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‘Designated Survivor’ Season 1, Episode 2: Day One

‘Designated Survivor’ Season 1, Episode 2: Day One

Kiefer Sutherland in “Designated Survivor.”

Inspired by Harriet Tubman, an Artist Takes Glass to Extremes

Inspired by Harriet Tubman, an Artist Takes Glass to Extremes

The artist Joyce J. Scott at her home in Baltimore. Her current exhibition, “Joyce J. Scott: Harriet Tubman and Other Truths,” is on view at Grounds for Sculpture in Hamilton, N.J., through April 1.

Aretha Franklin’s Fans Say Goodbye, With Tears and Dance Moves

Aretha Franklin’s Fans Say Goodbye, With Tears and Dance Moves

Maureen Forte, center, waited in line with a group of women from Chicago who traveled to Detroit to pay their respects to Aretha Franklin who lies in state at the Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History.

Dad Left a Big Impression: The Renoir Family Inheritance

Dad Left a Big Impression: The Renoir Family Inheritance

An interview with Jean Renoir, conducted by Jacques Rivette in 1967 for French television.

‘They’re Doing It Out of Love’: The Big Band Rises Again

‘They’re Doing It Out of Love’: The Big Band Rises Again

Darcy James Argue’s Secret Society, a large ensemble that tends toward dark-hued sounds, is now renowned in the jazz world.

Review: A B-Movie Starlet Becomes an Opera Diva in ‘Acquanetta’

Review: A B-Movie Starlet Becomes an Opera Diva in ‘Acquanetta’

Rather than telling a celebrated actress’s biography straight, “Acquanetta” bills itself as a “one-act deconstruction” of the horror genre.

‘The Bachelor’ Goes International. Will Bachelor Nation Follow?

‘The Bachelor’ Goes International. Will Bachelor Nation Follow?

The contestants in “The Bachelor Winter Games,” drawn from 12 countries, will compete in athletic events like a biathlon and ice dancing, as well as for true love.

Kanye West’s Great American Night

Kanye West’s Great American Night

Kanye West debuted his new album, “Ye,” on a field in Wyoming, with a ring of speakers positioned around a bonfire. The rapper has been working on a series of new projects for himself and his collaborators near Jackson Hole.

Can Digital Technology Open Up the Art World?

Can Digital Technology Open Up the Art World?

Since May, Christie’s website has listed results from its online-only auctions. Its competitors Sotheby’s and Paddle8 do not make this information available.

Review: Lafayette’s Double Bill of Baroque Opera and Dance Drama

Review: Lafayette’s Double Bill of Baroque Opera and Dance Drama

Members of Kalanidhi Dance rehearsing Opera Lafayette’s production of Francesco Geminiani’s “La Forêt enchantée.”

Uncovering the Secrets of the ‘Girl With a Pearl Earring’

Uncovering the Secrets of the ‘Girl With a Pearl Earring’

“The Girl in the Spotlight,” an intensive, two-week study of Vermeer’s “Girl With a Pearl Earring” using new exploratory technologies, begins Monday at the Mauritshuis Royal Picture Gallery in The Hague.

Louis C.K. Mocks Parkland School Shooting Survivors in Recent Set

Louis C.K. Mocks Parkland School Shooting Survivors in Recent Set

“You’re not interesting because you went to a high school where kids got shot,” Louis C.K. said in a recent bit at a Long Island comedy club.

A Director Looks for Beauty in Her Home’s Opioid Struggle

A Director Looks for Beauty in Her Home’s Opioid Struggle

“Recovery Boys,” debuting Friday on Netflix, follows opioid addicts working through recovery at Jacob’s Ladder, a farm-based rehab in West Virginia.

Arthur Jafa’s Profound Meditations on Black America

Arthur Jafa’s Profound Meditations on Black America

“La Scala,” 2018, at Gavin Brown’s enterprise in Harlem. The artist Arthur Jafa is at the center of this performance piece, inspired by the story of an 1830s sex worker who was possibly the first known trans woman in the United States.

The Story of ‘the Most Underrated Composer in History’

The Story of ‘the Most Underrated Composer in History’

A scene from American Ballet Theater’s 2016 production of “The Golden Cockerel,” with music by Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov, the subject of this year’s Bard Music Festival.

For Hugh Grant, a Smaller Screen Brings a More Complex Role

For Hugh Grant, a Smaller Screen Brings a More Complex Role

In “A Very English Scandal,” coming to Amazon Prime Video, Hugh Grant steps away from romantic hero types to play a brilliant but ruthless real-life member of Parliament.


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