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The Fifth Beatle While John, Paul, George, and Ringo became the most recognizable names in the world, Brian Epstein worked behind the scenes to keep the boys together. Nearly 60 years on, we revisit his memoir

January 19, 2022

Denée Benton The Broadway star goes back to her TV roots with Julian Fellowes’s The Gilded Age

She’s Got the Art World Sewn Up Lucy Sparrow has stitched herself into the front rank. Now she’s showing her most ambitious work yet

How Genius Works S’wonderful, s’marvelous … A revealing conversation with Sam Kashner about collaborating on Peter Bogdanovich’s final script

Architecture’s Avant-Garde A look at the transgressive styles that disrupted and remade 20th-century architecture

The Best “Bad Girl” A collection of magnificent songs by—and otherwise related to—the late, great Ronnie Spector, rock ’n’ roll’s original “bad girl”

What Color is Your Parachute? As Mark Rothko in the award-winning Red, Alfred Molina tackles the big questions

January 14, 2022

Writer’s Woes, According to Ottessa Moshfegh The Eileen and My Year of Rest and Relaxation author has a new short story reflecting her old frame of mind

January 12, 2022

Westward Hokum How did Taylor Sheridan spin Yellowstone into America’s top-rated drama?

Dirty Rotten Scandal A “headless” man, a woman in pearls, louche aristocrats, a vast estate, early revenge porn, and one of the most shocking trials of postwar London. Now it’s a new mini-series starring Claire Foy and Paul Bettany