Bill Cosby departs the Montgomery County Courthouse after his sexual assault trial ended with a hung jury last June.
Fifty-three drawings by Georges Wolinski that explore the famously combative cartoonist’s more philosophical side are on display at the Palais de Tokyo in Paris through May 13.
Kenny Wollesen performed with Kamikaze Ground Crew at a concert exploring three groups’ intertwined histories on New York’s old downtown scene.
Starrah is the secretive wallflower dominating the charts, a fame-shy songwriter who has written hits for Drake, Rihanna, Maroon 5 and more.
Picasso’s “Fillette à la Corbeille Fleurie” (Young Girl With Basket of Flowers) sold for $115 million Tuesday night at Christie’s Rockefeller auction.
“Bandersnatch” is intriguing, but is it any good? From left, Asim Chaudhry, Will Poulter and Fionn Whitehead.
“The Divine Spouse,” an example of Mexican church art by Miguel Cabrera, presents Jesus as a man-child reclining on a bed of flowers. Work from “New Spain” was recognized not as a European knockoff, but a product with its own style by the 18th century.
From left, Dakota Fanning, Luke Evans and Daniel Brühl in “The Alienist.”
The Abstract Expressionist painter Joan Mitchell, who died in 1992, was the unlikely star of the Art Basel fair in Switzerland. Her 1959 painting “Untitled” was sold by the New York and London dealership Lévy Gorvy at Art Basel. It carried an asking price of $14 million.
This summer Y’lan Noel has been a struggling producer on “Insecure” and an action hero in “The First Purge.”
Esa-Pekka Salonen concluded his stint as the New York Philharmonic's composer in residence with an interdisciplinary program that included his work "Foreign Bodies," featuring a live video installation by Tal Rosner.
David Tennant in “Jessica Jones.”
Chloë Sevigny in “American Horror Story: Hotel.”
The documentary photographer Susan Meiselas, who gained fame for her gritty, empathetic war coverage in Nicaragua and El Salvador in the 1980s, returned to Managua to cover a march while installing her retrospective at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, above.
The first Times writing on “Roots,” both the book and the mini-series, including this feature by Charlayne Hunter-Gault on Americans’ watching it.
Clockwise from top left: Michelle Wolf, Macy Gray, Cardi B and Sandra Bernhard will all entertain on New Year’s Eve.
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