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  1. the file
    Who Is Ariana Grande, Really? A Quick Catch-up.In less than six years, she has become one of the most successful pop artists of all time. Who is she?
  2. isn't it romantic
    A Peak-Foliage Wedding in the CatskillsSince most guests were traveling, the couple planned a full weekend in the country, including a group trip to Storm King Art Center.
  3. isn't it romantic
    A Garden Party Wonderland Wedding in SohoAt the greenhouse-style rooftop ceremony, Ballet Academy ballerinas danced as the bride walked down the aisle to the sounds of a gospel choir.
  4. isn't it romantic
    A Snow Day Wedding in Vinegar HillAlthough “it did hurt our photo schedule,” says the bride, “we got beautiful pictures in the snow.”
  5. isn't it romantic
    A Royal-Wedding-Like-Wedding in TribecaJessica Douglas and Lawrence Florio married in front of their 200-plus guests a year to the day before the ceremony at Windsor.
  6. art
    Tom Slaughter’s Polaroid PortfolioThe artist known for his Pop-y paintings and prints had a side project: shooting Polaroid photos, constantly, of everything that interested him.
  7. art & design
    A Fabric Artist’s Very Fuzzy Brooklyn StudioSarah Zapata’s Red Hook work space is adorned with her colorful yarn rugs.
  8. tribes
    A Sunny Saturday at Brooklyn’s Most Instagrammable IntersectionTaking stock of the photogenic scene at the corner of Washington and Water Streets.
  9. art & design
    The Director of the Brooklyn Museum Keeps a Degas by Her DeskTo decorate her office, Anne Pasternak borrows the museum’s vast collection, including artwork by Gene Davis, Kiki Smith, Kara Walker, and more.
  10. movies
    David Robert Mitchell on His Ambitious, Divisive Follow-up to It FollowsHis new, deliberately overcomplicated surrealist neo-noir Under the Silver Lake appears to have all the makings of a cult classic.
  11. business
    McKinsey Is Running Puerto Rico — and Getting Paid Millions to Do ItWhy is the bankrupt island spending more than a billion dollars on expert advice?
  12. theater
    The Annette Bening MethodOn Broadway in a new production of All My Sons, she’ll overprepare — and then wing it.
  13. the dish
    At Last, an Artisanal Bread That Tastes Like Kasha VarnishkesThe Jewish soul-food staple was the inspiration for chef-baker Max Blachman-Gentile’s latest loaf.
  14. art & design
    A School Turned Loft With an Egyptian Wing and a Grecian Guest RoomArtist Izhar Patkin turned the ground floor of an abandoned East Village public school into an apartment with giant murals and themed rooms.
  15. underground gourmet quick bite
    Cult Coffee Shop Abraço Is Now a Nimble Little Vermouth and Cocktail Bar to BootThe bustling East Village social center has added evening hours, tasty new nighttime snacks, and some juicy wine on tap.
  16. art market
    How a $1,000 Art-Auction Bet Turned Into a $450 Million ‘Da Vinci’The invention of the Salvator Mundi.
  17. vision 2020
    What Changes When the Presidential Field Is Full of Mothers, Not Just FathersFatherhood has generally worked as a bonus for male politicians. For women in politics, motherhood is much more complicated.
  18. the body politic
    Mom vs. Dad on the Road to 2020The cruel double standard at the heart of American politics.
  19. gallery
    Chatting With the Singers at the Reopened Winnie’sThe karaoke dive is back in a new space on East Broadway with shiny red booths, a retro-looking mic, and an updated computerized karaoke system.
  20. art
    How a $1,000 Art-Auction Bet Turned Into a $450 Million ‘Da Vinci’The invention of the Salvator Mundi.
  21. art & design
    Inside Kehinde Wiley’s New Cliffside Live-Work Compound in SenegalThis summer, the New York painter will open Black Rock Senegal, a combined home, studio space, and artist-in-residency program.
  22. the approval matrix
    The Approval Matrix: Week of April 15, 2019Our deliberately oversimplified guide to who falls where on our taste hierarchies.
  23. letters
    Comments: Week of April 15, 2019Readers sound off on the intimate lives of married couples, Oklahoma! on Broadway, and more.
  24. look book
    The Photographer Who’s Selling His Clothes for a Ticket to Paris“I just sold this tulip-print ’70s wing-collar blouse that I wore once, and now I’m going to drop off a pair of Nike Air Force 1’s.”
  25. agenda
    19 Things to Do in New York City Over the Next Two WeeksTribeca Film Festival, Spiritualized at Brooklyn Steel, Gary: A Sequel to Titus Andronicus, and more.
  26. vulture picks
    8 Notable New Releases Over the Next Two WeeksAvengers: Endgame, Ramy on Hulu, Sally Rooney’s Normal People, and more.
  27. best bets
    Brooklyn’s Vinyl District, Indoor Fountains, and Italian Leather GoodsWhat’s new in New York stores.
  28. vision 2020
    Mayor Pete Is the Democrats’ Folksiest Heartland Hope. Really!Perhaps what they need to win the presidency is a gay Rust Belt millennial who has never governed anything but the fourth-largest city in Indiana.
  29. tv review
    Fosse/Verdon Is Made for Hardcore Fans of Showbiz HistoryIt’s hard to imagine more delectable bait for fans of Broadway and Hollywood tales.
  30. cityscape
    The Shed at Hudson Yards Stays Half-True to Its Radical RootsWhether it busts out of tameness is up to the programmers.
  31. underground gourmet review
    Ceviche Is the Star of Llamita’s New Nighttime MenuChef Erik Ramirez has revamped his Peruvian sandwich shop with a winning dinner service and a cozy new setting.
  32. marriage: an investigation
    Former Times Correspondent and Editor Sheila Rule Married Her Prison Pen Pal“In some ways it didn’t seem real, because it was something we’d been yearning for and talking about for so long.”
  33. marriage: an investigation
    How to Make a TV Show About Marriage When You’re Actually MarriedAdvice from Michelle and Robert King, married couple of 31 years and co-creators and showrunners of The Good Wife and its spinoff, The Good Fight.
  34. marriage: an investigation
    My Husband Cheated, and an Infinity Hot Tub in St. Lucia Wasn’t Going to Fix ItHe’d decided the affair was an ill-­conceived midlife Rumspringa. And now, here we were in St. Lucia: This was my reward.
  35. marriage: an investigation
    They Have Been Married for Seven Decades and They’re Still ‘Working on It’“We men think we’re always right, but we’re never always.”
  36. marriage: an investigation
    She Used to Joke Her Wife Was ‘Lesbian by Attrition’Cheryl and SueZie Hawkes met online in 1997 and carried on a transatlantic love affair until 2000.
  37. theater review
    Theater Review: Once More Into the Storm With King LearWith Glenda Jackson as the king.
  38. marriage: an investigation
    He Knew She Had a Terminal Illness, But They Got Married Anyway“I still don’t really consider her, you know, sick. It’s not the way I think of her.”
  39. marriage: an investigation
    A Throuple on How Marriage Changed Their RelationshipWe discuss, “Are you upset about my going out with that guy? Are we having enough sex?” Rather than, “You didn’t clean the vacuum bag.”
  40. marriage: an investigation
    What the Melania Body-double Conspiracy Says About the Trumps’ MarriageIt reinforces the notion that Melania is more a category of person than an irreplaceable individual.
  41. marriage: an investigation
    When Paying for Sex and Using Cocaine Don’t Tear Your Marriage Apart“If we can get through this, then I’m pretty sure we’re solid for the rest of our lives.”
  42. marriage: an investigation
    How a Marriage Survives the Death of a Child“If you were to ask me why this destroys some marriages, I would probably say that some marriages are ripe for being destroyed.”
  43. marriage: an investigation
    Eavesdropping on Sex Therapy“I feel like I don’t know why we are in a sexless marriage … Like, what is wrong with me that my wife’s not attracted to me?”
  44. marriage: an investigation
    He Cheated in an Open Marriage“He designed our relationship to suit himself, and he breaks it to suit himself.”
  45. marriage: an investigation
    When You Can Never Get Away From Your Spouse and You Like It“Spiritually we’re together every second; physically, we’re not.”
  46. marriage: an investigation
    A Wife Who ‘Surrendered’ to Her Husband“When a woman starts being grateful and happy and not always complaining, the men change too.”
  47. marriage: an investigation
    5 Perspectives on What Kids Do to a Marriage“Little by little, this forced, idealized version of our marriage, performed for the benefit of our child, became the norm.”
  48. game of thrones
    37 Culturati Predict What Will Happen on Game of ThronesA not particularly scientific survey.
  49. marriage: an investigation
    Things Couples Do to Keep Their Marriage Going“What keeps our marriage happy? Not asking ourselves if we’re happy.”
  50. marriage: an investigation
    It Was Either Her or His Family. He Chose Her.“I think there’s a certain turning point in a marriage where you become a team.”
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