Harvey Weinstein Trial: Jury Suggests It Is Split on 2 Most Serious Charges

The jury in Harvey Weinstein’s rape trial sent a note to the judge on Friday afternoon…

Andrew Weatherall, D.J. Who Broke Down Genre Barriers, Dies at 56

Andrew Weatherall, an omnivorous D.J., producer and musician known for his impact on England’s acid house…

Review: Richard Alston Dance Says Adieu in (Quiet) Character

MONTCLAIR, N.J. — Another long-established choreographer, forced to shut down his company because of shifts in…

Reinbert de Leeuw, Dutch Champion of Contemporary Music, Dies at 81

Reinbert de Leeuw, a Dutch conductor pianist and composer who advocated — sometimes raucously — for…

A Supreme Court for the Rich

When Justice Kavanaugh replaced Justice Anthony Kennedy in 2018, he moved a five-member conservative majority even…

Review: As ‘Better Call Saul’ Returns, ‘Breaking Bad’ Comes Into View

“Better Call Saul” begins its fifth season, per established practice, with a black-and-white, vérité-style peek into…

Pamela Adlon Fuels Her Hectic Life With Fosse and ‘Fame’

You probably think you know Pamela Adlon. After all, “Better Things,” her FX dramedy (which returns…

A Spinning Top in ‘Rodeo’

The New York City Ballet principal Daniel Ulbricht’s solo in this Justin Peck ballet is all…

A Beethoven Aria Was Lost. I Filled In the Missing Pages.

Beethoven had to present his only opera three times before it won success. It was premiered…

Tobi Tobias, Longtime Dance Critic, Dies at 81

Tobi Tobias, whose dance criticism for New York magazine and other outlets made her an influential…

Alanis Morissette’s Agonized Ballad, and 10 More New Songs

“Smiling” was written for the stage adaptation of Alanis Morissette’s “Jagged Little Pill,” and it sounds…

The Umbrella Academy Has a Spinoff: You Look Like Death

The Umbrella Academy, the comic book series about the adopted siblings and misfit heroes who inspired…