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The making, and marketing, of a 9-year-old meme machine.
Untangling how Trump profits from Putin.
Who works on every floor of the now-for-sale Chrysler Building?
Shaun King, Twitter’s loudest activist.
Readers sound off on Border Patrol, the rise of public radio’s Krista Tippett, and more.
Our deliberately oversimplified guide to who falls where on our taste hierarchies.
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Winter-weather street style.
New home décor in Soho, Japanese beauty on St Marks, and the Museum of the Dog.
The student who got radicalized in junior high.
The wellness aesthetic is spreading as fast as a flu.
Zyara and Vish are two pita-pocket-size spots offer warm greetings and great Middle Eastern grub.
10 Corso Como’s pasta struncatura outshines its humble origin story.
Golden Diner’s newfangled diner food with an Asian accent — but not a whole lot of it.
Llama-San will soon showcase an aspect of Peruvian gastronomy that’s seldom exported elsewhere: Nikkei cuisine.
A fast-casual approach to a different continental cuisine.
Scouting for clothes with the creator of TV’s funniest town.
Jim Carrey isn’t just a “celebrity artist.”
Tolkien ephemera at the Morgan.
Now featuring Velvet Buzzsaw and High Flying Bird.
Was Jack Nicholson better than Robert Redford?
What is True Detective, really?
The High Line has become a tunnel through glass towers.
M. Night Shyamalan’s Glass congeals on the screen.
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