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April 16, 2018 Issue

Cover Story

Cynthia Nixon Has Already Won

By pushing Cuomo to the left. But how will they engage each other next? By Jessica Pressler On the Cover: Cynthia Nixon. Photograph by Marco Grob for New York Magazine.

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Features

The Internet Apologizes

Thirteen tech pioneers rue how the web broke the world. Interviews by Noah Kulwin

Who’s Afraid of the Female Nude?

What it means to be a man making art of women’s bodies right now. By Michael Slenske and Molly Langmuir Plus, When a Feminist Artist Is Censored by a Feminist Gallery. By Carl Swanson

Intelligencer

The National Interest

True centrist Republicans would be abandoning ship.

Encounter

Erin Zapcic, an inaugural queen of Medieval Times.

The City

Corey Johnson is the second-most-powerful politician in town.

Reread: June 15, 1970

The intensity of the subway’s troubles is new, but the problems themselves are not.

The Cut

Risotto With a Side of Diamonds

Dolce & Gabbana Alta Moda extravaganza.

The Strategist

Best Bets

Longchamp’s new flagship, Depop goes brick-and-mortar, and goat yoga in Bushwick.

Look Book

The historian who loves architecture.

Spring Design: Something's Happening in the Old Garage

The nondescript brick façade of artist Leonardo Drew's live work studio gives no hint of what's inside.

Spring Design: The Rockefeller Knickknacks

A preview of the poodles and Roman busts that adorned Peggy and David Rockefeller’s East 65th Street townhouse and various country estates.

Spring Design: "Lichtenstein" in the Kitchen

Designers Carl D’Aquino and Francine Monaco completely gutted two neighboring apartments and created a home gallery.

Spring Design: Walls That Speak

On exhibit at artist Doug Meyer's new apartment: just about everything.

The Restaurant Review

Simon & the Whale is a crowd-pleaser with enough personality to keep things interesting.

The Dish

Cervo’s new brunch menu features a standout fisherman’s breakfast.

The Underground Gourmet

Katsu sandwiches, guava tarts, trompe l’oeil mozzarella, and more.

In Print

Salad master Ilene Rosen releases her first cookbook.

Deli Case

Casella’s Prosciutto Speciale is on a mission.

Culture

Welcome to the Who-niverse

Defining the Whos and Thems of a Bella Thorne–centered world.

A Guide to Broadway's Many Jessie Muellers

Carousel's chameleonic star.

The Story of Sory

Sanlé Sory's first American exhibition.

Creation Stories

How screenwriters described cinema's iconic female characters.

The Album Review

Cardi B's debut exceeds the wildest expectations.

The TV Review

Westworld’s second season is even more meta.

The Movie Review

Three nice Jewish girls in two very different films: Disobedience and Love, Gilda.

To Do: April 18–May 2, 2018

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

Departments

Comments: Week of April 16, 2018

Readers sound off on the Trump administration, a Park Slope car crash, and more.

The Approval Matrix: Week of April 16, 2018

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

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