When everyone knows a murderer’s name, but no one will say.
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Setting the table for Trump’s impeachment.
The (almost) lost gay history of Brooklyn.
Comedian Rob Delaney, on the end of Catastrophe — and accepting true grief.
Readers sound off on the new Hudson Yards, the fake-ish feud between Macaulay Culkin and Devon Sawa, and more.
Our deliberately oversimplified guide to who falls where on our taste hierarchies.
Matt Gaffney’s latest puzzle.
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British boxers, plywood vases, and Thonet chairs.
A nonjudgmental gym, Portuguese soap, and a throwback manicure.
Unpasteurized sake, puppet-making, and rooftop soccer.
Monstera maintenance, not-hideous babyproofing, and banjo tune-ups.
Inside the gravitational pull of this season’s busiest playwright.
Broadway’s would-be hit is based on a YA sci-fi novel of suburban ennui — how could it miss?
As King Lear, Glenda Jackson conquers her Everest.
Superfan Tony Kushner and playwright Heidi Schreck amend the record.
Leaving Neverland is a chilling indictment of Michael Jackson’s legacy.
John Turturro gives one of his most soulful performances in Gloria Bell.
Hilarity, absurdity, and tragedy collide in Woman at War.
Six fierce, finely calibrated performances in Marys Seacole.
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