Live Like London’s A-List in This $36 Million ‘Family-Friendly’ Home
The home is expected to attract a lot of interest from families, particularly those with children attending The American School in London.
Rankin On Rankin: The Photographer Talks Portraiture, Career Longevity and Becoming a Celebrity Himself
It’s not about “the ego or the celebrity or the fame,” he says. “I’m trying to reach the person with the photography.”
Can ChatGPT Really Think Like a Human? Q&A With A.I. Scientist Dave Ferrucci
Computer scientist David Ferrucci explains why ChatGPT and Bard can sometimes feel just as smart as humans but are really not.
April Housing Sales Flat, Million Dollar Home Sales Plummeted
‘Right now, the way investors are reacting is the driving force.’
Darren Bader Wants to Sell His Artistic Identity—But Is That Legal?
Known for his pranks, Bader is offering up his own artistic identity for sale with a price tag in the “low seven” figures.
Zhang Yiming Gained His VC Experience at ByteDance
ByteDance made 58 investments with Zhang Yiming in charge.
Why Does Sam Altman Like Poland for OpenAI?
OpenAI is on shaky territory in Europe.
Sam Altman’s Startup Portfolio: 12 Companies Owned By the OpenAI CEO
The OpenAI CEO has backed nearly 100 startups. Here are his most notable investments.
Did Leo DiCaprio’s Former Art Advisor Exploit the Star’s Name?
Lisa Schiff, accused of running an art-market Ponzi scheme, leveraged DiCaprio’s name years after the actor cut ties.
Artist Kehinde Wiley Is Part of the NEA’s Second Major Funding Round of 2023
More than half of the National Endowment for the Arts’ funding is earmarked for state arts agencies.
Review: In ‘Primary Trust,’ Grief Is the Thing with Tiki Bars
Eboni Booth’s portrait of one man’s loneliness and the danger of coping mechanisms will restore your faith in theater’s elemental storytelling powers. And make you cry.
Rothschild Masterpieces Are Coming to Christie’s This Fall
The auction will be the first-ever North American sale of works belonging to the family.
Don’t Miss: Rhythm and Ritual in Dada Masilo’s ‘The Sacrifice’
If you can see only one dance performance in what’s left of spring, let this be it.
The Stylish Fisherman Sandals to Wear on Repeat This Season
From chunky lugsoles to minimalist flats, there’s a shoe for every style preference.
The Classic Hamptons Restaurant Guide
Get ready to sip rosé and dine out all summer long.
Inside a $75 Million Apartment With Unparalleled City Views
Agents tout its unique entertaining space as the selling point.
Stage, Screen, Speed and Sex: Joanne Woodward and Paul Newman’s Effects Come to Sotheby’s
Most of the lots feature items common in celebrity estate auctions, but then there’s Lot 171.
The Best Fashion Moments from the 2023 AmfAR Gala Cannes
See the most glamorous looks from the star-studded benefit.
More from Cannes: Delphine Deloget’s ‘All To Play For’
The film extends the director’s ongoing narrative inquiries into the plight of those without the intergenerational wealth and privilege.
Who to Watch: Lily Gladstone, Star of ‘Killers of the Flower Moon’
The actress has a massive year ahead of her thanks to her fantastic performance in Martin Scorsese’s ‘Killers of the Flower Moon’.
What to Watch on Streaming This Week: May 26-June 1
Stars like Sydney Sweeney, Harrison Ford, Arnold Schwarzenegger, and Cate Blanchett round out the must-watch movies and shows that this week has to offer.
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PR Power List Honor Roll 2023
Excellence in PR sometimes takes the form of a firm dedicated to a particular sector. Here is the 2023 PR Power List Honor Roll, recognizing specialist firms.
PR Power Rising Stars 2023
The PR business is constantly recruiting new talent, and the nature of media is that the best of the younger staff end up informing and reforming their firms. Here are this year’s rising stars.
The PR Power List 2023
2022 was yet another year of waiting for a “return to normal” that never entirely arrived. But the best agencies are the ones that can ride out change and take advantage of even adverse times. Here are the 25 best PR agencies in the United States right now.
15 Men’s Denim Jackets for Every Season
We’ve handpicked the top denim jackets, each deserving of a prized spot in your closet.
Media Execs Can’t Agree On the Future of Sports
Bob Iger: Streaming’s biggest fan.
This Stylist’s Polaroids Showcase 90s Arthouse Stars in Glamorous, Glittery, Gory Glory
Working on the sets of 90s cult classics gave Jason Rail comprehensive access to the breakout stars of the era. He brought his camera.
Market Volatility to Increase Closer to Debt Ceiling Deadline
The bond market is showing more signs of strain and concern.
Screening at Cannes: Todd Haynes’ ‘May December’
“The reason this movie feels so dangerous is that people don’t know where anyone’s boundaries are,” said co-star Julianne Moore. “And it feels scary.”
Kara Walker Tapped by SFMOMA for a Large-Scale Installation
Walker’s newest commission will follow her large-scale sculptures at the Domino Sugar Refinery and for the Tate Modern.
Samuel Ross’ New Exhibition ‘COARSE’ Is Anything But
Ross creates worlds within worlds, and social codes inform his art as much as they do his designs.
The Very Best White Jeans to Wear Now
Whether you wear them year-round or subscribe to a strictly summer philosophy, white denim is a true wardrobe staple.
‘You Hurt My Feelings’ Review: The Problems of Everyday Life, Perfectly Played
Julia Louis-Dreyfus is pitch perfect and hilariously relatable in this Nicole Holofcener film about a marriage strained by a white lie that suddenly becomes not so little.
The Ultimate Charleston Travel Guide
This is the insider’s guide to the charming Southern city.
Who Said What at Google’s Advertising Exhibition
Advertisers applauded—uncommon in presentations of this nature.
Jay-Z Backed Fanatics Expands into the Auction World With Its PCWW Acquisition
The sports memorabilia company has been rapidly expanding into collectibles and sports betting.
Laurence des Cars and Katherine E. Fleming Talk Shop at Villa Albertine’s Museum Series
The Louvre and Getty heads discussed sexism, censorship and the responsibility of museums in a wide-ranging discussion.
Comcast’s David Watson Unveils ‘Now TV’ at JP Morgan Conference
‘A great starter video service, priced attractively, but still financially accretive.’
How Do You Solve a Problem Like the 2023 Tony Awards?
Oscar Winner Ariana DeBose is still slated to host, but with the changes, we don’t yet know in what capacity.
The Best Father’s Day Wellness Gifts for the Fitness-Loving Dad
From laid-back athleisure to an at-home reformer, this is the ultimate Father’s Day wellness gift guide.
Meet the New Art Museum Directors Building Connection Through Curated Experiences
According to Director of Interpretation Abram Jackson, his role is to provide visitors with everything they need to to ‘unlock their own interpretation.’
Billionaire’s Row Penthouse Offers 360-Degree Views for $130 Million
The listing claims the current owner, Saudi retail and real-estate tycoon Fawaz Al Hokair, has never lived in the apartment.
What to Watch on StreamingSee All
What to Watch on Streaming This Week: May 19-25
Stars like Michelle Yeoh, Seth Rogen, Hugh Jackman, and Carey Mulligan make their mark on streaming this week.
What to Watch on Streaming This Week: May 12-18
Period pieces ranging from 18th Century Russia to 2003 New York meet contemporary action, drama, and comedy on this week’s list.
What to Watch on Streaming This Week: May 5-11
Period dramas, an American adaptation, and some dystopian sci-fi make up the most interesting new titles on streaming this week.
‘The Little Mermaid’ Review: One of Disney’s Best Live-Action Reimaginings
It’s too long, and none of the new songs work. But Halle Bailey retains everything that was originally captivating about Ariel, and this new, more diverse ‘Little Mermaid’ offers much to fans old and young.
‘The Mother’ Is a Generic Bloodbath Glaringly Devoid of Originality
This forgettable action thriller is thoroughly derivative. Somebody did everything Jennifer Lopez does in this rehashed cinematic gumbo first, in better movies than ‘The Mother.’
‘Mercy’: Another Piece of Junk in the Current Parade of Forgettable Movies
The status of movies today is grim, and the future looks grimmer.