At 80, director Mike Nichols is one of the rare EGOTs (an Emmy, Grammy, Oscar, and Tony winner). So why take on a revival of Death of a Salesman?
When John Liu was elected comptroller, he was embraced as a hero in his native Flushing.
Law schools are churning out a record number of graduates at a time when the legal-job market has run dry.
Bracelets are back in for dudes, fueling a surge in men’s accessories that has forecasters predicting twenty-year sales highs.
Olympia Snowe and the myth of the noble-but-marginalized centrists.
Our roundup of news from around the city.
Between meetings with the founder of Twitter and Square, who says cashless is nothing—he wants to get past plastic too.
After establishing a restaurant empire in Moscow, Andrey Dellos has infiltrated the Russian Tea Room’s midtown turf.
Thanks to the Wilpon-Madoff mess, Mets fans could be in for an ugly drought.
Readers sound off on the Republican primary, gay history, and more.
Our deliberately oversimplified guide to who falls where on our taste hierarchies.
What makes Mad Men great? Not period details or plot twists.
Jon Hamm and Elisabeth Moss explain the Don-Peggy dynamic.
Julianne Moore didn’t just play Sarah Palin—she fell for her.
Actor-director-writer-producer Mark Duplass is having a very busy 2012.
Friends With Kids is the best breeder movie in years.
The Whitney Biennial’s curators consider the post-crash afterlife.