There is one, but it may just involve sulfur skies and a ton of massive carbon-hoovering machines.
The tools of tech can stop a workers’ revolution as surely as they can help start one.
The porta-potty king of New York City faces a threat to his throne.
David Gauvey Herbert
Do the Democrats have to tap their inner Robespierre in 2020?
Talking with ambassador nominee Lana Marks, who’s ready to ditch Palm Beach for Pretoria.
Readers sound off on the Catholic Church, Jill Abramson’s tenure at the New York Times, and more.
Our deliberately oversimplified guide to who falls where on our taste hierarchies.
How The Matrix predicted (almost) everything about 2019 two decades early.
Cutting out the middlemen in the rug trade.
Paper vases, Nest Fragrances opens a store, and custom suits in Boerum Hill.
The vintage maven who traded bloomers for acid wash.
Benno is technically precise, anti-fad, and refreshingly refined.
Augustine’s Viennese wedding soup is like a Middle European ramen.
Where to eat when you can’t get at table at Misi, Ho Foods, Frenchette, and Lucali.
The Ted Bundy Tapes examines an infamous serial killer, but finds only a horrifying void.
Arctic is grim, but worth watching.
Steven Soderbergh’s High Flying Bird is compelling despite its narrative flaws.
A True West that simmers instead of boiling over.
Our biweekly guide to what to see, hear, read, and watch in New York City. Plus, the best new releases in TV, movies, music, and more.
We thought we knew what to expect from a pop star, and then she came along.
Allison P. Davis
Simone Rocha explains, “You can be a tomboy, a girlie-girl, a lesbian, you can be this or that, but you’re still a bird.”
In fairness, he is a celebrity engagement-ring designer.
Barbie just can’t help herself.
Just don’t call him an influencer — he’s too cool for that.
Pleasing pairings dress their partners.
Andreas Laszlo Konrath
A popular Instagram account gets the luxury-brand treatment.
Oversize jackets: part David Byrne, part Hillary Clinton.
Opting out of a trend.
Lauren Underwood on surviving her first year in Congress.
Catherine Cohen on Frances Ha; Aparna Nancherla on the “Goat” headline; Gabriella Paiella on the catastrophic desire behind “run me over.”
Laundry day for nine.
Historical context for contemporary styles.
Portraits from dressing rooms around New York City.
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