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The Kids Were Alright A new documentary explores the gritty intersection of skateboarding and hip-hop in 90s New York

July 28, 2021

Opera Pick of the Week From Boston Lyric Opera in a bicoastal partnership with Long Beach Opera, the game-changing miniseries Desert In

July 23, 2021

Opera Pick of the Week In Lo Schiavo, Verdi’s forgotten Brazilian disciple tackles colonialism, South American style

July 17, 2021

Cinderella’s New Groove Oscar-winning writer Emerald Fennell brings her distinctive voice to the beloved fairy-tale princess

The Good, the Bach, and the Ugly Playwright Nina Raine unpicks the difficult personality of the 18th-century composer

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

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

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

Opera Pick of the Week On Site Opera’s The Road We Came explores Black music history in New York City with walking tours of Manhattan and Harlem

June 25, 2021

Modern Look A major show at the Met displays the work of the “New Women” who embraced photography in the first half of the 20th century

June 24, 2021

Classical Music’s Underdog The 24-year-old violinist Randall Goosby has shot to fame on an instrument he named “LeBron”

Espresso à Go-Go! Our retrofitted Piaggio Apé brings AIR MAIL and java to you

Christina Quarles The L.A.-based artist’s dreamy, colorful work breaks down complex subjects of gender, race, and identity

Opera Pick of the Week The Opéra de Paris comes back to life with The Satin Slipper, Marc-André Dalbavie’s epic of thwarted desire

June 18, 2021