Roger Federer isn’t just trying to reclaim his No. 1 ranking this summer. He’s trying to prove that his approach to the game can still triumph.
And other things that Sam Israel, the Ponzi schemer who cheated investors of $450 million and faked his own suicide, truly believed.
Colombian-born college student Angy Rivera has become the movement’s Dear Abby.
Why the chief justice’s embrace of Obamacare should make conservatives very happy.
“I had the one reaction I didn’t expect to have: I was moved.”
A/C gets the cold shoulder.
Listening to R.A. Dickey.
Our roundup of news from around the city.
Opening night at the opera with the victims-compensation guru and “Master of Disasters.”
A look at Ephron’s inaugural New York column.
Carla Gugino can play a seductress or a mom, just not on Mad Men.
How the planners of Governors Island Park learned what worked.
The Amazing Spider-Man: An unnecessary reboot makes a convincing case for itself.
Why Magic Mike is arty, energetic, and soft-core.
Weighing the ambitious Beasts of the Southern Wild.
Why can’t any of this summer’s super-villains hatch an evil plot that makes sense?
Airing Louie near Anger Management is like hanging a Degas next to a dumpster.
Check out our flow chart to find your best match.
Christopher Meloni trades his Law & Order badge for fangs on True Blood.
John Roberts saved the Court, Obama got his policy, and the GOP got its issue.
The Brooklyn-based owners of Colonie and Gran Electrica are expanding their holdings with Governor.
Stackable espresso cups, Tom Ford opens at Woodbury Commons, and more new stuff in stores.
“All my trousers are pretty crazy, but these are definitely the wildest.”
The hotel scene restaurant comes to Brooklyn.
Intensely sweet the day they’re picked, Tristar strawberries are ideal for this quick jam recipe.
Bathing suits with cuts that take you back in time.
A single-family home: how Manhattanites go at the American dream.
Readers sound off on Emma Stone, negative campaigning, and more.
Our deliberately oversimplified guide to who falls where on our taste hierarchies.