The Great American News Anchor is no different from the Great and Powerful Oz.
Ray Rice is very, very sorry.
Ernst Haas really knew his way around a Hollywood set.
Maybe outsourcing errands to an app will prove as liberating as a washing machine.
Five generations. Two presidents (and counting). And just about every elite profession you can name.
The still-working almost-99-year-old who introduced Danish Modern design to America.
Where every pose is child’s pose.
Can a new commissioner actually change baseball?
Harry Connick Jr. is bringing the music back to American Idol.
Alison Bechdel draws her path to Broadway.
Heidi Julavits contemplates mortality, unseriously.
A wordless twist on vintage ads of women.
When everybody pulls a Beyoncé: surprise-album fatigue.
The earthly pleasures of Clouds of Sils Maria.
Meredith Monk’s compelling weirdness.
Twenty-five things to see, hear, watch, and read.
What women look like now: signature grooming trends in Tel Aviv, London, and Seoul.
Readers sound off on New York “After Midnight,” Matt Harvey, and more.
Our deliberately oversimplified guide to who falls where on our taste hierarchies. Mouse over or tap the image for related links.
Acrylic tables, how to puff a pocket square, and more new stuff in New York stores.
The Upper West Sider who grew up in a traveling gospel band.
Spring travel advice from a Reykjavík booze-maker, a Roman burlesque dancer, and a Santiago chef.
The food is simple at the Polo Bar. Getting in’s the hard part.
Von Kava’s Smorgasburg tasting menu.
First look at Chevalier, a lavish new French spot.
What to eat at Dimes, relocating this month to a larger space.
Tex-Mex reaches its apotheosis at El Original.
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