FREDERICK BUECHNER, NOVELIST WITH A RELIGIOUS SLANT, DIES AT 96

He drew on his theological credentials in essays and memoirs, and his fiction, full of colorful characters, was admired for its elegance,...

NICHOLAS EVANS, AUTHOR OF ‘THE HORSE WHISPERER,' DIES AT 72

He was a first-time novelist whose tale of a manly vocation and family trauma broke publishing and then movie rights records when Robert...

 
 
 

THE STABBING OF SALMAN RUSHDIE RENEWS FREE SPEECH DEBATES

After the attack, writers and world leaders hailed Rushdie as a symbol of free expression. But the battle lines around his novel “The...

PENGUIN RANDOM HOUSE'S C.E.O. DEFENDS BID TO BUY SIMON & SCHUSTER

Madeline McIntosh argued that the publishing industry extends far beyond its biggest players, and that the government has focused on...

 
 
 

JOHN L. EASTMAN, LAWYER AND FORCE IN ENTERTAINMENT WORLD, DIES AT 83

As Paul McCartney's longtime representative, he was central to a battle over control of the Beatles' business empire in the last days...

NETFLIX'S “13” BRINGS BACK MEMORIES FOR ITS STAGE CAST

For the creators and cast of the 2008 musical “13,” a new Netflix adaptation brings back memories - theatrical and hormonal.

 
 
 

UPENDING EXPECTATIONS FOR INDIGENOUS MUSIC, NOISILY

After long being consigned to a legacy of stereotypes, Indigenous American artists are making some of the country's most engaging experimental...

WARHOL'S IMAGES OF PRINCE: SOCIAL COMMENTARY OR COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT?

The Supreme Court will hear arguments in the fall over whether the artist's alterations of a photograph of the musician should be as...

 
 
 

BAD BUNNY BEATS YOUNGBOY NEVER BROKE AGAIN IN A TIGHT RACE FOR NO. 1

Beyoncé's “Renaissance” falls to No. 3 as the Puerto Rican superstar and the Louisiana rapper battle for the top spot on the Billboard...

SOLANGE ENTERS NEW TERRITORY: BALLET COMPOSER

The multihyphenate pop star will compose her first ballet score for the Fall Fashion Gala at New York City Ballet in September.

 
 
 

FOR CHRISTOPHER WALKEN AND JOHN TURTURRO, ‘SEVERANCE' IS A WORKPLACE ROMANCE

The actors, both nominated for Emmys for best supporting actor in a drama, drew upon their years of friendship in the Apple TV+ techno-thriller.

YOU ARE GETTING SLEEPY. WHEN YOU WAKE UP, YOU WILL BE AN IMPROV STAR

In “Hyprov,” audience members are hypnotized into performing sketches. The show's creators argue that the novices make stronger choices...

 
 
 

WHAT'S ON TV THIS WEEK: ‘HOUSE OF THE DRAGON' AND U.S. GYMNASTIC CHAMPIONSHIPS

HBO airs the “Game of Thrones” spinoff. Olympians Jade Carey and Jordan Chiles compete in the women's gymnastic field.

 
 
 

ANNE HECHE, ACTRESS KNOWN FOR '90S FILM ROLES, DIES AT 53

Ms. Heche, who won a Daytime Emmy early in her career and whose films included “Donnie Brasco” and “Wag the Dog,” had been critically...

AT THE SALZBURG FESTIVAL, RICHES, RETREADS AND NOTES OF CAUTION

Classical music's pre-eminent annual event had more revivals than usual, but also a breathless new staging of Janacek's “Kat'a Kabanova.”

 
 
 

R. KELLY STANDS TRIAL IN CHICAGO: WHAT TO KNOW

The musician faces charges of sex crimes and of working to obstruct an earlier investigation that resulted in his acquittal in a 2008...

ZOFIA POSMYSZ, WHO WROTE OF LIFE IN CONCENTRATION CAMPS, DIES AT 98

Her radio play, “The Passenger in Cabin 45,” became a novel that was translated into 15 languages, a movie and an acclaimed opera.

 
 
 

ELANA DYKEWOMON, AUTHOR WHO EXPLORED LESBIAN LIVES, DIES AT 72

In a five-decade career that began with the coming-of-age novel “Riverfinger Women,” she was outspoken in her fiction, her poetry and...

DENZEL WASHINGTON HONORS AUGUST WILSON'S LEGACY AT HOUSE OPENING

After fund-raising and restoration efforts, the childhood home of the playwright will offer artist residencies and other programming.

 
 
 



Emma Elliott presents new marble sculptures at on form 18

Emma Elliott presents new marble sculptures at on form 18

Emma Elliott is one of forty sculptors selected for on form 18, a biennial exhibition of sculpture in stone at Asthall Manor in the Cotswolds. She joins world renowned and... Read more ...

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1170. Out on a Limb

My online class has winded down and I am working on my own for awhile. This was one of the last paintings made before it ended. I am happy with it because I was braver than... Read more ...

Frederick Buechner, Novelist With a Religious Slant, Dies at 96

He drew on his theological credentials in essays and memoirs, and his fiction, full of colorful characters, was admired for its elegance, wit and depth. Read more ...

Nicholas Evans, Author of ‘The Horse Whisperer,' Dies at 72

He was a first-time novelist whose tale of a manly vocation and family trauma broke publishing and then movie rights records when Robert Redford bought them. Read more ...

Mark Webster - Abstract Geometric Ocean Seascape Oil Painting 2013-12-06

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The Stabbing of Salman Rushdie Renews Free Speech Debates

After the attack, writers and world leaders hailed Rushdie as a symbol of free expression. But the battle lines around his novel “The Satanic Verses” were never cleanly drawn. Read more ...

Photographer's Intense Near-Daily COVID Testing Regimen in China

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Documentary photographer Francois Nadeau lives in Beijing, China, and has to have a COVID test almost every 48 hours. This gave him an idea for a project. Read more ...

Penguin Random House's C.E.O. Defends Bid to Buy Simon & Schuster

Madeline McIntosh argued that the publishing industry extends far beyond its biggest players, and that the government has focused on a tiny sliver of deals. Read more ...

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