Jupiter & Okwess, from the Democratic Republic of Congo, provided the fiercest grooves at the 15th installment of Globalfest.
Chelan Lasha, in 2014; she is one of the additional accusers testifying at Bill Cosby’s sexual assault retrial. After testifying, she called out to Mr. Cosby, drawing an immediate objection from his lawyers.
James Collins Johnson, a fugitive slave from Maryland, worked as a janitor and vendor on campus for 60 years. An arch students pass through at graduation will be named for him.
Frank Dillane in “Fear the Walking Dead.”
From left, Christina Sahaida, Billy Smith (behind Ms. Sahaida), Dallas McMurray, Mica Bernas and Aaron Loux in “The Trout,” which had its premiere on Thursday at Lincoln Center’s Rose Theater as part of the Mostly Mozart Festival.
The European Youth Orchestra is relocating from London to Ferrara, Italy, before Britain leaves the European Union.
The new Hulu show “Castle Rock,” though inspired by the characters and settings of Stephen King’s work, tells an original story about a death row attorney drawn back to his hometown when a young man (played by Bill Skarsgard) is discovered in that cage inside Shawshank prison.
The Louvre Abu Dhabi, which opened to the public on Nov. 11, will be the new home of Leonardo da Vinci’s “Salvator Mundi.”
Glenn Gould recording Bach’s “Goldberg” Variations in 1955. The complete sessions have been recently released on disc.
Thomas Middleditch, left, and Josh Brener in “Silicon Valley.”
Five years after MTV retired the lovably loutish young men and women of “Jersey Shore,” the network has reunited them in Miami Beach.
From left, Wes Bentley and Evan Peters in “American Horror Story: Hotel.”
Max Hollein, as director of Frankfurt’s Städel Museum, above, raised money for a new underground wing by persuading citizens to help. He wore yellow rubber boots, used in construction work, everywhere, and sold them to supporters for a donation, as a symbol of “building” the museum together.
From left, Audrey Esparza and Maria Rivera in “Blindspot.”
“While we have achieved a lot together over the past year,” Lincoln Center’s president, Debora L. Spar, said in a statement on Friday, “I have also questioned whether the role is right for me.”
From left, Terrence Howard, Taraji P. Henson and Taye Diggs in “Empire.”
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