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‘American Horror Story’ Season 5, Episode 7: Gods and Monsters

‘American Horror Story’ Season 5, Episode 7: Gods and Monsters

Lady Gaga and Kathy Bates in “American Horror Story: Hotel.”

Schubert’s Sonatas, and a Pianist, Come Into Their Own

Schubert’s Sonatas, and a Pianist, Come Into Their Own

“If you don’t get into the timelessness of its pace, you’re missing a very special thing about Schubert,” says Shai Wosner, who is playing the composer’s piano music at the 92nd Street Y.

Review: An Operatic Locavore Consumes the English Countryside

Review: An Operatic Locavore Consumes the English Countryside

Christina Gansch (Mélisande) and Christopher Purves (Golaud) in Stefan Herheim’s new production of “Pelléas et Mélisande” at the Glyndebourne festival in Britain.

Robert De Niro and Ben Stiller Drop By ‘S.N.L.’ to Help Skewer Michael Cohen

Robert De Niro and Ben Stiller Drop By ‘S.N.L.’ to Help Skewer Michael Cohen

Robert De Niro, left, as Robert Mueller, the special counsel in the Russia investigation, and Ben Stiller as Michael D. Cohen, President Trump’s personal lawyer, on “Saturday Night Live.”

Cleveland Triennial Is an Artistic Scavenger Hunt With Civic Pride

Cleveland Triennial Is an Artistic Scavenger Hunt With Civic Pride

An installation by Yinka Shonibare MBE, “The American Library,” 2018, at the Cleveland Public Library, is filled with books wrapped in African cloth and stamped with names of American immigrants.

The Los Angeles Dance Scene. Yes, There Is One.

The Los Angeles Dance Scene. Yes, There Is One.

Dancers performing “PowerShift” as the TL Collective at the L.A. Dance Project headquarters.

‘UnREAL’ Season 2 Finale: Trust Me

‘UnREAL’ Season 2 Finale: Trust Me

Shiri Appleby, left, and Constance Zimmer in “UnREAL.”

Trump Has Yet to Award the National Arts Medals for 2016

Trump Has Yet to Award the National Arts Medals for 2016

President Ronald Reagan presenting the photographer and filmmaker Gordon Parks with the National Medal of Arts in 1988.

Lorraine Gordon, Keeper of the Village Vanguard Flame, Dies at 95

Lorraine Gordon, Keeper of the Village Vanguard Flame, Dies at 95

Lorraine Gordon kept independent jazz alive at the legendary Village Vanguard in Greenwich Village. The club hosted musical greats like Thelonious Monk, Miles Davis and John Coltrane.

A New Type of Museum for an Age of Migration

A New Type of Museum for an Age of Migration

A European porcelain figure of an “oriental woman” from around 1860, right, is among the objects on display in the exhibition “Mobile Worlds” at the Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe in Hamburg, Germany.

Valee, Kanye West’s New Signee, Is a Rapper Who Just Might Build You a Koi Pond

Valee, Kanye West’s New Signee, Is a Rapper Who Just Might Build You a Koi Pond

The Chicago rapper Valee isn’t concerned with social media and extracurricular drama: “I would just rather be busy waiting on the next beat, so I can say something better than I just said.”

Will Cryptocurrencies Be the Art Market’s Next Big Thing?

Will Cryptocurrencies Be the Art Market’s Next Big Thing?

A selection of CryptoPunks, a collection of 10,000 characters with proof of ownership stored on the Ethereum blockchain.

‘The Night Of’ Season 1, Episode 7: A Test of Faith

‘The Night Of’ Season 1, Episode 7: A Test of Faith

Michael Kenneth Williams, left, and Riz Ahmed in “The Night Of.”

Top Female Music Executives Send Rebuke to Grammys Leadership

Top Female Music Executives Send Rebuke to Grammys Leadership

After the Grammys, the Recording Academy president Neil Portnow said women need to “step up” to get ahead in the business. Six of the industry’s most powerful women are now calling the organization “woefully out of touch.”

I Spy at New York’s Museum of Deception

I Spy at New York’s Museum of Deception

The immersive experience at Spyscape, a new espionage museum in Manhattan, includes challenges like a tunnel filled with laser beams.

A Teaser for the Shed, Hoping to Entice New Yorkers

A Teaser for the Shed, Hoping to Entice New Yorkers

The Shed, which opens in April, gave a taste of its programming last year with “A Prelude to the Shed,” featuring Roderick George, in white, and Josh Johnson.


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