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Obama Portraits ‘Push Us to Think More,’ Readers Say

Obama Portraits ‘Push Us to Think More,’ Readers Say

The portraits of President Barack Obama and Michelle Obama were unveiled on Monday at the National Portrait Gallery in Washington, D.C.

California Tried to Give Artists a Cut. But the Judges Said No.

California Tried to Give Artists a Cut. But the Judges Said No.

The artist Laddie John Dill, a plaintiff in a class-action lawsuit from 2011 seeking royalties under state law. Mr. Dill said of artists: “If they’re starting out and something goes up for auction, I think they should get a piece of it.”

John Prine Endures, With a Half-Smile and a Song

John Prine Endures, With a Half-Smile and a Song

John Prine at his home in Nashville.

Lorraine Gordon, Keeper of the Village Vanguard Flame, Dies at 95

Lorraine Gordon, Keeper of the Village Vanguard Flame, Dies at 95

Lorraine Gordon kept independent jazz alive at the legendary Village Vanguard in Greenwich Village. The club hosted musical greats like Thelonious Monk, Miles Davis and John Coltrane.

The Sweet Synergy of Flowers and Pictures of Flowers

The Sweet Synergy of Flowers and Pictures of Flowers

Left, Childe Hassam’s “United States Poppies, Isles of Shoals” (1891). Right, Celia Thaxter’s garden today on Appledore Island, Me., the largest of the Isles of Shoals.

The ‘Bachelorette’ Makes Her Choice. Will She Regret It?

The ‘Bachelorette’ Makes Her Choice. Will She Regret It?

Becca Kufrin and Garrett Yrigoyen during the finale of “The Bachelorette” that aired on Monday night.

This May Be the Most Polarizing Comedy Special of the Year

This May Be the Most Polarizing Comedy Special of the Year

A scene from the new special “Drew Michael.” There’s no audience to play off.

Jerome Robbins in 124 Costumes and 30 Minutes

Jerome Robbins in 124 Costumes and 30 Minutes

From left, Toni-Leslie James and, in mirror, Marc Happel, Tiler Peck in the “Shall We Dance?” dress and Kellie Sheehan.

A Cri de Coeur in a Pool of Milk: Decoding ‘Salome’ in Salzburg

A Cri de Coeur in a Pool of Milk: Decoding ‘Salome’ in Salzburg

Milk being poured into a shallow pool in Romeo Castellucci’s production of “Salome” at the Salzburg Festival, starring Asmik Grigorian, far left.

While You Were Gawking at Snapchat Posts, One Artist Was Listening to Them

While You Were Gawking at Snapchat Posts, One Artist Was Listening to Them

Christian Marclay, left, and Andrew Lin, a Snap engineer, setting up “Talk to Me/Sing to Me” at a demonstration in Paris.

Stephen Posen Knows How to Fashion a Line. So Does His Son, Zac Posen.

Stephen Posen Knows How to Fashion a Line. So Does His Son, Zac Posen.

The painter Stephen Posen in his SoHo studio. His new show, “Stephen Posen Threads: Paintings from the 1960s and ’70s,” opens Tuesday.

‘UnREAL’ Season 2, Episode 9: ‘This Is All We Need’

‘UnREAL’ Season 2, Episode 9: ‘This Is All We Need’

Shiri Appleby, left, and Constance Zimmer in “UnREAL.”

Kimmel, Covfefe, ‘Wonder Woman’: Washington on Pop Culture in 2017

Kimmel, Covfefe, ‘Wonder Woman’: Washington on Pop Culture in 2017

The White House press secretary, Sarah Huckabee Sanders, left, and the “Saturday Night Live” cast member Aidy Bryant playing her. Some political insiders found the impersonation unnecessarily harsh and gendered compared with the portrayals of President Trump and Sean Spicer on “S.N.L.”

‘The Bachelor’ Goes International. Will Bachelor Nation Follow?

‘The Bachelor’ Goes International. Will Bachelor Nation Follow?

The contestants in “The Bachelor Winter Games,” drawn from 12 countries, will compete in athletic events like a biathlon and ice dancing, as well as for true love.

The Gladiators of ‘Scandal’ Leave the Arena

The Gladiators of ‘Scandal’ Leave the Arena

In Olivia Pope, as portrayed by Kerry Washington (left), Shonda Rhimes (right) created one of the most memorable antiheroes, let alone one of the more complex black characters, on television.


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