Reflections on the celebrity projection screen known as TomKat.
From his new home base in Brooklyn, the British novelist and firebrand talks to David Wallace-Wells
How one man’s mysterious past upended a college’s sense of purpose—and its president’s sense of its liberal mission.
Sanford J. Ungar
There have been at least 125 fatal mass shootings in the United States since Columbine.
The story lines that redefine tragedies.
Marissa Mayer and the lessons of Sarah Palin.
Our roundup of news from around the city.
It’s Grindr’s fault.
Bagging batteries and playing matchmaker with the geek darlings of public radio.
Is Gina Gershon the queen of NC-17?
The Kodak Colorama, back in Grand Central.
Batman gets an overstuffed send-off in Christopher Nolan’s The Dark Knight Rises.
Film critic vs. art critic on Christian Marclay’s The Clock.
Why does Mitt Romney have such a hard time talking about what matters most to him?
Murray’s Cheese Bar is a 56-seat restaurant serving fromage in all its sharp and stinky forms.
Vrac Rosé from Provence, a computer brush, and more new stuff in stores.
“I study American history. That’s what I’m passionate about.”
A pair of beloved West Coast restaurants, one Thai, the other Chinese, open outposts in New York.
At each stage, Poona kheera is sweet and juicy and about as crunchy as Honeycrisp apple.
With an increasing number of restaurants growing their own, we compare the crops.
The classic shape in all sorts of sizes.
Masked superheroes, buzzy bookstores, technorati food trucks.
Readers sound off on Spike Lee, Reddit, and more.
Our deliberately oversimplified guide to who falls where on our taste hierarchies.