BEST OF LATE NIGHT: STEPHEN COLBERT CATCHES HIMSELF PUTTING ALL HIS EGGS IN THE MUELLER REPORT BASKET

Colbert joked sarcastically that the Mueller report would “undoubtedly blow the lid off of Donald Trump's corruption.”

NONFICTION: A MEDITATION ON OUR RELATIONSHIP TO THE LANDSCAPES WE INHABIT

In “The Absent Hand,” Suzannah Lessard dissects a diverse swath of America, looking to understand the malls, green expanses and urban...

 
 
 

BY THE BOOK: BY THE BOOK: ABBY WAMBACH

The soccer star, whose new book is “Wolfpack,” began the sport because of a how-to guide from the library. “I scored 27 goals in my...

FICTION: A FLAMBOYANT TALK SHOW HOST FINDS HIMSELF EMBROILED IN CONTROVERSY

Jennifer duBois's satirical novel “The Spectators” charts the past and present woes of a confrontational TV star who may have inspired...

 
 
 

IN JOHN CAMERON MITCHELL'S PODCAST, A ROCK MUSICAL THAT'S ALL IN YOUR HEAD

“Anthem: Homunculus” is a six-hour, 10-episode epic about a man and his teratoma. The tumor sings. As do Glenn Close, Patti LuPone...

LONDON THEATER REVIEWS: ON THE LONDON STAGE, ‘TOP GIRLS' AND A GRANDE DAME

Maggie Smith tackles an impressive one-woman show at the Bridge Theater, and a British classic of the 1980s gets a new lease on life...

 
 
 

WHAT'S ON TV THURSDAY: ‘MID90S' AND ‘BAD MOMS'

Jonah Hill's directorial debut hits Amazon. And Mila Kunis, Kathryn Hahn and Kristen Bell star in “Bad Moms,” on FX.

CRITIC'S PICK: A BARNES FOUNDATION SHOW ILLUMINATES THE DAWN OF PHOTOGRAPHY

An exhibition shows how the pioneers of photography saw the dominant medium of painting both as inspiration and competition.

 
 
 

CRITIC'S PICK: REVIEW: THE METAMORPHOSIS OF ‘HADESTOWN,' FROM COOL TO GORGEOUS

After a downtown stop, a concept album based on Greek myths has become a full-scale Broadway entertainment.

SAN FRANCISCO'S BIG-HATTED ‘BEACH BLANKET BABYLON' TO CLOSE AFTER 45 YEARS

This treasured San Francisco staple is renowned as much for its spectacularly sculptural headgear as its content.

 
 
 

CLAUDE LALANNE, WHIMSICAL FRENCH SCULPTOR, IS DEAD AT 93

Her works, like a metal cabbage with chicken legs, weren't taken seriously at first but now command lofty prices.

PRESCRIBED READING: WHAT YOU SHOULD READ TO UNDERSTAND THE MEASLES EPIDEMIC

In her Prescribed Reading column, Abigail Zuger looks at books exploring the immune system and the tumultuous history of vaccination.

 
 
 

A FAN'S LOVE, REQUITED AT LAST: CONAN O'BRIEN LANDS ROBERT CARO

The talk show host's interview of the acclaimed biographer is a long-awaited win for Team Coco.

OVERLOOKED NO MORE: ALOHA WANDERWELL, EXPLORER AND FILMMAKER

By 16, she was traveling around the world behind the wheel of a Model T. Her life of adventure was only briefly interrupted by a murder...

 
 
 

‘UNDER THE SILVER LAKE' REVIEW: ANDREW GARFIELD GETS LOST IN A HAZE OF POP-CULTURE ALLUSIONS

A little Hitchcock, a touch of noir, some '90s indie rock, a few naked women, and yet not much to see.

BOOKS OF THE TIMES: DOCUMENTING UNDOCUMENTED LIVES IN ‘THE BODY PAPERS'

In her memoir-in-essays, Grace Talusan writes about her experience as an immigrant to the United States, her survival of childhood...

 
 
 

CRITIC'S PICK: REVIEW: 100 ADVENTURES IN ATTENTION, MERCE CUNNINGHAM-STYLE

“Night of 100 Solos,” danced by non-Cunningham dancers, was a feast of movement invention, even if the master's hand was sometimes...

REVIEW: IN ‘ALL OUR CHILDREN,' MORAL AUTHORITY WADES INTO NAZI GERMANY

Stephen Unwin's play, set in Germany in 1941, explores the reluctant evil perpetrated by people who think of themselves as good.

 
 
 

DANIEL KRAMER QUITS AT ENGLISH NATIONAL OPERA

The company's artistic director resigned, just two weeks after he announced his second season.

CRITIC'S PICK: CAGE THE ELEPHANT RETURNS, SUSPENDED BETWEEN ROWDINESS AND REGRET

On the Kentucky band's fifth studio album, the fragility of love collides with the personality warp of celebrity. And even rock 'n'...

 
 
 



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 ...

Semi Detached House on a Hillside / MWArchitekten

Semi Detached House on a Hillside / MWArchitekten

© Adolf Bereuter Architects: MWArchitekten Location: Hohenems, Austria Category: Houses Lead Architects: Lukas Mähr, Carmen Wurz Design Team: Thomas Berchtold Area: 250.0... Read more ...

Benjamin Haughton, Man Crossing a Field at Dusk

Benjamin Haughton, Man Crossing a Field at Dusk

Portsmouth Museums and Visitor Services Date: Unknown Technique: Oil on canvas, 50.5 x 60.5 cm Source Read more ...

Abstract Painting, Textured Painting, Daily Painting, Small Oil Painting...

Abstract Painting, Textured Painting, Daily Painting, Small Oil Painting, 8x8x1.5

Last night I saw these colors in the sky. SOLD Today, I painted this. Inspiration is a wonderful thing! Carol Schiff Although the original is sold, this would be a beautiful... Read more ...

Xuzhou Constellation City Apartment Sales Office / odd

Xuzhou Constellation City Apartment Sales Office / odd

Exterior. Image © Dayu Photo Architects: odd Location: Xuzhou, Jiangsu, China Category: Store Lead Architects: Tsutomu Deguchi,Keizo Okamoto,Xiaotian He,Yebiao Huang Area... Read more ...

House Lab / Niimori Jamison Architects

House Lab / Niimori Jamison Architects

© Kiyoshi Takahata Architects: Niimori Jamison Architects Location: Osaka, Japan Category: Houses Lead Architects: Yudai Niimori, Maiko Yamasaki, James Jamison Area: 60.0... Read more ...

Jinhong Middle School Gymnasium / Le Architects Studio

Jinhong Middle School Gymnasium / Le Architects Studio

© elvin Architects: Le Architects Studio Location: Hefei, China Category: Elementary & Middle school Designers: Hongbo Li, Panjun Wang, Mingxing Xia Area: 5683.7 m2 Project... Read more ...

Panorama House / Sosu Architects

Panorama House / Sosu Architects

© Kyung Roh Architects: Sosu Architects Location: Hwarang-ro 88-gil, Bangchon-dong, Dong-gu, Daegu, South Korea Category: Apartments Lead Architects: Seokhong Go, Mihee... Read more ...

Frederick Childe Hassam, Columbus Avenue, Rainy Day

Frederick Childe Hassam, Columbus Avenue, Rainy Day

Worcester Art Museum Date: c. 1885 Technique: Oil on canvas, 43.5 x 53.66 cm Source Read more ...

Persimmons painting

Persimmons painting

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Contemporary Mixed Media Painting “Winter's Dawn“ by Intuitive Artist Joan...

Contemporary Mixed Media Painting “Winter's Dawn“ by Intuitive Artist Joan Fullerton

"A dreamer is one who can find his way by moonlight, and see the dawn before the rest of the world." Oscar Wilde FRESH OFF THE EASEL... 24"x24" x.75"Acrylic on Cradled... Read more ...