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With ‘The Chi,’ Lena Waithe Heads Home in Search of the Real Chicago

With ‘The Chi,’ Lena Waithe Heads Home in Search of the Real Chicago

With “The Chi,” Lena Waithe, the first black woman to win an Emmy for comedy series writing, has created a series about her hometown.

An Artist Warns of a Robot-Ruled Future. Or Is It Our Present? Let’s Discuss.

An Artist Warns of a Robot-Ruled Future. Or Is It Our Present? Let’s Discuss.

David Barboza, left, a former Times Shanghai bureau chief, and the art critic Jason Farago watching “Asia One,” a video by Cao Fei that is part of the “One Hand Clapping” exhibition at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum.

Chelsea Peretti Wants Comedies to Be Funny Again

Chelsea Peretti Wants Comedies to Be Funny Again

Chelsea Peretti, who is departing the series “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” this season.

Blue Man Group to Pay More Than $3 Million to End Royalty Dispute

Blue Man Group to Pay More Than $3 Million to End Royalty Dispute

Ian Pai argued in his court suit that he was entitled to a larger share of the royalties earned by Blue Man Group.

‘The Knick’ Season 2, Episode 8: Victims All Around

‘The Knick’ Season 2, Episode 8: Victims All Around

From left, Clive Owen and Frederick Weller in “The Knick.”

Stanley Kubrick: Before He Wrote Scripts, He Took Photos

Stanley Kubrick: Before He Wrote Scripts, He Took Photos

Stanley Kubrick’s 1948 shot of a circus executive, foreground, and aerialists rehearsing in the middle distance. The photo is part of an exhibition, “Through a Different Lens: Stanley Kubrick Photographs,” opening May 3 at the Museum of the City of New York.

John Prine Endures, With a Half-Smile and a Song

John Prine Endures, With a Half-Smile and a Song

John Prine at his home in Nashville.

‘Silicon Valley’ Season 3, Episode 7: Stop, Beta Time

‘Silicon Valley’ Season 3, Episode 7: Stop, Beta Time

Ken Lerner, left, and T.J. Miller in “Silicon Valley.”

Bruno Mars Sweeps Top Prizes at the 2018 Grammy Awards

Bruno Mars Sweeps Top Prizes at the 2018 Grammy Awards

Bruno Mars accepting the Grammy Award for song of the year.

Strapping On His Cello for a 600-Mile Bach Pilgrimage

Strapping On His Cello for a 600-Mile Bach Pilgrimage

Dane Johansen hiked the Camino de Santiago in northern Spain while playing Bach’s suites for solo cello in churches along the way.

Museums Shake Things Up by Mixing Old and New

Museums Shake Things Up by Mixing Old and New

Frans Hals’s “Banquet of the Officers of the Calivermen Civic Guard,” left, from 1627, hangs next to Anton Henning’s “Interior No. 559” from 2018, at the Frans Hals Museum.

Barbra Streisand Debuts Lost Footage From ‘A Star Is Born’ on Netflix

Barbra Streisand Debuts Lost Footage From ‘A Star Is Born’ on Netflix

A newly added scene shows Barbra Streisand on guitar, playing the award-winning “Evergreen.”

‘The Walking Dead’ Season 6 Finale: Negan Arrives, and Then... ?

‘The Walking Dead’ Season 6 Finale: Negan Arrives, and Then... ?

Jeffrey Dean Morgan on “The Walking Dead.”

A Piano Battle Goes Global, and Discovers Its Sensitive Side

A Piano Battle Goes Global, and Discovers Its Sensitive Side

Paul Lewis, left, and Adam Gatehouse have made significant changes to the Leeds International Piano Competition, which was first held in 1963.

The Trouble With Bernstein’s Broadway in the Concert Hall

The Trouble With Bernstein’s Broadway in the Concert Hall

From left, Brandon Victor Dixon, Christian Dante White and Andy Karl in the Boston Pops concert staging of “On the Town” at Tanglewood.


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