Is Israel creating a de facto Palestinian state by fencing off the West Bank and considering pulling back from some of its settlements there?
Unlikely moguls Fisher Stevens and John Penotti are nicer than the brothers Weinstein but just as passionate about making movies.
Etiquette with overexercisers, fending off“friendly” advances, and your girlfriend, the stripper
Readers sound off on the New York Awards, “The Place to Be,” and more.
The Democratic race is no longer about who wins—it’s about who’s the best at losing
Mayor Mike has launched a fresh political offensive (boccie, anyone?) to win back the hearts and minds of angry outer-borough voters.
On Super Bowl Sunday, there’s a spicy chicken wing out there for everyone—even the vegan in your life.
Done with Down and Dirty Pictures? Five more film volumes go into wide release.
From newsboy caps to custom-fitted fedoras, the J.J.Hat Center has everything you need to top off your look
Duct-tape wallets, a faux-croc pet carrier, and the adorable iPod mini
Some altitude to go with Williamsburg’s attitude.
Taking a chance on supercheap student haircuts
Deal of the Week: A nifty knockoff of a classic Naval chair
I’m having trouble finding gloves that fit me like—well, you know. Do any shops custom-make them?
In Touching the Void, what goes up must comedown—but at what cost?
How David Denby and Pete Rose’s oddly similar American dreams turned to nightmares
The Architecture of Loss is a powerful voice on the subject of family
A new photo show at ICP delves into the iconography ofrace
Deft violinist Joshua Bell indulges his sweet tooth at Lincoln Center
John Leonard reviews Shelter Dogs, Just Another Story, and more
Kanye West and the Glimmer Twins make musical history
Lucy Mexican Barbecue takes over at ABC
New this week: In the Cut, Capturing the Friedmans, and more.
Michael Moore gets all wet.
The Nets, a top Zagat’s pick, maybe even Miranda—what does Brooklyn need next?
Edwards and Kerry supporters rejoice, Deaniacs fret, and Gephardt backers get wooed.
Will the NRA be the Republicans’ next cruise ship?
On The Apprentice, Trump pulls off a feat to rival his follicles: He seems human.
The shock of other people’s balances.
New Customs rules have Brazilian models—and other foreign flyers—seeing red.
In her first novel, former film producer Elisabeth Robinson mixes Hollywood satire with personal tragedy.
Chelsea Market gets another niche-filling specialist: ecologically friendly cooking that doesn’t taste like burlap.
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