Tiler Peck, the New York City Ballet principal, at Lincoln Center. A new documentary, “Ballet Now,” follows Ms. Peck as she puts together a program of dance in Los Angeles. That experience changed her, she said, in a way that “has translated into my dancing now.”
A postcard in “World on the Horizon, Swahili Arts Across the Indian Ocean” at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of African Art. Photo: J. P. Fernandes, “Ostafrikanische Schönheit” (“East African Beauty”) in Zanzibar, Tanzania, pre-1900.
Dane Johansen hiked the Camino de Santiago in northern Spain while playing Bach’s suites for solo cello in churches along the way.
Banksy’s “Vote to Love” in the Royal Academy’s summer exhibition. The work, an earlier version of which was rejected when the artist submitted it under a different pseudonym, is based on a poster from the 2016 Brexit referendum.
André Holland, Linda Emond, Michael Angarano and Eric Johnson in "The Knick"
A cobweb Valentine from about 1845, part of the collection assembled by Nancy Rosin, pulls up into a cone shape.
“The Divine Spouse,” an example of Mexican church art by Miguel Cabrera, presents Jesus as a man-child reclining on a bed of flowers. Work from “New Spain” was recognized not as a European knockoff, but a product with its own style by the 18th century.
From left, Wylie Gelber, Griffin Goldsmith, Lee Pardini and Taylor Goldsmith of Dawes. The band’s sixth album, “Passwords,” is about our tech-driven lives.
The “Teddy Perkins” installment of “Atlanta,” with Donald Glover starring as the title character, was one of the most remarkable TV episodes of 2018.
Empire City Skating Rink, circa 1868, in the East 60s, was roughly the length of a football field and among the city’s first indoor skating palaces.
Michelle Buteau is one of the comics taking part in Netflix’s experimental 15-minute specials.
Mahan Esfahani made his Carnegie Hall debut this month. One critic described the recital as “exuberant, antisentimental, bracing.”
The A.B.A. Rare Book Fair’s 61st edition shifted to a new venue in Battersea, London, south of the River Thames.
Dave Fanning, an Irish music journalist and one of the first to discover the Cranberries, talks about how Dolores O'Riordan found a place between grunge and Brit pop that catapulted the band to international stardom.
Cody Critcheloe, who makes music and art under the name Ssion, is releasing “O,” his first album in seven years.
Andy Samberg and Sandra Oh hosted the 76th Golden Globe Awards Sunday night at the Beverly Hilton in Los Angeles.
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