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‘What’s Delegate Allocation vs. Delegate Selection?’: A GOP Nomination-Process Guru Answers All
The road through Cleveland often seems insanely complicated. But if anybody knows the answers to the key questions, it's the University of Georgia's Josh Putnam.
By Ed Kilgore
The Two Sides of the Great Hoverboard War Start Gaining Troops
Russell Crowe and a hoverboarding priest versus Bill Bratton.
By Jaime Fuller
The New Rules of Social-Media Etiquette (and How to Passive-Aggressively Break Them)
Hating wedding hashtags is so 2013.
By Maureen O'Connor
The Emmys’ Rules Change; Orange Is the New Black No Longer a ‘Comedy’
Lots of changes.
By Joe Adalian
Chefs Explain How to Succeed in the Restaurant World
April Bloomfield, David Chang, Wylie Dufresne, Mario Carbone, Alex Stupak, and others have a few things to tell you.
By Hugh Merwin
Adulthood Is Made of Budgets, Soup, and Manners
The problem with most lists of adulthood advice: too many black lace bras and around-the-world trips.
By Allison P Davis
Q&A: The Woman Who Is Rewriting the Rules of Pregnancy
Economist Emily Oster took a hard look at the stats behind conventional wisdom. Go ahead, have that glass of wine.
By Erica Schwiegershausen
Ten Street-Styling Tricks We Learned From Fashion Week
Ideas you can try this weekend, with things you probably already own.
By Veronica Misako Gledhill and Stella Bugbee
LIRR Riders Will No Longer Be Able to Drink on the Train in the Middle of the Night
Just on the weekends, though.
By Caroline Bankoff
New Oscar Eligibility Rules Require That Docs Be Reviewed in the New York Times
Documentaries will have to have a New York or L.A. Times review to be eligible for an Oscar nomination.
By Margaret Lyons
New Oscar Campaign Rules Target Twitter, Fun
No more partying with nominees.
By Amanda Dobbins
Don’t You Know Who I Am?
'Esquire' 'Rules for Men' addresses dining and dialing, among other foodie topics.
By Jenny Miller
Should Critics Wear Microphones?
One Chicago critic is called out.
By Nick Kindelsperger
People Keep Coming Up With ‘Rules’ for Drinking, Fail to Realize How Easy It Actually Is
This is not that complicated, people.
By Alan Sytsma
Going to Restaurants: Ur Doin’ It Wrong
Stop salting your food, you dummies.
By Alan Sytsma
In Shutdown, CrackBerrying White House Staffers Are a Few Clicks From the Clink
Using a government-issued personal device during a shutdown could result in jail time.
By Patrick Huguenin
Nick Folk Didn’t Know His Field Goal Won Sunday’s Game
He thought the Lions would get possession.
By Joe DeLessio
What It Takes to Work at Má Pêche
Compulsive pointers need not apply.
By Aileen Gallagher
Inglourious Basterds, Single Man, and The Road Ineligible for WGA Awards
Some worried about whether Harvey's decision not to send screeners might hurt the movies chances. Turns out they couldn't win anyway.
By Lane Brown
State Liquor Authority: ‘How We Doin’?’
The SLA wants to hear what you think of it.
By Daniel Maurer