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The new play by Martin Sherman concerns an intergenerational romance between men played by Harvey Fierstein and Gabriel Ebert.
Frederick Wiseman’s landmark 1967 documentary about a prison for the insane has been transformed into “Titicut Follies: The Ballet.”
Many comic book stars have same-sex relationships in their back stories. Is it time for Hollywood to honor that?
Our streaming columnist provides a budget- and genre-conscious way for viewers to binge, purge and watch movies on demand.
They writers are among 24 people who will be depicted in portraits at the university, which has been criticized for a lack of diversity.
The Qin empire lasted for 15 years, the Han for more than four centuries. Their art and cultural institutions laid the foundation for a Chinese state.
The director discusses a sequence from “Ghost in the Shell” featuring Scarlett Johansson.
The director Rupert Sanders narrates a scene featuring Scarlett Johansson.
Disney's animated phenomenon, Frozen, may not have been a heartwarming tale of sisterly love if its creators stuck to the film's original planned end
Preparations have been launched for the upcoming grand sporting events to be held in the capital of Azerbaijan soon.
“No one in America stood up in a town hall and said, ‘Sir, I demand you let somebody else make money off my shameful desires,’” the “Late Show” host said.
Some of the musical’s most devoted fans are showing up to the performances dressed in zoot suits and vintage attire. We spoke to some of them to find out what the Chicano play means to them.
For years, two experts in Southeast Asian antiquities could ensure a relic’s worth. Now, investigators say they falsified artifact histories.
Some recent works by local artists are more overtly political than others, but many suggest a sense of helplessness toward what is widely seen as Beijing’s tightening grip.
To value the humanities and the arts isn’t wimpish or elitist. It’s civilized.
A conference entitled "Multiculturalism and intercultural dialogue: Swiss and Azerbaijani models" has been held Bern. It was co-organized by the Azerbaijani Embassy in Switzerland and the House of Rel
The name of one of the greatest cellists and conductors of the 20th century, Mstislav Rostropovich is known by many people. Baku is going to host the 9th International Mstislav Rostropovich Festival o
“Azerbaijan` national idea in global transformation period” book by Academician, head of the Presidential Administration of Azerbaijan, Ramiz Mehdiyev has been published in Moscow, Russia.
“The Amazing Race” throws caution to the wind in its new season. And dream of sunnier climes with some beachy diversions.
The European Ceramic Workcenter has an international reputation for giving artists a crash course in ceramics, then telling them to think big.
Vacheron Constantin’s Villes Lumičres series is just one example of Yoko Imaď’s work.
Newly signed to Nickelodeon, JoJo Siwa is leading an international online movement of kind behavior and demure dress. But not everyone approves.
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The book, published by William Powell in 1971, styled itself as a guide for would-be revolutionaries and had information on explosives, guns and drugs.
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The Pulitzer Prize winner wrote for The Washington Post and was the author of the acclaimed novel “Testing the Current.”

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