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Met Opera Accuses James Levine of Decades of Sexual Misconduct

Met Opera Accuses James Levine of Decades of Sexual Misconduct

James Levine, then the music director of the Metropolitan Opera, and Peter Gelb, the Met’s general manager, at a news conference in 2006.

Aretha Franklin’s 20 Essential Songs

Aretha Franklin’s 20 Essential Songs

Aretha Franklin had the ability to strike a powerful note without ever losing her beautiful tone.

Review: The Stepchild of Cinderella Operas Finally Makes It to the Met

Review: The Stepchild of Cinderella Operas Finally Makes It to the Met

Joyce DiDonato, Massenet’s Cendrillon at the Metropolitan Opera, heading to the prince’s ball in a coach (made of the letters of the French word for coach) in a new production that runs through May 11.

The Enduring Power of Otis Redding’s ‘Dock of the Bay’

The Enduring Power of Otis Redding’s ‘Dock of the Bay’

Otis Redding’s “(Sittin’ on) The Dock of the Bay” became a hit after his 1967 death. This week in New York, it will be celebrated at the Apollo.

‘UnREAL’ Season 2, Episode 5: Somebody Do Something

‘UnREAL’ Season 2, Episode 5: Somebody Do Something

Michael Rady and Shiri Appleby in “UnREAL.”

Can Netflix Take Turkey’s TV Dramas to the World?

Can Netflix Take Turkey’s TV Dramas to the World?

Cagatay Ulusoy, left, and Hazar Erguclu in “The Protector,” Netflix’s first original Turkish-language show.

XXXTentacion Is Mourned by Thousands at a Memorial in Florida

XXXTentacion Is Mourned by Thousands at a Memorial in Florida

Fans of the rapper XXXTentacion, who was shot and killed last week, gathered for a memorial service in Sunrise, Fla.

‘Castle Rock’ Is a Stephen King Story That Isn’t Really a Stephen King Story

‘Castle Rock’ Is a Stephen King Story That Isn’t Really a Stephen King Story

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.

A Trinity of Opinions on the Met’s ‘Heavenly Bodies’

A Trinity of Opinions on the Met’s ‘Heavenly Bodies’

The art critic Jason Farago, left, and the columnist Ross Douthat observing a Dior ensemble at the Met Cloisters.

The Acrobatic Artwork That Pretty Much Sums Up 2017

The Acrobatic Artwork That Pretty Much Sums Up 2017

Yoann Bourgeois’s performance piece “The Mechanics of History” at the Panthéon in Paris.

The Playlist: Ariana Grande Shows Her Heart, and 8 More New Songs

The Playlist: Ariana Grande Shows Her Heart, and 8 More New Songs

Ariana Grande’s new album is “Sweetener.”

‘Silicon Valley’ Season 3, Episode 9: What Exactly Is Pied Piper?

‘Silicon Valley’ Season 3, Episode 9: What Exactly Is Pied Piper?

Clockwise from front left, Kumail Nanjiani, T.J. Miller, Zach Woods, Martin Starr and Thomas Middleditch in “Silicon Valley.”

In the Dance Lab With Martha Graham

In the Dance Lab With Martha Graham

Laurel Dalley Smith during the Martha Graham Dance Company's Google residency.

Kendrick Lamar Wins Pulitzer in ‘Big Moment for Hip-Hop’

Kendrick Lamar Wins Pulitzer in ‘Big Moment for Hip-Hop’

Kendrick Lamar’s Pulitzer for “DAMN.” makes him the first nonclassical or jazz musician to receive the prize since the awards expanded to music in 1943.

Netflix to ‘Bird Box’ Fans: Please Open Your Eyes

Netflix to ‘Bird Box’ Fans: Please Open Your Eyes

Sandra Bullock had to wear a blindfold outdoors in “Bird Box,” but Netflix does not want you doing the same.


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