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May 28, 2018 Issue

Cover Story

The Cure for New York Face

Yale’s most popular course is about how to be happier. Ready to take some notes? By Adam Sternbergh On the Cover: Illustration by Zohar Lazar.

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Features

Maybe She Had So Much Money She Just Lost Track of It

Anna Delvey was the most generous of grifters. By Jessica Pressler

Little Scalia

So much for the hope that Neil Gorsuch might be a mild-mannered, semi-moderate justice. By Simon van Zuylen-Wood

Intelligencer

Offspring

The promise of Mister Rogers’s calmness.

Reread: The Making of 'Radical Chic'

Remembering Tom Wolfe through his epic “Radical Chic” story.

Encounter

Charles Bronfman, who’s speaking up about Bibi.

The Cut

Look What You’ll Be Wearing in Ten Years

The weirdly enticing work of this year’s Parsons grads

The Strategist

Best Bets

A London atelier uptown, summer weekenders, and an East Village art bookstore.

Look Book

The barista trying to start an artist community.

The Everything Guide to Migraines

A new drug, and old hopes

The Restaurant Review

Legacy Records lacks the spark and sizzle of its downtown siblings.

The Dish

The new Una Pizza Napoletana serves a terrific take on tiramisu.

Culture

What Shawn Mendes Has Gone Through

A darker, make-or-break third album for the pop star.

Facing Her Fears Seven

Toni Collettes, each one scarier than the last.

The Chance Encounter That Wasn’t

Weegee staged a famous photo. Don’t hold it against him.

The Book Review

Philip Roth’s infinite American mythologies.

The Movie Review

Hereditary is unconventionally horrifying.

The Movie Review

American Animals salvages a story from the dumbest real-life heist ever.

To Do: May 30–June 13, 2018

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

Departments

Comments: Week of May 28, 2018

Readers sound off on one man's crusade against Uber, Donald Trump and Sean Hannity late-night phone calls, and more.

The Approval Matrix: Week of May 28, 2018

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

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