New York City as you’ve never seen it before — from directly overhead. Photographs by Humza Deas
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This little Midwest town wanted to help Somali refugees. Some Infowars-reading neighbors had another plan.
Focusing on “sex panic” misses the point: It’s about work.
Miguel, who’s bridging baby-maker hits and wokeness.
The Mueller investigation is in mortal danger.
The director goes microscopic.
With help from Luke Wilson.
Damien Hirst recaps his polarizing show.
Including Call Me by Your Name, BPM, and Valerian.
Matt Zoller Seitz chooses his favorite TV shows of the year.
Including titles by Percival Everett, Patricia Lockwood, and Elif Batuman.
Artists from Kara Walker to Jonathan Horowitz address the Trump era with fire and fury.
Craig Jenkins chooses his favorite albums of the year.
Shows that eschewed the great thematic temptations of 2017 and instead found transcendence in the execution of a deeply personal vision.
Phantom Thread underscores the great tragedy of Daniel Day-Lewis’s retirement.
The Post is a perfectly timed, crackling newspaper movie — and a Meryl Streep showcase.
Jessica Chastain and Aaron Sorkin make Molly’s Game a rouser.
Twenty-five things to see, hear, watch, and read.
Off-the-wall floral designs.
Readers sound off on Jen Gann’s essay about her son, Dudley, who has cystic fibrosis and football’s future.
Our deliberately oversimplified guide to who falls where on our taste hierarchies. Mouse over or tap the image for related links.
“This Thing’s Incredible”: Japanese nail clippers, a non-Soylent meal replacement, and more.
The student who wants to be New York’s top real-estate agent.
From a deconstructed Canada Goose to a meteorologist’s body suit, what makes them warm, stylish, or, ideally, both
A glass box in the living room.
At the Aviary’s New York hotel-lobby outpost, the magic is confined to the glass.
The trick to Ugly Baby’s addictive deep-fried sea bream.
What makes a simple chocolate bar a great gift? The stealth addition of olive oil, banana pulp, or halvah, for starters.
Queens Kickshaw is morphing into Ha’s Chinese Bar & Eatery.
Michael White protégé wants to change the way you think about shrimp scampi.
Fausto opens in Old Franny’s space.
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