‘The Essex Serpent' Review: Claire Danes, the Disrupter
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The “Homeland” star returns as another headstrong force of nature in a Victorian monster story from Apple TV+.
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The Last Trip
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Estasi di Santa Teresa
Gian Lorenzo Bernini
Panasonic Goes Wide and Fast with the Lumix G 9mm f/1.7 for MFT
Panasonic has announced the large-aperture ultra-wide Lumix G Leica DG Summilux 9mm f/1.7 ASPH for Micro Four Thirds. The lens is manufactured under Leica's standards which the...
Doug Aitken Has an Eye for Dystopia
With a new solo show in New York, the Los Angeles-based artist recalls his early career and life during the pandemic.
Pavilion in Manhufe / Guilherme Machado Vaz
Matosinhos, Portugal Project Year: 2021 Photographs: José Campos Area: 256.0 m2
Why the Tonys Need an Award for Best Ensemble
Theater has always been a team sport. But this Covid-stalked Broadway season has made clear that a prize for the entire cast should be added.
"Tranquility of Spring" Textured Bluebonnet Painting by Niki Gulley
“Tranquility of Spring” ©2022 Niki Gulley 12" x 18" Textured Acrylic on Panel Painted on location, this beautiful, peaceful spot kept calling me back to capture it. Between the...
Cristin Milioti Finds Harmony in Fiona Apple and a Location Change
The “Palm Springs” actor talks about playing the object of adoration in her HBO Max series, “Made for Love,” and a few of the things she obsesses over herself.
Spring 2022 at Longwood Gardens in Pennsylvania
Design Guide: Endless Possibilities of Wooden Floor Layout Patterns
© Eduardo Souza Wooden floors bring warmth, personality and style to any interior space, whether old or new. Rustic and elegant, wood also has excellent thermal properties, a...
A Medusa Cel
What a great cel of Madame Medusa from The Rescuers. Milt Kahl was very concerned about how the final cels with his animation would turn out. In the end he was very happy with...
Return from the Mouth of Port