Arts

How Should an Amy Winehouse Movie Be?

Several depictions of the singer’s life have explored her tense relationship with fame. The new biopic “Back to Black” instead…

What to Know Before Seeing ‘Kingdom of the Planet of the Apes’

Who is Caesar? And how did apes learn to talk, anyway? Your burning questions about the “Planet of the Apes”…

‘Black Twitter’: Movements, Memes and Crying Jordan

This new Hulu docuseries explores how a social media subculture influenced American culture at large.

On Andra Day’s ‘Cassandra (Cherith),’ a Soaring Voice Reaches Inward

After playing Billie Holiday onscreen, the singer brings jazz virtuosity to songs of her own.

In ‘Power,’ Policing and Politics Are Inextricable

Though Yance Ford’s new Netflix documentary takes on a much-explored topic, its mix of personal and polemic makes for a…

Who Owns a Drawing That May Be Nazi Loot? A Judge Will Decide.

A drawing Egon Schiele made of his wife is the focus of a dispute among a Lehman foundation and heirs…

Surrealism Reigns at Tefaf Art Fair

Objects made under the influence of the art movement have inspired many contemporary and modern dealers at the 10th edition…

New ‘Lord of the Rings’ Movie Will Put Gollum Center Stage

Andy Serkis, who played the creature in the trilogy, will direct and star in “The Hunt for Gollum,” an expansion…

Cass Elliot’s Death Spawned a Horrible Myth. She Deserves Better.

Onstage with her group the Mamas & the Papas at the Monterey International Pop Festival in June 1967, Cass Elliot,…

He Sang ‘What a Fool Believes.’ But Michael McDonald Is in on the Joke.

The voice of Michael McDonald has been compared to velvet, silk and sandpaper, melted chocolate and last year, by a…

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