In “Public, Private, Secret,” a stimulating and unsettling exhibition, the International Center of Photography embraces a new orientation.
Ms. Ferri, once retired, is continuing her career at 53 as she performs with American Ballet Theater in “Romeo and Juliet.”
Judith Hill was sitting on a plane with a man she loved, when suddenly he lost consciousness. She shouted his name: Prince. But he didn’t come to.
For 16 days, “The Floating Piers,” a saffron-colored walkway, will connect two small islands in a lake in Northern Italy to the mainland.
The friendly blue fish with short-term memory problems goes looking for her family and takes a star turn in this sequel to “Finding Nemo.”
After more than four decades of hosting “A Prairie Home Companion,” which he created and which, in turn, created him, the public radio legend is retiring.
Artists, responding to industry and fan expectations, must make themselves accessible while contending with harassment and the threat of violence.
The dancers Constance Stamatiou, Ashley Mayeux and Solomon Dumas bring different life experiences to the company’s latest season.