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Review: ‘Yellowstone’ Wrangles Daddy Issues on the Range

Review: ‘Yellowstone’ Wrangles Daddy Issues on the Range

“Yellowstone” debuts Wednesday on Paramount Network, with, from left, Dave Annable, Wes Bentley, Luke Grimes and Kevin Costner.

Twyla Tharp on the Road: Shut Up and Dance

Twyla Tharp on the Road: Shut Up and Dance

Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall in Portland: 2,500 seats to fill.

A Labor Day Thank You for the Arts

A Labor Day Thank You for the Arts

Mike Seaman and his team maintain the sculptures, buildings and landscape at Storm King Art Center.

The Trouble With Bernstein’s Broadway in the Concert Hall

The Trouble With Bernstein’s Broadway in the Concert Hall

From left, Brandon Victor Dixon, Christian Dante White and Andy Karl in the Boston Pops concert staging of “On the Town” at Tanglewood.

As the Frick Expands, New York City Music Suffers

As the Frick Expands, New York City Music Suffers

The harpsichordist Mahan Esfahani at the Frick Collection’s music room, which will be converted into an art gallery as part of the museum’s planned expansion and renovation.

On ‘Big Brother,’ America Gets the Reality-TV Politics It Deserves

On ‘Big Brother,’ America Gets the Reality-TV Politics It Deserves

Omarosa Manigault Newman, the former Trump administration staffer, said on “Celebrity Big Brother” that she wouldn’t vote for President Trump again “in a million years.”

Fantastical Cityscapes of Cardboard and Glue at MoMA

Fantastical Cityscapes of Cardboard and Glue at MoMA

Detail from “Kimbembele Ihunga” (1994) in the exhibition, “Bodys Isek Kingelez: City Dreams,” at the Museum of Modern Art featuring the artist’s strongly colored, eccentrically shaped fantasy architectural models.

Wait, Leonard Bernstein Wrote a ‘Peter Pan’ Musical?

Wait, Leonard Bernstein Wrote a ‘Peter Pan’ Musical?

Jack Ferver wielding a disco ball as Tinker Bell in a new production of “Peter Pan,” with a score by Leonard Bernstein, at the Bard SummerScape festival.

Met Opera Accuses James Levine of Decades of Sexual Misconduct

Met Opera Accuses James Levine of Decades of Sexual Misconduct

James Levine, then the music director of the Metropolitan Opera, and Peter Gelb, the Met’s general manager, at a news conference in 2006.

‘The People Making It Are Indigenous, but Indigenous Is Not a Genre’

‘The People Making It Are Indigenous, but Indigenous Is Not a Genre’

Muriel Miguel, a founder of the feminist Native American collective Spiderwoman Theater, is considered a grandmother of the Indigenous theater movement in the United States and Canada.

Amid London’s Crime Surge, Authorities Take Aim at ‘Drill,’ a Bleak Style of Rap Music

Amid London’s Crime Surge, Authorities Take Aim at ‘Drill,’ a Bleak Style of Rap Music

Jermaine Goupall, 15, was killed in an attack that a judge in London said was foreshadowed by violent rap lyrics. Jermaine’s father keeps a memorial in his house.

Star Flutist Sues Boston Symphony Over Pay Equity

Star Flutist Sues Boston Symphony Over Pay Equity

The Boston Symphony Orchestra performing at Carnegie Hall in April. The orchestra’s principal flutist says she is paid less than her closest comparable colleague, who is a man.

Into the Wild With Kanye West

Into the Wild With Kanye West

Kanye debuted his eighth album, “Ye,” at a listening event in Wyoming, where he has been going regularly since early 2017.

Review: ‘The Confidence Man’ Finds Trump’s Business Image Was Made for TV

Review: ‘The Confidence Man’ Finds Trump’s Business Image Was Made for TV

“The Confidence Man,” the last episode in “Dirty Money” on Netflix, offers a swift, brutal overview of President Trump’s business career.

Women of the Philharmonic Can Play It All. Just Not in Pants.

Women of the Philharmonic Can Play It All. Just Not in Pants.

The New York Philharmonic is the only major American orchestra that does not allow female players to wear pants for formal evening concerts.


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