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Call Him an Early Adopter: Thomas Child, a 19th-Century Photographer in China

Call Him an Early Adopter: Thomas Child, a 19th-Century Photographer in China

The Jade Belt Bridge at the Summer Palace in Beijing in an 1870 photograph by Thomas Child.

Unwelcome Sound on Germany’s Stages: Musicians Who Boycott Israel

Unwelcome Sound on Germany’s Stages: Musicians Who Boycott Israel

Graham Hastings, Alloysious Massaquoi and Kayus Bankole of Young Fathers performing in Los Angeles on May 2. The band was due to perform at a German arts festival but was disinvited because of its support for the B.D.S. movement, which calls for a boycott of Israel.

Free Your Mind? ‘Black Mirror’ Isn’t Too Hopeful

Free Your Mind? ‘Black Mirror’ Isn’t Too Hopeful

The episodes of the new season of “Black Mirror,” like “Black Museum” (above), are becoming increasingly indistinguishable from supernatural horror tales.

‘Jane the Virgin’ Season 2, Episode 16: Petra and Jane’s Growing Friendship

‘Jane the Virgin’ Season 2, Episode 16: Petra and Jane’s Growing Friendship

From left, Gina Rodriguez, Ivonne Coll and Andrea Navedo in “Jane the Virgin.”

How to Save ‘The Conners’ From Roseanne

How to Save ‘The Conners’ From Roseanne

Sara Gilbert, left, and Roseanne Barr in a scene from “Roseanne.” The series will return without Ms. Barr as “The Conners.”

Steve Martin and Martin Short on Friendship and What’s Truly Funny

Steve Martin and Martin Short on Friendship and What’s Truly Funny

Steve Martin, left, and Martin Short at the Beacon Theater in Manhattan.

‘Jessica Jones’ Episode 5: I’ve Seen Heroes

‘Jessica Jones’ Episode 5: I’ve Seen Heroes

Krysten Ritter in “Jessica Jones.”

The Golden Globes Sets the Thermometer to Warm

The Golden Globes Sets the Thermometer to Warm

Andy Samberg and Sandra Oh hosted the 76th Golden Globe Awards Sunday night at the Beverly Hilton in Los Angeles.

When #MeToo Infamy Taints Your Famous Benefactor

When #MeToo Infamy Taints Your Famous Benefactor

Kevin Spacey at a benefit in 2014 for his foundation, which mentored and trained young performers. It shut down in February after he was accused of sexual misconduct by several young actors.

At Arles Festival, 7 Promising Photographers to Watch

At Arles Festival, 7 Promising Photographers to Watch

An image by the Swiss photographer Matthieu Gafsou from his “H+” collection, which is at the Maison des Peintres, in Arles, France.

‘Castle Rock’ Is a Stephen King Story That Isn’t Really a Stephen King Story

‘Castle Rock’ Is a Stephen King Story That Isn’t Really a Stephen King Story

The new Hulu show “Castle Rock,” though inspired by the characters and settings of Stephen King’s work, tells an original story about a death row attorney drawn back to his hometown when a young man (played by Bill Skarsgard) is discovered in that cage inside Shawshank prison.

Can Netflix Take Turkey’s TV Dramas to the World?

Can Netflix Take Turkey’s TV Dramas to the World?

Cagatay Ulusoy, left, and Hazar Erguclu in “The Protector,” Netflix’s first original Turkish-language show.

Seeing Old Masters in a Different Light

Seeing Old Masters in a Different Light

Keith Christiansen, the chairman of the European paintings department, on the roof of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, amid old skylights that will be replaced.

Caitlyn Smith, a Hitmaking Nashville Songwriter, Sings Her Own on ‘Starfire’

Caitlyn Smith, a Hitmaking Nashville Songwriter, Sings Her Own on ‘Starfire’

After years working as a staff songwriter, Caitlyn Smith is showing off her own striking voice.

Top Female Music Executives Send Rebuke to Grammys Leadership

Top Female Music Executives Send Rebuke to Grammys Leadership

After the Grammys, the Recording Academy president Neil Portnow said women need to “step up” to get ahead in the business. Six of the industry’s most powerful women are now calling the organization “woefully out of touch.”


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