“My big fantasy is that women and men will really start to talk to each other,” Aviad said.
Kapoor is making this week’s news not just for philanthropy, but for the latest sortie in his ongoing tiff with the artist Stuart Semple.
Rodgers and Hammerstein are making millions for Grande’s take on “My Favorite Things.”
In a landmark move, London’s National Portrait Gallery has decided not to take money from the Sackler family — at least for now.
BHL was invited by The New Yorker to share his thoughts on how the American justice system should be more forgiving of the rich and powerful.
“If I was a young Muslim, would I feel angry enough to have joined ISIS?” Kapoor told The Guardian. “I would at least think about it.”
To browse the stacks at the New York Public Library is to take a walk on the mild side. But with the opening of the Lou Reed Archive, that’s changed.
For her latest film, “The Brink,” Alison Klayman spent 13 months with Steve Bannon. Here’s what it was like.
The prospect of seeing the masks, colors and pageantry of Purim and its simcha and spiels brought to life onscreen is well worth the investment.
Mamet’s defense is a bit weak and kinda troubling.