Throughout the 2010s, she demonstrably shifted American culture, changing the way we understand fame and the internet.
Jonathan Van Meter
Talking reparations, Kaepernick, and the first black president with the writer who may be the definitive chronicler of racial politics in the 2010s.
Kevin Systrom talks truth, scale, and influencers.
Few American social movements shaped the 2010s as definitively as BLM, and few of its activists have proved to be as galvanizing as Mckesson.
Talking the dress, the dossier, and the next pivot to video with the CEO of the company that transformed digital media over the last decade.
Her novels speculated about lab-grown meat, environmental catastrophe, and the diminishment of reproductive autonomy. Does anything shock her anymore?
Following the president’s orders.
Taking the temperature of sexism in the Democratic primary.
“You have one new message from … Rudy Giuliani”
Matt Gaffney’s latest puzzle.
Readers sound off on what 2029 might look like, facial recognition technology, the future of self-managed abortion, and more.
Our deliberately oversimplified guide to who falls where on our taste hierarchies.
New York Magazine’s November 25-December 8, 2019 issue cover story looks back at the 2010s, speaking with Kim Kardashian, Kevin Systrom, and others.
ASMR headphones, modern chinoiserie, start-up long johns, and much more.
Luxurious long johns, Versace slippers, 500 pages of Rihanna, and much more.
Murano glassware, well-marbled wagyu, carry-on kayak, and much more.
The rise of Alexa Demie on Waves and Euphoria.
If you’re not prepared to have a high-camp sexual experience on Jesus’ birthday, Christmas and Chill is not for you.
Hellscapes on cardboard from Bill Traylor.
We welcomed Rita Moreno, Elisabeth Moss, cast reunions of Party Down and Community, and more to our photo studio.
Awarding Vulture’s first-ever honorary degree.
The Inheritance wobbles under its weight.
Noah Baumbach’s divorce story bubbles to the surface of Marriage Story.
FKA Twigs’s new siren songs.
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.
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