Dominican baseball prodigies on the verge of watching everything change. Photographs by Pieter Hugo. Interviews by Joe DeLessio
Silicon Valley’s most feared journalist is part pesky reporter, part clubby power broker. Sometimes she herself wonders about that ratio.
At 86, the infamous ex-con Louisiana politician is running for office again, prison-pen-pal wife and toddler in tow.
For Democrats, education may be the most dangerous issue.
The singer headed to an Airbnb rental in the Louisiana countryside to work on her upcoming album, then traveled to another one in Austin for SXSW.
Talking gluten-free living, and other cults, with the indie ingénue.
Does anyone outside Silicon Valley even want a smartwatch?
The tragicomic novelist has turned one book of his after another into screenplays. Look, now he’s on TV.
Why is it so hard to keep Beaux-Arts museums looking beautiful?
Tina Fey and Amy Poehler defend the homestead on the set of The Nest.
Richard Linklater’s 12-year opus Boyhood finally arrives.
A Master Builder is madly, bitingly, chillingly alive on screen.
The Last Ship puts movie-size mayhem in your living room.
The Strain is cheesy and gory enough to pass muster as turn-off-your-brain summer entertainment.
Extant threatens to float off into space, but at least it’s pretty to look at.
Twenty-five things to see, hear, watch, and read.
Long chains, loose buttons, no bras.
Readers sound off on Justin Bieber, real estate, and more.
Figure out the hidden theme to win a New York subscription.
Enter in the comments section, or on Twitter with the hashtag we’ve provided.
Our deliberately oversimplified guide to who falls where on our taste hierarchies. Roll over the images for related links.
Speedo Vanquisher goggles, step stools, and more new stuff in stores.
“The humidity makes me weep. I always have to wear a hat in the summer.”
At Ivan Orkin’s new Lower East Side restaurant, ramen’s the star.
Rose Bakery’s kedgeree is the latest arrival to these shores.
A roundup of some of the city’s slipperiest, iciest Asian noodle dishes, from Vietnamese bún to Korean kimchee noodle soup.
Going in on a building or apartment with a group of friends, your in-laws, or even complete strangers isn’t as crazy as it sounds.