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July 10, 2017 Issue

Cover Story

The Uninhabitable Earth

Famine, economic collapse, a sun that cooks us: What climate change could wreak — sooner than you think. By David Wallace-Wells On the Cover: Illustration by Justin Metz for New York Magazine.

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Features

Attack, Attack, Attack

Steve Bannon’s time in the Trump doghouse was shortlived. By Joshua Green

American Culthoppers

If reinvention is a national birthright, two identical twins from Indiana may have taken things too far. By Benjamin Wallace

Intelligencer

The National Interest

In their desire to see Trump banished, liberals have embraced some unusual bedfellows, like Benjamin Wittes.

Encounter

Steven Yuen, star of Okja, reflects on his Walking Dead end.

Cityscape

Harlem gentrifi­cation, from the ’80s to Whole Foods.

Reread: August 23, 1971

“Back to the Earth” meant backbreaking work for city hippies.

The Cut

Gather the Flower Girls

A tiny Washington farm that has become a worldwide destination.

Strategist

Best Bets

Attractive beach tents, a dorm-room supply shop, and new swimwear from Miami.

Look Book

The high school student who knows how to make H&M look expensive.

The Best New Cheap Eats in New York

The Underground Gourmet’s favorite places to have opened in the past year, serving everything from Texas breakfast tacos to new-wave Filipino takeout.

Culture

Jason Reborn

Jason Bateman’s dramatic turn.

Off in His Own Worlds

Luc Besson’s wild mind.

The Overdue Book

Matthew Klam’s long-awaited novel.

Punk’d Rock

Martin Shkreli and that Wu-Tang album.

The Movie Review

In the torrid Lady Macbeth, oppression flows in all directions.

The Movie Review

War for the Planet of the Apes is unusually brave for a megabudget “franchise” entertainment.

The TV Review

Netflix’s GLOW is a mostly enjoyable underdog story.

The Architecture Review

The state of storefronts.

To Do: July 12–July 26, 2017

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

Departments

Comments: Week of July 10, 2017

Readers sound off on the parallels between Watergate and now, the vanishing New York City diner, and more.

The Approval Matrix: Week of July 10, 2017

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

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