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The Baku-based Heydar Aliyev Palace will host an evening of jazz-mugham with participation of well-known Azerbaijani musicians and performers on October 26 at 19.00, Trend Life reported.
“John Lithgow: Stories by Heart,” a meditation on storytelling and family, will begin Broadway previews in December.
Novels by Paul Auster, Emily Fridlund, Mohsin Hamid, Fiona Mozley, George Saunders and Ali Smith made the list. The prize will be announced Oct. 17.
The Man Booker Prize revealed their six-title shortlist on Wednesday, Sept. 13, 2017. Three debuts were nominated for the £50,000 ($81,625 Cdn), whi
Mr. Noah said, “Everyone watches porn, all right? It’s part of being a normal human being. Which is exactly why we know Ted Cruz didn’t do it.”
The actress-director suggests her new film, set against the backdrop of Cambodian genocide, affected her view of her family and relationship with Brad Pitt.
More than 300 people packed the Canadian Broadcasting Centre in Toronto Tuesday night, for the Women in Television and Film Toronto (WIFT) event that
Top Indian band Indian Ocean, which is visiting Azerbaijan on an international tour, gave a captivating concert at Baku Seaside Boulevard on September 11, 2017.
The 20th Opera Days of the International Organization of Turkic Culture (TURKSOY) started in Istanbul on September 11.
Angelina Jolie narrates a scene from her film.
Despite their new jobs and hairdos, the feminist slackers of “Broad City” have yet to grow up. And the late-night comic Samantha Bee returns for a third run.
From the early design stages, architects have integrated five immersive installations throughout the main academic building. Plop art it is not.
Ms. Campion discusses the gender politics of the show and the input sex workers had on the story.
Simon Stephens’s play explores the dreams and disappointments in one working-class family.
Seven years have passed since Allan Sekula and Noel Burch released their magisterial documentary The Forgotten Space.
Recalling the original critical response to pathbreaking productions directed by the founder of the Royal Shakespeare Company.
Theater directors bear heavy responsibility for a production’s failure yet enjoy only a meager portion of the glory that playwrights and actors receive when a show catches fire. Auteurs rebel ag
Apple’s annual program is an odd streaming TV event: an extended commercial that the faithful watch willingly.
Tehran, Sept 12, IRNA - Eleventh meeting of the Council of Asia-Pacific Space Cooperation Organization (APSCO) started here on Tuesday.
A former member of the United States rowing team, Mr. Carlson reinvents the preppy sport coats worn by elite rowing clubs.
Ms. Light was terrified to leave the soap opera “One Life to Live,” her first television series. But making the leap transformed her career.
Tehran, Sept 12, IRNA – The Islamic Republic News Agency (IRNA) Managing Director Mohammad Khoddadi called on the official media to consider social networks as their partners and not rivals.
The former prosecutor turned novelist lines her walls with memorabilia from her career and marriages, and shares her bathroom with unsavory characters.
Many Florida cultural organizations are relieved that, thanks to careful preparation and good luck, Hurricane Irma was not as bad as they had feared.
The Midnight Madness section of the Toronto International Film Festival is now considered a premier showcase for genre films. It wasn’t always so respectable.
The Tony-nominated Ms. Rashad will star in “Saint Joan,” George Bernard Shaw’s classic play.
The folk singer — ex-husband of Kate McGarrigle and father of Rufus Wainwright, among his other connections — does not go easy on himself in this memoir.
Paper magazine celebrated its “Beautiful People” issue, and Purple Magazine turned 25 at the Standard hotel.
A new three-year contract means Mr. Oliver’s weekly show “Last Week Tonight” will be on HBO through at least the next presidential election.
Tehran, Sep 12, IRNA - Vice-President and Head of Iran's Cultural Heritage, Handicrafts and Tourism Organization (ICHTO) Ali Asghar Monesan left Tehran for China on Tuesday to attend the 22nd ge
The investigative journalists Michael Isikoff and David Corn will publish their new book, tentatively titled “The Russian Connection,” in March.
In this magnificent documentary Frederick Wiseman looks at the New York Public Library, where people read, learn and seek a perfect union.
The Tony-nominated Ms. Rashad will star in ‘Saint Joan,’ Bernard Shaw’s classic play.
A debut feature that blends fiction and documentary elements is more vague than effective.
Tehran, Sep 12, IRNA - The second season of archeological excavations in the Vastmin cemetery in Kiasar, Mazandaran Province, led to the discovery of the third horse burial from the Parthian era.
If you're one of the many people who clamoured for the NES Classic but missed out, you'll get another chance very soon.
Mr. Abrams, who directed and was a writer on the 2015 blockbuster “Star Wars: The Force Awakens,” replaces Colin Trevorrow, who was pushed out last week.
Lucasfilm is circling back to J.J. Abrams, who helped relaunch the Star Wars movie franchise, to complete the upcoming ninth movie in the main series
Special set of skills or not, Liam Neeson says he's finished making thrillers. The veteran actor said he plans to stop, despite many lucrative offers
United Talent Agency has a deal to acquire GTN, which specializes in booking live speaking engagements. The acquisition announced Tuesday will immediately put UTA on the map of the speaking circui
Years of protests from druids and archaeologists have failed to derail plans for a new road tunnel near Britain's Stone Age site of Stonehenge, which received final approval from the government Tuesda
Mr. Wenders’s documentary “Pina” did something important: It helped helped to make modern dance more palatable to general audiences.
Azerbaijani films "S?s" ("The Voice") and "Bu, sevgidir" ("This is love") were named the best at the 13th Kazan International Muslim Film Festival held on September 5-11.
Three generations of Bausch dancers reflect on the company, whose emotionally driven style of dance theater retains its audience appeal.
A Toronto art dealer and a local designer are on a mission to prove a huge collection of paintings is by famed American painter Jean Michel Basquiat,
A Toronto art dealer and a local designer are on a mission to prove a huge collection of paintings is by famed American painter Jean Michel Basquiat,
A Toronto art dealer and a local designer are on a mission to prove a huge collection of paintings is by famed American painter Jean Michel Basquiat,
Mindy Kaling realizes the setting is somewhat fitting, if not a little depressing. She’s sitting in the sterile hospital waiting room — an inherently fraught place — that’s part of “The
YARAT Contemporary Art Space has organized next edition of the annual children’s festival under a slogan ‘Let’s Unite’.
Mexican director Guillermo del Toro says he loves Hamilton so much he'd like to set up his own studio in the city.
An egg-shaped museum from Guatemala called NuMu landed in Los Angeles on Sunday night. The Times took it out for a spin.
A champion of playwrights and actors, he also directed Britain’s National Theater, from 1973 to 1988.
In a movie adapted from his play, the writer and actor Aaron Davidman portrays more than a dozen people affected by the Mideast conflict.
After two years of sniping (and worse) from critics, Chris Dercon has finally taken the helm of Berlin’s Volksbühne theater.
Mr. Kimmel said that weather reports were becoming obsolete, thanks to the internet. He said that’s why TV personalities are starting to “risk everything for no good reason at all.”
Also awarded for lifetime achievement were El Anatsui, Rafael Moneo and Youssou N’Dour.
Since 2005 the Los Angeles resident has been designing gold pieces that are simple and small — and that sell.
The pieces include a gold ring that may have been from the actress’s 1940 marriage to Laurence Olivier.
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