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November 13, 2017 Issue

Cover Story

Regular, Degular, Shmegular Girl From the Bronx

The cinematic come-up of chart-busting rap phenom Cardi B. By Allison P. Davis On the Cover: Cardi B. Photograph and artwork by Hassan Hajjaj for New York Magazine.

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After Trump

The next demagogue will be competent. That’s even worse. By Frank Rich

Your Reckoning. And Mine.

The agonizing, exhilarating conversation — about crimes and complicity — taking place post-Harvey. By Rebecca Traister


The National Interest

The GOP may do the impossible: make tax cuts unpopular.


Claes Bang is figuring out what to make of sudden stardom at 50.


The Bush-family image-rehab machine.

Reread: November 30, 1987

After the market crashed 30 years ago, Julie Baumgold peered into the smoldering crater — at that fall’s hottest fashion show.

The Cut

See and Be

Zanele Muholi’s subversive self-portraits.


Best Bets

A women’s-suit startup, tortoiseshell homewares, and a shampoo showroom in Soho.

Look Book

The 11-year-old who follows the stock market.

The Restaurant Review

The Pool is posh, pricey, and a little prosaic.

The Dish

Raviolo’s carbonara buns are the only version of spaghetti alla carbonara you should eat with your hands.

The Encyclopedia of Vegan Food

Faux bleeding burgers and seitan pepperoni.

Design Hunting

A Pee-wee’s Playhouse–style home.


A Complicated Affair

Armie Hammer’s director broke his heart.

All Horsemen, All the Time

Researching the apocalypse in 2017.

Save the Night

Can a “nightlife mayor” rescue DIY venues?

The TV Review

The Girlfriend Experience’s second season is a mixed bag.

The Theater Review

The Band’s Visit is radical and understated at once.

The Art Review

Thrilling Michelangelo drawings at the Met.

To Do: November 1–November 29, 2017

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


Comments: Week of November 13, 2017

Readers sound off on Jimmy Kimmel's political voice, John Kasich, and more

The Approval Matrix: Week of November 13, 2017

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

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