Review: At New York City Ballet’s Gala, the Usual With a Twist

The two premieres — one by Justin Peck, one by Amy Hall Garner — were gala-style pieces that felt more…


Capote’s Black and White Ball Is Fabled. Does ‘Feud’ Measure Up?

The third episode of Ryan Murphy’s new series, “Feud: Capote vs. the Swans,” imagines the event with all its glamour.


What We Saw at New York Bridal Fashion Week

Designers showed camaraderie, while also calling for peace. Several Israeli designers decided to cancel their shows because of the war.


Not All Tennis Balls Are Equal

In tournaments, the old balls are swapped for new ones after several games. Those livelier new ones can change a…


How Do You Pitch to Stan Musial? Very Carefully.

Carl Erskine is one of the last stars left from a golden age of baseball. He offered insights into what…


Two Experimental Horror Directors Discuss the Thoughts Behind the Frights

Kyle Edward Ball, the filmmaker behind “Skinamarink,” and Robbie Banfitch, who made “The Outwaters,” talk about their creepy, buzzy movies.


When the Times Square Ball Drop Began at Midnight

Nowadays, the ball drop is a countdown, ending at the stroke of midnight. But it used to work more like…


A Price on History? Aaron Judge’s 62nd Home Run Ball to Be Auctioned.

Late in the summer, while Aaron Judge was swatting balls over fences and closing in on his historic 62nd home…

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