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Sep 15, 2019

The Week in Books
Jodi Kantor and Megan Twohey's "She Said," new memoirs from Demi Moore and Edward Snowden, "Super Tuesday" for publishing and more.

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Sep 15, 2019

A Big New Biography of Susan Sontag Digs to Find the Person Beneath the Icon
Benjamin Moser's "Sontag" explores the life and work of the vaunted writer and public intellectual, including her long-term relationship with the photographer Annie Leibovitz.

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Sep 15, 2019

What's on TV Sunday: Chelsea Handler and Roasting Alec Baldwin
Handler sets out to have tough conversations in "Hello, Privilege. It's Me, Chelsea," and Baldwin subjects himself to ridicule from Robert De Niro and Caitlyn Jenner.

NYTimes Arts
Sep 14, 2019

What's on TV Saturday: ‘Unbelievable' and ‘Maigret'
Merritt Wever and Toni Collette hunt down a rapist in a new crime series on Netflix. And Rowan Atkinson plays Georges Simenon's detective in "Maigret."

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Sep 14, 2019

‘The Education of Brett Kavanaugh' Takes a Hard Look at the Supreme Court Justice and His Accusers
A new account by the New York Times reporters Robin Pogrebin and Kate Kelly reinvestigates the allegations of sexual misconduct against the justice.

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Sep 13, 2019

MoviePass Ending Its Run, 2 Years After Millions Signed Up
A low subscription fee in 2017 attracted subscribers but resulted in huge losses. It continued to burn through cash while struggling to find a business model that worked.

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Sep 13, 2019

The End Comes for MoviePass, 2 Years After Millions Signed Up
A low subscription fee in 2017 attracted subscribers but resulted in huge losses. It continued to burn through cash while struggling to find a business model that worked.

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Sep 13, 2019

Shane Gillis's Jokes Went Too Far. Should That End His ‘S.N.L.' Career?
The new cast member's offensive remarks about Chinese people and others raise questions about the show's vetting and what, if anything, the show should do with him.

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Sep 13, 2019

After Toronto, Is Tarantino Still the Oscar Favorite?
A lot of major contenders just debuted at film festivals, but none may be strong enough to dislodge front-runner "Once Upon a Time … in Hollywood."

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Sep 13, 2019

Anne Rivers Siddons, Novelist Whose Muse Was the New South, Dies at 83
Ms. Siddons found inspiration for her writing in her Georgia upbringing and in her observations of Atlanta as it became a major postwar city.

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Sep 13, 2019

For His First Museum Show in 15 Years, John Currin Turns His Gaze to Men
The artist, who made his name with his polarizing but masterly portraits of women, discusses his lesser-known paintings.

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Sep 13, 2019

4 Comedy Shows to Catch in N.Y.C. This Weekend
Our guide to stand-up, improv and variety shows happening this weekend and in the week ahead.

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Sep 13, 2019

Kanye West's New Yeezy Shoes Draw Comparisons to Crocs and a Colander
White, slip-on and dotted with holes, the unreleased shoes got decidedly mixed reviews after pictures of them emerged.

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Sep 13, 2019

Yes, They Found It in a Box
Twenty-one years ago, Dr. Seuss' widow discovered some unpublished manuscripts, including one that has become "Dr. Seuss's Horse Museum," illustrated by Andrew Joyner.

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Sep 13, 2019

11 of Our Best Weekend Reads
Men's stories of sex assault in the military. A full picture of the Great Flood of 2019. Jennifer Aniston. Demi Moore. Giuliani's divorce. And more.

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Sep 13, 2019

Jean Edward Smith, Biographer of the Underrated, Dies at 86
His books helped restore the reputations of Grant and Eisenhower and return John Marshall to the forefront of the American story.

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Sep 13, 2019

Review: In Netflix's ‘Unbelievable,' Truth Is Strong Enough
A confounding, compelling story of rape and injustice is given a fictional retelling starring Toni Collette and Merritt Wever.

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Sep 13, 2019

Jennifer Aniston, Joaquin Phoenix and ‘Slave Play': Take a Dip Into Our Fall Preview
Linda Hamilton on coming back to ‘Terminator,' Tina Turner on what it's like to be Tina, and more.

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Sep 13, 2019

She's So Unusual. Is She Magical?
In Laurel Snyder's "My Jasper June," the truth is complicated, but the lifesaving power of friendship never flickers.

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Sep 13, 2019

What Happens When an African-American Girl From Oregon Discovers Harlem?
In Renée Watson's "Some Places More Than Others," the historic black neighborhood is home to family secrets, cultural riches — and culture shock.

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Sep 13, 2019

Review: Isabelle Adjani, Raging and Aging in ‘Opening Night'
A French stage adaptation of the John Cassavetes film misses the #MeToo moment.

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Sep 13, 2019

Mardik Martin, Collaborator With Scorsese, Is Dead at 84
A screenwriter known for gritty realism, he helped write "Mean Streets," "New York, New York" and the original drafts of "Raging Bull."

NYTimes Arts
Sep 13, 2019

Onscreen in Toronto: Reasons for Hope at the Movies This Fall
The dark and bright offerings at the Toronto International Film Festival eased our critic's anxieties about the future of moviegoing.

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Sep 13, 2019

‘Not Bad for a Woman': The Indignities of Life for Yale's First Female Students
The college admitted its first class of women 50 years ago. "Yale Needs Women," by the historian Anne Gardiner Perkins, uncovers the formidable challenges those students faced.

NYTimes Arts
Sep 13, 2019

The Sculptor Making Massive, Moldy Fruits From Gemstones
Inside her TriBeCa studio, artist Kathleen Ryan is creating ugly-beautiful critiques of excess.

NYTimes Arts
Sep 13, 2019

Eddie Money, ‘Two Tickets to Paradise' Singer, Is Dead at 70
He burst on the scene in the late 1970s and went on to have a string of rock hits that also included "Baby Hold On" and "Take Me Home Tonight."

NYTimes Arts
Sep 13, 2019

Robert Frank's Legacy: Nine Photographers Reflect
We asked photographers to submit an example of their work that bears the imprint of Mr. Frank, who died on Monday, and discuss his influence on them.

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Sep 13, 2019

‘Downton Abbey' and the History of Difficult Royal Visits
In the new film, a visit from the king and queen upends Downton. In reality, a royal coming to stay could be even more dramatic.

NYTimes Arts
Sep 13, 2019

The Playlist: Ariana, Miley and Lana Take on ‘Angels,' and 11 More New Songs
Hear tracks by Perfume Genius, the Lumineers, Charli XCX and others.

NYTimes Arts
Sep 13, 2019

‘A Cowboy Has to Sing': Scenes From a Chuck Wagon Jamboree
Every summer, western music bands and their fans get together to enjoy Roy Rogers songs, corny jokes, and roast beef and applesauce.

NYTimes Arts
Sep 13, 2019

Review: A Pianist Is the Muse for a Flood of Zorn
Stephen Gosling is featured on a recent recording of John Zorn's piano music, and played more at the Miller Theater.

NYTimes Arts
Sep 13, 2019

‘Freaks' Review: A Child's-Eye View of a World Gone Mad
Emile Hirsch stars as the paranoid father of a cloistered girl in this sci-fi debut feature.

NYTimes Arts
Sep 13, 2019

‘Hustlers': The Story Behind the Headlines
In 2014, members of a criminal ring drugged men, brought them to strip clubs and stole their money. The scandal, chronicled in the tabloids, is now a movie starring Jennifer Lopez and Cardi B.

NYTimes Arts
Sep 13, 2019

How ‘The Goldfinch' Seeks Authenticity
The director John Crowley narrates a scene featuring Oakes Fegley and Jeffrey Wright.

NYTimes Arts
Sep 13, 2019

‘The Goldfinch' | Anatomy of a Scene
John Crowley narrates a sequence from his film, featuring Oakes Fegley and Jeffrey Wright.

NYTimes Arts
Sep 13, 2019

After a Renovation, a Storied Theater Hopes to Entice Paris
The Théâtre du Châtelet is reopening after a two-and-a-half-year makeover, with a new artistic director and an inclusive new mission.

NYTimes Arts
Sep 13, 2019

The New Architecture: Sky Parks, Tidal Pools and ‘Solar Carving'
Projects debuting this fall suggest that hard barriers between the designed environment and the natural one are softening — maybe for good.

NYTimes Arts
Sep 13, 2019

‘For Colored Girls' Returns, as a Celebration and as a Weapon
Ntozake Shange's play, with its unflinching depiction of black women's experience, is coming back to the Public Theater more than 40 years after opening there.

NYTimes Arts
Sep 13, 2019

‘Tall Girl' Review: Struggling to Rise Above
Status anxiety reaches new heights in this unremarkable teen comedy.

NYTimes Arts
Sep 13, 2019

Your Favorite Stars, Now Playing in Your Ears
In fiction podcasts, screen and stage actors get to play parts Hollywood is too risk-averse to offer, with the added perk of no need to sit for makeup.

NYTimes Arts
Sep 13, 2019

A German Finally Picks Up ‘Mein Kampf'
A graphic novelist gives in to her curiosity and draws her impressions of Hitler's infamous book.

NYTimes Arts
Sep 13, 2019

Linking Tango and Jazz, Guillermo Klein Looks Back and Ahead
The September album "Cristal" by Los Guachos, his multinational 11-piece big band, takes on tunes by the tango star Carlos Gardel, as well as Klein's own compositions.

NYTimes Arts
Sep 13, 2019

New in Paperback: ‘One Person, No Vote' and ‘Where the Dead Sit Talking'
Six new paperbacks to check out this week.

NYTimes Arts
Sep 13, 2019

Gone Missing: A Little Boy, a Favorite Uncle, an Old Lady's Mind
The crime novels in Marilyn Stasio's column take readers from East Texas to West Africa, with stops in Ireland and the memory care unit of a nursing home.

NYTimes Arts
Sep 13, 2019

Stephen Colbert Plays a Democratic Debate Drinking Game
"He mentioned Obama. For those playing at home, time to take a drink," the "Late Show" host said, before taking a sip of his own.

NYTimes Arts
Sep 13, 2019

What's on TV Friday: ‘Top Boy' and ‘Undone'
A British crime drama is revived on Netflix. And a surreal new series hits Amazon.

NYTimes Arts
Sep 13, 2019

In Edward Snowden's New Memoir, the Disclosures This Time Are Personal
With "Permanent Record," the former intelligence contractor who leaked documents about the United States government's surveillance programs gives an account of his life.

NYTimes Arts
Sep 12, 2019

Shane Gillis, New ‘S.N.L.' Cast Member, Used Racial Slur in Podcast
The comedian's remarks about Chinese people surfaced the same day "Saturday Night Live" announced the casting of its first Chinese-American actor.

NYTimes Arts
Sep 12, 2019

New ‘S.N.L.' Cast Member Used Racial Slur in Podcast
Shane Gillis's remarks about Chinese people surfaced the same day "Saturday Night Live" announced the casting of its first Chinese-American actor.

NYTimes Arts
Sep 12, 2019

Does Jennifer Lopez Have a Path to an Oscar for ‘Hustlers'?
The 50-year-old actress is earning career-best reviews for playing a stripper turned criminal mastermind. Can the role result in her first Oscar nomination?

NYTimes Arts
Sep 12, 2019

10 New Books We Recommend This Week
Suggested reading from critics and editors at The New York Times.

NYTimes Arts
Sep 12, 2019

How Much Watching Time Do You Have This Weekend?
A thoughtful new drama returns alongside two new and chilling true-crime series.

NYTimes Arts
Sep 12, 2019

6 Things to Do With Your Kids in N.Y.C. This Weekend
Our guide to cultural events in New York City for children and teenagers happening this weekend and in the week ahead.

NYTimes Arts
Sep 12, 2019

4 Film Series to Catch in N.Y.C. This Weekend
Our guide to film series and special screenings.

NYTimes Arts
Sep 12, 2019

5 Classical Music Concerts to See in N.Y.C. This Weekend
Our guide to the city's best classical music and opera happening this weekend and in the week ahead.

NYTimes Arts
Sep 12, 2019

12 Pop, Rock and Jazz Concerts to Check Out in N.Y.C. This Weekend
Our guide to pop and rock shows and the best of live jazz happening this weekend and in the week ahead.

NYTimes Arts
Sep 12, 2019

28 Art Exhibitions to View in N.Y.C. This Weekend
Our guide to new art shows and some that will be closing soon.

NYTimes Arts
Sep 12, 2019

6 Dance Performances to See in N.Y.C. This Weekend
Our guide to dance performances happening this weekend and in the week ahead.

NYTimes Arts
Sep 12, 2019

15 Plays and Musicals to Go to in N.Y.C. This Weekend
Previews, openings and some last-chance picks.

NYTimes Arts
Sep 12, 2019

5 Comedy Shows to Catch in N.Y.C. This Weekend
Our guide to stand-up, improv and variety shows happening this weekend and in the week ahead.

NYTimes Arts
Sep 12, 2019

‘S.N.L.' Has Long Lacked Asian Players. One Just Joined the Cast.
Bowen Yang, a staff writer for "Saturday Night Live," joins the slim ranks of Asian-American comedians who have acted on the show.

NYTimes Arts
Sep 12, 2019

Lyric Opera of Chicago Picks a New Music Director
Enrique Mazzola, a specialist in bel canto, French repertoire and early Verdi, will follow Andrew Davis's two-decade tenure.

NYTimes Arts
Sep 12, 2019

Here's When Your Favorite Shows Are Returning This Fall
From "American Horror Story" to "Lost in Space," here's a chronological list of notable returning series.

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Sep 12, 2019

Bach Was a Musician's Companion to Tragedy
In a memoir by Zuzana Ruzickova, the Czech harpsichordist who died in 2017, art persists through the Holocaust and Communist rule.

NYTimes Arts
Sep 12, 2019

Ken Burns's ‘Country Music' Traces the Genre's Victories, and Reveals Its Blind Spots
The eight-part, 16-hour documentary tells the genre's story, from Appalachia to arenas.

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Sep 12, 2019

Amy Sherald's Shining Second Act
After her famous portrait of Michelle Obama, the artist brings her new works to New York. "Every painting is a kind of communion," our critic says.

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Sep 12, 2019

Russ & Daughters History Goes on Display
"Russ & Daughters: An Appetizing Story," from the American Jewish Historical Society, offers a taste of New York's rich food and cultural history.

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Sep 12, 2019

Daniel Johnston's Essential Songs: Listen to 12 Tracks
The singer and songwriter, who was acclaimed as one of America's most gifted outsider voices, died at 58.

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Sep 12, 2019

All Alone With Ronald K. Brown's Moves
"I have to take everything that I've learned from him," Annique Roberts says of this Brown solo. "For me it's kind of a coming-of-age moment."

NYTimes Arts
Sep 12, 2019

All the Ways to Fall for Dance This Autumn
Ready for a "Nutcracker" done to Ellington? The season offers new twists on old classics, as well as a multitude of premieres across genres.

NYTimes Arts
Sep 12, 2019

‘Freaks' Review: An Indie Take on a Superhero Setup
This debut feature, starring Emile Hirsch as the paranoid father of a cloistered girl, borrows heavily, and happily, from comic-book franchises.

NYTimes Arts
Sep 12, 2019

When a Private British Corporation Ruled India
William Dalrymple's "The Anarchy" describes the transformation of a corporation with a security force into a mighty army with a trading division.

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Sep 12, 2019

Coming to TV This Fall: Everything
Here's our exhaustive new-show roundup of a very crowded season.

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Sep 12, 2019

Sam Gilliam Unfurls an Exuberant Rainbow at Dia:Beacon
Is it a painting or a sculpture? It's both. The octogenarian artist keeps surprising.

NYTimes Arts
Sep 12, 2019

36 Dance Performances to See This Fall
The season offers a multitude of choreographers, performers, forms and titles, including new interpretations of classics. Ready for a "Nutcracker" done to Ellington?

NYTimes Arts
Sep 12, 2019

77 Pop and Jazz Albums, Shows and Festivals Coming This Fall
Buzzy artists (King Princess, Young M.A), enduring performers (Neil Young, Madonna) and musicians dabbling in fresh mediums (Tegan and Sara, Sturgill Simpson) are coming in the new season.

NYTimes Arts
Sep 12, 2019

Overlooked No More: Mihri Rassim, Feminist Artist in the Ottoman Empire
In conservative Turkey, she sought the same artistic freedoms that men were granted, championed art education for women and ultimately left for the United States to pursue her ambitions.

NYTimes Arts
Sep 12, 2019

Don't Miss These Art Shows and Events This Fall
Mark your calendar. From a revamped MoMA and the fearless Pope.L to Renaissance sculptors and female modernists, here are more than 100 shows that define the new season.

NYTimes Arts
Sep 12, 2019

10 Months of Classical Concerts You Won't Want to Miss
Yes, many musicians are celebrating Beethoven's 250th birthday this season, but there's much more. (Even a viola festival!)

NYTimes Arts
Sep 12, 2019

Review: In the Entrancing ‘Undone,' Life Is But a Dream State
The Amazon series is the latest to use otherworldly animation to explore the aftermath of trauma.

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Sep 12, 2019

Demi Moore Lets Her Guard Down
After years of scrutiny for her career, relationships and setbacks, the movie star hopes the public sees another side in her memoir, "Inside Out."

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Sep 12, 2019

‘Redistribution' Review: An Art World Figure Tries to ‘Evacuate Cinema'
The artist Seth Price's documentary is showing as a movie, but that's not really what it is.

NYTimes Arts
Sep 12, 2019

‘Depraved' Review: Busy Body (Parts)
Larry Fessenden updates Mary Shelley's classic tale, "Frankenstein," producing possibly his most coherent and visually polished work yet.

NYTimes Arts
Sep 12, 2019

‘Monos' Review: Teenage Fighters Tussle Over Discipline and a Cow
This sophisticated-looking film by Alejandro Landes is an allegory with little clarity about its subject matter.

NYTimes Arts
Sep 12, 2019

‘The Sound of Silence' Review: Plenty to Hear, but What Does It Mean?
Peter Sarsgaard and Rashida Jones star in a drama for your ears that brings big ideas but does more telling than showing.

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Sep 12, 2019

‘Another Day of Life' Review: A Memoir of War, in Full Color
The work of the storied journalist Ryszard Kapuscinski, who covered the Angolan civil war, among many other conflicts, is animated here.

NYTimes Arts
Sep 12, 2019

‘América' Review: A Matriarch's Illness Unites and Divides a Family
Filmed in Mexico, this tender and subtle documentary follows the struggles of three young men to care for their beloved aging grandmother.

NYTimes Arts
Sep 12, 2019

‘American Dreamer' Review: Jim Gaffigan's Cinematic Nightmare
Even Gaffigan's creditable turn as a troubled rideshare driver can't save this disaster of a crime film.

NYTimes Arts
Sep 12, 2019

‘Ms. Purple' Review: The Ties That Bind (and Sometimes Strangle)
A moody, downbeat drama that occasionally offers glimmers of hope, Justin Chon's film follows two Korean-American siblings struggling to reconnect while their father is dying.

NYTimes Arts
Sep 12, 2019

‘Moonlight Sonata' Review: A Deaf Family Connected by Beethoven
Irene Taylor Brodsky makes a documentary about her son, her father and a master composer.

NYTimes Arts
Sep 12, 2019

‘Little Women': An Oral History of the 1994 Adaptation
Claire Danes's wig caught fire and Winona Ryder put it out; Christian Bale taught castmates the "Newsies" dances; and studio executives were shocked, shocked that a girls' tale worked.

NYTimes Arts
Sep 12, 2019

Cynthia Erivo: We Need Harriet Tubman's Story of Strength Right Now
The actress explains what she learned preparing to take on the title role in the first major biopic of the abolitionist.

NYTimes Arts
Sep 12, 2019

Angelina Jolie Is Back as Maleficent. Her Wings Are, Too.
Angelina Jolie has a new mission and a new wardrobe in "Maleficent: Mistress of Evil". The movie's costume designer explains how the original film and the follow-up led to these looks.

NYTimes Arts
Sep 12, 2019

Art That Is Political and Personal
Shirin Neshat's work touches on topics like exile, political revolution and Iran's past and future.

NYTimes Arts
Sep 12, 2019

‘Cracked Up' Review: A Master Mimic Searches for Himself
In this documentary, Darrell Hammond, a former stalwart of "Saturday Night Live," emerges as a riveting, eccentric character.

NYTimes Arts
Sep 12, 2019

‘You Oughta Know': The Road to Making a '90s Anthem a Broadway Hit
In the new musical "Jagged Little Pill," Alanis Morissette's song about romantic betrayal has become a showstopper.

NYTimes Arts
Sep 12, 2019

Why Imani Perry Doesn't Like Jane Austen's Novels
The scholar and author, whose new book is "Breathe: A Letter to My Sons," is "not engaged by books which I think of as ‘parlor people' literature."

NYTimes Arts
Sep 12, 2019

20th-Century Rogues' Gallery Gets a Modern Twist
An adventurous production of "Liliom," the play that spawned "Carousel," captivates by making its landscape an inner one.

NYTimes Arts
Sep 12, 2019

Late Night Doesn't Find It Hard to Believe Trump Forgot a Son
The president's odd reference to one of his children was comedic fodder for the late-night hosts. "At least Darth Vader claimed his son," one said.

NYTimes Arts
Sep 12, 2019

What's on TV Thursday: ‘Mr. Inbetween' and ‘The Victim'
"Mr. Inbetween" returns to FX for a second season. And a new British mini-series is streaming on BritBox.

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