Dinner with the novelist, the book critic and “Myshkin, a 14-year-old female dachshund who is deaf but decidedly not mute.”
Arts & Culture
Thursday, April 25
Tuesday, April 23
Fifty years ago, a gay, cross-dressing, black singer named Jackie Shane scored a surprise radio hit. A few years later, he disappeared.
Monday, April 22
A trip to an uncompromising cattle ranch.
Sunday, April 21
The growth of an immersive universe that is “part game and part soap opera and part shadow economy.”
Friday, April 19
Why our old narratives about race and culture “just don’t fit anymore.”
On “Operation Bambi,” the secret plan to oust “Today” show co-host Ann Curry.
Thursday, April 18
A profile of the spy writer.
Wednesday, April 17
Tuesday, April 16
“J.Crew employees reveal themselves by the nakedness of their ankles. It’s as if the company’s uniform, ambiently dictated by Lyons, is enforced only from the knees down.”
Sunday, April 14
A drunken evening with the Primer and Upstream Color director.
Friday, April 12
A profile of Kehinde Wiley, a painter who inserts the “brown faces” that have historically been relegated to the background in Western art.