It was the end of more than 600 years of history. On Sunday evening, amid the cheers of fans and the bloody death throes of fighting bulls, Barcelona hosted its last-ever bullfight.
The Museum of Modern Art’s generous, even prodigal Willem de Kooning retrospective is the most ambitious show New York has seen in a long time.
I never thought I’d ever see these two together.
In a Bronx housing complex, doing good mixes with looking good.
Matt Zoller Seitz crawls into yesterday’s episode of Breaking Bad.
Also, Matt tells us why Boardwalk Empire has yet to discover its reason for being.
Wangari Maathai, the Kenyan environmentalist who started out by paying poor women a few shillings to plant trees and went on to become the first African woman to win a Nobel Peace Prize, died late on Sunday after battling cancer. She was 71.
An interview with Weekend director Andrew Haigh:
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