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  1. letters
    Comments: Week of October 15, 2018Readers sound off on Jamie Lee Curtis, Harvey Weinstein’s lawyer David Boies, and more.
  2. women and power
    What the Prune Chefs Hoped to Accomplish With the Spotted PigGabrielle Hamilton and Ashley Merriman dreamed of writing the second chapter in the #MeToo story. Instead, they got scorched.
  3. women and power
    Megyn Kelly Knew What She Was Doing With That Dress“Just because I’m blonde and I have my sexy dress on doesn’t make me a bimbo.”
  4. women and power
    What the Prune Chefs Hoped to Accomplish With the Spotted PigGabrielle Hamilton and Ashley Merriman dreamed of writing the second chapter in the #MeToo story. Instead, they got scorched.
  5. women and power
    Stormy Daniels Didn’t Want to Be Anybody’s Hero“I started this just because I wanted to set the record straight and not be bullied. Now I’m in charge of saving the world.”
  6. look book
    The Influencer Who Loves Matcha CBD Lattes and Tattoos“Getting tattoos is how I relax. It’s my therapy.”
  7. agenda
    25 Things to See, Hear, Watch, Read Over the Next Two WeeksOn Beckett, Private Life, Steely Dan, Friday Black, and more.
  8. best bets
    Beautycounter Opens in Nolita, Vanity Mirrors, and Birkenstock’s U.S. StoreWhat’s new in New York stores.
  9. a closer look
    How St. Vincent Reimagines Her Own SongsThe singer on writing “Savior” and then recording it two ways.
  10. tiff 2018
    TIFF Review: First Man Is Laborious, and StupendousFirst Man might be the most grounded space movie ever made.
  11. studio 54
    The Founder of Studio 54 Is Finally Ready to Tell What Really Went Down ThereIan Schrager on getting over his embarrassment for doing time for stealing from the disco, and having Roy Cohn as his lawyer.
  12. studio 54
    The Founder of Studio 54 Is Finally Ready to Tell What Really Went Down ThereIan Schrager on getting over his embarrassment for doing time for stealing from the disco, and having Roy Cohn as his lawyer.
  13. space of the week
    An Updated Brooklyn Rowhouse That Preserves the Wildness Out BackThe elegantly lush backyard is very much the centerpiece of this Cobble Hill home.
  14. habitats
    How Novelist John Wray Made His Brooklyn Brownstone Into a Writers’ ClubhouseThis Park Slope townhouse is a cross between an artists’ colony, a co-working space, and a frat house.
  15. splurges
    The Luxury Items People Are Willing to Go (Almost) Bankrupt ForFrom an $800 cat tree to a $15,000 watch
  16. behind the menu
    Have Hillary Sterling and Missy Robbins Entered the Pasta Twilight Zone?It’s a riddle wrapped in a mystery inside a raviolo.
  17. books
    Mystery Writer Tana French’s Tips for Crafting a Red HerringHow the author of In the Woods and The Witch Elm leads the reader down the wrong trail.
  18. tv review
    The Romanoffs Follows Privilege All the Way DownMatthew Weiner’s first TV project since Mad Men is another portrait of white people in decline.
  19. science of us
    Why Is Everybody Freaking Out About Sperm Counts?The new penis panic says a lot more about male anxiety than fertility.
  20. profile
    The Next Michael UrieThe star of Torch Song was worried about being typecast in gay roles before he realized there were so many different kinds.
  21. out of the box
    This Season, Designers Have Embraced the Black Dress With a VengeancePhotographer Steph Wilson shot a range of uncommon dresses in New York’s favorite non-color on the city’s streets.
  22. profile
    Jamie Lee Curtis Will Have Her Revenge NowIn the new Halloween, she’s the one hunting Michael Myers. Welcome to the age of big-box-office post-trauma horror.
  23. movie review
    A Star Is Born Is One Hell of a Magic TrickI have zero doubts about the first half — it couldn’t be more charming.
  24. letters
    Comments: Week of October 1, 2018Readers sound off on Soon-Yi Previn and Lindsey Graham.
  25. law
    David Boies Is a Longtime Liberal Hero. Did He Also Enable Harvey Weinstein?Was David Boies just doing right by Harvey Weinstein? Or did he cross an ethical line?
  26. profile
    The Anti-Prestige ShowrunnerOn set with Jane the Virgin creator Jennie Snyder Urman, who makes great TV by ignoring all the trends.
  27. the dish
    The Structural Ingenuity of Existing Conditions’ Turkey ClubJapanese milk bread and meat glue help to curb the sandwich’s inherent messiness.
  28. agenda
    25 Things to See, Hear, Watch, and Read Over the Next Two WeeksOklahoma!, Jonas Kaufmann, Big Mouth, Killing Commendatore, and more.
  29. the kavanaugh hearings
    When Powerful Men Are Convinced They Can’t Be WrongOr, what Brett Kavanaugh has in common with Roger Clemens.
  30. the kavanaugh hearings
    Brett Kavanaugh’s Familiar LogicHis kind of misdirection, the assumption that women are tricked into acting in a way inconvenient to the powerful, is a tactic we’ve seen before.
  31. restaurant review
    Atomix Redeems the Often Stale Chef’s-Counter Tasting MenuWith Korean flavors and seasonal flair, Junghyun Park’s elaborate venture is clearly designed as a lofty, ambitious bookend to his Atoboy operation.
  32. art review
    What Was Delacroix Doing? A Relic of One Era, He Somehow Invented Many Others.Somehow his infuriatingly messy paintings point directly to Cézanne, Manet, Renoir, van Gogh, Matisse, de Kooning, Marlene Dumas, and Kara Walker.
  33. real estate
    Can These Towns Become More Like Hudson Without Becoming Hudson?Newburgh, Catskill, and Troy, once downtrodden, are hoping recent revitalization doesn’t get out of hand.
  34. from the archives
    Revisiting Some of the Most Memorable Homes Wendy Goodman Ever ScoutedOn the occasion of her memoir, our design editor recalls a few of her greatest hits.
  35. tv review
    The New Magnum P.I. Shows a Lot of PromiseThe CBS reboot’s pilot captures most of what made the original great.
  36. profile
    Cory Booker Wants to Give You a Hug, and Be Your Next PresidentHe’s ready to run the most optimistic, earnest, emotionally present campaign in history — and is betting that’s what Trump’s America is ready for.
  37. trendlet
    Skewers Are Primal, Fun to Eat, and Suddenly Ubiquitous in New YorkFrom Japanese yakitori to Chinese barbecue, stick food is on the rise.
  38. close reads
    Helen DeWitt’s The Last Samurai Is the Best Book of the Century (for Now)The Last Samurai is a masterpiece. It’s an accident of recent history that it’s taken the culture some time to realize it.
  39. books
    A Premature Attempt at the 21st Century Literary CanonWherein a panel of learned critics tells us what belongs on a list of the 100 most important books of the 2000s … so far.
  40. the body politic
    American Women Are Furious — and It’s Changing Our Country ForeverFemale anger could save our democracy. It’s not the first time.
  41. dylan farrow
    Dylan and Ronan Farrow Respond to New York Magazine Profile of Soon-Yi Previn“I have a message for the media and allies of Woody Allen: no one is ‘parading me around as a victim.’”
  42. politics
    What Happened to Lindsey Graham?Once defined by his loathing for Trump, he’s now all-in for the president. Why?
  43. the dish
    Momofuku Nishi’s Whole Salt-Baked Turbot Is Bo Ssäm for Fish LoversThe textures of the turbot vary from firm and meaty to an almost pork-belly-like richness around the fins.
  44. look book
    The Model Who Started Her Career in Japan“A couple years ago, I got a DM asking if I wanted to sign with this agency in Japan. I was pretty sure it was a real agency — but not really.”
  45. agenda
    25 Things to See, Hear, Watch, and Read Over the Next Two WeeksThe Sisters Brothers, New York Philharmonic, Maniac, Washington Black, and more.
  46. best bets
    Nashville Novelties, Reasonably Priced Cashmere, and a High-Tech Tribeca SpaWhat’s new in New York stores.
  47. letters
    Comments: Week of September 17, 2018Readers sound off on Jonah Hill, the women have been left behind despite the #MeToo movement, and more.
  48. the national interest
    It Takes More Than ‘Adults in the Room’ to Control a Petulant Leader Like TrumpThere are parallels to Weimar failures in a too-forgiving GOP enamored by tax cuts.
  49. profile
    John C. Reilly Is Everybody’s Better HalfHe says he works best in duos, and he’s in three this fall: Stan & Ollie, Holmes and Watson, and The Sisters Brothers.
  50. music
    Have Paul McCartney and Paul Simon Run Out of Steam?It’s complicated.
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