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Community Radio Fights to Stay Live (and Weird) Despite Coronavirus
Local stations have cut down on D.J.s coming to the studio, but playlists and personalities are holding strong as small stations get a chance to build bigger audiences.
3 hours ago
NY Times Arts
Community Radio Fights to Stay Live (and Weird) Despite Coronavirus
Michael Sorkin, 71, Dies; Saw Architecture as a Vehicle for Change
Mr. Sorkin, who died of the coronavirus, promoted social justice in his prodigious output of essays, lectures and designs.
3 hours ago
NY Times Arts
Michael Sorkin, 71, Dies; Saw Architecture as a Vehicle for Change
A Fight Over Money, Loyalty and Who Gets Credit for an Artist's Rise
Derek Fordjour and the gallery that once worked with him are battling in court over pieces he promised to create before his career took off.
4 hours ago
NY Times Arts
A Fight Over Money, Loyalty and Who Gets Credit for an Artist's Rise
Column: Bubonic plague in Europe changed art history. Why coronavirus could do the same
A painting revolution was ready to take off in the 14th century, but then the plague hit Italy. What lessons does that hold about our own art future?
6 hours ago
LA Times Art
Column: Bubonic plague in Europe changed art history. Why coronavirus could do the same
Now Playing Nightly on Instagram: Sketch Comedy's Newest Star
Names big and small are pivoting to online humor, but the standouts are the character-driven performers who were there all along, especially Meg Stalter.
7 hours ago
NY Times Arts
Now Playing Nightly on Instagram: Sketch Comedy's Newest Star
They Create Nightmare Worlds for TV. Now They're Living in One.
Amid the pandemic, the producers of dystopian dramas like "The Handmaid's Tale" and "Westworld" see their work in a different light.
8 hours ago
NY Times Arts
They Create Nightmare Worlds for TV. Now They're Living in One.
What's on TV Sunday: 'Portrait of a Lady on Fire' and 'Beef House'
Watch a tender romance on Hulu, or try out a new sitcom from Tim Heidecker and Eric Wareheim.
17 hours ago
NY Times Arts
What's on TV Sunday: 'Portrait of a Lady on Fire' and 'Beef House'
Mike Longo, Jazz Pianist, Composer and Educator, Dies at 83
Best known for his long association with Dizzy Gillespie, Mr. Longo, who died of the coronavirus, also led a big band and promoted the work of other musicians.
22 hours ago
NY Times Arts
Mike Longo, Jazz Pianist, Composer and Educator, Dies at 83
Ray Mantilla, Percussionist Who Transcended Genres, Dies at 85
He was adept at a range of instruments, particularly the congas and timbales, and he could make himself at home in almost any ensemble.
1 day ago
NY Times Arts
Ray Mantilla, Percussionist Who Transcended Genres, Dies at 85
For dancers, coronavirus wipes out stage, TV and video work. Life is 'grief and fear'
JaQuel Knight, Beyoncé's head choreographer, organized a meal giveaway. But with concerts, tours and video shoots canceled, help and hope remain scarce.
1 day ago
LA Times Art
For dancers, coronavirus wipes out stage, TV and video work. Life is 'grief and fear'
A Box of Secrets Led to the Story of Her Father's Painful Wartime Past
Ariana Neumann's father had nightmares and an ID card in a different name. In her memoir, "When Time Stopped," she unspools the past he kept hidden for so long.
1 day ago
NY Times Arts
A Box of Secrets Led to the Story of Her Father's Painful Wartime Past
No Fan of Sports, a Graphic Novelist Learns to Follow the Bouncing Ball
In "Dragon Hoops," Gene Luen Yang intercuts the thrilling wins and crushing losses of one high school team with basketball's own turbulent history.
1 day ago
NY Times Arts
No Fan of Sports, a Graphic Novelist Learns to Follow the Bouncing Ball
LACMA demolition moves forward, but coronavirus pauses Academy and Lucas construction
The Los Angeles County Museum of Art stirs some controversy as construction continues amid coronavirus.
1 day ago
LA Times Art
LACMA demolition moves forward, but coronavirus pauses Academy and Lucas construction
Enjoy weekend culture while social distancing: Terrence McNally, LACO, Michelangelo
Critically acclaimed 'Sweet Land' comes to streaming. L.A. Chamber Orchestra launches an online series. The Getty wows with its Michelangelo show.
1 day ago
LA Times Art
Enjoy weekend culture while social distancing: Terrence McNally, LACO, Michelangelo
Commentary: Coronavirus closed S.F. Symphony, but new recordings carry MTT spirit loud and clear
For some music to celebrate what it means to be alive: San Francisco Symphony releases high-quality recordings to make up for canceled concerts.
1 day ago
LA Times Art
Commentary: Coronavirus closed S.F. Symphony, but new recordings carry MTT spirit loud and clear
Column: Nikki Haley attacks coronavirus stimulus money for the arts, but culture is sick too
Nikki Haley denounces a relatively tiny amount of assistance for arts groups hurt by coronavirus closures. She forgets that the arts employ people too.
2 days ago
LA Times Art
Column: Nikki Haley attacks coronavirus stimulus money for the arts, but culture is sick too
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