With a new master plan for the GOP, Karl Rove is revving up for a comeback.
It’s about Professor Daryl Bem and his cheerful case for ESP.
Involuntary retirement can be a comfortable life of embezzlement-fueled opulence.
It’s fun to hyperanalyze moves like the Knicks’ trade for Carmelo Anthony.
Headlines spook an almost-victim.
Our roundup of news from around the city.
Accidental monuments to fizzier times.
The Grammy-winning hip-hop star has a sideline teaching at NYU.
For South Park’s Trey Parker and Matt Stone, a Broadway musical about Mormons may just be their highest artistic achievement yet.
A timelier measure of political worthiness.
Smart-set power couple talks cost-benefit analysis, sex.
High fashion has a new muse. And she is going to need someone to give her a ride home.
The modified medical mice of an esteemed but oft-overlooked New York institution.
The New York congressman says the threat of homegrown terrorism is on the rise and American Muslims aren’t doing enough to stop it.
Win Win’s heavyhearted comedy is near perfect, but the cast is flawless.
The erstwhile ear nibbler turned Animal Planet star visits one of his many pigeon coops and grabs a vegan lunch.
Iâd seen four shrinks in my life, and theyâd all dozed off mid-session. Was it themâ”or me? I went back to find out.
Readers sound off on Bernie Madoff, Karl Rove, and more.
Robin Williams speed-dials his first Broadway role.
Being the general manager of the Yankees is his dream job. So why does he seem to want out?
A charming documentary reveals his fashion roots.
The star of Two and a Half Men is on it, perhaps fatally so. And, for a moment, so were we.
After her dragon-slaying Alice, Mia Wasikowska goes goth as Jane Eyre.
will swenson becomes broadwayâs most virile âqueen.â
Readers sound off on Jessica Simpson, Sean Lennon, and more.
Our deliberately oversimplified guide to who falls where on our taste hierarchies.
It’ll be crowded, with as many as twelve Republicans, but Mike Huckabee is in some ways the best prepared.
Twelve delicious acts headlining a subway platform near you.
One sketchbook, 10,000 ways.
Will Swenson becomes Broadway’s most virile “queen.”
An excerpt from the introduction to Ben Ryder Howe’s new book.
Despite its loopy Philip K. Dick origins, The Adjustment Bureau is as bland as a gray cubicle.
A mood-boosting quilt, a week full of sales, and more.
“I like ingenuity.”
Down the rabbit hole to artist Meghan Boody’s tripped-out Tribeca wonderland.
An opulent Indian spot recalls the boom days of New York dining.
Turnips weren’t always an off-season locavore punch line.
The greatest thing since sliced bread? Sliced bread.
Opening in Astoria.
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