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Ken and Ben Lerer fund 185 tech companies—and counting.
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A quick primer on veganism’s outliers-to-Oprah path.
Litchi martinis and comedy shoptalk with the Harvard Lampoon’s new president.
Our roundup of news from around the city.
Readers sound off on Adam Platt, affordability, and more.
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An Umbra juicer, iron storage basket, and more new stuff in stores.
“I miss New York so much when I leave. Every time I come back, I kiss the ground I’m so happy.”
Bucket bags to fill, cinch, and carry.
Villard Michel Richard brings nostalgic decadence back to midtown.
A zestily spiced collard greens sauté adapted from Alice Waters’s new book, The Art of Simple Food II.
The new breed of health-conscious cuisine is low on deprivation, high on flavor, and branded to the hilt.
An emphatic case for not hitting the snooze button.
Margot Robbie is Scorsese’s new muse and a so-so ice skater.
The annual distribution of shiny gold statues has officially commenced. Here’s a primer.
George Eliot’s key to all morality.
The art world wakes up, once again, to Marie Cosindas.
The murder mystery is beside the point in the existentialist cop drama True Detective.
A once-in-a-lifetime visit to the Frick.
A compromised renovation plan comes down to: Does MoMA want to be great, or just popular?
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