Charlamagne, hip-hop’s interrogator par excellence.
In the battle between killer orcas and killer suits, the whales, at last, have won.
O.J.: Made in America is going to blow your mind.
Beyoncé’s chosen ones.
New Girl creator Liz Meriwether recalls the making of the Prince episode.
An everything guide to the festival city: what Cannois are talking about (rats, Russians) and where to get a 3 a.m. blowout.
Another tall building, another fight over a skyscraper’s share of light.
She made the leap from drama to comedy — now she’s pushing to make women’s roles just as funny as men’s. Funnier, even.
The cast and creative team relive the rise of a musical that changed Broadway.
The writer’s new novel houses all his ghosts.
Let’s ask Kit Harington.
Shuffle Along is a gorgeously staged, life-changing show.
Lemonade proves Beyoncé, at her peak, is still finding ways to grow.
Captain America: Civil War is a busy — but uninventive — blockbuster.
Love & Friendship is a treat.
Twenty-five things to see, hear, watch, and read.
High-tech meets couture tradition in the painstaking construction of one elaborate dress.
Readers sound off on whether James Franco is an artist, Megyn Kelly’s meeting with Donald Trump, and more.
Our deliberately oversimplified guide to who falls where on our taste hierarchies.
A Tesla showroom, modern dustpans, and more new stuff in New York stores.
The retired stagehand who sold newspapers as a kid.
A possibly controversial ranking of the city’s dingiest, gnarliest, most glorious bars.
Té Company offers stunning seasonal small plates, and Archestratus Books & Foods is a functioning bookstore with Sicilian Grandma cooking.
A triple–pork salteña modeled after a stew.
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