The company reported net income of $22.2 million, or 26 cents a share, up from $12.8 million a year ago and better than analysts’ forecasts of 20 cents a share.
Some cultural groups are taken aback by the size of a $50 million New York City appropriation for a new arts group, the Culture Shed.
“Our Nixon,” a CNN documentary, uses recently released Super 8 footage of insider perspectives of the White House.
The five-part works were the focus of “Concertos à 5,” the first of four one-hour, free concerts featuring well-known composers and worthy rarities at St. Peter’s Lutheran Church.
The Niger-born guitarist and songwriter Bombino, backed by his three-man band, had the audience dancing at Brooklyn Bowl on Tuesday night.
Scott Simon, the journalist and NPR host, posted Twitter updates from his mother’s deathbed, connecting with a vast and supportive audience.
A quarter of the streaming service’s 24 million customers pay for their music, but that hasn’t been enough for Spotify to turn a profit.
“Dreadful,” David Margolick’s new biography of John Horne Burns, a largely forgotten novelist with a poisonous character, illuminates the gay experience in the mid-20th century.
The premier event at the Summer North American Championships, this year in Atlanta, is the Spingold Knockout Teams, which starts on Monday.
The mezzo-soprano Alice Coote and the pianist Jean-Efflam Bavouzet were the soloists with the Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra at Avery Fisher Hall on Tuesday.