David Michôd’s film, adapted from a Michael Hastings book, puts a leader with boundless ignorance in a volatile country.
Chris Cornell's widow has penned a letter addressed to the late Soundgarden frontman days after he took his own life.
The memoir, “A Body of Work: Dancing to the Edge and Back,” which will be published on Nov. 7, will cover Mr. Hallberg’s career as a star dancer.
Late actress Carrie Fisher was supposed to be the leading force of the ninth film in the Star Wars saga, plans derailed by her sudden death last year
Our latest installment in the Instagram series #SpeakingInDance features Mira Nadon and Davide Riccardo at the School of American Ballet.
Azerbaijan Fashion Week has solemnly opened in the Stone Chronicle Museum.
Catch Up on “House of Cards,” “Game of Thrones,” “Orange Is the New Black,” “Younger” and “Queen Sugar.”
Money-laundering manicurists, a Stephen King detective story and, oh yeah, “Game of Thrones.”
We’ve learned a lot about nostalgia, what triggers it and how it works. (Caution for readers of a certain age: sentimental songs and videos ahead.)
Azerbaijan’s famous khananda Gochag Asgarov will give a concert in Iran.
A new exhibition at London’s Victoria and Albert Museum pays homage to the designer who inspired generations of rule breakers.
The former teacher at the Galileo Adult Education Centre in Montreal North says falling in love with and becoming engaged to fiancé Nick Viall is a d
On the new TV dance competition, Ms. Lopez says she wants the dancers to shine — and have an opportunity to “really make some money.”
Tehran, May 25, IRNA - The following headlines appeared in local English language newspapers on Thursday:
Stephen Colbert, Jimmy Fallon and Jimmy Kimmel all quipped on Wednesday night about President Trump’s visit to the Vatican.
Azerbaijani jazzmen Rain Sultanov and Isfar Sarabski have given a concert in Stockholm.
Hard Rock International is calling on emerging musicians to take center stagefor the chance to playduring halftimeat Hard Rock Stadium!
Uzbekistan has hosted a charity festival for Tashkent boarding schools.
The show, which was from the filmmaker Baz Luhrmann and ran one season, was set in the South Bronx in the late 1970s. It is unusual for Netflix to cancel an original series.
NBC celebrates Red Nose Day in support of poor children around the world with the help of some celebrities, including cast members of “Love Actually.”
Gloria finally meets Varga, who will be her biggest foe as the season concludes.
Martial law, then impeachment. Robert Schenkkan’s new future-history play is red meat for blue states.
A new documentary warns of Israel’s slow suicide if it pushes ahead and annexes large swaths of the West Bank.
As a 19-year-old University of Texas student in 1957, Ms. Conrad became the focus of attention when a state legislator objected to her casting in a mixed-race production of “Dido and Aeneas.”
‘Clerks,’ Kevin Smith’s first film, was a very low-budget project that became a surprise box-office success. Ms. Spoonauer stopped acting soon afterward.
Jason Bourque’s thriller examines the moral compromises of meting out death from afar, and the unraveling of a home when a victim comes to supper.
This vital, informative companion piece to Wim Wenders’s 1999 documentary chronicles the late-life careers, and deaths, of the “Buena Vista” stars.
A painting by the late Quebec artist Jean Paul Riopelle has sold for more than $7.4 million, good for second on the list of Canada's most expensive w
Ariel Stess’s cockeyed social-justice comedy opens Clubbed Thumb’s summer festival of new plays.
Among the movies in competition, disappointments abound, and our critic is left scratching her head about why some titles were includ ed.
Mr. Burdonsky, who worked for 45 years at the Central Theater of the Russian Army in Moscow, was named a People’s Artist of Russia in 1996.
Our music critics look at some recent offerings from the New York event, including a tribute to Alice Coltrane and a celebration of New Jack Swing.
On this week’s podcast, the “Speechless” actress reads Patty Dann’s story about facing her husband’s fast-ravaging brain cancer with their young son.
The designer, beloved for her memorable New York shows, has a full-scale retrospective opening this week at the Fashion and Textile Museum in London.