A striking number of HIV patients are living longer but getting older faster.
Do you like your neighbors? Do you wish you knew their names? These people are building New York’s first co-housing community. Care to join them?
An outline of the show’s history as it enters its 40th season.
Mike Bloomberg’s biggest third-term challenge might be asserting real control over the teachers union.
A recession index.
Our roundup of news from around the city.
Getting over overtime.
Monday in the park with the veteran actress.
A gathering of 2012 experts.
Jordan Seiler, 29, is on a mission to replace outdoor advertisements with art.
Of all the great pizza rivalries, New York vs. New Haven is the one that really counts.
Porcelain water filters, artsy book covers, and more.
Reinterpreting cooking’s most traditional meal.
The German art school that closed76 years ago is still determining what your coffee cup looks like.
What happens when you can qualify for a loan—but the apartment you’re buying can’t?
Readers sound off on Sex Diaries, Neil Simon, and more.
Our deliberately oversimplified guide to who falls where on our taste hierarchies.
The best (Samantha Jones) and worst (Cougar Town) of the species.
How the city is sneaking great little buildings into unexpected places.
The violent and shocking Precious should be more moving than it is.
By the People is not a warts-and-all political exposé.
Robert Bergman’s photographs, finally revealed.
The Urs Fischer–izing of a four-story institution.
The latest in a bumper crop of books about the ethics of eating animals.
The return of Maud Lovelace’s Betsy-Tacy books.