The governor of New Jersey channels the profound rage found throughout the GOP, but uses it to fuel a
uniquely positive, if furious, agenda.
By Benjamin Wallace-Wells
Plus: Following Cory Booker
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On the Cover: Governor Chris Christie. Photograph by Christopher Anderson/Magnum Photos/New York Magazine.
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At the Draper University of Heroes, tech dreamers are taught to don capes and believe in Silicon Valley’s most idealized version of itself. By Kevin Roose
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Bill Murray wheels into Bay Ridge.
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Vulture readers offer their sunblock-scented nominations.
The Canyons is the Lindsay Lohan comeback you were expecting, sadly.
Porn-star biopic Lovelace lets down its subject.
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The sound artists in MoMA's Soundings: A Contemporary Score all seem to live in isolation booths.
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