The Anomalisa director on what went wrong with the movies, emotional puppet sex, and the terror of writing a novel.
A group of women working the strip clubs saw themselves as Robin Hoods: stealing from rich clients, giving to their poor own selves.
How the podcast scaled up from Adnan to Afghanistan.
The frightening death rattle of white male privilege.
Professional cowboys come to New York.
In an unusual visit to New York’s third-nicest conference room.
Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio are battling for the future of the GOP’s foreign policy.
After years spent building a successful post-X-Files career.
On keeping Oprah in business and countering the haters.
All the derivative dudes from Mick Jagger to St. Vincent.
A lesson for Leonardo DiCaprio.
On “The Art of Performance.”
The actor has plenty he’d rather discuss than Captain Kirk.
“We show female nudity every day on the show — let’s show male nudity.”
The Hateful Eight is rife with (unnecessary) gore.
Anomalisa is undiluted Charlie Kaufman.
What should a film score do?
Twenty-five things to see, hear, watch, and read.
A New Year’s feast for the eyes.
Readers sound off on reasons to love New York, Tracey “Africa” Norman, and more.
Our deliberately oversimplified guide to who falls where on our taste hierarchies.
Adam Platt on the best food in New York this minute, from Mission Chinese’s reboot to his favorite veggie burger.
Wooden standing desks, Swedish childrenswear, and more new stuff in New York stores.
The attorney with a 35-year bow-tie habit.
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