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Tintin and the Money Rejected cover artwork by Hergé sells for a record-breaking $3.9 million, but the real drama is still unfolding

Whole in One A new documentary attempts to paint the definitive picture of Tiger Woods. But his is a story that’s far from over

January 12, 2021

The Tastemaker Azu Nwagbogu is building a vibrant art scene in Nigeria. Can he reclaim the continent’s artistic glories?

Après le Déluge The Louvre is sending thousands of unseen works to safety in case the Seine overflows

Bird’s Eye View Museums may be shuttered, but birding is not halted by pandemics. In New York City, a rare visit from three forest-dwelling Barred Owls

January 7, 2021

Mean Streets Fran Lebowitz’s name is synonymous with two things: caustic wit and New York City. Martin Scorsese’s rollicking new documentary series captures both

January 6, 2021

In Bloom Flowers from ancient to modern times inhabit a festive book of photographs and works on paper

Heart On His Sleeve Following a new Otello that streamed to thousands, the Teatro del Maggio Musicale Fiorentino’s Alexander Pereira on directing opera mid-pandemic

December 23, 2020

Christmas Scamp Martin Jarvis records Richmal Crompton’s “Just William” stories as the young hero makes a mockery of holiday merriment

December 21, 2020

Good Pluck The Israeli mandolinist Avi Avital is gaining world recognition for his delightful mastering of the string instrument

December 18, 2020

French Leave Nearly ten years ago Dominique Strauss-Kahn was accused of rape but managed to avoid jail. A new documentary recounts the incident and its aftermath

December 15, 2020

Home for the Holidays Art, ballet, operas, carols: a cultural guide to a holiday season spent socially distanced and (mostly) at home

Groucho’s Dinner with T. S. Eliot Comedy meets tragedy over roast beef in London

The Populist and His Flock The rise and fall of Father Coughlin, the Depression-era version of the departing president

In Love and Song In Vienna, a new exhibition showcases the lives of Jan Kiepura and Marta Eggerth, husband-and-wife stars of opera and operetta on both sides of the Atlantic

December 4, 2020

The Mice Will Play The crawling creatures of The Nutcracker, much loved by the choreographer George Balanchine, make their annual appearance this holiday season

December 1, 2020

A Symphony For Our Time Conceived by the conductor Marin Alsop with the imprimatur of Carnegie Hall, “Global Ode to Joy” collects clips by concert royalty around the world

November 25, 2020

Huniford At Home A new book collects the interiors of James Huniford, ranging from Connecticut barns to his own Tribeca loft

November 25, 2020

Mean Streets A documentary takes to the streets of Venezuela to chronicle the day-to-day life of a nation in crisis

November 10, 2020

Frost, Nixon, et al. In his son’s new podcast, David Frost, who interviewed Gloria Steinem, Robert Kennedy, and, famously, Richard Nixon, reflects on the art of the interview

Color Her World Exhibitions in Oxfordshire and New York capture Cecily Brown, the British painter of bold, energetic works, at her finest