New York Times Arts

  1. Using voice memos, demos, texts and interviews, we reconstruct the wild ride of how Zedd, Maren Morris and a 23-year-old songwriter turned a few chords into an enormous hit.
  2. The married showrunners Lisa Joy and Jonathan Nolan talk about their science-fiction series, which returns Sunday night for its second season on HBO.
  3. The musician’s close associates, who were fiercely protective of him, said they had no inkling of his painkiller addiction until just before he died of an overdose in 2016.
  4. At 2 feet 8 inches, Mr. Troyer was a versatile actor who was widely recognizable from the movies he appeared in.
  5. Tim Bergling, who worked with pop stars like Madonna and Coldplay under the stage name Avicii, was found dead in Muscat, Oman.
  6. While performers who go from show to show embrace the identity, Actors’ Equity has decided that a ceremony celebrating them needs to be renamed.
  7. Bill Cosby’s lawyers presented travel records to suggest he was out of town for much of January 2004, but the documents did not cover the whole month.
  8. Lubaina Himid is using her enhanced influence to make galleries that show her work reach out and involve black artists around them.
  9. Mr. Acosta, the international ballet star, has started Acosta Danza, a Cuban contemporary-meets-ballet troupe that makes its U.S. debut this week.
  10. Dachshunds got their own museum this month in Passau, Germany. It’s only one of several art institutions around the world to honor our canine friends.

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