Beauty Tips


Celebrity Memorabilia Becomes the Star of Auction Season

As the art market wobbles, estate sales are filling holes in the auction calendar.


For Barkley Hendricks, Finally a Seat at the Head of the Table

An underground virtuoso, always being discovered in bits and pieces, the portraitist solidifies his place in the canon with a solo show at the Frick — its first ever for a Black artist.


Sterlin Harjo on Ending ‘Reservation Dogs’ in That Good Way

The co-creator and showrunner talked about why three seasons was just right, and why the show is likely to be the most important thing he ever makes.


Whatever Happened to Local Comedy Scenes?

A new book argues that the isolation of a pre-social media era helped fuel a fertile Chicago ecosystem for offbeat stand-up comedians.


Review: Some Problems With Contemporary Ballet

Philadelphia’s BalletX, a company dedicated to presenting new works, falters with a triple bill at the Joyce Theater in Manhattan.


Jorja Smith Puts a Beat Behind Mixed Emotions on ‘Falling or Flying’

The English songwriter uses vocal nuance instead of volume and lets the rhythms stir things up on her second studio album.