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  1. games
    Why the MLB Off-season Explains Our Response to the Mueller InvestigationWe see the trees, but not the forest; we see so many atoms that we barely react when the bomb hits.
  2. here's what tim's been cookin'
    Apple Wants to Be Your Friend NowApple’s always been “friendly but not your friend,” but that approach feels odd for services.
  3. music
    DMX to Be Released From Jail TomorrowThe rapper had been sentenced to one year behind bars in March 2018 for tax fraud after pleading guilty the fall prior.
  4. space
    Look at This Giant Martian Skating RinkDid you know that aliens love to skate?
  5. news
    New Mom and 10-Month-Old Baby Mauled to Death by Grizzly Bear While CampingValérie Théorêt was on maternity leave at the time of the attack.
  6. the skin we're in
    25 Famous People on Taking Care of Their SkinSkin-care tips from Kristen Stewart, Cate Blanchett, and Justin Bieber.
  7. meanwhile in canada
    Teen Girl Detained for Two Weeks After Accidentally Crossing U.S.-Canada BorderA 19-year-old was sent to a detention center 100 miles from her family after unknowingly entering the U.S. while on a jog.
  8. How The Good Fight Brought the Trump Era to TV, From the Pee Tape to #MeTooThe show’s second season spun real-life news into fleet-footed TV.
  9. Her Body and Other Parties Is in Development As a Black Mirror-esque SeriesGina Welch of The Terror is attached to write.
  10. new faces of things
    Cate Blanchett Will Be Even More BeautifulShe has a new role with Giorgio Armani Beauty.
  11. r kelly
    Spotify Will No Longer Promote R. Kelly on Its PlaylistsHe has been found in violation of Spotify’s new Hate Content and Hateful Conduct policies.
  12. eco-friendly
    Hawaii Wants to Ban Some Sunscreens for a Good ReasonTurns out, it’s bad for the environment.
  13. The Voters Have Spoken: Manhattan Beach Is This Summer’s One Book to ReadJennifer Egan’s novel won the 2018 “One Book, One New York” contest.
  14. Why the New York Times Is Making a Podcast About ISISCaliphate is a stunner of a podcast. Here’s how it all came together.
  15. last night on late night
    John Oliver Compares Sinclair News Anchors to Members of a ‘Brainwashed Cult’It’s the media version of Wild Wild Country.
  16. funny business
    Vulture Just Got a Whole Lot FunnierSplitsider.com has had a significant influence on our approach to comedy journalism, which is why we’re so excited to have acquired it.
  17. The Women’s March One Year Later: Through the Eyes of an Organizer“I think it’s time that we be able to have a say in how our government is run and how society treats us.”
  18. the humor section
    You Hit the Paywall, You Stupid F***ing Idiot, by Brian AglerDid you forget that journalism costs money?
  19. everyday heroes
    Here’s a Video of Your New Crush Rescuing a Bunny From a WildfireA hero for our times.
  20. Amazon Prime Video Finally Arrives on Apple TVIt’s so heartwarming when two massive companies can get along.
  21. Teleprompter Trump vs. Unscripted Trump, a ComparisonThe difference between Trump on and off script.
  22. Science of Us Is Joining the CutSome personal news.
  23. Here’s What the New Location of Women-Only Social Club The Wing Will Look LikeAudrey Gelman’s second social club in Soho will take flight in October.
  24. restaurant power rankings
    Grub Street’s Restaurant Power Rankings: Where to Eat Right NowFind out where to eat in our weekly ranking of the city’s most important restaurants.
  25. closings
    Maple’s Delivery Service Will Cease Operations in New YorkLondon-based Deliveroo has purchased the company.
  26. on politics
    Kellyanne Conway Is No Longer Welcome to Appear on Morning Joe“She’s just saying things.”
  27. crime scene
    Police Are After a Man Who Thew a Bomb into a Crowded L.A. Cheesecake FactoryLuckily no injuries have been reported.
  28. The Year in News2016 was an absolute nightmare, but thankfully comedy was there to keep us somewhat sane. From the world of television to movies, podcasts, web […]
  29. raw deal
    Pure Food & Wine Owner Gets Offered Lenient Plea Deal for Grand-Larceny ChargesOne to three years is what prosecutors have suggested.
  30. Man Indicted for Murder of L&B Spumoni Gardens Co-ownerAndres Fernandez’s attorney pleaded not guilty on his behalf.
  31. high time
    Denver Becomes the First City to Allow Marijuana Use in Bars and RestaurantsThe measure goes into effect immediately, with a couple of catches.
  32. lists
    Here Are the 2017 Michelin Stars for New York CityNo Le Coucou, but Aska gets two stars.
  33. soda taxes
    Voters Decisively Passed Soda Taxes in 4 More U.S. CitiesSugary drinks took a big hit in the Bay Area and Boulder.
  34. news
    Federal Agents Finally Charged Someone in L&B Spumoni Gardens Co-owner’s KillingSo far, it doesn’t look like there were any Mafia ties.
  35. openings
    Introducing the ‘Sophia Loren,’ New York’s Most Elegant New SundaeThe dessert is just one thing you’ll be able to get at Andrew Carmellini’s restaurant Leuca.
  36. Stranger Things Releases Archival Newscast Why, yes, everyone did wonder what the hell happened to Barb.
  37. Willow and Jaden Smith Joined the Dakota Access Pipeline Protest in North DakotaThe siblings marched with protesters from the Standing Rock Sioux tribe.
  38. shailene woodnymph
    Shailene Woodley Arrested While Protesting “Guys, not to make a bad cinema joke, but there’s some Divergent shit about to happen.”
  39. chelsea bombing
    Chelsea Restaurants Are Struggling in the Wake of Saturday’s ExplosionBy as much as 50 percent.
  40. the chain gang
    De Blasio Says No More Surprise Work Schedules for New York’s Fast-Food WorkersHe backs legislation requiring that those 65,000 employees get their work hours at least two weeks in advance.
  41. awards
    President Obama Will Honor Chef José Andrés With a National Humanities MedalThe award recognizes him for “cultivating our palates and shaping our culture.”
  42. select all
    Facebook PuntsThe site will reinstate a famous photo it removed for violating content guidelines.
  43. Jersey Boys to Leave Broadway in January 2017After 11 years and more than 4,600 shows.
  44. select all
    Facebook’s Fake News and Its Conservative News Problems Are the Same ThingWhen lying and distortion are part of media culture, what is a “neutral” platform to do?
  45. food safety
    New York Will Start Labeling Food Grown in the StateHealthy, ecofriendly products that meet food-safety standards can soon get a “New York Grown & Certified” stamp.
  46. dumb ideas
    New Jersey Might Actually Outlaw Eating While DrivingA new bill would fine violators up to $400 for even a sip of coffee.
  47. 2016 olympics
    NBC Commentator Regrets What He Said on Live TVThis isn’t really helping.
  48. end of an era
    New York City’s Last Remaining Dairy Plant Is ClosingIt will mark the first time since the Dutch arrived that milk won’t be bottled inside city limits.
  49. food labels
    President Obama Signs America’s First GMO-Labeling Bill Into LawIt abolishes Vermont’s rules with a federal set allowing food companies to use QR codes.
  50. crime scene
    NYPD Thinks They’ve Identified the L&B Spumoni Gardens Co-owner’s KillerSurveillance footage shows a man pacing suspiciously in front of Lou Barbati’s home.
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