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Phife Dawg Is Celebrated at Memorial at the Apollo

Phife Dawg Is Celebrated at Memorial at the Apollo

The Apollo Theater marquee for Phife Dawg’s memorial service. He was remembered by the remaining members of A Tribe Called Quest, and other hip-hop titans paid tribute, as well.

Protests Shutter a Show That Cast White Singers as Black Slaves

Protests Shutter a Show That Cast White Singers as Black Slaves

Betty Bonifassi in “Slav,” part of the Montreal International Jazz Festival. The production was canceled after detractors accused its creators of cultural appropriation.

Live Nation Rules Music Ticketing, Some Say With Threats

Live Nation Rules Music Ticketing, Some Say With Threats

Live Nation promotes 30,000 concerts around the world each year, including recent tours by artists like Jay-Z and Janet Jackson, in which it played a role.

‘The People Making It Are Indigenous, but Indigenous Is Not a Genre’

‘The People Making It Are Indigenous, but Indigenous Is Not a Genre’

Muriel Miguel, a founder of the feminist Native American collective Spiderwoman Theater, is considered a grandmother of the Indigenous theater movement in the United States and Canada.

Steve Martin and Martin Short on Friendship and What’s Truly Funny

Steve Martin and Martin Short on Friendship and What’s Truly Funny

Steve Martin, left, and Martin Short at the Beacon Theater in Manhattan.

Clearing the Stage for a Big Graduation Number at City Ballet

Clearing the Stage for a Big Graduation Number at City Ballet

Hats off to, from left, Abi Stafford (with her son), Ashley Laracey, Emily Kikta, Cameron Dieck, Claire Kretzschmar and Marika Anderson, 2018 college graduates and New York City Ballet dancers.

French Olympic Ice Dancers Make Skating as Ethereal as Ballet

French Olympic Ice Dancers Make Skating as Ethereal as Ballet

Gabriella Papadakis and Guillaume Cizeron, skating to Beethoven’s “Moonlight” Sonata, expanded the idea of virtuosity with the way they completely tuned in to each other.

On the Mattress for ‘Sleep,’ an 8-Hour Lullaby

On the Mattress for ‘Sleep,’ an 8-Hour Lullaby

Groups of people laid out on branded beds for an all-night performance of Max Richter’s “Sleep” in Manhattan.

Prince’s Friends Fiercely Guarded His Privacy, Complicating Overdose Investigation

Prince’s Friends Fiercely Guarded His Privacy, Complicating Overdose Investigation

The crowd outside Paisley Park, Prince’s home and studio in Chanhassen, Minn., on April 22, 2016, the day after he was found dead inside.

‘The Knick’ Season 2, Episode 6: A Circus Sideshow

‘The Knick’ Season 2, Episode 6: A Circus Sideshow

André Holland, Linda Emond, Michael Angarano and Eric Johnson in "The Knick"

‘Veep’ Season 5 Finale: Hell to the Chief

‘Veep’ Season 5 Finale: Hell to the Chief

Tony Hale and Julia Louis-Dreyfus in “Veep.”

New Year’s Day Offers Plenty of Free Chances at a Clean Slate

New Year’s Day Offers Plenty of Free Chances at a Clean Slate

A First Saturday event at the Brooklyn Museum. This week’s lineup includes concerts and a short film on racial unrest.

Can Digital Technology Open Up the Art World?

Can Digital Technology Open Up the Art World?

Since May, Christie’s website has listed results from its online-only auctions. Its competitors Sotheby’s and Paddle8 do not make this information available.

Ringo Starr Tapped for Knighthood

Ringo Starr Tapped for Knighthood

Ringo Starr has been named a knight by Queen Elizabeth II in her 2018 New Year’s Honors list.

‘The Knick’ Season 2, Episode 4: Fever Cabinet

‘The Knick’ Season 2, Episode 4: Fever Cabinet

Clive Owen and Jennifer Ferrin in “The Knick.”

‘This Is America’: 8 Things to Read About Childish Gambino’s New Music Video

‘This Is America’: 8 Things to Read About Childish Gambino’s New Music Video

A scene from Childish Gambino’s “This Is America” music video.


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