Find out which prayers Marilyn marked as “skip.”
If you fancy some respite from the sun this weekend, read on for our recommendations for cultural events in New York, D.C., Chicago and L.A.
“The screen star, who is 30 years old, and the Pulitzer Prize-winning dramatist, who is 40, were married at 7:21 P.M. by Judge Seymour Robinowitz.”
Cynthia Ozick, a grand dame of American letters, turned 90 this week. To celebrate, check out some of her most wonderful work.
Asghar Farhadi, director of “The Salesman,” is boycotting the Academy Awards because of Trump’s Muslim ban. His film is more relevant than ever.
After a string of celebrity deaths this past year, the patron saint of New York celebrities has died as well. As dnainfo reports, Stanley Bard, once the manager of the Chelsea Hotel, died in Boca Raton, Florida on Tuesday at 82.
Relax this Thanksgiving with the “Gilmore Girls” revival, Michael Chabon’s new novel, and more.
Arthur Miller’s 1953 masterpiece of witch trials and McCarthyism returns to Broadway in a brilliant revival that reminds the viewer all too well of what Philip Roth referred to as “The indigenous American berserk.”
Marcel Ophuls is often credited with exposing French collaboration with the Nazis in “The Sorrow and the Pity.” But Arthur Miller’s “Incident at Vichy,” now playing in New York, was an equally important and groundbreaking work.
On the occasion of Arthur Miller’s centenary, a new Broadway production of “A View From the Bridge” has opened under the direction of Ivo Van Hove. Jesse Oxfeld calls it a “psychosexual faceoff” and much more.