’s final opus, is closer to being completed and shown worldwide.
The show’s summer version, which will still feature Colin Jost and Michael Che, will have four half-hour episodes, starting Aug. 10.
The prequel will star Iain Armitage as a 9-year-old Sheldon Cooper, with Jim Parsons of “Big Bang” providing narration as the adult Sheldon.
Today in Entertainment: Disney shelves 'Beauty and the Beast's' Malaysian release; South by Southwest updates March 14, 2017, 11:04 a.m. The South by Southwest Film Festival is now open and alread
Need 55,000 square feet of new display space? Put it under a terrace.
Daniel Kaluuya, star of the horror hit "Get Out," has responded to Samuel L. Jackson's suggestion that a black American actor ought to have played his part.
The Velvet Underground and Nico performed in downtown Manhattan before recording a debut LP; the show was captured by Larry Morris.
I first saw Jason Rhoades' installation "My Brother / Brancuzi" at the 1995 Whitney Biennial. It was a weird, chaotic accumulation of construction materials, power tools and homemade vehicles, fro
Tommy LiPuma, a high school dropout who became a Grammy-winning record producer with stars like Natalie Cole and George Benson and eventually ran the largest jazz label in the world, has died afte
The Velvet Underground and Nico performed at Andy Warhol’s club in April 1966; the Velvet Underground’s debut LP came out in 1967.
When Judy Norman walks on stage for the play Spillikin, she performs beside a somewhat different cast member — a humanoid robot.
Margaret Lyons recommends some shows you can binge-watch right now, before their new seasons start.
Writer and filmmaker Amy Krouse Rosenthal, who broke hearts when she wrote of being terminally ill and leaving behind her husband Jason, has died. As
Snoop Dogg's remix of a song by Canadian group BadBadNotGood has triggered a controversy with its politically charged message and satirical music vid
Snoop Dogg's remix of a song by Canadian group BadBadNotGood has triggered a controversy with its politically charged message and satirical music vid
In interviews, Daniel Kaluuya seems to rebut Mr. Jackson’s comments about the black experience in Britain being less fraught than that in the United States.
Long lines and big crowds to see this artist’s show at the Hirshhorn Museum make you wonder.
When is a podcast not a mystery but an invasion of privacy?
Amid a tense labor atmosphere in Hollywood, the Writers Guild of America began contract negotiations Monday in what is expected to be a tough round of talks as the industry continues to grapple wi
Amid a tense labor atmosphere in Hollywood, the Writers Guild of America began contract negotiations Monday in what is expected to be a tough round of talks as the industry continues to grapple wi
The staff of the EU mission in Azerbaijan has celebrated the Last Tuesday before Novruz, Day.Az reported.
The Second Booktrailer Festival is fast approaching.
Institutions are experimenting with music, aromas, replicas that people can touch and even liquids that they can drink, in the hope of engaging visitors.
Institutions like the American Museum of Natural History and the Musée de la Grande Guerre in France are experimenting with telepresence creatures.
Pharos is an effort among 14 institutions to create a database that will eventually hold and make accessible 22 million images of artworks.
Aynur Mammadova, the world's strongest para taekwondo fighter, has starred in spring photoshoot featuring a beloved Novruz character-Bahar gizi (Spring girl), Trend Life reported.
Los Angeles “Hamilton” fans, take note: 10 a.m. April 30. That’s when individual tickets for the musical’s run at the Hollywood Pantages will go on sale, the theater announced Tuesday. Ame
Tehran, March 14, IRNA - The first project for archaeological explorations in the prehistoric area of Tall-e Suzu in Bushehr Province is underway, the Research Institute of Cultural Heritage and Tour
What would Howard Ashman have thought? We’ll never know. But as the credits rolled on “Beauty and the Beast,” Disney’s live-action update of its own 1991 animated masterwork, I found mysel
What would Howard Ashman have thought? We’ll never know. But as the credits rolled on “Beauty and the Beast,” Disney’s live-action update of its own 1991 animated masterwork, I found mysel
Azerbaijan's second largest city, Ganja, will assume its new role as a Cultural Capital of the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) 2017.
Disney has indefinitely postponed the opening of its film "Beauty and the Beast" in Malaysia after censors in the Muslim-majority nation reportedly cut out a "gay moment" in the movie
"Pearls of classic music" will sound at the International Mugham Center on April 5, Trend Life reported.
President Trump is pretty adamant about his disdain for the news media. But he knows who his friends are. For four years before he ran for president, Trump called into the Fox News Channel morning
A gala evening has been held in Opera Studio named after Shovket Mammadova, organized by Azerbaijan Youth Union and supported by Azerbaijan Dance Association, Trend Life reported.
Newfoundland and Labrador actress Petrina Bromley dishes about life in New York and her big Broadway debut.
Why didn’t the professor in the viral clip help get his children under control? Because no one on TV wears pants, Mr. Noah said Monday.
The Chicago artist Theaster Gates, who has a new show at the National Gallery, makes works from castoff objects, revitalizing his neighborhood with their sale.
Danny Lyon’s photograph of prisoners toiling in a cotton field can be better understood alongside other images of labor.
Theaster Gates salvages architectural elements embedded with history, like a church roof and a gym floor, and turns them into fine art. Take a 360° stroll through his exhibit at the National Gallery
Today, the country celebrates the Earth or Last Tuesday (Torpag or Akhir Chershenbesi) prior to the main holiday to be held on March 20-21.
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