Fall Is Now Jam-Packed for Book Publishers. That Could Be a Problem.

The University of Chicago Press postponed 18 titles from its spring lineup to September. “Our thinking…

A Filmmaker Put Away for Tax Fraud Takes Us Inside a British Prison

There’s lockdown, and then there’s lockdown. Chris Atkins, a successful English filmmaker, got involved in a…

The Best Movies and TV Shows New to Netflix, Amazon and Stan in Australia in June

‘Crazy Delicious’ In what promises to be one of the strangest cooking competitions on TV, the…

What’s on TV Monday: ‘Zombi Child’ and ‘Inside Man’

What’s Streaming ZOMBI CHILD (2019) Stream on the Criterion Channel. To seal her membership in an…

What to Do At Home This Week

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‘Billions’ Season 5, Episode 5 Recap: Old Men

Axe and Chuck grapple with the sins of their fathers. Wendy takes a deeper in interest…

Christo, Artist Who Wrapped and Festooned on an Epic Scale, Dies at 84

Christo, the Bulgarian-born conceptual artist who turned to epic-scale environmental works in the late 1960s, stringing…

‘I Just Let Myself Go’: Igor Levit on Surviving a Satie Marathon

The pianist Igor Levit is always one-upping himself. His recordings have swollen from a collection of…

These Times Call for Stephen Petronio’s Coiled Energy

Oh, the thrill of a world premiere by a major choreographer. You take your seat at…

Finding the Sweet, Stinging Salt in Plays of Confinement

Sometimes, when all lighter diversions have failed, what a person who’s been in confinement needs is…

Karen Blumenthal, 61, Dies; Journalist Turned Young-Adult Author

Karen Frances Blumenthal was born on March 18, 1959, in Dallas. Her mother, Beverly (Brand) Blumenthal,…

Live From New York, It’s Jazz at a Distance

In a different age, about three months ago, 20 bucks could buy you up to four…