Thousands of people descend on Midtown for the city’s 44th Noel Night
Moscow, Dec 3, IRNA – First poetry and music night of Iran, Armenia and Russia will be held in Moscow tomorrow in presence of literary figures of the three countries.
Artist Paulina O'Kieffe says Beyonce's "Lemonade" reflects how infidelity is different for black women.
Tehran, Dec 3, IRNA - The 6th FIRA competition on robotics and artificial intelligence kicked off with the attendance of some 86 domestic and foreign teams in Amirkabir University, Tehran.
For Westworld fans trading wild theories about where the headline-grabbing HBO series is headed, Jimmi Simpson has been in your shoes. 'I've seen all
Tehran, Dec 3, IRNA – Iranian movie Abji (sister) will be shown in the 21st International Film Festival of Kerala (IFFK) in India.
Former U.S. astronaut Buzz Aldrin, the second man to walk on the moon, posted photos Saturday of his recovery in a New Zealand hospital after he was evacuated from the South Pole due to illness.
Gorgan, Golestan prov, Dec 3, IRNA – The Managing Director of Golestan Crisis Management Office Sadeghali Moghaddam said that an earthquake measuring 4.2 on the Richter scale rocked Aliabad-e Katul i
Tehran, Dec 3, IRNA – Iran is safely guiding an average of 1,100 passing planes through its air space, an official said.
Visit the boisterous backstage life of the opera star Anna Netrebko in her current production at the Met.
The comedy duo behind “Key & Peele” go in search of a Teflon kitten in their first feature film, “Keanu.” And Emma Stone hosts “Saturday Night Live.”
In a small, unfinished basement room near the PNE, two men are trying to preserve the unofficial compendium of Vancouver's cultural history.
Ms. Drummond, a regular in Broadway and off Broadway productions in the 1960s and ’70s, had roles in films like “Ghostbusters,” “Awakenings” and “Doubt.”
WSU’s vacant Criminal Justice building sold for $2M for redevelopment as apartments, retail and art showcase
The New York Philharmonic and the Salzburg Mozarteum Orchestra presented back-to-back concerts this week.
Neil Diamond took Song Sung Blue to the top of the charts, and now he promises to leave no song unsung when he takes the stage next year for a world tour.
A window offers a different perspective, depending what side you’re on.
Some supporters of the Democratic candidate have found comfort in Mrs. Clinton’s makeup-free look and comfortable demeanor, while others remain stung by the loss.
With the keyboardist Franz Nicolay returning to its lineup, the band is playing four sold-out shows celebrating the 10th anniversary of “Boys and Girls in America.”
Every instant, a new narrative is composing itself in New York.
This new Smithsonian series, which recreates historical moments using only archival clips and materials, looks at Dec. 7, 1941, living on in infamy.
This week, a discussion of new releases by both artists who have more in common than it may appear.
The director incorporated many of his past and present loves into his current venture, a 26-episode animated series for Netflix.
In a meeting with directors and artists, the Russian president also defended a court that gave a film director a 20-year prison term.
The show will open in 2018 — the museum’s 250th birthday — and bring together Renaissance art and 17th century works from the collection.
“Power Plays,” a new initiative, will commission and develop 25 plays — one for each decade of American history — over the next 10 years.
This season, timeless metallic designs blend old materials with a modern sensibility.
Amid concerns about what challenges the art world might face, there are still many not-to-miss exhibitions at galleries and museums.
Hear the new music that caught our pop critics’ attention this week, from Lil Yachty’s Beats 1 Freestyle to an imaginative Paul Simon remix.
A new production, for the Joffrey Ballet of Chicago, moves the Christmas-season classic to the site of the World’s Columbian Exposition of 1893.
After intense debate over the legacy of slavery at Yale, a new report lays out broad principles for renaming buildings without erasing the past.
Mike Flanagan, the filmmaker behind “Gerald’s Game,” “Oculus” and “Hush,” has found enthusiasm and a lack of red tape in the streaming world.
Ms. Holmes also stars in “All We Had,” set during the 2008 financial crisis. She says her daughter, Suri, is the inspiration behind everything she does.
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