Anne Hathaway is both theater nerd and Hollywood starlet, do-gooder and glamour-seeker. And this summer she is also both boy and girl.
89-year-old Manhattan D.A. Robert Morgenthau has set himself one last duty before stepping away.
The actor stars in his first romantic comedy, 500 Days of Summer—a love story for his generation.
Twelve writers on their most memorable summer flings.
If the Obamas join the Clintons and Caroline Kennedy on the island this August, they’ll be visiting a vacationland known for its liberal politics.
The hippies at Woodstock seem anachronistic, but look around. More and more city dwellers today are scrutinizing their food sources.
Why do older gay men and younger ones often seem so far apart?
Two years ago, national gay activists hatched a plan to turn the State Senate Democratic. Thus began the Albany ring cycle
How much philanthropy can one couple handle— even with a net worth of $1.5 billion?
Underneath the Albany slapstick is a tragedy of governmental indecision.
Here’s to heating up the Subway Series.
Our roundup of news from around the city.
A postfeminist how-to.
Pages from Surf Journals, collages made by lifelong surfer Tony Caramanico.
The fearsome First Amendment lawyer and his documentarian daughter visit the family’s old candy store in the Bronx. Weeping ensues.
On a dreary afternoon, Ashanti is admiring a sketch of a pair of pumps for her red-carpet debut as Dorothy in The Wiz.
Christina Courtin, 25, entered Juilliard to master the violin but came out a singer-songwriter—and then got signed to Nonesuch Records.
The Asian-sandwich trend gathers significant steam with Xie Xie (Mandarin for “thank you”).
The president’s rhetoric has helped make change seem possible in Iran and the Middle East. Now comes the hard part.
Readers sound off on Kirsten Gillibrand, Palin vs. Letterman, and more.
Our deliberately oversimplified guide to who falls where on our taste hierarchies.
Has New York lost its great chance with an architectural legend? Gehry speaks.
Visceral and addictive, The Hurt Locker is one hell of a war film.
Even though no one’s yet read Thomas Pynchon’s Inherent Vice, we’re already expecting the movie adaptation to sweep the Oscars.
Can the studio whiz save even a rank amateur? If only. But it could have been worse.
As rock bands everywhere take their moves from Iggy Pop, he has gone the way of the…chansonnier?
There’s too much art about art at the Biennale. But maybe something’s coming out of the other side of that black hole.