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Police in West Virginia have arrested a popular romance writer on drug charges following a traffic stop on Interstate 79
Kleber Mendonca Filho’s Cannes entry, “Bacurau,” is a feverish and violent Western about a rural Brazilian community defending itself from a hard-to-comprehend invasion
A French film titled “Les Miserables,” a Cannes Film Festival entry, gives a gritty, modern view of the Paris suburbs that were a setting for Victor Hugo’s classic novel
The musical “Hamilton” will end its more than three-year run in Chicago in January
After decades as a collector, the comedian fell in love with Australia’s native art.
‘I won’t forget’: Trump pardons former media mogul Conrad Black after saying he would remember his support
Russia’s Channel One TV has annulled the results of a popular TV talent show after uncovering evidence of fraud in its most recent competition that led to a landslide win for a pop star’s daughter
Koons effected in art what President Trump effected in politics: He choreographed a total collapse of the distinctions between achievement, fame, wealth, taste and success.
Everyone handles the hunger of homesickness differently.
“We make decisions together,” choreographer says of artists with and without disabilities.
Is Brexit a tragedy, a comedy — or is it too soon to tell
In “Slanted,” Simon Tam tells the story of a legal battle that ended up at the Supreme Court.
‘Charles Hinman: Structures, 1965-2014’ is the 86-year-old artist’s first D.C. retrospective.
Dennis Quaid stars in a manipulative melodrama about the human-canine connection.