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  1. fact check
    Two Democratic 2020 Presidential Candidates Weigh in on VeepPete Buttigieg and Eric Swalwell fact-check the show.
  2. set visits
    Veep Is Over. Is America Next?A behind-the-scenes look at the series finale.
  3. life after warming
    Los Angeles Fire Season Is Beginning Again. And It Will Never End.A bulletin from our climate future.
  4. the approval matrix
    The Approval Matrix: Week of May 13, 2019Our deliberately oversimplified guide to who falls where on our taste hierarchies.
  5. the national interest
    What Joe Biden Is Teaching Democrats About DemocratsHis apparent resurrection from relic to front-runner has illustrated a chasm between perception and reality about the party’s leftward shift.
  6. letters
    Comments: Week of May 13, 2019Readers sound off on Larry Ray’s influence on the students of Sarah Lawrence, a candid conversation with Anjelica Huston, and more.
  7. look book
    The Look Book Goes to a Cher ConcertOn May 2, thousands of fans streamed into Barclays Center for Cher’s “Here We Go Again” tour to see her for the first — or the 30th — time.
  8. openings
    Finally, Via Carota Team Opens Bar Pisellino in the West VillageJody Williams and Rita Sodi complete their neighborhood mini-fiefdom with their restaurant’s long-awaited sister bar.
  9. tv review
    Hulu’s Catch-22 Finds Some Humanity in a Classic SatireThis George Clooney–produced adaptation works better as a TV show than you might think.
  10. encounter
    Ani DiFranco on Her Memoir, Hadestown, and Reckoning With the 1990sIn her new book No Walls and the Recurring Dream, the folksinger grapples with her own history and the decade in which she was most famous.
  11. strat investigates
    Why Does Every Renovated Brownstone in Brooklyn Have This Chandelier?If the parlor floor’s been fixed up recently, odds are there’s a Serge Mouille hanging above the mantle.
  12. album reviews
    Vampire Weekend Are at Their Best on Father of the BrideThe band’s long-awaited fourth album also just became the frontrunner for best album of 2019.
  13. recommended by experts
    Everything You Need to Know About Adopting a Rescue DogWriter Julie Klam — who has fostered 35 dogs, owned eight, and talked with ten experts — offers a pup-finding primer.
  14. collaborations
    So the National, Alicia Vikander, and Mike Mills Made a Movie Together …And it also became the band’s newest album, I Am Easy to Find, which comes out on May 17. Here’s how it all happened.
  15. backstories
    Alien, ResurrectionA high-school drama club goes intergalactic.
  16. in conversation
    Anjelica Huston on Growing Up, and Growing Older, in Hollywood“I always thought how great it would be to be a woman of leisure. But I have to work.”
  17. celebrity shopping
    50 Things Amy Sedaris Can’t Live Without“If it’s not heavy-duty, I’ll have a meltdown. It matters.”
  18. immigration
    The Trump-Loving Town and Its Favorite Undocumented ImmigrantThe citizens of Poplar Bluff, Missouri, embraced Alex Garcia — and now they want him back from the church basement where he’s been hiding.
  19. openings
    At the Fulton, Jean-Georges Vongerichten Sells Seafood By the SeaportEverything from the menu to the décor is a tribute to the old Fulton Fish Market.
  20. feature
    The Stolen Kids of Sarah LawrenceWhat happened to the group of bright college students who fell under the sway of a classmate’s father?
  21. encounter
    David Brooks Takes a Look Inside His SoulWhat does he see?
  22. feature
    The Stolen Kids of Sarah LawrenceWhat happened to the group of bright college students who fell under the sway of a classmate’s father?
  23. vision 2020
    Wall Street Democrats Are Absolutely Freaking Out About Their 2020 CandidatesBiden? Pete? Trump?! 
  24. the approval matrix
    The Approval Matrix: Week of April 29, 2019Our deliberately oversimplified guide to who falls where on our taste hierarchies.
  25. letters
    Comments: Week of April 29, 2019Readers sound off on the rise of “Mayor Pete” Buttigieg, a contested work by Leonardo da Vinci, and more.
  26. the dish
    Mercado Little Spain’s Cardenal Is a Whipped-Cream Cloud of Pastry PerfectionAiry, tender, and drizzled with chocolate sauce, this Iberian import comes courtesy of market partner Albert Adrià.
  27. look book
    The Look Book Goes to the High-School Track-and-Field Championships“The girls are more competitive. In my opinion.”
  28. encounter
    How Did Megan Thee Stallion Become the Next Hottest Rapper Out of Houston?She got it from her mama.
  29. revivals
    Sundown on DeadwoodDavid Milch, battling Alzheimer’s, finally finishes his TV Western.
  30. underground gourmet quick bite
    Crusty Meze Master Orhan Yegen Finds His Dream Clientele at Lokanta in AstoriaOn the menu: stuffed grape leaves, lamb’s head soup, minuscule manti, and more.
  31. new york city
    The Tech Industry Is Remaking New York City — Even Without Amazon’s HQ2As tech occupies an ever-larger place in the economy, it will continue to affect the city’s physical shape — but perhaps in more heterodox ways.
  32. 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?
  33. 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.
  34. 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.
  35. 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.”
  36. 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.
  37. 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.
  38. art & design
    A Fabric Artist’s Very Fuzzy Brooklyn StudioSarah Zapata’s Red Hook work space is adorned with her colorful yarn rugs.
  39. tribes
    A Sunny Saturday at Brooklyn’s Most Instagrammable IntersectionTaking stock of the photogenic scene at the corner of Washington and Water Streets.
  40. 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.
  41. 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.
  42. 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?
  43. theater
    The Annette Bening MethodOn Broadway in a new production of All My Sons, she’ll overprepare — and then wing it.
  44. 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.
  45. 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.
  46. 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.
  47. art market
    How a $1,000 Art-Auction Bet Turned Into a $450 Million ‘Da Vinci’The invention of the Salvator Mundi.
  48. 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.
  49. the body politic
    Mom vs. Dad on the Road to 2020The cruel double standard at the heart of American politics.
  50. 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.
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