Self-portraits by Graham MacIndoe.
What it takes to be an online-dating superstar.
If an isolated Supermax convict can launch a hunger strike of 30,000, then solitary confinement means what, exactly?
How the GOP sabotaged the man who was once its savior.
The indie musician gets some rare downtime in New York before the touring onslaught for her fifth album, St. Vincent.
Sizing up Nashville, her new town, with the short-story master.
An icon at 70.
Half the people who send lewd messages are just not that into it. So why press “send”?
In the most competitive Oscar season ever, a cabal of internet oddsmakers is keeping score.
These seven artists will engage with the old Whitney building as they close it down.
The movies, performers, and cuisines that inspired Kristen Bell.
When he knew he wanted to make it a musical. In the ring with the “boy genius” of theater.
Wes Anderson moves out of the dollhouse with The Grand Budapest Hotel.
If The Wind Rises is really Hiyao Miyazaki’s last film, he’s going out on a high.
Kids for Cash provides a measure of justice.
Beck’s Morning Phase is expertly made, but a terminal bummer.
Don’t look for a God cameo in the new Cosmos.
Jerry Saltz has created six walking tours of galleries, museums, and the street, singling out 44 particular pieces he loves.
25 things to see, hear, watch, and read.
Bil Donovan paints the runways.
Maciek Jasik’s striking, kaleidoscopic interpretations of the season’s brightest.
Fashion for those who realize they’re one in 7 billion.
You may have heard that we are moving from publishing weekly to publishing biweekly. Well: This is it.
Readers sound off on our Spring Fashion Issue, the Man Repeller, and more.
Our deliberately oversimplified guide to who falls where on our taste hierarchies. Roll over the images for related links.
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Figure out the hidden theme to win a New York subscription.
Tribeca’s mini design district, Space Ninety 8 opens in Williamsburg, and more.
“Right now I’m really into World War II clothes.”
At home with Picasso biographer Sir John Richardson.
Mission Chinese’s Danny Bowien tackles the taco.
Fung Tu’s original egg roll version 2.
From Adelegger to Zimbro, the current cheesescape defined.