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The Bearden Project and selections from the permanent collection at the Studio Museum in Harlem, family films at Lincoln Center, and more.

South Asian sculpture at Asia Society Museum, clarinetist David Krakauer at drom, Sondheim's "Follies" back on Broadway, and more.

It's become bloodsport to pick on Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark. But the question is, how is the show?

Experimental musician Benjamin Patterson at the Studio Museum, Chinese visual artist Wang Qingsong at ICP, Daniel Radcliffe back on Broadway, art along the Hudson, and more.

Arts and culture musts include Larry Kramer’s The Normal Heart's Broadway premiere, Music 3.0 at the Museum of Modern Art and more.

Elton John at the Tribeca Film Festival, industrial design at the Studio Museum, Tom Stoppard and Billy Crudup return to Broadway, and Cuba comes to New York.

Rafael Pi Roman sits down with Broadway performer Barbara Cook to discuss her career.

Green Day’s American Idiot absolutely belongs on Broadway. The punk label always seemed somewhat disingenuous for this band, now 23 years old, that is cleaner, shinier, and more sentimental than punk would ever want to be. And Green Day’s songs, with Billie Joe Armstrong’s lyrics, have unnervingly infectious hooks, harmonies, and major chords to match [...]

The new play Red is to 20th Century Art what Colonial Williamsburg is to the Revolutionary War: a warm, fuzzy, simulacrum that makes a complex era accessible.  Instead of taking audiences inside an 18th Century Southern plantation, John Logan’s one-act play takes them inside the studio of Abstract Expressionist painter Mark Rothko.

Come Fly Away is an enjoyable evening jam-packed with Twyla Tharp’s jazzy mix of ballroom, ballet, and modern dance. The cast of 15 dancers is accompanied by recordings of Frank Sinatra, plus strategic live renditions of songs by Hilary Gardner (including a duet with Sinatra), backed by a band led by Russ Kassoff. If you’re [...]

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