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The country Joe Biden will lead, as the pandemic wanes and as the economy recovers, is going to require major social catharsis — and he needs to ensure that the arts are still there to provide it, our critic @jsf  writes.

Simon Rattle, whose return to Britain to lead the London Symphony Orchestra was met with fanfare, is leaving to take the helm of the Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra in Germany

Our dance critic talked to the actor Mads Mikkelsen about "Another Round" and his first career — as a dancer

Naomi Beckwith will become the Guggenheim's first Black deputy director and chief curator, replacing Nancy Spector, who left three months ago. Ms. Beckwith said her mission includes bringing "greater diversity to museum collections and exhibitions.”

Celebrate Martin Luther King Jr.'s birthday, prepare for Inauguration Day and check out virtual exhibits

"We were right there, like two seconds away from the finish line, and behind us were the Ramones, Kiss, the Dictators and Blondie, and the list goes on. Then we fell and broke our leg."

When President Barack Obama gave his farewell address, he walked off the stage to Bruce Springsteen’s “Land of Hope and Dreams.” So it was a bit of circle-closing that Mr. Springsteen performed the song to open “Celebrating America,” our critic writes.

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BTS is funding a new series of global arts projects, featuring 22 artists including Antony Gormley

The K-pop group BTS ended its Love Yourself tour with its first United States stadium show, a demonstration of precise pop showmanship and fan devotion

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As the K-pop boy band BTS’s popularity grows, so does the demand for translations of the group’s songs, social media posts and interviews

Shawn Mendes got his first guitar at age 14, a major-label record deal at 15 and his first No. 1 album at 16

Two former students of an acting school that James Franco helped create say the now-defunct program was a scheme to provide him and his male collaborators with a pool of young female performers that they could take advantage of

A new kind of pop star stormed 2018: How the dominance of streaming (and the power of hip-hop) pushed BTS, Bad Bunny and Cardi B to the next level

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Breaking: Beyonce's "Lemonade" is coming to iTunes at midnight

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