On Inauguration Day, news broadcasters seemed unnerved by the prospect President Donald J. Trump would remain as combative as he had been while the host of “The Apprentice.”
Cultural counterprogramming. An artists’ strike. A museum’s celebration. Dispatches from coast to coast.
An inaugural songfest fell far short of its billing as “typically and traditionally American.”
This year’s preinaugural concert in Washington may not be like star-studded affairs of the past, but supporters say they don’t care.
Ellen Burstyn, Solange Knowles, artists, composers and others offer people who don’t want to think about politics different options for the weekend.
Current and former Rockettes find themselves in a new spotlight as they take sides over the inauguration, breaking with the solidarity that defines the troupe.
The chant is on a new track, called “Tiny Hands,” the singer created for the women’s march in Washington after Donald Trump’s inauguration.
The B-Street Band, booked before Donald J. Trump announced his candidacy, reacted to indignation from fans.
The singer said she had been influenced by an article about how her planned appearance was heartbreaking to her gay fans.