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  1. fall design
    A Classic Sixties Spread in GramercyPhotographer Duane Michals’s floor-through is filled with friends’ artwork and junk-shop finds from the past 53 years.
  2. best bets
    The Most Exciting New Stores Opening in New York This FallThe revival of FAO Schwarz, a Sarah Jessica Parker pop-up, and more in our preview of the season in retail.
  3. criminal justice
    A Turbulent Mind, and a Crime That Shocked New YorkMeasures to keep the violently mentally ill from hurting others are about to be put to the test by the man they were designed to stop.
  4. fall preview 2018
    Lilia’s Missy Robbins Opens Pasta-Focused Misi on Saturday in BrooklynTen vegetable dishes, ten pastas, and ice cream. What more does anyone need?
  5. couples
    Judith Giuliani on the Rudy She Married, and the Rudy She’s DivorcingHow she diagnoses her ex’s new “dissembling” condition.
  6. music
    Troye Sivan Aims for Broad Pop Stardom by Getting PersonalWith his sophomore album Bloom, the 23-year-old Australian is learning how to be genuine on a mass scale but also how to keep a little to himself.
  7. chat room
    Eli Roth: ‘The New Shocking Is Doing a PG Movie’The controversial director of ridiculously violent horror movies adapts a kids’ lit classic.
  8. fashion
    The Season’s Most Interesting Shoes, Rendered in ClayBy ceramicist Diana “Didi” Rojas, better known as Instagram’s @0h_heck.
  9. fashion
    After Kate Spade’s Death, Will Frances Valentine Find Its Footing?As CEO Elyce Arons grieves the loss of her friend, she’s also left with the question of how to honor her legacy in the business they started together.
  10. fashion
    Stylist Karla Welch Wants to Make You Feel SomethingShe goes beyond the “Best Dressed” list to style some of the Cut’s favorite women (plus Justin Bieber).
  11. voyeur
    Who Is She, Actually? A Guessing Game in Union Square ParkWe asked strangers to size each other up.
  12. folio
    Yoko Ono Revisits Her Past, and the Weather in Her HeadHer new album Warzone and a new book reimagining Imagine both arrive in October.
  13. power
    What It’s Really Like to Be Black and Work in FashionFrom Tracee Ellis Ross, Virgil Abloh, Tyra Banks, Dapper Dan, Adwoa Aboah, and many more.
  14. the industry
    Imagining the Future of W Magazine With Stefano Tonchi“I believe that W can be so many things,” he says. “We can be a great creative agency.”
  15. tv review
    Mayans M.C. Doesn’t Quite Measure Up to Its PredecessorKurt Sutter’s Sons of Anarchy follow-up is a show with its own personality and focus, though by no means a great one.
  16. movie review
    Hulu’s Crime + Punishment Is a Powerful Work of DocumentaryStephen Maing’s film about 12 NYPD whistle-blowers makes you angry and scared in equal measure.
  17. fashion
    Painters, Photographers, and Sculptors Interpret Fall’s Best ClothesWe invited 14 creatives to do with this season’s fashion as they pleased.
  18. profile
    Sandra Oh Finally Gets Her DueAfter decades in supporting parts, the Emmy nominee plays the hero in Killing Eve.
  19. the dish
    Santina’s Featherweight Eggplant Parm Is a Late-Summer DelightMade with eggplant at the peak of its season, barely cooked San Marzano tomatoes, and warm burrata.
  20. original video
    A Fashion Improvisation With the Stylish Minds of Three Busy DebrasWe invited the comedians over for a “fashion brunch” and asked them to improvise using clothes as prompts. Naturally, things got weird.
  21. behind the scenes
    Cathy Horyn Travels to Germany to Understand the Unlikely Return of BirkenstocksA fashion fable, in which the cork-and-leather sandals become cool and double sales overnight.
  22. new york politics
    Can Andrew Cuomo Win by Being Andrew Cuomo Again?Even as he’s pushed leftward, the governor thinks there’s still plenty of elbow room for a Democrat like him.
  23. profile
    Parkland Activist David Hogg Is Taking His Gap Year at the BarricadesFurious and unflinching, an NRA enemy, an accused “crisis actor,” and a high-school grad trying to figure out what’s next.
  24. profile
    Tessa Thompson Knows People Can’t Stop Thinking About HerShe’d just rather you think about her work than her personal life.
  25. look book
    The Future Tennis Stars of New YorkThe Look Book goes to the John McEnroe Tennis Academy.
  26. best bets
    Fancy Goes Brick-and-Mortar, Mobiles for Grown-ups, and a New Gymnastics StudioWhat’s new in New York stores.
  27. the national interest
    Trump Is Making the Department of Justice Into His Own Private Goon SquadHis purge is creating a chilling effect on law enforcement.
  28. encounter
    Playing Dumpling Roulette With Kieran Culkin, TV’s New Favorite Lovable Bad BoyHe’s the breakout character on HBO’s Succession, the breakout show of the summer.
  29. movie review
    Ethan Hawke’s Blaze Reconsiders an Unsung Country SongwriterMusician Ben Dickey and Alia Shawkat star in this fuzzy but moving biopic of Blaze Foley.
  30. theater review
    Theater Review: Direct From Exit 9, It’s Gettin’ the Band Back TogetherJammed with broken heroes on a last-chance power drive.
  31. the underground gourmet
    Roman Soul in Brownstone BrooklynThe food is good at Lillo Cucina Italiana, but the main attraction is Lillo himself.
  32. 2008
    Steve Bannon on How 2008 Planted the Seed for the Trump Presidency“That lit a match, and the explosion was Trump.”
  33. how to write a song in 2018
    How to Write a Great Rock LyricAccording to Alex Turner of Arctic Monkeys.
  34. 2008
    Naked Capitalism’s Yves Smith on Why We Didn’t See the 2008 Crash Coming“People forget how petrified everybody was at the time.”
  35. space of the week
    An Oslo Home With a Peach-Pink PaletteA Norwegian family turns its back on all-white-everything.
  36. how to write a song in 2018
    In the Write: The Evolution of Country Music in NashvilleNashville’s new generation of country artists are more involved in crafting their own songs. Some of the most distinct perspectives belong to women.
  37. 2008
    Sheila Bair on What Hasn’t Changed Since the Great Recession“The financial system we have is basically the financial system we had in 2008.”
  38. 2008
    Barney Frank on His Regrets From the Great Recession“All the money went to banks, none went to homeowners.”
  39. how to write a song in 2018
    Why Are All the Songs of the Summer So Sad?Welcome to pop’s Great Depression.
  40. 2008
    What a Foreclosure-Boat-Tour Operator Saw During the Great Recession“It breaks my heart to see what I had to do to a guy who had nowhere to go.”
  41. movie review
    Madeline’s Madeline Is a Confusing, Yet Thrilling, Coming-of-Age StoryJosephine Decker’s film about a young girl playing a cat in an improvisational theater piece functions as a metaphor.
  42. ink
    Why New York Needs Both the Post and the Daily News A two-vigorous-tabloid town is a very good thing.
  43. in conversation
    Kathleen Turner on Trump’s “Gross” Handshake and the Co-Star She SlappedIf a man comes on set and says, “Here’s how I see this being done,” people go, “He’s decisive.” If a woman does it, they say, “There she goes.”
  44. politics
    Jeremy Corbyn, 1970s Revanchist, Is Suddenly the Face of the New New LeftHe epitomizes the rebirth of socialism from the failures of capitalism after the 2008 crash.
  45. how to write a song in 2018
    The Songwriting Camps Where Pop’s Biggest Hits (and Personalities) Get CraftedThese camps, or at least the collaborative songwriting process, have fundamentally changed the way music sounds.
  46. profiles
    The Story Starts When She FallsRachelle Vinberg, the star of Skate Kitchen, gets torn up and famous and torn up again.
  47. movie review
    Spike Lee’s BlacKkKlansman Is an Entertaining and Effective Piece of MelodramaThe filmmaker doesn’t do subtlety.
  48. how to write a song in 2018
    Charli XCX’s Path to Becoming Pop’s Preeminent Hook MakerThe key to writing a good song for the brat-pop wunderkind turned musical futurist? Speed and avoiding her feelings.
  49. encounter
    Playing Tourist With BlacKkKlansman’s John David WashingtonSpike Lee’s new star is becoming face-on-the-movie-poster famous.
  50. encounter
    Playing Tourist With BlacKkKlansman’s John David WashingtonSpike Lee’s new star is becoming face-on-the-movie-poster famous.
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