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Apollo Theater Is Celebrated in a New Graphic Novel

Apollo Theater Is Celebrated in a New Graphic Novel

The cover of the graphic novel, adapted from a history by the same author.

Amy Sedaris Is Excited for the Emmys. She Just Has to Find a Rabbit Sitter.

Amy Sedaris Is Excited for the Emmys. She Just Has to Find a Rabbit Sitter.

“At Home With Amy Sedaris” received an Emmy nomination for best variety sketch show.

Langston Hughes Just Got a Year Older

Langston Hughes Just Got a Year Older

Robert W. Kelley/The LIFE Picture Collection, via Getty Images

‘Blindspot’ Season 1, Episode 11: Can You Land This Plane?

‘Blindspot’ Season 1, Episode 11: Can You Land This Plane?

Sullivan Stapleton, left, and Jaimie Alexander in “Blindspot.”

As a Black Artist Soars at Auction, Rethinking ‘Blue Chip’

As a Black Artist Soars at Auction, Rethinking ‘Blue Chip’

Kerry James Marshall’s “Past Times,” from 1997, an acrylic and collage on canvas, sold for $21.1 million at Sotheby’s Wednesday night.

Hip-Hop’s Year of Dangerous Living Put the Accused on the Charts

Hip-Hop’s Year of Dangerous Living Put the Accused on the Charts

A still from 6ix9ine’s video for “Gummo,” which is currently on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. The rapper pleaded guilty to the use of a child in a sexual performance in 2015.

Back to Nicaragua for a Pioneering Photographer of Rebellion

Back to Nicaragua for a Pioneering Photographer of Rebellion

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.

He Spoke Out During the AIDS Crisis. See Why His Art Still Matters.

He Spoke Out During the AIDS Crisis. See Why His Art Still Matters.

David Wojnarowicz’s “Untitled (Face in Dirt),” from 1991, shows the artist sinking into the earth (or is he rising, Lazarus-like, from it?) in Death Valley. It is part of “David Wojnarowicz: History Keeps Me Awake at Night,” an exhibition opening Friday at the Whitney Museum of American Art.

Meet Six Disrupters at the New Museum’s Triennial

Meet Six Disrupters at the New Museum’s Triennial

Gary Carrion-Murayari, left, and Alex Gartenfeld, the curators of the 2018 Triennial, in the Sky Room at the New Museum.

‘Carousel’ Dances Are a New Feather in the Enigmatic Justin Peck’s Cap

‘Carousel’ Dances Are a New Feather in the Enigmatic Justin Peck’s Cap

Amar Ramasar, far right, leads a male ensemble in the high-energy “Blow High, Blow Low” number.

Assassin’s Creed Has a New Mission: Working in the Classroom

Assassin’s Creed Has a New Mission: Working in the Classroom

A view of ancient Alexandria as seen in the Discovery Tour mode of Assassin’s Creed: Origins.

Prince’s Overdose Death Results in No Criminal Charges

Prince’s Overdose Death Results in No Criminal Charges

Prince in Paris in 2009. In dealing with chronic hip pain, he apparently became addicted to painkillers and died of an overdose in 2016.

Aretha Franklin Was the Personification of Black Woman Magic

Aretha Franklin Was the Personification of Black Woman Magic

Aretha Franklin, in an undated photo, performing live onstage in Britain.

Before He Was a Cubist, Picasso Was an Invertebrate

Before He Was a Cubist, Picasso Was an Invertebrate

A headline from The New York Times on April 14, 1914.


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