Video-game designer Zoë Quinn survived an act of web revenge with world-altering implications.
The way she wielded power in Michigan is not working in D.C.
The Mayweather-McGregor fight brings sports’ awful side to the forefront.
Cazzie David, Larry’s daughter, who’d never ridden the subway before.
Nathan Myhrvold’s mosquito-annihilating dream.
T. J. Miller plays the provocateur.
Classical music needs new superfans. Nadia Sirota is doing her best to create them.
For more than 50 years, photographer Jean-Pierre Laffont has proved that in New York, you never know what you might see.
The writer Danzy Senna moved to California because New York felt like “a book party that never ended.” She doesn’t mean that in a good way.
Assemble a sketch-comedy troupe from scratch.
Taylor Sheridan is trying to fix movies.
In Detroit, Kathryn Bigelow once again takes on torture.
The Public’s Hamlet blurs audience and actors
Conversations With Friends’ perfectly modern naïvete.
Twenty-five things to see, hear, watch, and read.
Aubrey Plaza knows people want her to be mean to them.
Readers sound off on David Wallace-Wells’s cover story cataloguing the more dismal scenarios our planet faces.
Our deliberately oversimplified guide to who falls where on our taste hierarchies. Mouse over or tap the image for related links.
Snazzy bath mats, surfer swimwear in the Rockaways, and Brooklyn Flea debuts in Soho.
The Actor-Writer-Illustrator Who’s a Dinner-Theater Star.
The urban outdoor shower.
Atla is a Mexican restaurant designed for how New Yorkers eat now.
Popcorn-cheddar frico, the Friulian specialty of fried Montasio cheese at Public Kitchen.
Inspired by nostalgia for diner and steakhouse versions, some of today’s top chefs are reconceiving hash browns..
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