The long-serving NYPD commissioner is autocratic, dismissive of civil-liberties concerns—and effective.
The politics at ground zero have been painfully difficult.But its construction demands may be even worse.
This week, His Holiness returns to the city for four days of talks at Radio City Music Hall.
Larry Summers, relentlessly smart and just as abrasive, saved Elena Kagan’s career.
The price of perfect.
Our roundup of news from around the city.
Gay guys who love ex-girls, and other Brooklyn permutations.
The actor talks about greed, playing the bad guy, and his troubled son, Cameron.
Readers sound off on LeBron James, Uniqlo, and more.
Our deliberately oversimplified guide to who falls where on our taste hierarchies.
Rem D Koolhaas’s block heels, the Rug Company gets a face-lift, and more.
“I thought, You know what? I’m going to kill it with cuteness today. “
Good food and great atmosphere make the Smile a perfect pit stop.
Robert Newton’s notion of “cleaned-up Southern” is what will be showcased at his first restaurant, Seersucker.
Sweet and plump, wild blue mussels straight from Long Island Sound are here.
An up-to-the-moment manual for the New York City drinker.
On the return of bidding wars and how to avoid one.
Sex columnist Dan Savage takes his husband and son to a musical about themselves.
Singer, dancer, and arts impresario, Janelle Monae is both a throwback and explosively original.
Ridley Scott’s Robin Hood steals from a rich legacy while ripping off poor moviegoers.
“The guy in ‘Jizz in My Pants’ who’s not Andy Samberg.”
The untamed beauty of Monet’s last paintings.
The people to see at P.S.1.