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Things to Do in N.Y.C. This Weekend

Things to Do in N.Y.C. This Weekend

The Ample Hills Creamery at DeKalb Market Hall in Downtown Brooklyn.

How Financial Products Drive Today’s Art World

How Financial Products Drive Today’s Art World

The first Christie’s Art & Tech Summit focused on blockchain’s potential for the art business.

At Arles Festival, 7 Promising Photographers to Watch

At Arles Festival, 7 Promising Photographers to Watch

An image by the Swiss photographer Matthieu Gafsou from his “H+” collection, which is at the Maison des Peintres, in Arles, France.

The Go-Go’s Gave Us the Beat and So Much More

The Go-Go’s Gave Us the Beat and So Much More

The Go-Go’s taught a new generation the power of the girl gang. The band in 1981, from left: Kathy Valentine, Jane Wiedlin, Gina Schock, Charlotte Caffey and Belinda Carlisle.

‘Transparent’ Season 2 Premiere: Hava Nagila and Kina Hora

‘Transparent’ Season 2 Premiere: Hava Nagila and Kina Hora

A “Transparent” family gathering: back row from left, Kiersey Clemons, Jeffrey Tambor, Judith Light, Amy Landecker, Melora Hardin, Gaby Hoffmann, Jay Duplass, Kathryn Hahn and Alex MacNicoll; front row, Julia Butters, Zackary Arthur and Alyvia Alyn Lind.

At Rockefeller Auction, They Came. They Bid. They Mostly Lost.

At Rockefeller Auction, They Came. They Bid. They Mostly Lost.

Christopher Gohr, a line cook from the East Village, tried on Wednesday to win a Rockefeller-owned tea caddy but was outbid.

Alicia Silverstone, With a New TV Show, Proves She’s Not Clueless

Alicia Silverstone, With a New TV Show, Proves She’s Not Clueless

Since her star-making role in “Clueless” 23 years ago, Alicia Silverstone has maintained a steady, low-wattage career.

‘LOVE’ and Other Four-Letter Words

‘LOVE’ and Other Four-Letter Words

Robert Indiana with a “LOVE” painting at his Coenties Slip studio in the 1960s.

Bradford Dillman, Star of Broadway and Hollywood, Dies at 87

Bradford Dillman, Star of Broadway and Hollywood, Dies at 87

Bradford Dillman, right, and Dean Stockwell as college students who seek to commit the perfect crime in “Compulsion.”

Neil deGrasse Tyson’s Show Is Pulled Amid Misconduct Allegations

Neil deGrasse Tyson’s Show Is Pulled Amid Misconduct Allegations

The astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson. One of his television shows has been taken off the air while allegations of sexual misconduct are investigated.

Fyre Festival Organizer Pleads Guilty to Selling Fraudulent Tickets

Fyre Festival Organizer Pleads Guilty to Selling Fraudulent Tickets

Authorities said Billy McFarland had been involved in the sale of fictitious tickets while out on bail on charges related to his disastrous Fyre Festival.

Philip Glass and John Adams on a Bowie-Inspired New Symphony

Philip Glass and John Adams on a Bowie-Inspired New Symphony

Philip Glass, left, has based his Symphony No. 12 on David Bowie’s 1979 album “Lodger”; John Adams, right, will conduct the premiere in Los Angeles.

Do You Like ‘Dogs Playing Poker’? Science Would Like to Know Why

Do You Like ‘Dogs Playing Poker’? Science Would Like to Know Why

Researchers in London who are studying how people respond to art used the artist Patrick Tresset’s robotic installation, “5 Robots Named Paul,” to measure how people respond to drawings created by machines.

Bringing It All Back Home: City Ballet Begins Again With Balanchine

Bringing It All Back Home: City Ballet Begins Again With Balanchine

The creation of art: From left, Sterling Hyltin, Ashley Bouder, Lauren Lovette and Chase Finlay in George Balanchine’s “Apollo” on Tuesday night.


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