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Matt Herron, Whose Camera Chronicled a Movement, Dies at 89
As a magazine photojournalist, he immersed himself in the South as a witness to civil rights marches and clashes. He was killed when the glider he was piloting crashed.
6 hours ago
NY Times Arts
Matt Herron, Whose Camera Chronicled a Movement, Dies at 89
Trini Lopez, Singing Star Who Mixed Musical Styles, Dies at 83
His blend of American folk, Latin and rockabilly music captivated listeners worldwide. His secret: arrangements that people could dance to. He died of Covid-19.
6 hours ago
NY Times Arts
Trini Lopez, Singing Star Who Mixed Musical Styles, Dies at 83
From Concerts to Cartoons: Chopin's Most Famous Composition
A combination of biography, cultural commentary and personal reflection, Annik LaFarge's "Chasing Chopin" radiates out from the "Funeral March."
9 hours ago
NY Times Arts
From Concerts to Cartoons: Chopin's Most Famous Composition
Happily Ever After? Harry and Meghan Will Settle for Normal
In "Finding Freedom," the veteran reporters Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand show how the British royal family's fairy tale turned into a cautionary one.
10 hours ago
NY Times Arts
Happily Ever After? Harry and Meghan Will Settle for Normal
In 'Zo,' Love Must Overcome Class Difference and Disaster
Xander Miller's debut novel asks how we can stay together when the world is coming apart.
10 hours ago
NY Times Arts
In 'Zo,' Love Must Overcome Class Difference and Disaster
Kurt Andersen Asks: What Is the Future of America?
"Evil Geniuses" diagnoses the troubling changes that have taken place in America over the last several decades, and how to fix them.
10 hours ago
NY Times Arts
Kurt Andersen Asks: What Is the Future of America?
New York Comic Con Is Going Online
The show is partnering with YouTube for the con, which is usually at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center.
11 hours ago
NY Times Arts
New York Comic Con Is Going Online
When Railroads Controlled the Country
Michael Hiltzik's "Iron Empires" describes how 19th-century robber barons created and destroyed wealth on an unprecedented scale.
11 hours ago
NY Times Arts
When Railroads Controlled the Country
'The Erratics' Remembers a Mother With a Monstrous Talent for Twisting Reality
In her memoir, Vicki Laveau-Harvie writes about returning home to take care of her aging parents, one of whom manipulated people and facts with ease and pleasure.
12 hours ago
NY Times Arts
'The Erratics' Remembers a Mother With a Monstrous Talent for Twisting Reality
Meet 'Black Is King's' floral designer. How Maurice Harris uses flowers for justice
This California-native helped bring "Black Is King" to life. He also runs a floral design studio, a coffee shop and has a new Quibi show.
15 hours ago
LA Times Art
Meet 'Black Is King's' floral designer. How Maurice Harris uses flowers for justice
Boundary-Pushing Books for Fans of Narrative Experiments
"Natural History," "Avoid the Day," "Crossings" and "Little Scratch" offer literary puzzle boxes and formal feats.
19 hours ago
NY Times Arts
Boundary-Pushing Books for Fans of Narrative Experiments
Jan Steward, artist and Corita Kent book coauthor, dies at 91
The prolific artist designed work for George Harrison and Ravi Shankar and turned her L.A. home into a crossroads for world music stars.
1 day ago
LA Times Art
Jan Steward, artist and Corita Kent book coauthor, dies at 91
Silver Lake memorial protesting police brutality must come down, DWP says
The 2.2-mile "Say Their Names" memorial remembers 100 Black individuals killed by police. The Department of Water and Power says it must come down.
1 day ago
LA Times Art
Silver Lake memorial protesting police brutality must come down, DWP says
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