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And one side won. By Jonathan Chait
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Sandy poses complications for Michael Bloomberg’s legacy. Opportunities too. By Chris Smith
Where the storm never ends, anarchy reigns, and people find their own ways to survive. By Mark Jacobson
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Gaonnuri, in a 39th-floor aerie overlooking the Empire State Building, aims to raise the bar on your standard Koreatown joint.
Scent alone—sweet and floral and uncannily pervasive—is reason enough to seek out the quince.
On the fourth Thursday of November, the turkey isn't all that needs lubricating.
Lincoln's First Lady spent a decade getting into character.
How Jerry Saltz came to embrace Richard Artschwager's weirdness.
Esa-Pekka Salonen makes old forms like concertos and symphonies sound fresh again.
Andrew Solomon on raising kids—and consciousness.
Keira Knightley and Joe Wright show their work in the overstylized Anna Karenina.
Following the inevitable letdown of Election Night, we point our anticipation to the rest of this year’s expectation-encumbered entertainment.
Having planted his bourbon-and-barbecue flag in Cobble Hill, Char No. 4 owner Sean Josephs is expanding to Manhattan with Maysville.
Readers sound off on Hurricane Sandy, and more.
Our deliberately oversimplified guide to who falls where on our taste hierarchies.
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