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Lang Lang and Yuja Wang, Stars From China, at Carnegie Hall

Lang Lang and Yuja Wang, Stars From China, at Carnegie Hall

Yuja Wang with the New York Philharmonic in 2012.

Cuban Ballet: Proud Past, Promising Future

Cuban Ballet: Proud Past, Promising Future

Lisette Poole for The New York Times

Michelle Wolf Did Her Job. It’s the Correspondents’ Dinner That Is the Problem.

Michelle Wolf Did Her Job. It’s the Correspondents’ Dinner That Is the Problem.

Michelle Wolf prompted an outcry on social media and elsewhere with her jokes at the White House Correspondents’ Association dinner.

Europe’s ‘Rising Star’ Musicians Give as Much as They Get

Europe’s ‘Rising Star’ Musicians Give as Much as They Get

The Rising Stars program puts young musicians on European tour. This season’s class includes, clockwise from top left, the violist Ellen Nisbeth, the trumpeter Tamas Palfalvi, the violinist Emmanuel Tjeknavorian and the soprano Nora Fischer.

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.

Met Changes 50-Year Admissions Policy: Non-New Yorkers Must Pay

Met Changes 50-Year Admissions Policy: Non-New Yorkers Must Pay

People on the steps of the Metropolitan Museum of Art on Wednesday. Beginning in March, the Met will eliminate its pay-as-you-wish policy for people who do not live in New York, charging adults $25 for admission.

Printing a Revolution: The Posters of Paris ’68

Printing a Revolution: The Posters of Paris ’68

“Clash of Images,” an exhibition in Paris of posters, paintings, films and other works from the uprising of May 1968 and beyond.

Plans for a New Cultural Hub at Yale Now Include a Director

Plans for a New Cultural Hub at Yale Now Include a Director

Garth Ross, vice president of community engagement at the Kennedy Center in Washington, will become the director of The Schwarzman Center at Yale University, a new cultural hub.

‘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.

Can a Music Festival Make Kosovo Cool?

Can a Music Festival Make Kosovo Cool?

Dukagjin Lipa onstage at the Sunny Hill Festival in Pristina, Kosovo. Mr. Lipa, whose daughter is the pop star Dua Lipa, said he wanted to change the way Kosovo was seen abroad.

‘They’re Doing It Out of Love’: The Big Band Rises Again

‘They’re Doing It Out of Love’: The Big Band Rises Again

Darcy James Argue’s Secret Society, a large ensemble that tends toward dark-hued sounds, is now renowned in the jazz world.

A War to End All Innocence

A War to End All Innocence

British infantrymen in a trench before advancing during the Battle of the Somme in July 1916.

Review: City Ballet Salutes Jerome Robbins, a Master of 2 Realms

Review: City Ballet Salutes Jerome Robbins, a Master of 2 Realms

New York, New York! A portion of “Something to Dance About,” which Warren Carlyle put together from Jerome Robbins’s musicals (here, “On the Town”).

Fighting for the Palme d’Or, and the Right to Fly to Cannes

Fighting for the Palme d’Or, and the Right to Fly to Cannes

Jafar Panahi in Tehran in 2010. His latest film, “Three Faces,” produced in spite of an official ban on his making films in or leaving Iran, is in competition for the top prize at this year’s Cannes Film Festival.


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