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‘American Horror Story’ Season 5 Episode 4: The Tutor of Torture

‘American Horror Story’ Season 5 Episode 4: The Tutor of Torture

Evan Peters as Mr. March in "American Horror Story: Hotel"

A Soldier Died After Racist Hazing. Now His Story Is an Opera.

A Soldier Died After Racist Hazing. Now His Story Is an Opera.

A shrine to Danny Chen, the Army private who killed himself after being brutally hazed, in his parents’ home shortly after his death in 2011.

Dave Chappelle Stumbles Into the #MeToo Moment

Dave Chappelle Stumbles Into the #MeToo Moment

Dave Chappelle released four Netflix specials in 2017, including “The Bird Revelation” and “Equanimity,” on Sunday.

Stephen Varble: The Street Was His Stage, the Dress Was His Weapon

Stephen Varble: The Street Was His Stage, the Dress Was His Weapon

Jimmy DeSana, “Untitled (Stephen Varble Destroying His Blue and Green Corrugated Paper Dress for the Camera),” 1975; silver gelatin print (2018).

Review: Met Opera’s Dreary January Is Brightened by ‘Cav/Pag’

Review: Met Opera’s Dreary January Is Brightened by ‘Cav/Pag’

The tenor Roberto Alagna as the sad clown of “Pagliacci” at the Metropolitan Opera. He also stars in “Cavalleria Rusticana,” its pair on a classic double bill.

‘House of Cards’ Season 4, Episode 8: Politics Is Show Business

‘House of Cards’ Season 4, Episode 8: Politics Is Show Business

Robin Wright and Neve Campbell in “House of Cards”

‘GLOW’ Brings #MeToo to the 1980s

‘GLOW’ Brings #MeToo to the 1980s

Alison Brie in “GLOW.” The show’s new season includes a sexual harassment subplot.

Review: ‘The Last Defense’ Aims to Open Once-Shut Cases

Review: ‘The Last Defense’ Aims to Open Once-Shut Cases

“The Last Defense,” beginning Tuesday on ABC, revisits the murder cases of two prisoners awaiting execution.

New Triennial Offers Artists the Canvas of Cleveland

New Triennial Offers Artists the Canvas of Cleveland

Fred Bidwell and Michelle Grabner, two of the forces behind Front International, the new Cleveland art triennial.

Who Was Shakespeare’s Muse? A Black Woman, This Play Imagines

Who Was Shakespeare’s Muse? A Black Woman, This Play Imagines

From left: Vinette Robinson, Leah Harvey and Clare Perkins, who share the title role in “Emilia” at Shakespeare’s Globe in London. The play imagines the identity of the “Dark Lady” in Shakespeare’s late sonnets.

With Emmett Till Reference, Camille Cosby Invokes Oft-Used Cultural Touchstone

With Emmett Till Reference, Camille Cosby Invokes Oft-Used Cultural Touchstone

The photo of Mamie Till Mobley mourning over her son’s open coffin was a catalyst for the civil rights movement.

At River to River Festival, Dancing Amid the Mundane and Majestic

At River to River Festival, Dancing Amid the Mundane and Majestic

Cori Olinghouse’s “Grandma” was performed in a nondescript office building on Maiden Lane.

Finding a Musical Ideal in the Vermont Woods

Finding a Musical Ideal in the Vermont Woods

Mitsuko Uchida, second from left, the artistic director of the Marlboro Music Festival, played Brahms with, from left, Tessa Lark, Robyn Bollinger, Peter Stumpf and Zoë Martin-Doike.

Snooki, JWoww and the Crew Return to MTV in ‘Jersey Shore Family Vacation’

Snooki, JWoww and the Crew Return to MTV in ‘Jersey Shore Family Vacation’

Five years after MTV retired the lovably loutish young men and women of “Jersey Shore,” the network has reunited them in Miami Beach.

Review: The Stepchild of Cinderella Operas Finally Makes It to the Met

Review: The Stepchild of Cinderella Operas Finally Makes It to the Met

Joyce DiDonato, Massenet’s Cendrillon at the Metropolitan Opera, heading to the prince’s ball in a coach (made of the letters of the French word for coach) in a new production that runs through May 11.


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