After the shooting, Gabby Giffords needed help to be herself—and her astronaut husband led the team.
In her race for Ted Kennedy’s old Senate seat, is Elizabeth Warren running against Scott Brown and Obama?
The roots of Grover Norquist’s ideas and style.
Could a missing ingredient hobble the mayor’s bold science-campus plan?
Bonding over cut-rate ads.
Our roundup of news from around the city.
Penn State’s anachronistic fans.
Taking a tour with the perfectionist designer of his new cabinet-of-curiosities boutique.
How a black- and-white silent French film, set in Hollywood in 1927, became the talk of the town.
Sherrie Levine’s retrospective turns a very cold eye on the gender dynamics of the art world.
Champagne and chicken potpie with Ellen Barkin—actress, mother, and indie-film producer.
The guy who paved paradise and put up a parking lot? It’s George Clooney, in The Descendants.
“Keep sweet,” sing the five wives of Nico Muhly’s opera Dark Sisters. If only I could.
At the Algonquin, talking Noël Coward with Kim Cattrall.
The show is, at its core, an exercise in youthful exuberance.
Nina Arianda once again lives up to her growing and richly deserved legend.
Ray Kelly has had a remarkable run as NYPD commissioner—but now the problems are piling up.
As long as there is wine, there will be attempts to demystify it.
A ceviche bar from the “Jean-Georges of Peru.”
Nantucket Bay scallops are prized for their tender, velvety texture and refined flavor.
There are still plenty of ways to buy on the cheap—if you qualify.
Readers sound off on Ashkenazi Jews, Elisabeth Murdoch, and more.
Our deliberately oversimplified guide to who falls where on our taste hierarchies.
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