Disney+ is streaming a live-capture film of “Hamilton.” It’s just the latest chapter in a deepening relationship between the company and the musical’s creator.
Most universities plan to bring students back to campus. But many of their teachers are concerned about joining them.
For nearly two decades, she chronicled communities on the edge of society in elegant photographs that drew comparisons to the work of Jacob Riis.
Our chief classical critic took on the daunting Opus 110 in college, and now relishes risky recordings.
Many Latinos are pushing for an acknowledgment of the systemic racism they face, and a conversation about over-policing in their own communities.
Yale has acquired a renowned private collection relating to the abolitionist and orator, including rarely seen family scrapbooks that offer a window onto his complicated private life.
Listen to how artists have explored what it means — and could mean — to be American.
The new film starring Will Ferrell and Rachel McAdams lovingly references many of the competition’s most memorable moments, and features many Eurovision stars.
“I was enchanted by her writing,” said Clifford Peterson, who met Carol Ryan during planning for Ramapo College’s 50th anniversary celebration, “by the incredible life she lived, simply enchanted.”
Kimberly Jocelyn is at her computer on the weekends, but she forces herself to take breaks for fresh air and video calls with friends.
This is not complicated, folks.
Shorelines are finally open for swimming, but outbreaks across the country have given officials pause about the city’s wider reopening.
“She Kills Monsters” is hugely popular in high schools and colleges. Even in lockdown, performers have found novel ways to make the battles come alive.
The review — a prelude to a potential change — comes after years of protest from those who find the name offensive and defiance from the team’s owner.
You may not be able to congregate for parades or fireworks, but there are other options when it comes to having a festive Fourth.
Human rights groups say the new law will give the police and military forces more powers to stifle dissent.
While the camaraderie that comes from attending fireworks and tailgates will be absent, technology may help new traditions take hold.
Animals called caecilians may have been among the first vertebrates on land to lace their bites with venom.
Feiffer talks about his new picture book and more, and Steve Inskeep discusses “Imperfect Union.”
Members of Congress are angry that the rail agency is asking for more money while planning to lay off staff and reduce services. Smaller communities that rely on rail service could be badly hurt.