Todd Haynes’s adaptation of Patricia Highsmith’s novel reminds us how much of lesbian culture remains uncelebrated and unseen.
How one man’s face became another man’s face. A story about cutting-edge medicine and the mysteries of identity.
Can you still listen to his songs when you know what he’s been accused of?
In this year’s GOP primary, John Kasich’s reasonableness reads as radical.
Grown-up “It” girl Tara Subkoff and her husband, Urs Fischer.
Could Angelina Jolie — calm, capable, swaggering — be an alien?
Likability, for one thing, which is why Chris Pratt rose so high on our list.
How fair is it to judge a book by its opening? We’re doing it anyway.
Jerry Saltz on Charles Ray’s Huck and Jim.
Bob Odenkirk and David Cross explain how W/ Bob & David is and isn’t different from its predecessor.
The legendary choreographer tells how it’s done.
Tom Hooper’s The Danish Girl conventionalizes the story of a transgender pioneer.
Carol unfolds in a trance.
Grimes’s Art Angels is superhero music for introverts.
A severe production brings out the play’s inner toughness.
Twenty-five picks for the next two weeks.
Novelists styled as their favorite character — Sula, Tom Ripley.
Readers sound off on 100 women directors, Willie Nelson, and the suburbs most stoned neighborhood.
Our deliberately oversimplified guide to who falls where on our taste hierarchies.
Four festive carving knives; the SoulCycle of meditation.
Ric Ocasek and his penchant for olives.
A 465-square-foot Queens studio with Shanghai-meets-Hollywood flair.
Two veteran chefs expand their brands, with varying degrees of success.
Double-decker broccoli taco inspired by Taco Bell.
For those who dare to break the Thanksgiving-dessert stranglehold, a new array of options to finish your feast.
Should you drink it? If so, what kind? A guide to the newly controversial cereal complement.
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