Jeff Zucker has endured cancer, Hollywood, and the perennial expectations that come with having been TV’s wunderkind. So why not take on CNN?
Birdman, a movie so odd and challenging that Batman had no choice but to say yes.
The game can kill boys—and save them. But liberals tend to misunderstand its relation to male aggression.
Are threesomes letting couples act even more couple-y?
Hugh Jackman’s 5:45 a.m. workout crew.
Visiting Stonewall and Broadway with Gene Robinson, the first openly gay bishop.
At least not if they’re in Arabic or Chinese.
What Bud Selig hath wrought—and not just in baseball.
This is her moment, and she knows she deserves it.
What editors, students, and Waldos toted along to the Brooklyn Book Festival.
X Japan is one of the biggest rock bands in the world. Just not in this hemisphere yet.
The well-worn T-shirts from Debbie Harry’s collection.
Miles Teller pounds the skins, and takes a beating, in Whiplash.
Birdman is the very definition of a tour de force.
Onstage, The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time is a different animal.
The Country House needs a total renovation.
In its own sweet way, ABC’s black-ish is a landmark show.
The Affair makes skillful use of smartly cast actors.
Twenty-five things to see, hear, watch, and read.
Museum exhibitions bring high fashion to a whole new set of eyes.
Readers sound off on Airbnb, Derek Jeter, and more.
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Two new women-friendly tattoo parlors, Parisian takes on splatterware, and more new stuff in stores.
“Chanel threw me a surprise birthday party at their store. Can you imagine? It was fabulous.”
At élan, downtown-dining pioneer David Waltuck dates himself.
Introducing Emmett’s no-ketchup-allowed Chicago dog.
A carefully excavated house in Antwerp offered up its secrets.
Paola Navone’s garret apartment in a former Milanese factory.
A Cobble Hill townhouse that feels more like a loft.
A Shanghai warehouse turned hotel that, at first glance, looks like it hasn’t been touched.