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October 31, 2016 Issue

Cover Story

Trump’s Appeasers

Why Charles Lindbergh is a cautionary tale for Republican leaders. By Frank Rich
On the Cover: Art by Barbara Kruger for New York Magazine. Photograph by Mark Peterson/Redux.

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Features

They're With Him

Nine women on why they (still) support Trump. By Nick Tabor

The GOP’s Age of Authoritarianism Has Only Just Begun

Trumpism will win, even if Trump loses. By Jonathan Chait

Final Days

Trump’s advisers are working hard to plan their own futures while riding out the roller-coaster end of the campaign. By Gabriel Sherman

Trump’s Campaign Has Been So Insane You’ve Probably Already Forgotten at Least Half of It

From conspiracy theories to the head-scratching things his supporters actually said to that incident with the vacuum-packed meat. By Eric Levitz and James D. Walsh

Intelligencer

First Person

Conversations about getting flashed, grabbed, and groped.

50 Minutes With Jeremy Lin

Four years after New York’s brief spell of Linsanity™, he’s become a Marvel superhero and moved to Brooklyn.

The Urbanist: What Does London Think of Brexit Now?

The city very much wanted to remain. And the effects of voting to leave are already making themselves felt.

Reread: May 19, 1980 (and beyond)

Eleven Donalds, three Ivanas, one Marla, one Melania.

The Cut

Self-less Portrait

A French photographer’s surreal — and entirely faceless — pictures of herself in this season’s clothes Portfolio by Maia Flore

Strategist

Best Bets

Four nesting side tables; a multisensory wellness center.

The Look Book

The veterinarian who won’t touch snakes.

Holiday Food 2016: Seafood Stew for Two

Lecoucou chef Daniel Rose prepares a meal amid the Fragonards at the Frick.

Holiday Food: Roast Guinea Hen

Rotisserie Georgette chef Georgette Farkas prepares a feast on the 17th Floor, despite a broken elevator.

Holiday Food: Salt-Baked Venison (With a Side of Pig's Blood)

Mimi chef Liz Johnson makes dinner for 18 in a Soho loft.

Culture

Lo, and Behold

Singer Tove Lo has crafted pop hits you’ve heard a thousand times by now. She figures it’s about time you learned her name.

Mel Gibson’s Hacksaw Ridge

How his true-life story of a hero-pacifist became his goriest movie yet.

Is There Even Such a Thing As ‘Oscar Bait’?

Two Vulture editors debate whether it's a helpful designation, or just a way of not seeing a movie.

Original Scenesters

When Hollywood’s most memorable landscapes were born from a brush and a can.

Who Is the Best TV Couple?

Tami and Eric vs. Pam and Jim.

The Painting Our Art Critic Can’t Stop Thinking About

A Portrait of the Artist As a Shadow of His Former Self fires like a time bomb in the mind.

The Movie Review

Hacksaw Ridge is a massive achievement for Mel Gibson.

The Movie Review

Arrival is a tantalizing sci-fi puzzler, until it’s highjacked by melodrama.

The Architecture Review

To honor Jane Jacobs’s vision, we need more planning, not less.

The Book Review

What are you supposed to do with game when you get it? Zadie Smith’s Swing Time.

To Do: November 2–November 16, 2016

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

Departments

Comments: Week of October 31, 2016

Readers sound off on self-driving cars, Donald Trump’s “locker-room talk,” and more.

The Approval Matrix: Week of October 31, 2016

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

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