Ravi Shanker makes weekly pilgrimages to Chilkur Balaji temple outside Hyderabad, India, asking for a little help on a visa from an incarnation of Lord Vishnu.
New York art collector Richard Ekstract is one of the 40,000 revelers, wranglers and would-be aesthetes seeking the warmer latitudes of the ninth annual Art Basel Miami Beach art fair this week.
Ralph Fiennes makes his debut as a director at this year’s Berlin Film Festival with a modern-day setting for Shakespeare’s tragedy “Coriolanus.”
She was a wayward beauty with huge, soulful eyes, and the curmudgeon fell deeply in love with her. Now the story of a famously unruly German shepherd and her obsessive owner comes to the big screen, thanks to two acclaimed Philadelphia hermits.
Donna Murphy floated on stage in a purple gown and sang a million dollar version of Cole Porter’s “I Happen to Like New York.”
Billionaire David H. Koch earned degrees in chemical engineering at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology but fell in love with dance at the Boston Ballet.
Carol Alt subsisted on “an apple here, a carrot there.”
An Iranian drama about a couple whose marriage disintegrates swept three awards at the Berlin Film Festival.
New York Fashion Week ends today, leaving us with some quirky memories.