250,000 protesters in the streets? No problem, says the NYPD. Terrorists? Now, that’s something to worry about.
Steven Klein puts Brad Pitt in a straitjacket and bloodies Justin Timberlake’s nose.
Ducks’ tongues, corn smut, goats’ heads—some call these things disgusting. New York restaurants, increasingly, call them delicacies.
Readers sound off on The Restaurant feud, Andrea Peyser’s sharp tongue, subletting and more.
Will Bloomberg end up taking the heat for the closing of our beaches this summer?
Changing your routine to avoid the ex, his wife refuses to get a cell phone and what to do with a ballooning boyfriend.
The waistland: In a supersize world, the small guys finish last
Sony speakers, Diesel watches, and more—all in brilliant blue
Fabulous buffalo-horn frames, made by hand.
Some New York–savvy friends are visiting this spring, and I’m trying to think of new things to do.
With cool details like drawstrings, pleats, pinstripes, and lobsters, these men’s khakis work for casual Friday or a night on the town.
A tie-dye dress from H&M
Restoring Alexander Hamilton and New York’s place in America’s creation story
Wolfgang Petersen’s Troy—an epic tale at war with itself
Caroline, or Change grows smaller the second time around
Technique and mystique in a Lucian Freud exhibit
The New York Botanical Garden gets a brilliant makeover
A masterful Mirandolina; Dvorák’s Rusalka returns to the Met
PBS looks at ruins, contemporary and historic; Disney does A Wrinkle in Time
Mas brings a tasteful touch of Provence to the Village
Woody Allen, Barry Volpert, Arthur Miller, Stephen King, David Granger, Tom Colicchio, Jeff Klein, Ann Richards and more.
Mark Jacobson on how rock’s latest unholy alliance has reopened the old Beatles–Rolling Stones divide.
Adderall is the new recreational Ritalin. But is it safe?
Henry Blodget on the simultaneous rise (Google) and fall (Frank Quattrone) of Internet investing.
A new smut-splicing DVD player may create plot holes.
Outsider musicians Stephin Merritt and Sufjan Stevens survey the world of mainstream pop.
Al Gore just bought a cable network to start a youth news channel. If you had your own network, what would you put on it?
Restaurant openings this week include: Westville East, Soho Cantina, Neptune Room, Aqua, Bettola, Jabz Joint and Mix It.
New on DVD this week: The Fog of War, In America, The Jetsons: The Complete First Season, Love! Valour! Compassion! and more.
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