Melania Trump, White Hat

Melania Trump, White Hat

Maybe Melania Trump actually is the hero of this explicit story. How else to interpret her resolution to put on a statement-making, broad-brimmed extreme white hat Tuesday morning to greet the French President Emmanuel Macron and his spouse, Brigitte, as they arrived on the White House on the second day of their state visit? Online […]

Review: Anna Netrebko Emerges as a Powerful New Tosca at the Met

Review: Anna Netrebko Emerges as a Powerful New Tosca on the Met

Photo Anna Netrebko in her first efficiency of the function of Tosca on the Metropolitan Opera on Saturday. Her husband, the tenor Yusif Eyvazov, sang the function of Mario. Credit Sara Krulwich/The New York Times Anna Netrebko should have felt huge stress on Saturday on the Metropolitan Opera when for the first time anywhere she […]

At Basin and Range National Monument, Landscapes, Art and Aliens

At Basin and Range National Monument, Landscapes, Art and Aliens

South of the Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas signal and the slot-obsessed zombies of the Sin City Strip, there’s a shopping center that counts Whole Foods amongst its tenants. If you’re going to make the drive up the Great Basin Highway in hopes of discovering Basin and Range National Monument — the whereabouts of which […]

What’s on TV Monday: ‘Amour’ and ‘I Am Evidence’

What’s on TV Monday: ‘Amour’ and ‘I Am Evidence’

The poignant drama “Amour” traces a girl’s decline and the toll it takes on her husband. And the documentary “I Am Evidence” explores the difficulty of unprocessed rape kits via the lives of 4 survivors. What’s Streaming AMOUR (2012) on iTunes, Amazon, FilmStruck, Google Play, Sundance Now, Vudu and YouTube. At the outset of this […]

Elaine May Returning to Broadway in Kenneth Lonergan Play

Elaine May Returning to Broadway in Kenneth Lonergan Play

Photo Kenneth Lonergan, the playwright, screenwriter and director, on the Metrograph Theater in 2016. Three of his productions have reached Broadway within the final 5 years. Credit Tawni Bannister for The New York Times Elaine May is returning to Broadway for the primary time in additional than 50 years to seem in “The Waverly Gallery,” […]

Back to the Early ’80s With Michael Kors

Back to the Early ’80s With Michael Kors

Growing up in Merrick, Long Island, Michael Kors was surrounded by girls who cherished trend: “My mother was a former Revlon model, my grandmother was obsessed with Bill Blass and beige and I had two midriff-bearing aunts who idolized Cher,” says the designer, who drew clothes within the sand on the household seaside membership, the […]

Conforto Circles the Bases to Celebrate His Return to the Mets

Conforto Circles the Bases to Celebrate His Return to the Mets

Conforto handed each take a look at the Mets threw at him. Although he didn’t play in a serious league spring coaching sport as a result of the Mets wished a extra managed setting for his rehabilitation, Conforto mentioned he logged about 70 at-bats in minor league contests. He didn’t face a lot elite pitching […]

What Makes a Songbook American? Justin Vivian Bond and Rosanne Cash Have a Few Answers

What Makes a Songbook American? Justin Vivian Bond and Rosanne Cash Have a Few Answers

Photo Justin Vivian Bond carried out songs from Karen Carpenter’s catalog on the Lincoln Center sequence American Songbook. Credit Nina Westervelt for The New York Times What the heck is the American Songbook at this level? The annual Lincoln Center sequence bearing that title will not be clarifying issues. The 2018 season began again in […]

Sculpture of Winged Bull Destroyed by ISIS Is Recreated for London’s Fourth Plinth

Sculpture of Winged Bull Destroyed by ISIS Is Recreated for London’s Fourth Plinth

Photo The American artist Michael Rakowitz’s sculpture, “The Invisible Enemy Should Not Exist,” in London. Credit Gautier DeBlonde LONDON — A reconstruction of an historic statue of a winged bull destroyed by ISIS is the newest public artwork set up to sit down on a sculpture platform right here generally known as the Fourth Plinth, […]

Review: Chris Evans and Michael Cera Tell Lies to Live by in ‘Lobby Hero’

Review: Chris Evans and Michael Cera Tell Lies to Live by in ‘Lobby Hero’

As to the moral quandaries and quagmires by which these persons are mired, they really feel much more pointedly and sadly related than they did when “Lobby Hero” was first performed at Playwrights Horizons 17 years ago. References to sexual harassment, abuses of energy within the office and racial profiling scarcely appeared to lift an […]