The director talks sexism in Hollywood, Mel Gibson’s charm, and a brand-new kind of film heroine — the lazy kind.
Eight exonerated prisoners on their first (thrilling, terrifying) week out.
The GOP candidate upon whom he’ll bestow millions must be fervently pro-Israel. Which rules out no one.
Pope Francis’s wily political strategy.
And many, many pets. Elizabeth II is about to have ruled longer than Victoria.
A dance made famous on subway poles.
The writer and new Upper East Sider waits for Time Warner.
Lee Daniels’s rap Dynasty is the smartest business proposition on TV.
They still have some advantages that their newer counterparts don’t.
National Sawdust’s wild ambitions — artistic and financial — to shake up classical music’s business-as-usual.
Very expensive highlights from music-business memoirs.
The music business was a tangled web of partnerships, sales, and sell-offs.
Sleeping With Other People is a rare non-homogenized rom-com.
No movie has ever looked like Time Out of Mind.
Not all of Miley Cyrus & Her Dead Petz needed to exist.
Gary Indiana’s memoir is nostalgia-free.
Twenty-five things to see, hear, watch, and read.
Fashion’s predictions — beyond next season’s hemlines — rarely come true.
Readers sound off on Quentin Tarantino, Slender Man, and more.
Our deliberately oversimplified guide to who falls where on our taste hierarchies.
Four triangular (but singular) lamps; a Burberry-scarf bar comes to Soho.
A pro-throuple store planner.
Where to get mini-me portraits and just-for-you headphones.
A floating sculpture frames a minimalist family home.
Babu Ji brings Indian cooking to the East Village.
Mulino a Vino’s Pasta + Pomodoro².
Gui Lin Mi Fen brings a seldom-seen rice-noodle soup to Queens’ Chinatown.
A new kind of milk chocolate. And beer for locavores.
Wood-fired food: hot right now.
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