My Morning Jacket, the Wallflowers and Grizzly Bear will perform in Times Square on Oct. 12 as part of the festival’s expanded second year.
“Art Under Attack,” an exhibition opening on Wednesday at Tate Britain, argues that purposeful assaults on artworks shed light on history, politics and passions.
Amazon’s art venture seems to be doing well, as it has enticed more than 180 galleries to sell through its site.
“Thank You for Your Service” is David Finkel’s account of how soldiers scarred by war try to adjust to civilian life.
The agreement with RatPac-Dune Entertainment could help finance as many as 75 films.
The inaugural recital at the Board of Officers Room in the Park Avenue Armory featured Christian Gerhaher and Gerold Huber.
New pop releases, both smart and rapturous, from the Blow and Haim.
David Lowery, leader of the bands Camper Van Beethoven and Cracker, is pressing for higher royalties for musicians.