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After Harvey Weinstein’s Fall, Spotlight Finds His Brother
Bob Weinstein long operated in the shadow of his sibling, but is now scrambling to hold their company together while facing an uncertain future of his own.
6 hours ago
NY Times Arts
After Harvey Weinstein’s Fall, Spotlight Finds His Brother
Trump’s Sketch of Empire State Building Fetches $16,000 at Auction
The president created the black-marker sketch amid his attempted takeover of the tower in the 1990s.
7 hours ago
NY Times Arts
Trump’s Sketch of Empire State Building Fetches $16,000 at Auction
The Persistence of Pink and Kelly Clarkson, Outspoken Pop Survivors
Two of the music world’s biggest voices and boldest personalities are back. Deep into successful careers, where have their paths diverged? A conversation, on Popcast.
7 hours ago
NY Times Arts
The Persistence of Pink and Kelly Clarkson, Outspoken Pop Survivors
3 Books That Explore Catalonia’s Fight for Independence
The secessionist movement has been prominent for years.
8 hours ago
NY Times Arts
3 Books That Explore Catalonia’s Fight for Independence
Review: ‘The Dana Carvey Show’ Was Doomed. ‘Too Funny to Fail’ Explains Why
How did a show so stacked with talent flop so badly?
9 hours ago
NY Times Arts
Review: ‘The Dana Carvey Show’ Was Doomed. ‘Too Funny to Fail’ Explains Why
Review: In ‘Geostorm,’ Gerard Butler (and His Stubble) Save the Planet
In this action film, the world is threatened by a space-based weather-control system armed with ice, fire, hail and heavy rain.
9 hours ago
NY Times Arts
Review: In ‘Geostorm,’ Gerard Butler (and His Stubble) Save the Planet
The Playlist: Taylor Swift Has a Miserable Crush and 12 More New Songs
Hear the tracks the caught our critics' attention this week, from Fever Ray, Colleen, Chris Stapleton and more.
10 hours ago
NY Times Arts
The Playlist: Taylor Swift Has a Miserable Crush and 12 More New Songs
Review: A Case of Déjà Vu in ‘Tyler Perry’s Boo 2! A Madea Halloween’
In this sequel that feels like a remake, all prospects for amusement are never even vaguely realized.
10 hours ago
NY Times Arts
Review: A Case of Déjà Vu in ‘Tyler Perry’s Boo 2! A Madea Halloween’
Omer Fast’s Chinatown Installation Is a Misfire
Part of the artist’s current solo at James Cohan’s Chinatown space, “August,” reads as nasty condescension.
10 hours ago
NY Times Arts
Omer Fast’s Chinatown Installation Is a Misfire
Governor Cuomo Outlaws Use of Elephants for Entertainment
The New York governor signed a bill that is the latest salvo in a growing movement to preserve the animals.
10 hours ago
NY Times Arts
Governor Cuomo Outlaws Use of Elephants for Entertainment
Carrie Coon, at the top of her game, returns to the stage where it all began
After acclaim for HBO's "The Leftovers" and an Emmy nomination for FX's "Fargo," Carrie Coon talks about returning to the stage to star in Amy Herzog's "Mary Jane" off-Broadway at New York Theatre Workshop.
11 hours ago
LA Times Art
Carrie Coon, at the top of her game, returns to the stage where it all began
Essential Arts & Culture: Kusama-palooza, Getty Center's birthday, censored Hollywood public art
At the Broad, it's all about infinity. A key Los Angeles institution marks two decades of existence. And a work by Erika Rothenberg in Hollywood is censored in the wake of the sexual harassment scandals. I?m Carolina A. Miranda, staff writer for the Los Angeles Times, with the week's essential...
4 hours ago
LA Times Art
Essential Arts & Culture: Kusama-palooza, Getty Center's birthday, censored Hollywood public art
Mirga meets an old master at Disney Hall
When Gidon Kremer has a farsighted cause, it is wise to pay close attention. Over an uncompromising half-century career, the Latvian violinist and one of the last of the legendary artists to come out of the Soviet Russia music education system has been single-handedly responsible for bringing attention...
7 hours ago
LA Times Art
Mirga meets an old master at Disney Hall
Written by a fifth-grader, starring actors from 'Veep' and 'Insecure.' Title: 'Small Hands, Orange ...
An all-star roster of actors ' Tony Hale ('Veep'), Jimmi Simpson ('Westworld'), Molly Shannon ('Saturday Night Live'), J.B. Smoove ('Curb Your Enthusiasm') and more ' was the pawn in the hands of fifth-grade screenwriters. Out of 900 screenplays written by students in the Young Storytellers program...
14 hours ago
LA Times Art
Written by a fifth-grader, starring actors from 'Veep' and 'Insecure.' Title: 'Small Hands, Orange ...
Must she die? In Victory Theatre's funny 'Resolving Hedda,' an Ibsen character tries to defy fate
Henrik Ibsen: Ahead of his time. Father of modern drama. Often considered an early male feminist for confronting the constraints on women in the 19th century. The title character of one of his plays has a bone to pick with him, though. Hedda Gabler has had enough of being strong and uncompromising...
16 hours ago
LA Times Art
Must she die? In Victory Theatre's funny 'Resolving Hedda,' an Ibsen character tries to defy fate
Nightmare on 'Kaidan' street: Immersive theater project mines Japanese folk tales for weird spooks
It's part haunted house, part art installation, part performance-art piece: The Rogue Artist Ensemble and East West Players' immersive 'Kaidan Project: Walls Grow Thin' unfolds in an abandoned warehouse that has been reconfigured into settings for a series of nightmares spun out of Japanese folklore....
16 hours ago
LA Times Art
Nightmare on 'Kaidan' street: Immersive theater project mines Japanese folk tales for weird spooks
Reflections on Education in the Arts: A Fifty-Year Perspective
3 days ago
MoMA
Reflections on Education in the Arts: A Fifty-Year Perspective
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