They’re empaths, peacemakers, negotiators — and an endangered species.
Beto O’Rourke says yes: Texas is a nonvoting state, not a red one.
Fortnite’s 125 million players.
America is under minority rule — let the majority rage.
Julia Salazar, New York’s other Latina DSA candidate.
Twenty-five things to see, hear, watch, and read.
Readers sound off on Barack Obama, Rikers Island, and more.
Our deliberately oversimplified guide to who falls where on our taste hierarchies.
For New York’s July 9–22, 2018, cover story, Jonathan Chait questions whether Trump has been influenced by a hostile foreign power for decades.
Summer’s anti-fashion trends.
Colorful glassware, a retro comic-book store, and a maximalist makeup pop-up.
The IT strategist who loves running and traveling.
Our annual review of the city’s best new cut-rate bites.
Nothing wrong with round, but the current pizzascape is all about rectangles.
Queens Night Market might be the New Yorkiest food fair of all.
A guide to the new Yunnanese, Hunanese, and more.
Advocating for women, and herself.
David Wojnarowicz at the Whitney is the perfect show for our time.
Batman and Catwoman’s long courtship.
Live at the Jimmy Awards.
Eighth Grade is a haunting portrait of adolescence.
Drake’s Scorpion is massive, but is he growing?
Sharp Objects is much more than a small-town murder mystery.
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