As more and more gay couples wed, more and more gay
couples are getting divorced. But dissolving
a same-sex union means confronting not just age-old
heartbreak but newfound legal trauma. By Jesse Green
On the Cover: Photograph by Tim Zaragoza/The Licensing Project. This page: David Bowie in London, 1972. Photograph by Masayoshi Sukita.
St. John’s fund-raiser Cecilia Chang spent decades ripping off the university to which she devoted her life. While on trial, she committed suicide—furious at what she saw as her superiors’ betrayal. After all, her ill-gotten gifts were lavished on them too. By Steve Fishman
For most of his life, the 75-year-old photographer was more concerned with following his swashbuckling whims than with carving out a serious legacy. Now, his wife is determined to lift him into a higher echelon of the art world—even, or especially, if it means alienating Beard’s old pals. By Robert Kolker
Here, some of the more creative ways that countries facing a baby drought have tried to intervene.
Will Hal Steinbrenner make it rain again in the Bronx?
Without being killed.
Our roundup of news from around the city.
Getting steamy with the scene-stealing author, as he plots Bored to Death, the movie.
A siphon coffeemaker, a neon crowbar, and more new stuff in stores.
“I learned I was pregnant a few weeks after I started working at Buy Buy Baby.”
At the Marrow, Harold Dieterle mines his two ancestral cuisines.
The pomelo's mild, sweet juice makes a nifty seasonal substitute for the grapefruit.
Two South Carolina food scholars rate the newest renditions of the suddenly ubiquitous dish.
Exploring the world of platonic urban cohabitation.
A new album after a decade in reclusion prompts the question: When Bowie was great, who was he exactly?
A particularly starry spring descends on Broadway.
On the set of TV’s The Americans.
Salman Rushdie, James Franco, and others size up Philip Roth.
Revisiting the 1913 Armory Show, 100 years on.
Mia Wasikowska gets revenge in Park Chan-wook’s chilly Stoker.
Edelstein on Jack the Giant Slayer: Fast, rousing, and blessedly brief.
Most of us have never heard of Henri Labrouste. But we live in his New York.
Zosia Mamet's Really Really, quite contrary.
Twenty-five things to see, hear, watch, and read.
Readers sound off on Elle Fanning, Aaron Swartz, and more.
Our deliberately oversimplified guide to who falls where on our taste hierarchies.
This week, New York unveils a new and expanded “Culture Pages.”
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