Scenes from Africa, Dar al-Mussawir’s latest exhibition, opened Thursday with a close-up look at the people and wildlife living side by side in the reservations of Kenya and Tanzania.
Tehran, Jan 19, IRNA – Iranian customs officers at Bazargan check point on border with Turkey neutralized a human trafficking attempt by discovering a man and a woman who were hiding inside a forei
How the internet, the self-help industry and the changing nature of celebrity gave rise to the era of “Me, Inc.” in the 1990s.
The lead singer of the Irish rock band, who died at 46, wrote songs in the 1990s that deeply touched young women and Irish listeners while appealing to a worldwide audience.
Beirut, Jan 19, IRNA – The Embassy of Iran in Beirut opened a memorial book on Wednesday to commemorate the sailors of the Sanchi oil tanker who lost their life in a crash fire accident.
A book editor named Daniel Mallory submitted “The Woman in the Window” under a pseudonym. His own publishing house bought it. Now, it’s a No. 1 best-seller.
Julien Turner, 20, is a budding filmmaker at Morehouse College, where he’s also a linebacker on the football team.
A tumultuous ballet season grows more tumultuous, as dancers at American Ballet Theater vote to authorize a strike as contract negotiations stall.
Tehran, Jan 19, IRNA – Tehran Symphonic Orchestra performed 'rain drops' piece in the Iranian capital in the memory of the victims of Sanchi tanker incident.
Vivaldi, a rising cellist and Jonas Kaufmann were among the highlights.
Hear the week's most notable new music from Tracey Thorn, the Chainsmokers, Brazilian Girls and more.
Dean Moss’s “Petra” riffs on Fassbinder’s “Petra von Kant” and his life as a choreographer: “that process where you never attain what your desire is.”
Beijing, Jan 19, IRNA – The Chinese rescue team almost investigated all parts of Iranian oil tanker except the anti-piracy safe room, rescue commander said.
The Mint Theater’s handsome, rough around the edges production makes a better case for this 1912 play as a curiosity than as a forgotten gem.
There are few hard feelings in Bethany Ashton Wolf’s adaptation of a novel by Heidi McLaughlin.
“Modern British” is the main draw at the 30th edition of the London Art Fair. But a few blue-chip names aside, “Mod Brit” remains a local draw.
The Oscar-winning actor plays parallel-world versions of the same man — a gentle bureaucrat and a ruthless agent — in a Starz sci-fi mystery mash-up.
Daniele Gatti, in his second season as music director, led the ensemble in works by Bruckner, Mahler, Wagner and Bruch.
“Trumpet,” its score lost for decades, has been reconstructed for the three-week festival “Julius Eastman: That Which Is Fundamental.”
Berlin may be the most musically active city on earth. It’s also at a moment of transition, with a fresh crop of artistic leaders.