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Democrats, Leave the Racist Dog-Whistling to Republicans

Virginia's gubernatorial race demonstrates that just because Republicans campaign using fear and anger does not mean you should too.

Changing Ballet’s Perception Means Embracing Black Bodies

Misty Copeland may have cracked the mold. Now it needs to bust wide open.

Advertising Legend Helayne Spivak Talks Creativity, Relevance

A woman of a certain age on staying curious and getting out of your comfort zone.

Why Artists Should Sell Out

It's okay for artists to prioritize revenue. Really.

What Follows “Mad Men”? Mad Women

If you don’t see it, can it really be all that bad?

The Return of the Pocket Square

An accessory dating to 500 B. C. pops up again.

Polish Posters Play with Protest

Theater posters full of sexuality, humor and dramatic intensity.

When Free People, American Dance Fell On Their Faces

Inauthentic malarkey and ass-hat nonsense.

Play Clothes for Billionaires in NYT’s “T” Fashion Magazine

Unrealistic-to-ludicrous trends in men's fashion from the "Times."

Why Is a Tie a Pain in the Neck?

Saying no to the noose.

Tracey Emin Promises to Love You

For three minutes, at midnight, every night in February, in Times Square.

Entertation Index Nov. 12-23: Sticky (The) Situation

An Oscar for Fiona? Justin and Selena call it quits...again, American Chopper calls it a decade, and more.

Entertation Index, Oct. 29-Nov. 9: Cusack Does Rush

Lilo goes through publicists like Liz did husbands. Plus, a Baldwin, Ke$ha and more.

Entertation Index, October 15-26: Cursing on TV

Dish on Snoop, Tom Hanks, The Donald, perennial fave LiLo and more.

The Yes Men: Smearing Oil and Forcing “Identity Correction”

Political actions whose artistic elements are absolutely integrated with anti-corporate go

Broadway’s Serino Coyne Gets Down, Shakes Booty, Enters the Party Business

How do you score entree to all those parties, hm?

The Fox Forum Runs CFR Story: NBC and Bon Jovi —...

Fox runs the CFR's article: Is NBC's Artist-in-Residence deal with Bon Jovi but a euphemism for "multichannel promotional deal?"

What Does Being “Artist-in-Residence” for a TV Network Really Mean?

As NBC's "artist-in-residence," Jon Bon Jovi will appear exclusively on the network in many ways. When he guests on "Saturday Night Live," then, does that constitute product placement?