The “New York premium” has blocked the road ahead for every transit improvement imaginable.
“If we’re going to live in a social compact, we have to agree that we’re sometimes going to hurt each other.”
Trump’s permanent campaign is working.
Asia Kate Dillon, Hollywood’s most outspoken nonbinary actor.
The lure of Instagram’s Cheap Old Houses
Boycotts of Georgia will only make it redder
Readers sound off on climate change and the L.A. fires, Stacy Title’s battle with ALS, and more.
Our deliberately oversimplified guide to who falls where on our taste hierarchies.
Matt Gaffney’s latest puzzle.
A look inside the world of “incels” (involuntarily celibate men) who believe fixing their bone structure will fix their dating lives.
A gaudy, ’80s-style home aquarium.
Mimosas by the gallon at Woodland
Every size and budget.
A micro-guide to a new(ish) neighborhood(ish).
Thomas Keller’s TAK Room at Hudson Yards provides plenty of retro pleasure at a not-insignificant price.
Jiang Diner’s lamb shumai spotlights the inner Mongolian roots of a dim sum classic.
The Georgian cooking at Chelsea’s Chama Mama is gobsmackingly good.
A precisely jiggered blend of kitsch and finesse elevates the form.
“Every second of every day, I’m like, You guys let me on this set? You cuckoo.”
The Philip Roth bookstand outside of Zabar’s
“To have black and brown bodies on that red carpet — it’s a game-changer. Queer black men: They don’t make it [to Cannes]. Not like that.”
The Fresh Off the Boat star mines his past for Netflix.
From Jori Finkel’s new book: artists on the art that moves them
An extensive pop-culture guide on the 50th anniversary of the infamous Hollywood murders.
Give the Whitney Biennial a chance.
Tyler, the Creator — and his voice — take center stage on IGOR.
Octet is that rare, thrilling thing: a new musical that really does feel new.
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