For late-night hosts, the president is a gift, and a quandary.
A first draft of history, with punch lines.Compiled by Matthew Love
The new restaurateurs at the old space try something radical: actually paying attention to the food.
The Chinese export every rich and powerful person can get behind.
How much did Russia help President America First?
Who, with Prisoner out, is ready to guitar-shop
Was ’90s firebrand Camille Paglia an oracle?
What late night television looked like 30 years ago.
The novelist’s many selves, and many styles of writing.
Dune’s creative quicksand.
On the eve of a new season, the Weisberg brothers discuss why this Cold War-era potboiler feels current in a way they never could have foreseen.
It’s no surprise that Robert De Niro plays a prominent role in the exhibit “Martin Scorsese.”
Failure is part of the origin myth of New Journalism.
The maddeningly elusive but beautiful Personal Shopper.
I Called Him Morgan dazzles.
Tepid writing is Feud’s downfall.
Twenty-five things to see, hear, watch, and read.
A new book salutes a global style movement.
Readers sound off on John McCain, activism among professional athletes, and more.
Our deliberately oversimplified guide to who falls where on our taste hierarchies. Mouse over or tap the image for related links.
Beef-fat potatoes, transporting fish stew, and Indian egg toast.
Grown-up dancing, Elvis impersonators, and fancy fernet.
Where to find hefty sweatpants, alt Marimekko, and Bronx couture.
Long-lasting dahlias, bespoke lampshades, a cheesecake engraver, and more.
A beauty guide, including brow tints, IMAX workouts, and the drybar of hair color.
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