Monday, April 27, 2015
Four years after breaking ground, New York's much-loved Whitney Museum for American art reopens next Friday in a futuristic US$422 million (NT$12.96 billion) premises built by Italian architect Renzo Piano.
Some 3,000 people marched in a gay pride parade in Tokyo on Sunday as calls grow for Japan to legalize same-sex marriage after a lesbian couple held a symbolic wedding ceremony.
The epitome of the British sound two decades ago, Blur has made an unexpected return not with new takes on England but with inspiration from Asia.
A new tell-all book that details what led to Spanish King Juan Carlos giving up the throne would never have been published just a few years ago in a Spain still deferential to the royal family, experts said.
As she embarks on the last tour of a more than six-decade career that began in post-war Paris, iconic French singer Juliette Greco had some parting advice for young performers: "Learn to say no."
The Tribeca Film Festival ended with a bang: a special 25th anniversary screening of the Martin Scorsese gangster film "Goodfellas."
Sunday, April 26, 2015
Abercrombie & Fitch is saying goodbye to the shirtless beefcake models who greeted customers at its doors.
Actress Angelina Jolie pleaded with world powers Friday to help the millions of Syrian refugees, sharply criticizing the U.N. Security Council for being paralyzed by its division over Syria's four-year conflict.
Richard Corliss, the longtime film critic for Time magazine, has died after suffering a major stroke last week, the magazine said Friday. He was 71.