Issey Miyake, designer known as the prince of pleats, dies at 84
The Japanese fashion designer was famous for his pleated designs and for making Steve Jobs's signature black turtlenecks.
Lamont Dozier, who helped define the Motown sound, dies at 81
He was part of a songwriting trio that churned out hit after hit in the 1960s, including “Heat Wave” and “Baby Love.”
‘Bodies Bodies Bodies’: A slasher with some surprisingly sharp satire
A group of rich 20-somethings gather to play a party game that turns deadly (and pretty funny at times).
Michael Mann’s ‘Heat’ gets a sequel — in novel form
That “Heat” is plotted as tightly as a Swiss watch makes the shapelessness of this follow-up all the harder to forgive.
From the wires
Prime-time network, cable viewership for the week of Aug. 1
The NFL’s Hall of Fame Game was among last week’s top-rated shows
Anne Heche in critical condition, on ventilator after crash
Actor Anne Heche remains hospitalized and on a ventilator to help her breathe, four days after she was injured in a fiery car crash
New York Film Festival sets lineup for 60th edition
The New York Film Festival will celebrate its 60th anniversary with a robust 32-film main slate and a number of hometown tales, including James Gray’s Queens coming-of-age drama “Armageddon Time” and Laura Poitras’ documentary “All the Beauty and the Bloodshed,” about artist Nan Goldin’s battle against the Sackler family
United States returns looted Bronze Age treasures to Cambodia
The 30 looted Cambodian artifacts were sold by antiquities dealer Douglas Latchford and other illegal networks to U.S. museums.
What to watch on Tuesday: ‘Password’ reboot premieres on NBC
Tuesday, Aug. 9, 2022 I "I Just Killed My Dad" miniseries airs on Netflix.
Roger Mosley, the chopper pilot T.C. on ‘Magnum, P.I.,’ dies at 83
He starred opposite Tom Selleck on “Magnum, P.I.,” the hit crime drama, and was praised for playing the musical title character in Gordon Parks's "Leadbelly."
John Travolta, Dionne Warwick and more remember Olivia Newton-John
Celebrities, former co-stars and fans paid tribute to Olivia Newton-John, the Australian actress and pop singer who died Monday at 73.
Remembering Olivia Newton-John's music, iconic 'Grease' role
Singer and actress Olivia Newton-John, who reached super-stardom in 1978 for playing Sandy in “Grease,” died on Aug. 8.
Olivia Newton-John, pop singer and ‘Grease’ star, dies at 73
The sugar-sweet performer with a string of No. 1 hits was also an advocate for cancer research.
New musical version of ‘The Devil Wears Prada’ trips on the runway
A Chicago tryout for the stage adaptation, featuring songs by Elton John, needs decidedly more zhoozh.
David McCullough, master chronicler of American history, dies at 89
The two-time winner of the Pulitzer Prize was a master storyteller who brought to life the grand sweep of time and place.
Church’s altered ‘Hamilton’ is followed by sermon comparing homosexuality to addiction
An edited version of the hit show produced by the Door McAllen church in Texas did not get the blessing of the Broadway musical's creators, a “Hamilton” spokesperson told The Washington Post.
‘Queen of Glory’: A child of Ghanaian immigrants at sea in the Bronx
Nana Mensah wrote, directed and stars in a New York story about reconnecting with your roots.
What to watch on Monday: ‘Team Zenko Go’ returns to Netflix
Monday, Aug. 8, 2022 I Season 4 of "sMothered" airs on TLC.
Gil Shaham, the NSO and Mother Nature take Wolf Trap by storm
Russian American conductor Lidiya Yankovskaya joined the National Symphony Orchestra for a muggy evening of Smetana, Tchaikovsky and Dvorak.
Charli XCX returns to pop-rave roots with extravaganza at the Anthem
The singer-songwriter entered her own realm during the final date of the U.S. tour in support of this year’s “Crash.”
At the Renwick Gallery, craft that captures our polarized times
The Renwick Gallery's 'This Present Moment,' a major survey of contemporary craft, engages today's cultures on every front
James Morosini was catfished by his father. He turned it into a film.
The ink-black comedy "I Love My Dad” showcases Morosini’s affinity for screenplays with “a taboo embedded in them.”