Was Queen’s ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ Originally ‘Mongolian Rhapsody’?
One of Freddie Mercury’s early drafts, which is being auctioned by Sotheby’s, shows that he crossed out “Mongolian” and substituted…Read More »
In ‘Fancy Bear Goes Phishing,’ Tales of Harmful Hacks
A new book by Scott J. Shapiro, a law and philosophy professor at Yale, examines breaches of cybersecurity and their…Read More »
In Cold War Berlin, an Affair Born of Chaos and Control
Jenny Erpenbeck’s novel “Kairos” folds intimations of German history and cultural memory into a torrid romance.Read More »
‘The Little Mermaid’ Review: The Renovations Are Only Skin Deep
Disney’s live-action remake, with Halle Bailey starring as Ariel and a diverse cast, is a dutiful corrective with noble intentions…Read More »
Tina Turner’s 11 Essential Songs
Turner, who died Wednesday at 83, went from R&B shouter to rock queen to pop superstar. Here are some of…Read More »
Wes Anderson’s ‘Asteroid City’: How Wessy Is It?
At the film’s Cannes premiere, the director’s customary cast, themes and even camera moves were all on display — well,…Read More »
Is ‘The Idol’ as Sleazy as HBO Says?
At Cannes, the sex-filled show is drawing plenty of controversy. That just means “we’re about to have the biggest show…Read More »
A Sanctuary for Psychedelic Art Opens in the Hudson Valley
The couple behind Entheon, an exhibition space on the grounds of a nonprofit organization, hopes to attract lovers of art…Read More »
How Scorsese, DiCaprio and De Niro Made ‘Killers of the Flower Moon’
In this true-life crime tale, they focused not on the investigators but on the evildoers, and made the Osage woman…Read More »
Dave Matthews Band’s Grown-Up View of Love and Dread
“Walk Around the Moon,” the group’s 10th album, faces troubles and searches for solace.Read More »