A year of pandemic restrictions has meant some friends are flush and others foundering.
The celebrated editor is ending his tenure at the helm of a very different newspaper than the one he originally signed on to run.
What’s with all the female literary characters who can’t stand themselves?
With echoes of Narnia, David Levithan’s “The Mysterious Disappearance of Aidan S.” flips the script on traditional portal fiction.
“Latinitas,” by Juliet Menéndez, introduces young readers to 40 Latina trailblazers, from the 17th century to the present, as children at play.
A new rule requiring a cooling-off period before a divorce could be granted led to an outcry, as well as a surge of applications to beat the deadline.
A self-taught photographer, he created indelible images on the sets of a French revolution in film, though he was not recognized for them for decades.
She believed that life for her people in America was an act of near-superhuman perseverance, and she was determined to capture that history in...
The archive of the Book Review is rich with fun and games.
Mohamed Hadid (father of Bella and Gigi) has been trying to build an enormous compound on one of the most popular hiking spots in the Los Angeles area. What could possibly go...
“All Creatures Great and Small” charmed viewers with its pastoral setting in Britain’s Yorkshire Dales. Here, the show’s production designer explains the eternal appeal...
Personal income and spending both surged in January as a new round of government checks hit Americans’ bank accounts.
Hear tracks by Pop Smoke, Jade Bird, Adrian Younge and others.
As the publication celebrates its 125th anniversary, Parul Sehgal, a staff critic and former editor at the Book Review, delves into the archives to critically examine its legacy in full.
Narc-narc, who’s there?
A personal finance columnist, a lawyer and an executive whose nonprofit works with cancer patients sound like siblings who would be prepared to deal with their dad’s...
A new documentary illuminates what the director calls an “unholy alliance” that sharply altered the Israeli-Palestinian conflict during the Trump administration.
One of the busiest choreographers in ballet is back in the studio, thanks to bubble protocols. “For what I do, and for the language I use, the stage is needed,” Ratmansky...
With “Minari,” Lee Isaac Chung tells a semi-autobiographical tale of growing up Korean-American in the heartland.
Mahani Teave, 38 and likely the only professional classical performer from the remote island, has released her first album.
The study, which the streaming giant commissioned, looked at films and TV series from 2018 and 2019.
Nearly 20 episodes in, the making-of video series is popular with viewers and artists alike, thanks to a collaborative team’s approach to breaking down a hit.
Advocates for tax-favored ABLE accounts have spread the word about the benefit of putting at least part of the pandemic relief check in one.
The bond markets are getting fussy.
Pilots diverted to an airport in Moscow after an indicator warned of a possible engine failure on the airplane, a week after engines failed on two other...
Selling digitally isn’t the same, most agree. But that doesn’t mean that bricks-and-mortar exhibition spaces will all return to how they were.
The administration’s proposed $1.9 trillion stimulus package may be too much for safety, an economist says.
While much has been made of tech’s unwillingness to work with the Pentagon, start-ups are still plumbing the industry’s decades-long ties to the military.
Sherry Turkle is best known for exploring the dysfunctional relationships between humans and their screens. She takes on a new focus — herself — in her memoir, “The Empathy Diaries.”
Sasha Jackson remembered passing by Stephen Small-Warner II on a New York subway car, but they didn’t officially meet until years later at Howard University. A collaboration soon began.
After engine debris from a Boeing 777-200 rained down on a Denver suburb, some fliers may want to know more about plane safety and maintenance. Here are some answers.