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February 5, 2018 Issue

Cover Story

Do You Believe Her Now?

With new evidence that Clarence Thomas lied to get onto the Supreme Court, it’s time to talk seriously about impeachment. Plus, The Other Anita Hills. By Jill Abramson On the Cover: Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas. Photograph by Steve Petteway/courtesy of the Collection of the Supreme Court of the United States.

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The Poison We Pick

The country that invented modern life is now trying desperately, with opioids, to escape it. By Andrew Sullivan

The First Great Movie of the Trump Era

How Get Out got made. By Jada Yuan and Hunter Harris

Worst Roommate Ever

One scheming, sinister man. A dozen unsuspecting victims. The ultimate Craigslist nightmare. By William Brennan



A human camera obscura at the New York Public Library.

The Cut

Perfectly Patient

Clare Waight Keller’s stealth haute-couture debut. By Cathy Horyn

The Strategist

Best Bets

A new meditation bus, translucent teapots, and a fashionable plant shop.

Look Book

The recent college grad who’s "really into astrology."

Turrets About Town

The city’s tiny towers.

The Restaurant Review

Jean-Georges updates the menu and the mood at his once-radical restaurant JoJo.

The Dish

At Tetsu, even the dessert gets grilled.


Taiwanese beef noodle soup is hot, heady, and on the rise in New York.


Ten iconic Taiwanese dishes and where to find them in New York.


The Hardest-Working Show in Show Business

The complete, epic behind-the-scenes story of how Crazy Ex-Girlfriend’s season-three finale was made.

Futures Market

While this has been an undeniably weird year for Hollywood, there’s one familiar element: a bumper crop of breakout talent.

That’s the Chicago Way

David Mamet on his first crime novel.

The Revision

A Twitter uproar — and a YA novel rewritten because of it.

The Revelations of Quincy Jones

Fallout from an unbelievable interview.

The TV Review

Atlanta’s second season is stronger and stranger.

The Art Review

The Obamas’ official portraits rise to the occasion.

The Movie Review

The Party puts its politics front and center.

The Movie Review

Foxtrot toes the line of black comedy.

To Do: February 21–March 7, 2018

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


Comments: Week of February 19, 2018

Readers sound off on Mary J. Blige, fashion influencers, and more.

The Approval Matrix: Week of February 19, 2018

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

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