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A painting revolution was ready to take off in the 14th century, but then the plague hit Italy. What lessons does that hold about our own art future?
Playwright Terrence McNally and actor Mark Blum were some of the first entertainers to die from coronavirus complications. And the tally is increasing.
The co-directors of the wild Netflix docuseries “Tiger King” discuss Joe Exotic, the series’ animal rights message and the reaction from fans.
The disruption of pilot season, which some industry vets predict may never be the same, underscores the rippling economic effects of the health crisis.
A painting revolution was ready to take off in the 14th century, but then the plague hit Italy. What lessons does that hold about our own art future?
Ten days after diagnosed with the coronavirus, Andy Cohen will return Monday with a version of Bravo’s ‘Watch What Happens Live’ shot from his home.
Japanese comedian Ken Shimura, who was inspired by Jerry Lewis, died from the coronavirus infection, becoming Japan’s first known celebrity victim.
A after visiting every U.S. county in the lower 48, William Least Heat-Moon is the master of the topographical journey. Now 80, he takes another trip through his new novel — into the imperfect history of American democracy.
Steph Cha doesn’t expect much in the way of good crime fiction to spring from the coronavirus outbreak.
Sunday’s one-hour fundraising special, hosted by Elton John, featured at-home performances by Mariah Carey, Billie Eilish, the Backstreet Boys and Dave Grohl.
Opera singer Plácido Domingo has been hospitalized in Mexico with complications related to COVID-19, a week after announcing his diagnosis.
Joanne Rogers, the 92-year-old widow of the Fred Rogers, weighs in on what her husband might have said during the coronavirus pandemic.
From coronavirus quarantine, essential culture news, including how Trump channels Sophocles, the loss of beloved Broadway playwright Terrence McNally and other art figures to COVID-19 and other pandemic-influenced culture shifts.
Nikki Haley denounces a relatively tiny amount of assistance for arts groups hurt by coronavirus closures. She forgets that the arts employ people too.
We’ve picked eight shows to see online today. Seven are free, including the museum exhibition “Vanity Fair: Hollywood Calling” and Music Never Sleeps NYC.
Even as people are told to stay home, many in Southern California seek out public spaces — beaches, hiking trails, sidewalks, parks — for relief.
The National Theatre lineup kicks off with James Corden’s performance in “One Man, Two Guvnors,” streamed every Thursday and available afterward on demand.
  1. Many employees working remotely in the midst of the coronavirus crisis are competing with roommates for limited space, internet connection and attention.
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