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It took 4 million years of evolution to perfect the human foot. But we’re wrecking it with every step we take.
The fastest-growing faith in America is no faith at all. And now some atheists think they need a church.
To build a Democratic future, Barack Obama needs to borrow from Bill Clinton’s past.
City Council funding fumble gives him a boost.
Have lunch with Les.
Lapham coughs up opinion.
Evan Rachel Wormwood.
Wishes to dance again.
The news that hordes of European tourists were propping up New York City’s economy came as no surprise to those who caught a glimpse of the German fellow cruising the streets last week in a late-model Popemobile.
A Clinton loyalist’s best-case scenario on the campaign’s final stretch.
What do ironworkers think about up there?
An SDS radical returns to Columbia, disappointed.
The fruits of the season are weeks from local harvest, but a good-looking bowl is a harbinger of tasty things to come.
"My dad’s very eccentric, but in a civilized way."
Someday, the neighborhood won’t just be culinarily and culturally rich— it’ll be subway convenient. But why wait for the MTA?
For four decades, a former synagogue on Hester Street has been a studio, living space, and renovation project for the artists Thomas Nozkowski and Joyce Robins.
Classic Hellenic on the Upper East Side.
Louisiana crawfish usually appear in late winter and are in season through June.
Tet is the most ambitious effort yet from Saigon-born Steven Duong.
Week of April 28, 2008: Savarona and Wildwood Barbeque.
By now Spanish-wine lovers have become familiar with white Txakoli. Much rarer is its lesser-known pink sibling, the Ameztoi Rubentis.
After having been buried under a fashionable flood of olive oil, butter is back in a big way
Madonna didn’t know where Malawi was. Now she’s out to save it.
The “contextualists” have it all wrong: Jean Nouvel’s beast is exactly what 53rd Street needs.
Errol Morris takes on Abu Ghraib. Plus: The problem with Judd Apatow.
The film festival’s greatest strength? NYC documentaries.
The Wachowski brothers’ Speed Racer puts more than a fresh coat of paint on the old anime series.
A Catered Affair tries to elevate itself by going grim.
A no-frills guide to five just-published first novels.
At the Chateau Marmont with Margaret B. Jones, L.A.’s memoirist of gang life.
Last week, the first season of Bravo’s deliciously nasty The Real Housewives of New York City ended much the same way it began, with dinner and savagery.
A collaboration between two superhot artists instantly looks dated.
Satyagraha’s rivers of sound convey an endless quest for enlightenment. Or they’re really tedious.
For kids and tired moms.
Readers sound off on Hillary Clinton, AIDS doctor Gabriel Torres, and more.
Findings from the streets, files, and hard drives of New York.
Our deliberately oversimplified guide to who falls where on our taste hierarchies.
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