As some disgraced men plot their comebacks, 17 women talk about being left behind by #MeToo.
The man who changed how New York deals with the violent mentally ill may — once he’s out of prison — benefit from the very law he inspired.
John J. Lennon
Congressional Republicans don’t even pretend to stand up to Trump anymore.
Letitia James, battling to be state attorney general.
Judith Giuliani on the Rudy she married, and the Rudy she’s divorcing.
Readers sound off on David Hogg after Parkland, Tessa Thompson, and more.
Our deliberately oversimplified guide to who falls where on our taste hierarchies.
The best movies, TV shows, pop albums, books, and more to look forward to this fall.
But never quirky.
The most exciting new stores opening in New York this fall.
A classic Sixties spread in Gramercy.
A Gilded Age bedroom that still smells like 1893.
A Park Avenue apartment where Mark Hampton left his mark.
A Soho loft that still feels like a Soho loft.
A Harlem prewar stripped to its original state
Including Recreation, Benno, Pisellino, and more.
From tasting menus to chicken-katsu BLTs.
Missy Robbins’s pasta-centric follow-up to her Williamsburg smash hit.
Saint Julivert Fisherie tackles fish dishes of many nations.
Nick Morgenstern gets a space large enough for all his ice-cream ambitions.
Can Rhode Island’s grilled pizza make it in New York?
She’s going occult for Sabrina.
And he’s not playing it cool.
The Romanoffs, BoJack Horseman, Charmed, and more.
KiKi Layne is the star of Barry Jenkins’s Moonlight follow-up, If Beale Street Could Talk.
Claire Foy on playing Mrs. Neil Armstrong in First Man.
A Star Is Born, Suspiria, Boy Erased, and more.
With his sophomore album Bloom, the 23-year-old Australian is learning how to be genuine on a mass scale but also how to keep a little to himself.
From Paul McCartney, Cat Power, Yoko Ono, and more.
The 20th-century mystic and pioneering abstract painter finally gets taken seriously.
From Daniel Arsham, Carmen Herrera, Toyin Ojih Odutola, and more.
In Kenneth Lonergan’s The Waverly Gallery.
And being filled with anxiety.
The Ferryman, The Cher Show, To Kill a Mockingbird, and more.
Jonathan Lethem wrote his mystery novel The Feral Detective to beat his Trump blues.
From Gary Shteyngart, Bob Woodward, Michelle Obama, and more.
Including Emma Portner, Marnie, Twyla Tharp Dance, and more.
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