Arts

At 91, Ramblin’ Jack Elliott Still Wants to Tell You a Story

TOMALES, Calif. — At a friend’s rustic home in a tiny village about an hour north of San Francisco, Ramblin’…

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Stream These 13 Titles Before They Leave Netflix in October

Sound the alarms: One of the most beloved sitcoms in recent TV history is leaving Netflix in the United States…

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‘Sesame Street: The Musical’ Review: Everything’s A-OK

Bert has stage fright, Ernie has wandered off to take a bath, and a certain blue gourmand has already eaten…

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‘Goat,’ ‘Dope’ and More Streaming Gems

This month’s off-the-grid streaming suggestions are an even more eclectic mix than usual: a handful of indie dramas, genre treats…

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For the Love of Beer and His Buddies

Chickie Donohue, 81, has been telling saloon stories since his teens, but there’s one he no longer has to tell.…

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Film Academy’s Museum Connects With Visitors in First Year

The Academy Museum of Motion Pictures has been something that almost no one in Hollywood expected: an instant hit. After…

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For the Saxophonist Zoh Amba, Free Jazz Is Gospel

The saxophonist Zoh Amba recently led a guest into the Upper West Side brownstone that houses the Vedanta Society of…

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K-pop Queens Blackpink Hit No. 1 With CDs and ‘Signed’ Digital Albums

It may be a streaming world, but getting to No. 1 on the Billboard album chart these days often comes…

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A Work of Mourning Comes to New York, With No Rothkos in Sight

Few pieces of music are as tied to the place where they premiered as Tyshawn Sorey’s “Monochromatic Light (Afterlife).” Commissioned…

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What’s on TV This Week: ‘Saturday Night Live’ and ‘Hostages’

Between network, cable and streaming, the modern television landscape is a vast one. Here are some of the shows, specials…

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