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Dashboard Confessional, Emo’s King of Pain, Rises Again

Dashboard Confessional, Emo’s King of Pain, Rises Again

During the nine years Dashboard Confessional singer and songwriter Chris Carrabba took a break from the band, emo experienced a resurgence.

With ‘Lost in Space,’ Parker Posey Finds an Unlikely Home in Serial TV

With ‘Lost in Space,’ Parker Posey Finds an Unlikely Home in Serial TV

Parker Posey, best known for a résumé full of quirky indie-film protagonists, gets to play an honest-to-badness villain in the Netflix reboot of “Lost in Space.”

Two Projects Helping Female Artists in Africa Find Their Voices

Two Projects Helping Female Artists in Africa Find Their Voices

Stacey Gillian Abe, an artist from Uganda whose subject matter is women’s satisfactions and objectification, in a Johannesburg studio run by the Project Space. The work is by Benon Lutaaya.

Trial Judge Rules to Admit Cosby Testimony About Quaaludes

Trial Judge Rules to Admit Cosby Testimony About Quaaludes

Bill Cosby arriving Tuesday for his sexual assault trial at the Montgomery County Courthouse in Norristown, Pa.

With a Centerpiece Like This, Who Needed Cake?

With a Centerpiece Like This, Who Needed Cake?

At the Frick Collection, a detail of a table centerpiece, or deser, made by Luigi Valadier in 1778. It is a mix of gilt bronze, enamel, colored marbles, amber, lapis lazuli, amethyst, garnets, ivory, and agate.

As the Frick Expands, New York City Music Suffers

As the Frick Expands, New York City Music Suffers

The harpsichordist Mahan Esfahani at the Frick Collection’s music room, which will be converted into an art gallery as part of the museum’s planned expansion and renovation.

In Reversal, Düsseldorf Will Hold Exhibition About Jewish Dealer

In Reversal, Düsseldorf Will Hold Exhibition About Jewish Dealer

“It was never my intention to sweep the life and career of Max Stern under the carpet,” said Mayor Thomas Geisel of Düsseldorf.

Review: ‘The Confidence Man’ Finds Trump’s Business Image Was Made for TV

Review: ‘The Confidence Man’ Finds Trump’s Business Image Was Made for TV

“The Confidence Man,” the last episode in “Dirty Money” on Netflix, offers a swift, brutal overview of President Trump’s business career.

Call Him an Early Adopter: Thomas Child, a 19th-Century Photographer in China

Call Him an Early Adopter: Thomas Child, a 19th-Century Photographer in China

The Jade Belt Bridge at the Summer Palace in Beijing in an 1870 photograph by Thomas Child.

Untrodden Broadway: The Hidden Gems of a World-Famous Street

Untrodden Broadway: The Hidden Gems of a World-Famous Street

The relocated Hamilton Grange, Alexander Hamilton's home, 414 West 141 Street in St. Nicholas Park, just east of Broadway.

Eye-Popping Portraits for an Age of Protest

Eye-Popping Portraits for an Age of Protest

“Je Suis un Enfant de l'Éducation Populaire” (“I Am a Child of a People’s Education”), by Aurore Valade, on display at the Rencontres d’Arles photography festival in France. The text added to the images in this series, “Se Manifester,” is drawn from interviews she conducted with the subjects.

Coney Island’s Newest Wonder: Sharkitecture!

Coney Island’s Newest Wonder: Sharkitecture!

The New York Aquarium's new display, “Ocean Wonders: Sharks!,” opens Saturday, six years after Sandy. But much of the aquarium's campus is still years from reopening.

Rammellzee, From Living Letters to Living Sculpture

Rammellzee, From Living Letters to Living Sculpture

Rammellzee assembled his “Letter Racer” sculptures (1988-1991) from found objects, corrugated plastic and skateboards. These repurposed objects of beauty, in warrior shapes, are in a survey of his work at Red Bull Arts New York.

The Pianist of the Resistance Captures a Surprise Award

The Pianist of the Resistance Captures a Surprise Award

The pianist Igor Levit, known for his thoughtful musicianship and outspoken politics, near his home in Berlin.


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