How the Fyre Festival descended into chaos
The Fyre Festival was supposed to be a star studded luxury event in the Bahamas. Here's how it went very wrong.
 
Ambition and glamour in Washington Ballet’s ‘Balanchine, Ratmansky, Tharp’
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TV highlights: ‘American Gods’ premieres Sunday on Starz
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How exiting New Yorker cartoon editor Bob Mankoff views his legacy — in eight comic panels
(The Washington Post, April 28, 2017; 2:00 PM)
 
‘Endgame’ — a Turkish seaside noir by Ahmet Altan
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Late-night laughs: Trump's first 100 days
(The Washington Post, April 28, 2017; 1:16 PM)
 
Rooting for Rob and Sharon as ‘Catastrophe’s’ simmering crisis points reach a boil
(The Washington Post, April 28, 2017; 12:56 PM)
 
Jeffrey Lent’s ‘Before We Sleep’ follows the long shadow of war
(The Washington Post, April 28, 2017; 12:52 PM)
 
Brian Van Reet’s ‘Spoils’ moves fiction about the Iraq War into new territory
(The Washington Post, April 28, 2017; 12:14 PM)
 
Opera wants more realistic portrayals. But in casting, it’s all about the voice.
(The Washington Post, April 28, 2017; 10:52 AM)
 
As Bob Mankoff steps down as New Yorker’s cartoon editor, here are his favorite works
(The Washington Post, April 28, 2017; 6:00 AM)
 
In the galleries: A visual guide to a shrinking arts scene
(The Washington Post, April 27, 2017; 7:05 PM)
 
Netflix’s ‘Dear White People’ is even better than the movie
(The Washington Post, April 28, 2017; 7:00 AM)
 
Preservation board swats at Smithonian over development plans
(The Washington Post, April 28, 2017; 7:00 AM)
 
Dumbing down Shakespeare: Are Americans too intellectually lazy to appreciate his genius?
(The Washington Post, April 27, 2017; 5:58 PM)
 
The real Sam Shepard behind the man we think we know
(The Washington Post, April 27, 2017; 5:11 PM)
 
‘Borne’ is the latest dazzling novel from New Weird√ author extraordinaire Jeff VanderMeer
(The Washington Post, April 27, 2017; 3:49 PM)
 
DC Theater Friday: A ‘Three Sisters’ from Russia, with love and anguish
(The Washington Post, April 27, 2017; 3:36 PM)
 
To Moscow! Kennedy Center showcases an expert Russian ‘Three Sisters.’
(The Washington Post, April 27, 2017; 3:15 PM)
 
A reliably thunderous performance from D.C. jazz veteran Andrew White
(The Washington Post, April 27, 2017; 3:12 PM)
 
James Fenimore Cooper — not just your grandpa’s favorite author
(The Washington Post, April 27, 2017; 3:11 PM)
 
TV highlights: ‘Dear White People’ premieres on Netflix
(The Washington Post, April 27, 2017; 2:41 PM)
 
Jojo Moyes’s new novel, ‘The Horse Dancer,’ has a Dickensian spirit
(The Washington Post, April 27, 2017; 2:29 PM)
 
Urioste-Brown satisfy in thoughtful program
(The Washington Post, April 27, 2017; 12:23 PM)
 
Justice Ivanka? How ‘The Simpsons’ swiftly turned around a timely ‘Trump’s first 100 days’ spoof.
(The Washington Post, April 27, 2017; 12:01 PM)
 
Documentaries like ‘Casting JonBenet’ mix fact and fiction. That just makes them more honest.
(The Washington Post, April 28, 2017; 7:00 AM)
 
Starz’s stylish ‘American Gods’ is long on concept, but short on momentum
(The Washington Post, April 27, 2017; 10:20 AM)
 
Style Invitational Week 1225: The Ideas of March — give us slogans for the march of your choice
(The Washington Post, April 27, 2017; 9:47 AM)
 
New ‘Cars 3’ trailer reveals the light and dark of the aging athlete’s sports arc
(The Washington Post, April 27, 2017; 8:19 AM)
 
Here's how to haggle for the best price on a new car
(The Washington Post, April 26, 2017; 4:47 PM)
 
For Chiu, art is an experience, and it's okay to take that selfie
(The Washington Post, April 26, 2017; 3:26 PM)
 
Does Paula Hawkins’s new novel ‘Into the Water’ live up to the hype?
(The Washington Post, April 27, 2017; 10:00 AM)
 
A look at how Hollywood depicts female journalists. (Hint: It’s not always positive.)
(The Washington Post, April 27, 2017; 7:15 AM)
 
Jonathan Demme, who directed ‘Silence of the Lambs,’ ‘Philadelphia,’ dies at 73
(The Washington Post, April 26, 2017; 7:33 PM)
 
How ‘A Different World’ dealt with the L.A. riots and set the stage for a more political TV
(The Washington Post, April 27, 2017; 7:00 AM)
 
Yoga star Jessamyn Stanley talks about yoga myths
(The Washington Post, April 26, 2017; 6:36 PM)
 
‘The Stars Are Fire,’ by Anita Shreve, ignites history
(The Washington Post, April 26, 2017; 5:25 PM)
 
Yefim Bronfman, a pianist who lets the music speak for itself
(The Washington Post, April 26, 2017; 4:04 PM)
 
TV highlights: ‘The President Show’ premieres on Comedy Central
(The Washington Post, April 26, 2017; 2:50 PM)
 
From Manson to O.J.: A new exhibit spotlights the fading art of the courtroom sketch
(The Washington Post, April 26, 2017; 2:12 PM)