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Did a Doomed Love Inspire the Eiffel Tower? It’s a symbol of romance, but the designer was motivated by other emotions

Graham Norton Has a New Story The comedian and talk-show host discusses his new novel—and whom he wants to interview next

Tracks of Your Tears Feeling down even though things are looking up? You’re certainly not alone. Allow yourself some time to run the full gamut of emotions, with songs from Lana Del Rey, Roy Orbison, Julie London, Dr. John, and more

O’Keeffe O’Clock New York City street scenes meet oversize flowers and the American West in a sweeping survey of Georgia O’Keeffe’s epic work

Lisa Lloyd The British artist making intricate birds, butterflies, and flowers out of just two materials: paper and card

Family Drama Writ Large (and Glamorous) Nancy Mitford’s The Pursuit of Love gets a fresh spin, this time starring Dominic West and Lily James

Opera Pick of the Week Virtual by necessity, the Los Angeles Opera’s shadow-puppet Œdipus Rex capitalizes on artistic techniques refined during the pandemic

June 26, 2021

Opera Pick of the Week From the Grand Théâtre de Genève and the Opéra de Lille, Debussy’s enigmatic Pelléas et Mélisande in a yin-yang pair of new productions

June 26, 2021

Led Zeppelin Croaks? And other curious news about these strange days …

All That, and More A celebration of Leslie Caron, just in time for her 90th birthday

George Clinton, Alfresco The funk musician and his Parliament-Funkadelic collective, including some of his grandkids, open New York City’s summer concert season

The Mother of All Battles What was behind Ethel Rosenberg’s fateful decision to stand by her traitor husband?

Apples to Oranges Charming watercolors catalogue a century of American fruits and nuts