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June 30, 2014 Issue

Cover Story

Stash Pad

The local real-estate market is rich with wealthy foreigners who can think of no place more alluring, nor more secret, to hide their money than a New York condo. By Andrew Rice
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Features

Oscar Murillo Perfectly Encapsulates the Current State of the Contemporary Art World

Meaning the young painter is very lucky, and a little cursed. By Carl Swanson

The Pocket Universe

All around town, people hunch over their devices. But who’s actually using what apps, and how? An urban poll.

The Justin Bieber Experiment

The pop prince has lived his life in public, from precocious youth to TMZ-baiting, brothel-visting postadolescence. A case study in growing up cosseted and feral. By Vanessa Grigoriadis

Cheap Eats

It’s been eight years since we first ranked the best affordable meals in all five boroughs. Time for a reassessment. By Rob Patronite and Robin Raisfeld

Intelligencer

Moneyball II

Billy Beane has a new bag of tricks, and the A’s are on top again.

Tribes: De Blasio’s Inner Circle

The new mayor’s administration, six months in.

302 Minutes With Angie Martinez

The radio legend is headed up the dial from Hot 97.

The Porn Flâneur

What Baudelaire and LubeTube have in common.

The Cut

A Man’s World

Men’s Fashion Week across the planet.

Man-Clutches and Mankle Galore

Plus: pocket watches and a hickey-inspired tattoo at Pitti Uomo.

Strategist

Best Bets

Beach loungers, vintage sunglasses, and more new stuff in stores.

The Look Book

“My current style is kind of the love child of Brigitte Bardot and Jimi Hendrix.”

Culture

Waking Life

Ellar Coltrane has spent 12 years acting for Richard Linklater. Now what?

What Tony Soprano Owes Jerry Seinfeld

Seinfeld was born 25 years ago. And so was modern television.

The Seinfeld Economy

How much can Jerry Seinfeld make from a single syndication cycle? $400 million.

Zach Braff Survives the Internet

His Kickstarter-funded second film is done. But getting there left marks.

The Art Review

Taking in the mad perfectionism of Jeff Koons.

The Movie Review

The director of Once plays musical matchmaker, again, with Begin Again.

The Movie Review

Life Itself cuts back and forth between Roger Ebert’s last days and the story of his rise.

To Do: July 2–16, 2014

Twenty-five things to see, hear, watch, and read.

Departments

Comments: Week of June 30, 2014

Readers sound off on our Terry Richardson cover story.

The Vulture Crossword Contest

Figure out the hidden theme to win a New York subscription.

Competition: Dr. Seuss for Our Time

Enter in the comments section, or on Twitter with the hashtag we've provided.

The Approval Matrix: Week of June 30, 2014

Our deliberately oversimplified guide to who falls where on our taste hierarchies.

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