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The Soul of Wit “Table Top Shakespeare,” comprising brief adaptations of the bard’s works, launches an At Home edition

September 25, 2020

Cloud Atlas Dana Schutz, the artist behind the Emmett Till controversy, debuts her first solo show in London, “Shadow of a Cloud Moving Slowly”

Disconcerting The BBC scraps the “Rule, Britannia!” lyrics from a beloved music program for fear of re-awakening the woke, then reverses its reverse

Good Wood This fall, artists take inspiration from the nature around them

August 31, 2020

Bach of Ages An interview with Chinese pianist Lang Lang, who is releasing two new recordings of Bach’s formidable Goldberg Variations

The Naked City With America’s newsrooms closed—some maybe for good—a veteran of the Daily News recalls the paper’s action-packed and alcohol-soaked heyday

Next Gen Ahead of a classical-music festival in Florence’s Boboli Gardens, an interview with its young founder, who aims to promote the genre to a new generation

August 20, 2020

Ready for Their Close-Up Duncan Hannah’s “love portraits” of European movie stars

Reappearing Inque An interview with the founder of a Kickstarter-funded literary magazine that’s defying the rules of digital media

August 12, 2020

Going, Going, Gonzo Ahead of the late writer’s centenary, celebrating Charles Bukowski’s work and mourning his world

August 11, 2020

The Movie Star’s Movie Star A new podcast evokes the advent of the Valley’s adult-film stars and the awe they earned from their Hollywood equivalents

Hidden Tunes “Whatever story I’m telling, I tell it through music.” An interview with Bruce Adolphe, the mind behind the wildly popular Piano Puzzlers

July 29, 2020

Southern Gothic New exhibitions at London’s Alison Jacques Gallery spotlight Black photographer Gordon Parks’s work chronicling the American South and more

July 28, 2020

007 Lives at No. 25 James Bond sleuths believe they have pinpointed his home in London—and discovered George Smiley was a neighbor

Winds of Change New exhibitions celebrate the outsize life and work of photographer Gordon Parks as well as the artist Khadija Saye, killed in the Grenfell Tower fire at 24

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