This Lorraine Hansberry play, set in the 1960s in a fictional African country, speaks incisively to the American present.
See the Mona Lisa, up your baking skills and get some answers to your salacious questions about dinosaurs.
This Independence Day, 70 artists are having messages of solidarity and defiance typed in the sky to highlight the plight of immigrants held in detention centers.
It’s a bit like “The Great British Baking Show,” but in this series, the goal is to build dream homes, not frangipane and iced buns. It’s also deeply human.
Our critics and readers make a return trip to the movie that kicked off a franchise. Does the blockbuster hold up in a summer without one?
Our culture writers offer suggestions for celebrating Independence Day, and what to watch or listen to without leaving your home.
Drive-ins are a rarity these days, but they were a formative moviegoing experience for many Americans, including an impressionable young boy who went on to become a director.
Galleries and museums are getting creative about presenting work online during the coronavirus crisis. Here are three shows worth viewing virtually.
After four months of livestream stand-up sets, the format remains awkward. But comics are getting better at playing to the camera, and crowds are learning how to show their appreciation.