Martha Graham revolutionized the art form of dance, and Appalachian Spring is one of her most iconic works. Her dance company performs her classic work, and premieres a new dance inspired by Copland’s famous score at Peak Performances. Roosevelt, New Jersey was a planned utopian community that became an artists’ colony. An exhibit at Morven Museum explores the town’s architectural and artistic legacy. We drop by the Morristown Festival of Books where 7, 000 visitors heard from writers including Rick Atkinson, Katherine Arden, S.A. Chakroborty, and Ibram X. Kendi. And photographer Phil Buehler explores the death of “mall culture,” focusing on the Wayne Hills Mall, built in 1973 and demolished in 2019.