The precocious coder, hacker visionary, and “pirate” was already a tech legend by the time he’d turned 17.
As her new documentary reminds us, pop’s reigning overachiever is at her best when she’s wrestling with that very identity.
Icing cakes (after wearing them) with Hollywood’s best-dressed 14-year-old, Elle Fanning.
Talking John Galliano, First Ladies, and the past with Oscar de la Renta.
At 18, photographer Olivia Bee makes Ryan McGinley seem like he was a late bloomer.
How did one astrologer become the go-to guru for New York’s fashion set?
“Macho fashion editor”isn’t a contradiction in terms, as Parisian Olivier Zahm proves.
A breakdown of this spring’s styles, including its two signature colors in tiny patterns, bold shapes, and referee stripes.
The go-to Every nerd recasts himself as a playwright.
Kathryn Schulz on Amity Gaige’s novel Schroder.
At Carnegie Hall, two peeks into the slow-cooking—and often stymied—genius of Osvaldo Golijov.
Beautiful Creatures has handsy teen witches but not much punch.
What’s a word worth in the topsy-turvy economics of today’s content-providing business?
Jon Favreau’s most enduring riffs.
Our roundup of news from around the city.
The former Mos Def has artsy beef with the court of Jay-Z.
Over dinner at Acme, the busiest, glitziest side of the clan explains how it came to be.
Starting next weekend, Murray’s Cheese Bar launches brunch service.
This Armani tote is crafted from 120 separate pieces by seven Italian artisans in a three-day process.
“I was wearing skinny jeans and had a hi-top fade before it was trendy.”
Salvation Taco takes delicious liberties.
Some of the best cold-weather eating involves heirloom beans.
What to eat at Nightingale 9, bringing Vietnamese sandwiches and Hanoi-style turnovers to Carroll Gardens.
Suba and Boqueria vet Yann de Rochefort opens Manzanilla in Flatiron.
Finally, an Italian-inspired, American-made stout that pairs well with a slice.
Chefs ask diners to face their food.
Readers sound off on Ed Koch, the Republican Party, and more.
Our deliberately oversimplified guide to who falls where on our taste hierarchies.
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