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The art of the sell, a half-century after Mad Men.
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Enjoy winning while you can, Mets fans.
A playwright who chooses her movies wisely.
Scenes from Scorsese’s open call for Carter-era clubgoers.
On the occasion of his 45th, and penultimate, book.
A fierce preservationist and a pro-development blogger debate.
Doctor Zhivago is an unintentional farce.
The total (fantastic) silliness of Something Rotten!
Airline Highway is mesmerizing, while The Visit marks the end of an era.
Avengers: Age of Ultron is a bloated sequel that doesn’t feel like one.
Twenty-five things to see, hear, watch, and read.
Why we’d rather wear pals’ clothes, and the true secret to maintaining adult friendships.
Readers sound off on avocados, the new Whitney, and more.
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A culture ‘zine turned brick-and-mortar emporium; four watering cans with elegant silhouettes.
Mothers show off some favorite accessories (spoiler: their kids).
Bright, appealing Santina transports you to Positano via Miami Beach.
8 a.m. ramen at Gotham West Market.
Say hello to Maple, the Momofuku-backed delivery app.
First look at Italian-leaning Faro, opening in Bushwick.
MP Taverna Williamsburg showcases its chef’s modern-Greek style.
What to eat at Virginia’s, an old-world bistro opening in Alphabet City.
From a rave on a Circle Line Cruiser to sky-high cocktails in midtown, how to drink debauched or civilized this spring.
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