New research is helping the hunt for missing art, largely amassed by Hitler, then re-stolen by desperate Germans in the closing days of the war.
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Series and films depicting the procedure as an everyday occurrence have markedly increased, a scholar finds. Writers say they’re showing what they know.
Conservative thinkers are trying to bring intellectual coherence to the Trumpian moment under the banner of nationalism. But can it be cleansed of its darker currents?
After a court said the rapper could be held at least six more days pending an assault investigation, President Trump said “we hope to get him home soon.”
Find a cool reprieve — and endless stimulation — at these exhibitions in New York City.
The animated original was hardly the anticipated film the remake is now. But that release 25 years ago changed so much for Disney — and Hollywood.
CNN’s hourlong debate-lineup revelation had the appearance of a Powerball drawing and just as much depth.
Around New York, all roads lead to the moon: Here’s a roundup of events honoring the small steps and giant leaps that made the mission possible.
In ‘Becoming Superman,’ J. Michael Straczynski chronicles a life that was dominated early on by dysfunction and later by success that came with its own tensions.
Mr. Pelli, whose many distinctive projects include the Petronas Twin Towers in Malaysia, tried to reconcile modernism with his interest in shape, texture and the architecture of the past.
Burt Lancaster is celebrated nearly 40 different ways; “Mum” crosses the pond; and a fierce, fiddling Finn, Pekka Kuusisto, comes to town.
Celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing with “First Man,” “For All Mankind” and more.
The artists cited the museum’s “inertia” over calls to remove Warren B. Kanders.
Ms. Wyman photographed for Life, Business Week and her own enjoyment, satisfying “an immense curiosity to learn and understand the lives of others.”
The “Empire” actor’s lawyers want a new judge to decide on whether an investigator should revisit charges that he staged a hate crime.
Hollywood’s top three marketers — Walt Disney Studios, Warner Bros. and Universal Pictures — say marathon marketing campaigns no longer make sense for most movies.
A look back at the Brazilian musician’s innovations as one of the genre’s primary architects.
Saving Notre-Dame. John Paul Stevens dies. 16,000 Readers on “go back.” 16 black chefs changing food in the U.S. Generation Spice Girls. And more.
The 19-year-old musician, who released a hit single while on the run from the authorities, faces up to 99 years in prison.
The company is betting that better English versions of international hits like “Money Heist” will inspire more Americans to watch them.
“We’re asking the question: ‘Where is the poetry in social change,’” said Bill T. Jones.
Italy successfully pressed the heirs of a German soldier who had stolen a painting to give it back, with a little help from diplomats and social media.
Hear tracks by Wilco, Sam Smith, Iggy Pop and others.
The anti-immigrant party Alternative for Germany wants to know the nationalities of artists employed by state theaters, and cultural organizations are worried.
Ruthless and treacherous, the characters in these books may be kings, queens and pawns, but they act a lot like the people at a teenager’s lunch table.
Watch Maria Kochetkova perform part of her solo “Degunino,” choreographed by Marcos Morau.
Six new paperbacks to check out this week.
The actor and host of “WTF” talks about hope and change and wrestling.
The composer of a bleak “Handmaid’s Tale” adaptation brings a lighter, more lyrical fairy tale to Santa Fe Opera.
With orchestras rare in the early 19th century, today’s classics spread in quartet arrangements, a new recording shows.
Lincoln Center’s Mostly Mozart Festival presents a music-theater adaptation of one of the poet’s dramatic monologues.
Fifty years ago, humans set foot on the moon. These documentaries and feature films try to put that and other real-life space missions into context.
The superstar is all over the 2019 remake’s promotional tour. But how much of her will you hear in the actual film? We counted her lines.
“The Lion King” remake, the Apollo 11 anniversary and more: Here’s your guide to the weekend in culture.
The filmmaker Richard Curtis portrays an unblemished city in one British romantic comedy after the other. In real life, the screenwriter of “Yesterday” gives his spin on favorite spots.
Works by confined children show hopefulness in the face of stress, and may help in the healing.
Nesbo’s new novel, “The Knife,” made Marilyn Stasio’s skin crawl, so she followed it with less grisly fare, including a mystery set at a summer cottage in Maine.
That year seems to have been a turning point: For the first time, books by women sold as well — or better than — books by men.
The hosts questioned the president’s claim that he’d tried to stop the chant (and his remark to the crowd that he had “nothing to do”).
Resonance Records is set to release a nearly-200-song anthology of music, which will be the first complete collection of Cole’s pre-Capitol recordings.
The Fab Five are back for a fourth season, and BBC America revisits mankind’s fascination with the moon.
Halley Feiffer’s “Moscow Moscow Moscow Moscow Moscow Moscow” turns the master’s refined Russians into “Mean Girls.”
Miranda Haymon’s play relocates Kafka’s horrific tale of punishment to a contemporary world where African-American men are expendable entertainment.
Isaac Gomez’s one-woman play follows the trail violence in a city on the Mexican border.
For decades he played a 1741 instrument. Then he sold it and gave $1.5 million of the proceeds to his alma mater.
We finally get to see them along with James Corden and the newcomer Francesca Hayward as felines. What were they thinking.
Russian miniatures — boxes painted with elaborate fairy tales — once replaced the holy icons banned by the Soviets, but now history is reversing itself.
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Our guide to film series and special screenings.
Our guide to new art shows and some that will be closing soon.
Our guide to stand-up, improv and variety shows happening this weekend and in the week ahead.
Our guide to pop and rock shows and the best of live jazz happening this weekend and in the week ahead.
Our guide to the city’s best classical music and opera happening this weekend and in the week ahead.
Previews, openings and some last-chance picks.
Our guide to cultural events in New York City for children and teenagers happening this weekend and in the week ahead.
Our guide to dance performances happening this weekend and in the week ahead.
The newly released promo that the actor unveiled himself includes a glimpse of Miles Teller as the son of Goose, the first film’s sidekick.