Arts

What’s on TV Monday: The Great American Eclipse and ‘The Good Karma Hospital’

Today is all about the eclipse, and there’s a viewing option for almost anyone. Elsewhere, Acorn TV heads to India with an escapist medical melodrama.

What’s on TV Monday: The Great American Eclipse and ‘The Good Karma Hospital’

Today is all about the eclipse, and there’s a viewing option for almost anyone. Elsewhere, Acorn TV heads to India with an escapist medical melodrama.

Game of Thrones: ‘Game of Thrones’ Season 7, Episode 6: Seeing Is Believing

Sunday’s thrilling episode was largely about the various players learning the scale of their adversaries.

An Appraisal: For Jerry Lewis, Few Statuettes but Lots of Influence

The comic and filmmaker, who died Sunday, may not have collected many showbiz laurels, but his work shaped the comedians who came along after him.

James Murphy Wants to Justify LCD Soundsystem’s Existence (Again)

Six years after a dramatic farewell, the New York hipster rock star is back with a new album and an explanation.

Critic’s Notebook: We Need to Move, Not Destroy, Confederate Monuments

The art historian in a critic wants to preserve Confederate images in museums, not trash them. At a crime scene, you don’t destroy evidence.

Q. and A.: Tell Us 5 Things About Your Book: Patricia Williams Goes From Crime to Comedy

In her new memoir, “Rabbit,” the standup comedian tells how she overcame a young life of poverty and drug dealing to become a performer.

Review: In ‘Good Karma Hospital,’ Some Familiar TV Templates

In a new series on AcornTV about a doctor who leaves her life behind and moves to India, “Grey’s Anatomy” meets “The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel.”

Photographer Donates Thoreau-Inspired Artwork to the Morgan

Abelardo Morell’s “Thoreau: 40 Journals in Chronological Order” will go on view on Tuesday.

Jerry Lewis, Mercurial Comedian and Filmmaker, Dies at 91

Mr. Lewis rose to fame as Dean Martin’s comedy partner but went on to a major solo career with films like “The Bellboy” and “The Nutty Professor.”

‘Hitman’s Bodyguard’ is No. 1, as ‘Logan Lucky’ Disappoints

With “Logan Lucky,” Steven Soderbergh set out to prove that studios are too stuck in their marketing ways. His experiment fizzled, but he vowed to try again.

Critic’s Notebook: Encouraging Signs of Freshness at the Mostly Mozart Festival

Innovations that have enlivened offshoot programs at the Mostly Mozart festival in recent years infused some of the festival orchestra’s concerts.