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Aaron Paul, on returning as Breaking Bad’s Jesse Pinkman.
Matt Gaffney’s latest puzzle.
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A beard-and-mustache competition on Coney Island.
The stagecraft of Mark Lee’s bicoastal retirement.
Hometown Barbecue’s Billy Durney has designed his new venture as a tribute to the intimate corner taverns of his youth.
Orchard Grocer’s vegan breakfast sandwich is pretty close to what you’d find in your classic bacon–scrambled-egg–and–cheese.
The dough pros behind F&F Pizzeria.
A new MoMA and what it means for the movement it was built on
Brittany Howard’s visionary solo debut.
Transparent’s absolution, set to song
Joker, a new incel anthem.
The Masked Singer is pure escapism, but you might think you’re losing your mind.
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