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  1. deaths
    Andrew Lincoln Didn’t Like That The Walking Dead Killed Off Steven Yeun“I regret Glenn going.”
  2. power
    17 Women Talk About Being Left Behind by #MeTooWe spoke with women from dozens of industries who remain unable to report sexual abuse and harassment.
  3. Chemistry? Watch Sheila Carrasco and Eliot Schwartz in Piano LessonsThey’re the Marty and Bobbi Mohan-Culp of 2018.
  4. health concerns
    The Last Conversation You’ll Need to Have on Eating Right: The Follow-upsMark Bittman and Dr. David L. Katz tackle the questions they received after their original story on healthy food.
  5. A Teen Turned Informant to Escape MS-13. Now His Life Is in Even More Danger.Henry thought that talking to the cops would help him get away from the violent gang. Now he’s caught between them and ICE.
  6. The Last Conversation You’ll Ever Need to Have About Eating RightMark Bittman and Dr. David L. Katz patiently answer pretty much every question we could think of about healthy food.
  7. feature
    The Surprising True Story Behind Steve MaddenThe man behind the shoe box is revealed in a new documentary.
  8. agriculture
    The Farmer Struggling to Recover After Hurricane Harvey Destroyed EverythingHurricane Harvey wiped out Garrett Gundermann’s Texas farm. This is what it’s like to start over from scratch after unprecedented devastation.
  9. select all
    The Millennial Walt Disney Wants to Turn Empty Stores Into Instagram PlaygroundsMaryellis Bunn, the 25-year-old co-founder of the Museum of Ice Cream, says retail is dead and experiences are the future.
  10. Is Anybody Home at Ben Carson’s HUD?A long-harbored conservative dream — the “dismantling of the administrative state” — is taking place under Secretary Carson.
  11. that's a bop
    Sharon Van Etten on Twin Peaks, Motherhood, and Her Many LivesThe singer-songwriter has a thousand careers.
  12. the body politic
    Inside Hillary Clinton’s Surreal Post-Election LifeWith nothing left to lose, she is finally free to really speak her mind.
  13. feature
    With Rumors, Scandal, and a Record Budget Shortfall, What Broke the Met?Just a year ago, the museum was planning an ambitious expansion and touting record attendance. Now its director has been ousted.
  14. The Man Who Shot Reagan Is Out of the Mental Hospital and Living With His MotherCan someone who tried to murder a president be rehabilitated?
  15. Suddenly, New York’s Rich Are Obsessed With Importing PandasThe Chinese export every powerful person can get behind.
  16. president obama
    The Best of BET’s Obama CelebrationWith Leslie Odom Jr., Usher, Common, and more.
  17. platt vs. fat
    Can a Food Critic Diet Successfully?New York’s restaurant critic Adam Platt and his diet.
  18. The Making of America’s Next Great Tennis Talent, in Two Very Different LabsTaylor Fritz and Frances Tiafoe are the future of the sport, but their pasts couldn’t be more different.
  19. feature
    An MIT Scientist Claims That This Pill Is the Fountain of YouthLeonard Guarente is certain he’s succeeded where doctors (and quacks) before him have failed. His pill will either extend lives or tarnish his career.
  20. pop music
    Is Culture Borrowing Always Theft?Jesse Williams, Justin Timberlake, and the hotly contested new (and still-simmering old) debates over cultural appropriation in pop music. 
  21. ant farm to table
    In the Apocalyptic Future, We’ll All Be Eating BugsCan insects save humanity from itself?
  22. art and design 2016
    The Blackest Black Ever KnownLight enters but virtually none of it escapes; 99.965 percent is absorbed.
  23. Is Richard Prince the Andy Warhol of Instagram?He always wanted to be the coolest artist in the world. But how much cred can one man appropriate?
  24. vulture cover story
    Can the Art World Take James Franco Seriously?In conversation with Jerry Saltz, the celebrity makes a case for his art.
  25. Can the Art World Take James Franco Seriously?In conversation with Jerry Saltz, the celebrity makes a case for his art.
  26. motherhood
    My 4-Year-Old Speaks Fluent YouTubeWhat it’s like raising kids who’ve had screens since birth.
  27. culture cheats
    10 Tricks That Musicians and Actors Use in Live PerformancesFrom live pitch correction and in-ear cues to line feeding and hidden singers.
  28. Inside the Making of Serial Season TwoHow the podcast scaled up from Adnan to Afghanistan.
  29. scenes
    Palaces, Penises, and Parties With the Young Jet SetForty-eight hours in Gstaad, made for Instagram.
  30. In Conversation With Nancy MeyersWe sat down with Meyers for a conversation about what it’s like, and what it means, to occupy such a singular position in the movie industry.
  31. Samuel L. Jackson, Tarantino’s Leading ManSix collaborations in, no one understands the director’s vision better.
  32. portents
    When Did Humans Doom the Earth for Good?A scientific debate that’s oddly amusing to entertain: At what point, exactly, did mankind irrevocably put the planet on the road to ruin? 
  33. the money
    How Physicians Actually Make Money These DaysOne internist opens his books: great calling, lousy business.
  34. health
    5 New Yorkers Open Their Medicine CabinetsLike you haven’t looked at a stranger’s before.
  35. lab work
    Inside Memorial Sloan Kettering’s High-Speed Pathology LabIs it cancer? They’ll know in half an hour.
  36. sex
    The Everything Guide to the LibidoOysters don’t help, but monkey porn might … and other findings from the forefront of desire research.
  37. the brain
    How One Brain Came Back From UnconsciousnessA car accident left 19-year-old Dylan Rizzo in a coma. This is the story of the long, perilous crawl to recovery.
  38. fixations
    Why Is America Obsessed With Perfecting Its Teeth?The story of a rapidly expanding industry that has little reason to exist, except the clearest reason in the world.
  39. Burgers
    Platt: Can Anyone Make a Decent Veggie Burger?Our critic samples the simulacra.
  40. Burgers
    Silicon Valley’s Race to Build a Fake-Meat BurgerWhat would the world look like without meat, or at least the meat we’ve always known?
  41. This Is the Story of the HamburgerIts rise from a lowly patty of chopped meat to the aristocracy of foods; its charismatic and delicious descendants; the arguments it inspires — over ethics and blends and tastes; and Silicon Valley’s attempt to replace it with a meat that is not meat at all.
  42. Burgers
    The 50 Most Important Burgers in New YorkThis town is flooded with high-ambition meat sandwiches. But which is the very best?
  43. feature
    Can Racism Be Stopped in the Third Grade?An experiment at Fieldston, which starts when 8-year-olds are sorted by race, has some very liberal parents fuming.
  44. Is Bobby Shmurda a Gangster or Simply ‘Guilty for Where I Live’?How an Empire-like rise plays out in real life.
  45. Guacanomics
    Have You Eaten Your Last Avocado?The ubiquitous — and endangered — food may soon be a luxury item.
  46. Feature
    The Suicide of Williamsburg Restaurateur Colin DevlinColin Devlin’s death was a reminder of how much the neighborhood has changed since his restaurant first opened.
  47. The Surprising Persistence of ‘Women Aren’t Funny’One of my favorite interactions I’ve ever had as a comic happened when I asked a friend of mine if I could perform at a show he runs. I wrote […]
  48. Why You Should Be Watching The LeagueHey, comedy nerds: You should be watching The League. I have a feeling not all of you are, and that’s a problem. Some of you tuned in last […]
  49. The Comedy Consultant: 7 Strat Tips For Tweeting Your Comedy Career To the […]Leveraging the web to launch your comedy brand hasn’t been a secret since Dane Cook rode the MySpace meteorite all the way to next-lev stand-up […]
  50. The 55 Best Comedies Available to Watch Instantly on NetflixThe Netflix Watch Instantly feature is amazing. Whether on your computer, phone, iPad or TV, it allows you to watch thousands upon thousands of […]
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