The newest iteration of “Narcos” takes the audience back in time to Guadalajara in 1985, to the beginnings of a drug war that still hasn’t ended.
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A man was removed from the Hippodrome Theater in Baltimore after he loudly yelled pro-Hitler slogans during intermission.
Paramount Ranch, which served as a set for numerous Hollywood television shows and films over almost a century, was destroyed.
An amendment to prohibit grant recipients from producing “overtly political” work was rescinded on Thursday, after criticism from arts groups.
The 15th annual event features major names but our writer is looking forward to lesser known acts like Bassem Youssef and “Facial Recognition Comedy.”
“Knowledge and Wonder” was to be sold at Christie’s on Nov. 15, but arts advocates and Mr. Marshall had criticized the move by the city of Chicago.
The play, which ended its run at the New York Theater Workshop, will transfer to the Greenwich House Theater beginning Nov. 27.
Mary Anne Carter, who had been unofficially running the N.E.A. for several months, was officially nominated to be its chairman.
The former first couple’s production company will turn the Michael Lewis book “The Fifth Risk,” which examined the haphazard changeover in administration, into a series.