Review: Return of the Little Copter That Wowed in ‘Miss Saigon’

The singing scenery of “Miss Saigon” is back on Broadway, with political corrections and a newly proportioned cast.

yesterday, 3:00
Kris Jenner Pitching Animated Series on Kardashian Family Kris Jenner Pitching Animated Series on Kardashian Family

Kris Jenner is pitching a animated television series featuring cartoonie Kim, Khloe, Kylie and the rest of the fam. We've learned Kim had a meeting with Harvey Weinstein's company in L.A. earlier this month to pitch the show.   We're told "the…

yesterday, 9:00
Trilobites: Waking From Hibernation, the Hard Work of Spring Begins

Emerging from the torpor of winter means a busy spring for these bears, bees, bats and squirrels.

yesterday, 23:38
On Poetry: After Dylan’s Nobel, What Makes a Poet a Poet?

Months later, the response to Bob Dylan’s Nobel Prize remains mixed. Our poetry columnist weighs in.

yesterday, 5:00
Fiction: Stepping Out of the Shadow of a Boozy, Bookish Dad

In “The Barrowfields,” a debut novel by Philip Lewis, a son tries to come to terms with the weight of his family’s past.

yesterday, 12:00
Nonfiction: How a Scrap of Red Paper Enthralled a Century of Collectors

James Barron unveils the history of the most expensive stamp ever printed in “The One-Cent Magenta.”

yesterday, 12:00
The Shortlist: Irish Fiction

Three new works of Irish fiction by Jess Kidd, Caitriona Lally and John Toomey.

yesterday, 11:00
Letters to the Editor

Readers respond to “The Gestapo,” reading Proust and more.

yesterday, 11:00
Nonfiction: On the Trail With a Biographer Bringing Lost Lives to Light

“This Long Pursuit” puts us on the ground with the master biographer Richard Holmes and the elusive lives he inhabits.

yesterday, 10:00
Fiction: Stories of Fragmented Lives in the Emirates

Deepak Unnikrishnan’s story collection, “Temporary People,” riffs on the plight of South Asian guest workers in the Gulf states.

yesterday, 10:00