The annual omnibus of medical professionals, selected by their peers, for everything from your head (neurologists) to your toes (orthopedic surgeons).
Plus: Three hundred doctors on Obamacare, the solvency of their hospitals, and whether they’d choose this profession all over again; 3-D-printed body parts are within reach; can information theory revolutionize private health care?; a camera-wielding EMT records one shift of emergencies.
On the Cover: Illustration by Craig & Karl.
For some in today’s workplace, the traditional hierarchical structure (worker bee, supervisor, manager, ad infinitum) is a relic of the industrialized past. What the new experiments in the bossless office promise are greater motivation, creativity, and transparency. Plus: firings by committee. By Matthew Shaer
Ever since he was a little boy, Nelson Castro had political aspirations. What he likely didn’t dream of was wearing a wire for the government while representing the Bronx. By Steve Fishman
It’s a truth universally acknowledged in the Internet age that your mistakes will dog you online forever. Unless you pay someone to trick Google into serving up more palatable fare. By Graeme Wood
The sad fact for Samantha Power is that you can be a media intellectual or a government official, not both.
What makes leakers leak when the fallout is often swift and severe?
The gospel legend ices up her knee and dishes on the Obamas.
Our roundup of news from around the city.
Ten years ago, Alex Rodriguez’s career might have been ended by a steroid suspension. Today, fans are just hoping Bud Selig can get over his PED crusade.
A beach tote, a foldable cutting board, and more new stuff in stores.
“I met Sarah Jessica Parker during Fashion’s Night Out a few years ago and almost passed out.”
Modern art, squatter nightclubs, and duck bitterballen.
Summer sandals are really Roman.
The taco gets the Vongerichten treatment at ABC Cocina.
Collard greens are not as popular as its trendy cousin, kale, but they contain many of the same nutritional benefits.
Reconsidering the clam.
The beauty—and complexity and contradiction—of designing with a spouse.
... When you've got this? After every performance of Lucky Guy, swarms of Tom Hanks appreciators gather expectantly.
In eighties Hollywood, the larger-than-life former boy genius sings for his supper.
In no particular order, these are the movies, books, cuisines, and teachers that inspired him.
The Lonely Island lead the pop-parody boom.
Superman gets a bleak new origin story in Zack Snyder’s Man of Steel.
Saoirse Ronan makes a perfect bloodsucker in Byzantium.
Matt Zoller Seitz on Futurama’s final (final) frontier.
25 things to see, hear, watch, and read.
Readers sound off on Mariano Rivera, Stevie Nicks, and more.
Our deliberately oversimplified guide to who falls where on our taste hierarchies.
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