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Andrew Sullivan’s blogging obsessions, quantified.
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Robert Fairchild riffs on Gene Kelly.
The “queen of steam” is piping mad at the retail giant.
Matthew Weiner analyzes the show’s final, official poster.
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Hamilton is a treasury of big ideas and ingenious music.
Twenty-five things to see, hear, watch, and read.
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The Cut’s Golden Peacock Awards.
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Austrian twins who share almost everything.
Artist George Venson’s tiny, pattern-filled Chinatown studio.
Alt-cigar tours, boccaccio plays, rooftop duck confit.
Serious Thai at Kao Soy and Lan Larb Soho.
Santina’s sushi-style guanciale e pepe rice.
Traditional Mexican dishes at Rosie’s.
What to eat at Coffeed’s latest charity-supporting outpost.
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