A new restaurant in London’s vibrant neighborhood of Farringdon, Bird of Smithfield, offers a mix of British comfort food and steakhouse classics.
The Boy Scouts of America will now allow openly gay boys to join scouting troops, but will continue to exclude gay adults as leaders — a compromise that may satisfy no one.
If you are a betting person, you might want to keep an eye out for Uniqlo’s now familiar red square logo appearing on athletes in the future.
Shades of summer fruit are popping up everywhere. Here, warm pieces to mix and match for those first outdoor picnics.
The bride is the manager of business development at Foreign Affairs magazine; the groom is a specialist in Impressionist and modern art at Sotheby’s.
The bride is a dancer with the San Francisco Ballet; the groom is the director of data science at a Web site for short-term home and apartment rentals worldwide.
The bride is a sculptor; the groom owns an architectural firm.
The bride is a senior product manager at Macy’s; the groom is a documentary filmmaker, film editor and screenwriter.
In “The English Teacher,” Julianne Moore plays a high school teacher leading a solitary life who suddenly takes a chance on a former star pupil with artistic ambitions.
Alex Gibney’s new documentary, “We Steal Secrets: The Story of WikiLeaks,” traces the intertwined actions of Julian Assange and Pfc. Bradley Manning.
The New York Times critics on "Before Midnight," "Fill the Void" and "We Steal Secrets: The Story of Wikileaks."
Among the entries drawing attention at the Cannes Film Festival are Alexander Payne’s “Nebraska”; “Le Passé,” by Asghar Farhadi; and Lucía Puenzo’s “Wakolda.”