In 1924, Lidia Ivanova, George Balanchine’s “lost muse,” disappeared on the eve of their company’s first European tour. Was her death an accident?
For decades, first at Pantheon and then at the New Press, he was a lion of progressive publishing.
Kennedy’s presidency and assassination seem more elusive as the decades pass.
How did something as trivial as spam end up on the forefront of cyberwar?
Do our financial wizards, like vampires, leave no reflection in the mirror of art?
Real estate has become an extractive industry, mining the air for property.
How a choreographer’s love for the basic truths of the body has remained uncompromising.
Does John Gray counsel anything more than avoidance of the ideological excesses he scorns?