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‘The Night Of’ Season 1, Episode 7: A Test of Faith

‘The Night Of’ Season 1, Episode 7: A Test of Faith

Michael Kenneth Williams, left, and Riz Ahmed in “The Night Of.”

Women of the Philharmonic Can Play It All. Just Not in Pants.

Women of the Philharmonic Can Play It All. Just Not in Pants.

The New York Philharmonic is the only major American orchestra that does not allow female players to wear pants for formal evening concerts.

Aretha Franklin’s 20 Essential Songs

Aretha Franklin’s 20 Essential Songs

Aretha Franklin had the ability to strike a powerful note without ever losing her beautiful tone.

Auction Houses Thrived in 2017, in an 18th-Century Way

Auction Houses Thrived in 2017, in an 18th-Century Way

Bidders reacting after Leonardo da Vinci’s “Salvator Mundi” sold for $450.3 million at Christie’s in New York on Nov. 15, 2017.

How ‘A Different World’ Survived the Downfall of Bill Cosby

How ‘A Different World’ Survived the Downfall of Bill Cosby

Kadeem Hardison, left, and Darryl M. Bell in “A Different World,” which ended its original run 25 years ago this week.

The European Union Is Under Threat. Artists Say It’s Time to Rebrand.

The European Union Is Under Threat. Artists Say It’s Time to Rebrand.

In 2004, the architect Rem Koolhaas proposed a design for the European Union’s flag, based on barcodes. This week, he will help lead a gathering of artists to find new ways for the organization to better present itself to the public.

Don’t Cry, Resist! Movies From a Female Revolution

Don’t Cry, Resist! Movies From a Female Revolution

Anita Skinner, left, and Melanie Mayron in Claudia Weill’s “Girlfriends” (1978), a movie that focuses on a woman (Ms. Mayron) whose identity isn’t determined by her relationships with men.

‘Fear the Walking Dead’ Season 2, Episode 8: The Zombie Code

‘Fear the Walking Dead’ Season 2, Episode 8: The Zombie Code

Frank Dillane in “Fear the Walking Dead.”

Review: The Criminal Life in Mumbai in ‘Sacred Games’

Review: The Criminal Life in Mumbai in ‘Sacred Games’

Saif Ali Khan in “Sacred Games,” a Mumbai-set crime thriller that is Netflix’s first Indian original series.

‘Vinyl’ Season 1, Episode 2: Mugged by God

‘Vinyl’ Season 1, Episode 2: Mugged by God

Bobby Cannavale and Olivia Wilde in “Vinyl.”

Review: U2 Is Still Fighting for the American Dream

Review: U2 Is Still Fighting for the American Dream

U2’s Experience + Innocence tour uses a more technologically advanced version of the setup for the group’s 2015 tour supporting “Songs of Innocence.”

The Trouble With Bernstein’s Broadway in the Concert Hall

The Trouble With Bernstein’s Broadway in the Concert Hall

From left, Brandon Victor Dixon, Christian Dante White and Andy Karl in the Boston Pops concert staging of “On the Town” at Tanglewood.

Dream Logic: Hiro Murai on the Look of ‘Atlanta’

Dream Logic: Hiro Murai on the Look of ‘Atlanta’

Donald Glover stayed in prosthetic makeup between takes as the titular recluse in the “Teddy Perkins” episode of “Atlanta,” which ends its second season on FX on Thursday.

Signs of the Apocalypse at the Hammer Museum

Signs of the Apocalypse at the Hammer Museum

At the Hammer Museum in Los Angeles, the artist MPA stands between her works “Eye” (2018) and, right, “Sunglasses (Left)” (2018), part of the museum’s “Made in L.A.” biennial.


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