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As ‘Westworld’ Returns, the Creators Discuss Twists, Reddit and Rickrolls

As ‘Westworld’ Returns, the Creators Discuss Twists, Reddit and Rickrolls

Evan Rachel Wood in the new season of “Westworld.”

The Met Goes Beyond Its Doors to Pick a Leader Who Bridges Art and Technology

The Met Goes Beyond Its Doors to Pick a Leader Who Bridges Art and Technology

The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s new director, Max Hollein, heads the Fine Arts Museums in San Francisco and has a painting by Michael Langer, “Die Gelbrote Faust” (“The Yellow-Red Fist”), from 1967, on the wall of his home.

Mark Salling, Former ‘Glee’ Star, Is Found Dead

Mark Salling, Former ‘Glee’ Star, Is Found Dead

The actor Mark Salling in 2015. He was found dead on Tuesday at the age of 35.

Jeff Koons Sculpture in Honor of Paris Terror Victims Draws Outrage

Jeff Koons Sculpture in Honor of Paris Terror Victims Draws Outrage

Jeff Koons at the news conference in November 2016 at which he announced his donation of “Bouquet of Tulips” to the City of Paris.

The New ‘American Idol’: Youth Gone Wild and an Understanding Dad

The New ‘American Idol’: Youth Gone Wild and an Understanding Dad

Ada Vox, a drag queen who had auditioned for “American Idol” previously as Adam Sanders, is one of the promising hopefuls on the debut season of the rebooted show on ABC.

‘American Horror Story’ Season 5, Episode 7: Gods and Monsters

‘American Horror Story’ Season 5, Episode 7: Gods and Monsters

Lady Gaga and Kathy Bates in “American Horror Story: Hotel.”

The Art and Anxiety of Booking a Hit Comedy Showcase

The Art and Anxiety of Booking a Hit Comedy Showcase

Marianne Ways has booked showcases of stand-up comics like Night Train With Wyatt Cenac and now Butterboy.

How Carrot Top Wins in Vegas (Yes, He Can Be Funny)

How Carrot Top Wins in Vegas (Yes, He Can Be Funny)

Carrot Top, whose real name is Scott Thompson, has played sold-out houses at the Luxor in Las Vegas for 13 years.

‘Fear the Walking Dead’ Season 2, Episode 5: Hostages

‘Fear the Walking Dead’ Season 2, Episode 5: Hostages

From left, Kim Dickens and Lorenzo James Henrie in “Fear the Walking Dead.”

Antiquarian Booksellers Adapt to the 21st Century (Gradually)

Antiquarian Booksellers Adapt to the 21st Century (Gradually)

The A.B.A. Rare Book Fair’s 61st edition shifted to a new venue in Battersea, London, south of the River Thames.

He Made Them Glow: A Maverick’s Portraits Live On

He Made Them Glow: A Maverick’s Portraits Live On

“Gary Indiana Veiled,” from 1981. Peter Hujar captured the downtown Manhattan arts scene of the 1970s and ’80s, and now his works are being exhibited at the Morgan Library & Museum in “Peter Hujar: Speed of Life.”

At the Louvre, Beyoncé and Jay-Z Are Both Outsiders and Heirs

At the Louvre, Beyoncé and Jay-Z Are Both Outsiders and Heirs

Beyonce, left, and Jay-Z in front of the “Mona Lisa” at the Louvre in their new music video.

They Foiled a Terror Attack. Now They’re Starring in the Movie.

They Foiled a Terror Attack. Now They’re Starring in the Movie.

Spencer Stone, left, Anthony Sadler and Alek Skarlatos in Beverly Hills in January.

Brexit Is Happening. You May as Well Laugh About It.

Brexit Is Happening. You May as Well Laugh About It.

“Jonny Woo’s All Star Brexit Cabaret” is one of many shows at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe that poke fun at the tortured process of Britain’s withdrawal from the European Union.


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