The network’s decision comes as Amazon, Netflix and WarnerMedia say they will boycott the awards ceremony over ethical violations and lack of diversity at the organization that runs it
Annie Clark’s latest album has a ‘70s-New York vibe and takes her father’s release from prison as a jumping-off point to explore debauchery, regret and redemption.
The institution’s new Robert L. McNeil, Jr. Galleries recount a complicated, often difficult history, while keeping the art front and center.
Auctions will test collectors’ appetites for art trophies; Sotheby’s will start letting some people bid in person.
The institution had no choice but to expand downward in an impressive $233 million project.
Alex Gibney’s documentary on HBO offers new insights into Purdue Pharma and the country’s opioid crisis.
As he prepares for a solo concert in his hometown, reggaeton star J. Balvin faces pressure to use his voice to influence Colombian politics in Matthew Heineman’s documentary.
On PBS’s ‘Great Performances,’ Richard Armitage and Toby Jones lead the cast in a riveting West End production adapted by Conor McPherson.
Billy Crystal and Tiffany Haddish star as a TV comedy writer with dementia and his unlikely guardian angel.
As the desire for comfort is buckling denim dungarees back into style, we examine the garment’s layered all-American past.
Transition from quarantine slippers and trainers to fancier footwear with these chic, elasticized ballet flats.
Frieze, the first major fair in the U.S. since the Covid-19 pandemic started, is a gratifying step toward the new normal.
A new peer-to-peer digital platform lets high-end collectors buy and sell without the middleman.
A Discovery+ miniseries tells the story of actor Tom Arnold’s sister, who profited handsomely from introducing methamphetamines to Iowa.
In a Peacock comedy produced by Tina Fey, Sara Bareilles and more play the now-middle-aged members of a ’90s girl group that reunites.
The creation of the National Theatre Network, a streaming platform for small troupes, will be a boon for companies and viewers alike.
The nylon shorts, a brand mainstay since 1982, are growing increasingly popular with a younger generation. If you can’t wait for a restock, try these modern-day options.
Cultivate the new interests Mom picked up in quarantine (or would have, if she’d had time) with these Mother’s Day gifts, from art kits and books to tennis clothes and gardening gear.
The singer follows up his anti-lockdown releases with a long album full of more grievances.
The contemporary art fair opens May 5, with a new location, new safety protocols—and some highly charged new works.