On growing up and growing old in the film business, her father’s prolific career and equally prolific love life (and rough exit), and much more.
“The rules are the rules, but it’s just weird when you know someone. It’s just not right.”
Democratic donors search for their finance-friendly candidate.
North Bergen High’s Alien: The Play gets an encore, courtesy of Ridley Scott.
Columnist David Brooks, ever the intellectual tourist.
With or without Amazon, the tech makeover is coming to New York.
Readers sound off on the rise of “Mayor Pete” Buttigieg, a contested work by Leonardo da Vinci, and more.
Our deliberately oversimplified guide to who falls where on our taste hierarchies.
Matt Gaffney’s latest puzzle.
How a tip about a website making the rounds among Sarah Lawrence College alumni circles turned into the cover of New York’s April 29-May 12 issue.
The thingamajigs, whatnots, and objets Amy Sedaris can’t live without.
High-school track-and-field champs.
How best to find your new best friend, a rescue dog.
A chandelier’s path to ubiquity.
At new Korean hot-pot restaurant O:N, the appetizers nearly upstage the main event.
Mercado Little Spain’s cardenal is no ordinary pastry.
As scissors become part of the table setting, is the knife an endangered species?
At Lokanta, Orhan Yegen’s Turkish food is as good as ever.
At the Fulton, Jean-Georges Vongerichten sells seafood by the Seaport.
Megan Thee Stallion is 300 Entertainment’s first female rapper—and the second in her family.
Actually a short film–cum–music video and an album — we connect the dots.
David Milch’s HBO Western, back for a final bow
The gig economy backing a literal gig economy.
Sara Holdren on the elite eight of Broadway’s 2018–19 season.
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