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Europe’s ‘Rising Star’ Musicians Give as Much as They Get

Europe’s ‘Rising Star’ Musicians Give as Much as They Get

The Rising Stars program puts young musicians on European tour. This season’s class includes, clockwise from top left, the violist Ellen Nisbeth, the trumpeter Tamas Palfalvi, the violinist Emmanuel Tjeknavorian and the soprano Nora Fischer.

Painting That Hung in a Chicago Convention Center Brings Unexpected Windfall

Painting That Hung in a Chicago Convention Center Brings Unexpected Windfall

“Past Times” by Kerry James Marshall sold Wednesday night for $21.1 million at Sotheby’s, generating a windfall for a Chicago agency.

On ‘Big Brother,’ America Gets the Reality-TV Politics It Deserves

On ‘Big Brother,’ America Gets the Reality-TV Politics It Deserves

Omarosa Manigault Newman, the former Trump administration staffer, said on “Celebrity Big Brother” that she wouldn’t vote for President Trump again “in a million years.”

How Camila Cabello Lost Some Friends and Found Her Voice

How Camila Cabello Lost Some Friends and Found Her Voice

Camila Cabello released two albums as a member of Fifth Harmony before splitting from the group. She wrote on every song on her solo debut, “Camila.”

Review: David Chang in the Comfort Food Zone on Netflix

Review: David Chang in the Comfort Food Zone on Netflix

In the new Netflix show “Ugly Delicious,” the chef David Chang takes on topics as conventional as pizza, barbecue, fried chicken and Chinese cooking.

Charles Ray, Walking a Fine Line With a Hungry Lion

Charles Ray, Walking a Fine Line With a Hungry Lion

The Los Angeles-based sculptor Charles Ray at a pub in Walden, N.Y. Mr. Ray was visiting the foundry where his piece, “Mountain Lion Attacking a Dog,” was being completed for a show at Matthew Marks Gallery.

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.”

Fire-Breathing Robots Bring Anarchy to a Chelsea Art Gallery

Fire-Breathing Robots Bring Anarchy to a Chelsea Art Gallery

The artist Mark Pauline, who works under the name Survival Research Laboratories, has a new exhibition at Marlborough Contemporary.

‘Jane the Virgin’ Season 2, Episode 19: Money Issues

‘Jane the Virgin’ Season 2, Episode 19: Money Issues

From left, Yael Grobglas, Gina Rodriguez and Justin Baldoni in “Jane the Virgin.”

Venice Architecture Biennale to Honor Kenneth Frampton

Venice Architecture Biennale to Honor Kenneth Frampton

Kenneth Frampton, a historian from the Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation at Columbia University, will receive the award for lifetime achievement at the Venice Architecture Biennale.

Review: Taking Another Spooky Hike Up ‘Hanging Rock’

Review: Taking Another Spooky Hike Up ‘Hanging Rock’

Natalie Dormer in “Picnic at Hanging Rock,” a mini-series adaptation of the novel, debuting Friday on Amazon.

On ‘Jersey Shore Family Vacation’ and ‘Trading Spaces,’ Reality TV Eats Itself

On ‘Jersey Shore Family Vacation’ and ‘Trading Spaces,’ Reality TV Eats Itself

MTV’s “Jersey Shore Family Vacation” brings together most of the original “Jersey Shore” cast for a throwback misadventure in Miami.

Before He Was a Cubist, Picasso Was an Invertebrate

Before He Was a Cubist, Picasso Was an Invertebrate

A headline from The New York Times on April 14, 1914.

Tig Notaro Doesn’t Want to Hear About Disgraced Men Coming Back

Tig Notaro Doesn’t Want to Hear About Disgraced Men Coming Back

Tig Notaro says there’s a reason Louis C.K. had supporters: “It’s fame and power that people are blinded by.”

Untrodden Broadway: The Hidden Gems of a World-Famous Street

Untrodden Broadway: The Hidden Gems of a World-Famous Street

The relocated Hamilton Grange, Alexander Hamilton's home, 414 West 141 Street in St. Nicholas Park, just east of Broadway.

Museums Shake Things Up by Mixing Old and New

Museums Shake Things Up by Mixing Old and New

Frans Hals’s “Banquet of the Officers of the Calivermen Civic Guard,” left, from 1627, hangs next to Anton Henning’s “Interior No. 559” from 2018, at the Frans Hals Museum.


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