A New-York Historical Society show and a new book look at the juxtaposition of the lives of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and Robert F. Kennedy.
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Here’s a roundup of activities, from Muppet movies to zombie tag, at New York museums during next week’s public school spring break.
The work of women and the achievements of suffrage are being celebrated this year.
In one of Roosevelt’s annual addresses, he articulated the Four Freedoms and later asked artists to express their vision of them.
John A. Farrell, the author of “Richard Nixon: The Life,” has not been shy about drawing parallels between the Watergate scandal and the current Russia investigation.
Events were held last week for the Animal Rescue Fund of the Hamptons, East Hampton Artists and Writers, and the New-York Historical Society.
Royalty photographs royalty in an exhibition of portraits by Ms. Sherman at the New-York Historical Society.
“The Duchess of Carnegie Hall” focuses on the work of a woman who was a rarity in the male-dominated world of portrait photography.
“A Revolution in Color” looks at the American Revolution through the patriotic portraits of John Singleton Copley, a British loyalist.
The New-York Historical Society will devote its fourth floor to the Center for Women’s History, which will enshrine the contributions of women.