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November in New York

Lacloche’s Bijoux

Act Two

In 1963, Mike Nichols was a 31-year-old former comedian with no immediate prospects. Then he met Neil Simon. A new book recounts what happened next, in the words of the key players

The Mikado’s Fresh Start

Soul Sisters

As an exhibition on the work of black artists hits San Francisco, the academic reflects on the show’s centerpiece: a portrait of the ex–Black Panther she shares a name with

All the Senator’s Men

Boccioni Ex Machina

The Stone Age

The artisan who taught the artist the secrets that led to the Isamu Noguchi Garden Museum in Japan

Dora Maar’s World

Harry Wootliff

“It’s really refreshing when someone is interested in what’s going on in your brain”—the British TV-and-film director on her road toward making movies

A Night at Karita’s

Change of Scene

Romancing the Stones

The Fast Lane

Old Head, Young Shoulders

A Guide to Art Basel Miami Beach
and Beyond

London After Dark

There were many drinking clubs in Soho in the 50s. But the habitués of the Colony were of a more stellar quality, with a higher degree of loucheness

A Whale of a Show!

The Visions of Rodney Smith

Ode to Power

A Tree Grows Onstage

With Nutcracker season in full swing, an exploration of the meaning of the ballet, and the story behind it, intensifies the mystery of the Christmas tree

Behind the Scenes

A new book pulls back the curtain on London’s
most beautiful theaters

About a Girl

Kusama Ad Infinitum