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  1. encounter
    Carson Daly Is TV’s Ultimate Survivor“I’ve heard this my whole life. ‘What tangible talent does he have?’ The answer is none.”
  2. movie review
    Jim Jarmusch’s The Dead Don’t Die Is a Heavy-Footed Zombie ComedyIt’s not unenjoyable but not quite enjoyable, either.
  3. the best. really.
    I Tested a Bunch of Folding Bikes to Find the Four Best OnesTo figure out which ones ride (and fold) the best, we spent weeks riding a small fleet across the city.
  4. profile
    Jada Pinkett Smith Might Be the Best Reason to Keep Your Facebook AccountThe movie star is carving her own lane with Red Table Talk.
  5. in conversation
    Lee Daniels on the End of Empire, Woke Culture, and Why Precious Was a ComedyPrecisely what his post-Empire career will look like isn’t certain, but the perennially restless director is nurturing a number of seedlings.
  6. profile
    Julio Torres Is a Rising WeirdoSNL’s otherworldly secret weapon is about to take over HBO with Los Espookys.
  7. tv
    How Drag Became America’s New National PastimeIt’s now a full-fledged spectator sport. And drag queens now have a shot at pop stardom.
  8. letters
    Comments: Week of June 10, 2019Readers sound off on incels, nation’s worst measles outbreak, and more.
  9. the approval matrix
    The Approval Matrix: Week of June 10, 2019Our deliberately oversimplified guide to who falls where on our taste hierarchies.
  10. vulture lists
    The Most Powerful Drag Queens in America, RankedAfter talking to talent agents and managers, club bookers, and producers, we determined America’s top-100 Drag Race superstars.
  11. agenda
    16 Things to Do in New York City Over the Next Two WeeksTwo Ariana Grande concerts, Jackie Sibblies Drury’s Fairview, an art show curated by Tilda Swinton, and more.
  12. vulture picks
    9 Notable New Releases Over the Next Two WeeksLos Espookys, Emma Thompson in Years and Years, Chris Shiflett’s Hard Lessons, and more.
  13. the power grid
    Bill de Blasio Tries to Find Someone, Somewhere, Who Wants to Vote for HimThe Democratic primaries might be anyone’s game to lose, except for the New York mayor.
  14. business
    How Did WeWork’s Adam Neumann Build a $47 Billion Company?Not by sharing.
  15. fashion
    See Fashion’s Biggest Night From the InsideTom Ford hosted the annual CFDA Awards, and guests seemed to sit up straighter in his presence.
  16. movie review
    Brian De Palma’s Domino Is a Better Thriller Than MostUnderfunded, sketchily written, and heavily cut, the film still puts its contemporaries to shame.
  17. classical music
    The Met Opera’s Yannick Nézet-Séguin Has Found His FootingAfter a few years adrift, the company has found its sheriff — or maybe shepherd is a better word.
  18. underground gourmet review
    José Andrés’s Spiffy New Spanish Diner Is an Iberian Take on the Greasy SpoonEggs every which way, plus lots more rib-sticking, grandma-style fare.
  19. the dish
    Thai Noodle-Wrapped Meatballs Make Other Meatballs Seem Like SlackersThe seldom-seen dish called moo sarong has local meatball mavens all revved up.
  20. grub guides
    A Guide to the Micro-Neighborhood of StuyshwickThings are buzzing along this dozen-block border town.
  21. books
    The Book Stand That Sells Only Signed Philip Roth NovelsThe late author signed hundreds and hundreds of them for his friend Enrico Adelman to sell.
  22. urban planning
    Why New York Can’t Have Nice ThingsIt costs three times more to build a subway station here than in London or Paris. What if we could change that?
  23. best bets
    Everything You Need to Build Your Own ’80s AquariumFrom gaudy cherry-red beads to LEDs that simulate the moon.
  24. grub guides
    40 Ideas for an Adult Birthday PartyA handy list of less-obvious options, from an open bar at a greasy spoon diner to natural wine on the Rockaway boardwalk.
  25. profile
    Randall Park’s Small-Town L.A.The star of Fresh Off the Boat has made an occasionally mortifying rom-com, Always Be My Maybe, inspired by his own life.
  26. health
    Measles for the One PercentVaccines, Waldorf schools, and the problem with liberal Luddites.
  27. health
    Measles for the One PercentVaccines, Waldorf schools, and the problem with liberal Luddites.
  28. letters
    Comments: Week of May 27, 2019Readers sound off on climate change and the L.A. fires, Stacy Title’s battle with ALS, and more.
  29. movements
    Boycotts of Georgia Will Only Make It RedderDon’t dismiss the South. The abortion fight won’t be won from New York.
  30. art
    Women Artists on Their Favorite Artworks at Their Local MuseumsFor a new book, It Speaks to Me, Jori Finkel asked 50 artists to discuss an artwork they find inspiring.
  31. the approval matrix
    The Approval Matrix: Week of May 27, 2019Our deliberately oversimplified guide to who falls where on our taste hierarchies.
  32. movements
    Boycotts of Georgia Will Only Make It RedderDon’t dismiss the South. The abortion fight won’t be won from New York.
  33. the dish
    Jiang Diner’s Shumai Spotlights the Inner Mongolian Roots of a Dim Sum ClassicOn the menu you’ll find lamb shumai: mildly seasoned ground meat in a delicate wheat-flour wrapper, sealed in a manner more akin to xiaolongbao.
  34. art
    Women Artists on Their Favorite Artworks at Their Local MuseumsFor a new book, It Speaks to Me, Jori Finkel asked 50 artists to discuss an artwork they find inspiring.
  35. gallery
    The Look Book Goes to Bottomless Brunch in BrooklynWoodland hosts a weekend daytime dance party with unlimited mimosas. The long line to get in is a pre-party of its own.
  36. feature
    How Many Bones Would You Break to Get Laid?“Incels” are going under the knife to reshape their faces, and their dating prospects.
  37. feature
    How Many Bones Would You Break to Get Laid?“Incels” are going under the knife to reshape their faces, and their dating prospects.
  38. the national interest
    Laugh at Trump, Sure — But Also Watch What He’s DoingWhile his authoritarian fantasies play out in farce before the cameras, behind the scenes he is managing to grasp the levers of power.
  39. real estate
    Would You Leave Your Life Behind for a House You Saw on Instagram?These people did.
  40. manson mania
    An Extensive Guide to All The Pop Culture Dedicated to Charles MansonAll the movies, books, TV shows, podcasts and music you should know.
  41. album review
    Tyler, the Creator Fully Owns His Voice on IGORIt looks like the artist has been priming us for this moment for years.
  42. restaurant review
    Thomas Keller’s TAK Room Provides Plenty of Retro (and Pricey) PleasureHis destination restaurant in Hudson Yards is outlandishly expensive and curiously satisfying.
  43. the master remembered
    From 2017, a Portrait of I. M. Pei at (Nearly) 100Having conquered modernism, he moved beyond it to etch his legacy into the past century.
  44. gallery
    A Trove of ‘Lost’ New York City Crime Scene Photos, Unearthed After 82 YearsSeventy-three prints from legendary photographer Weegee were stashed in a kitchen cupboard and unseen until now.
  45. new york magazine
    How Weegee’s Biographer Figured Out the Location of This Photo From 1937New York magazine discovered a trove of new photos by legendary crime-scene photographer Weegee. Here’s how his biographer pinned down one image.
  46. whitney biennial
    The New Whitney Biennial Made Me See Art History in a New WayThis show demonstrates unmistakably that subject matter is just as important as form.
  47. movie review
    The Souvenir Is Sometimes Formless, But Always FascinatingAt her best, writer-director Joanna Hogg convinces you that incoherence is the only honest way to tell a story with any emotional complexity.
  48. life in pixels
    Group Chats Are Making the Internet Fun AgainThe triumphant return of aimless digital chatter.
  49. movies
    Director Stacy Title Is Racing Against ALS to Make Her Final MovieShe is paralyzed and cannot speak. But she is determined to make Walking Time Bomb.
  50. veep
    How to Write a Jonah InsultWriting comedy is not a scientific or mathematical endeavor — except, perhaps, when it comes to devising ways to insult Veep’s Jonah Ryan.
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