Arts

With No Major Releases to Challenge Her, Taylor Swift Sticks at No. 1

“Midnights” logs a fourth week leading the Billboard 200, while Drake and 21 Savage, Bad Bunny and Lil Baby also…

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‘The Gett’ Review: Jewish History and a Woman’s Future

The ancient and contemporary swirl together in Liba Vaynberg’s ambitious, off-kilter play about life after a divorce.

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A Paris Museum Has 18,000 Skulls. It’s Reluctant to Say Whose.

PARIS — With its monumental Art Deco facade overlooking the Eiffel Tower, the Musée de l’Homme, or Museum of Mankind,…

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Read Your Way Through Tangier

Credit...Raphaelle MacaronFirst, a warning: Tangier is not a place you visit only once. It will charm you, surprise you, make…

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Where Words Fail, Humor Glimmers

A HEART THAT WORKS, by Rob Delaney In his new memoir, “A Heart That Works,” the writer, actor and comedian…

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From Marguerite Duras, an Uncovered Tale of Young Womanhood

THE EASY LIFE, by Marguerite Duras, translated by Emma Ramadan and Olivia Baes Remember boredom? The first English translation of…

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Douglas Brinkley Would Like to Invite Thoreau to Dinner

What books are on your night stand? Two of Cesar Chavez’s favorites: “Loaves and Fishes,” by Dorothy Day, and “Faith…

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Adeem the Artist, Crafting a Country Music of Their Own

Hannah Bingham understood that the blouse she had bought for her spouse of six years, Adeem Bingham, who was turning…

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Mo Brings Plenty Was About to Quit Acting. Then Came ‘Yellowstone.’

In a scene from Season 3 of the hit neo-Western series “Yellowstone,” Mo, the steady right hand and loyal fixer…

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Is Bilal Baig Ready for Fame? Sort Of.

Only a few minutes after the writer and performer Bilal Baig arrived at an upstairs gallery of the Whitney Museum…

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