Russell goes to the mat for God’s being sexy, mainstream.
Or he gets spittin’ mad.
Fox News anchor to tend bar.
Enron-trial love connection.
In a week when the temperature hit 100, the numbers didn’t always add up.
If the Lincoln Town Car drives off into the sunset, how will Graydon Carter get home at night?
Do cramped New Yorkers want the spirits of their departed forebears as roommates?
Beirut as a case study in the fragility of cosmopolitanism.
A random poll of 100 passersby about the Lebanon-Israel conflict, taken on one of the most diverse streets in the city.
The politicians and talking heads backing Israel are coming to the right conclusion in the worst possible way.
Is Mark Cuban the next Ted Turner?
A therapist to cure your kid’s swimming-pool phobia, leather flyswatters, and more.
Dimitri Gatanas of Dimitri’s Garden Center.
Store openings this week.
A personal shopper who gave up on name-brand designers.
A mother questions the limits of baby-centric urban society.
Where to get early-morning pampering.
Expensive condos reach out to the toddler demographic.
Two popular downtown restaurants have moved into larger spaces, which improves your chances of getting in the door.
You don’t need to be at the beach to eat that way. Here’s how a few local restaurants compensate.
Our picks from HERE Arts Center’s American Living Room Festival of new work by emerging playwrights and directors.
Highlights from the annual Celebration of Queer Culture at Dixon Place ($15 for each; call 212-219-0736 for tickets and details).
Most of the time, opera is a strictly no-food-and-drink affair. Not this week.
Three solo shows—big work by big names—to distract you from the heat.
NYHS goes CSI.
Steve Carell gets all Hollywoody.
Being supercool is surprisingly complicated for Colin Farrell and Jamie Foxx in the excellent Miami Vice.
From various cinemas, Manhattan.
What 25 years of MTV hath wrought.
The tiny but effective portraits of Jean-Étienne Liotard.
Is the Neue Galerie’s new Klimt worth all that gold?
Rock legends from Springsteen to Morrissey get the “Jukebox” treatment.
Nilaja Sun’s funny and jarring play about high school in the Bronx.
Grendel is a better monster than an opera.
Our deliberately oversimplified guide to who falls where on our taste hierarchies.
Once an up-and-coming Democratic star, Joe Lieberman is now fighting off an insurgency that threatens to upend his political life.
Cast out of his home in Romania by the communists, Dr. Bartha loved his piece of America. Then his divorce threatened to dispossess him again.