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Perfectionist. Genius. Icon. That was Stephen Sondheim

In 2010, the year Stephen Sondheim turned 80, he had to endure a public fuss when a Broadway theater was renamed in his honor. At a ceremony outside the 1,055-seat auditorium on West 43rd Street, the ...

December 5, 2021, Sunday


Bob Mackie book looks back on sparkly costume career

WHEN Bob Mackie was 11, and his uncle asked him what he wanted to be when he grew up, he didn’t hesitate: a costume designer on Broadway. The Southern California boy had never been to New York, but he ...

November 21, 2021, Sunday


From social media project to cookbook for Gordon Ramsay

How did Gordon Ramsay spend his pandemic lockdown? Getting frenetic in a kitchen, of course. The chef with a dizzying number of books, restaurants and television shows was home in Cornwall, England, ...

November 14, 2021, Sunday


Huma Abedin doesn’t hold back in new memoir

TO a fascinated outside world, Huma Abedin was always the elegant woman standing at the back of the room, not speaking. An ever-loyal aide to her boss of 25 years, Hillary Clinton, for whom she would ...

November 14, 2021, Sunday


Design that honors history, location and architecture

WHO is she? Kelly Wearstler is the founder and principal of Kelly Wearstler design studio. She is an American designer creating multifaceted and experiential residential, hospitality, commercial and ...

October 31, 2021, Sunday


A controversial new home in Oslo for Munch’s ‘children’

To Edvard Munch, they were his children, and like any doting father, he hated the idea of them straying too far from home....

October 31, 2021, Sunday


‘Rocketman’ taps into younger generation of musicians for inspiration

Elton John might be 74 and struggling with a dodgy hip, but his musical taste remains far cooler than most guys half his age....

October 24, 2021, Sunday


‘Art transcends race’ for trailblazing Asian ballerina

WHEN Sae Eun Park auditioned for the world’s oldest ballet institution, her Paris hotel room was so small she could not fully stretch her legs. A decade later, the South Korean has become the first Asian ...

October 24, 2021, Sunday


Jessica Chastain redeems a televangelist in ‘Tammy Faye’

In the nearly 10 years it took for Jessica Chastain to get made a film about the Christian televangelist Tammy Faye Messner, she studied many of the kinds of things you’d expect — the hours of television ...

September 26, 2021, Sunday


Documenting ‘winged jewels’ with his lens

Like the more than 3,000 species of butterflies in Colombia, agronomist Juan Guillermo Jaramillo underwent his own metamorphosis several years ago, as his passion for photographing nature took an unexpected ...

September 12, 2021, Sunday




 

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