Alexandre Buisse193 pagesArts & Ideas
Exploring North American Landscapes
Marc Muench337 pagesArts & Ideas
Uwe Skrzypczak460 pagesArts & Ideas
Digital Infrared Photography
Cyrill Harnischmacher190 pagesArts & Ideas
Low Budget Shooting
Cyrill Harnischmacher161 pagesArts & Ideas
Harald Mante343 pagesArts & Ideas
Linda Haverty Rugg302 pagesArts & Ideas
Mastering Canon EOS Flash Photography, 2nd Edition
NK Guy1,018 pagesArts & IdeasYoung AdultScience & Nature
Macro Photography for Gardeners and Nature Lovers
Alan L. Detrick176 pagesArts & IdeasHome & Garden
Glenn Rand, Chris Broughton, Amanda Quintenz-Fiedler407 pagesArts & Ideas
- Oct 3 20161 minute
With A Little Help, You Too Can Write A Young-Adult Novel
KIRSTEN SALYER THE BOOKS WE READ WHEN WE’RE young have a special sort of power: they can inspire us to be brave and resilient (Matilda by Roald Dahl), take us on thrilling adventures (Divergent by Veronica Roth) and even introduce us to tragedy (The
- Oct 1 20164 minutes
Man of the World
Shakespeare may never have left England, but he became the most global writer who ever lived.
- Nov 14 20161 minute
Todrick Hall From Youtube To Broadway
ELIMINATED ON AMERICAN IDOL, TODRICK HALL CAME OUT AS GAY AND FOUND FAME ONLINE—NOW HE’S LIVING HIS DREAM
- Oct 2 20164 minutes
The Art-History Straitjacket
An exhibition at the New Museum shows just how narrow our idea of art has become.
- Oct 1 20163 minutes
LIN-MANUEL MIRANDA, the 36-year-old creator of the hit musical, talks about trusting his instincts, the value of a vacation, and how he accidentally married the oldest form of entertainment with the newest form of social media.
- Oct 1 20161 minute
See Mumbai In A Day
On a business trip to India’s biggest city? Make sure to hit these hotspots.
- Aug 21 20164 minutes
The Persistence Of “Memory”
JESSE GREEN CATS MUSIC BY ANDREW LLOYD WEBBER. LYRICS INSPIRED BY T. S. ELIOT. NEIL SIMON THEATRE. CATS WAS ALWAYS DIVINELY SNARKABLE, beginning with its provenance. How could anyone look at the morally knotty and verbally profound oeuvre of T. S
- Sep 4 20161 minute
Our Book Critic’s 5 Most Anticipated
Christian Lorentzen’s got these bookmarked.
- Oct 1 20162 minutes
An Impressive John Hancock
ABOUT 10 YEARS AGO I stumbled upon a shoebox filled with junk that had been gathering dust in a closet since my dad’s death. I found an old slide rule, a really nice stapler—and four fountain pens. To my amazement, they worked almost as well as they
- Aug 7 20161 minute
Finding The Little Prince
The painstaking process of bringing a children’s classic to life.
- Aug 21 20162 minutes
The History Of Plot
Let’s start from the beginning (the Western beginning, anyway).
- Sep 15 20162 minutes
Why Estate Jewelry Is Sparkling
No longer considered Grandma’s leftovers, vintage and antique baubles are in high demand.
- Jul 18 20161 minute
212. Blank Verse Under A Big Sky
Radhika Jones Technically he’s not our bard, but you wouldn’t know it from the performances that light up the American landscape every summer. How did a playwright who died four years before the Pilgrims landed at Plymouth give rise to an annual tra
- Aug 7 20162 minutes
Becoming A Cats Cat
With Andrew Lloyd Webber’s deathless crowd-pleaser returning to Broadway, seven former cast members recall the strange experience of learning to play a singing, dancing feline.
- Sep 26 20162 minutes
Lady Gaga Returns to a Changed Mainstream That’s Moved On
SAM LANSKY LADY GAGA SURFACED AS A FULLY FORMED POP STAR IN THE summer of 2008, fusing ironclad hooks with a theater nerd’s avant-gardist sensibility. Her meta-narrative was all about celebrity, which is exactly what she became when a string of mons
- Jul 25 20161 minute
Javier Munoz Meet The New Hamilton!
A SCRAPPY (AND SEXY) NEW FOUNDING FATHER STEPS INTO THE BROADWAY SMASH—WITH AN INSPIRING SURVIVAL STORY
- May 1 20152 minutes
How Nature's Beauty Led This L.A. Art House To Blossom
Natural Curiosities creates wall art, furniture and other pieces sold to major retailers and the interior design trade.
- Feb 1 20152 minutes
Should Your Business Use One Font Only?
It's not just what you type, but how it looks when you type it.
- Oct 1 20163 minutes
Matic Zorman on where to find a rave and eat dormouse.
- Feb 1 20161 minute
The Artist Otherwise Known As An Entrepreneur
'Learn the rules like a pro so you can break them like an artist.' – Pablo Picasso
- Aug 1 20163 minutes
Never Let It Go
Novelists ask whether societies can rebound from tragedy—and live to forget.
- Sep 26 20161 minute
THE ACTRESS, 32, RETURNS AS JANE DOE IN THE NEW SEASON OF NBC’S BLINDSPOT
- Jul 4 20161 minute
Sutton Foster’s Vibrant N.Y.C. Penthouse
PEEK INSIDE THE CHEERFUL MANHATTAN CONDO, WHICH THE YOUNGER STAR CALLS ‘A SOPHISTICATED PLAYROOM’
- Oct 30 201616 minutes
Marina Abramovic At 70
The world’s most famous performance artist has outlasted her lovers and, she hopes, her critics.
- Aug 22 20163 minutes
Even With Baz Luhrmann Behind It, The Get Down Misses Too Many Beats
THE GET DOWN, NETFLIX’S NEW series about the birth of hip-hop, has an unlikely lead character, one who feels things too deeply to speak up. Besieged by the decay of 1977 New York City as envisioned by co-creators Baz Luhrmann and Stephen Adly Guirgis
- Sep 19 20161 minute
Fall Arts Preview Art
Richard Lacayo KERRY JAMES MARSHALL In works invested with a kind of madcap virtuosity, Marshall, 60, brings African-American lives vividly into the discourses of art history. One of the many things that make his paintings so smart is that Marshall
- Sep 18 20164 minutes
253 Minutes With … David Salle
The Tribeca painter turned Hamptons writer.
- Sep 4 20161 minute
Our Classical Critic’s 5 Most Anticipated
Justin Davidson puts his ear to the ground.
- Aug 29 20162 minutes
Elegy With A Side Of Applesauce
SARAH BEGLEY ADULTS TEND TO FRET about how kids will handle the death of a loved one. How much can they understand about permanence? What should they be told about the possibility of an afterlife? How will they move on? The children’s books that st
- Sep 4 20162 minutes
On returning to The Cherry Orchard.