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Once America got interested in soccer, FIFA was screwed.
Six portraits of Civil War soldiers, 150 years after they returned home to New York.
On the best (and cheapest!) prosthetic penis in Hollywood.
At lunch with the anthropologist who introduced the world to the Upper East Side “wife bonus.”
Inside this year’s extremely taxing Tony race.
Dead authors’ new offerings.
The boys of The Wolfpack.
Why EDM just keeps growing, who’s making money off it, and where to actually go dancing.
Love and Mercy’s good vibes.
The Wolfpack’s insights into pop violence.
The view from One World Trade Center.
Jessica Jackson Hutchins’s way with clay.
Twenty-five things to see, hear, watch, and read.
Playing dress-up with the flamenco-inspired choreographer Blanca Li.
Readers sound off on Fieldston’s race experiment, Yoko Ono, and more.
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On-demand copters; Charming Charlie arrives from Texas.
The student with a Harlem Renaissance–meets–Isabella Stewart Gardner aesthetic.
A site that lets you custom-upholster the living room.
Two East Village neighbors offer refined riffs on Spam and Ssam.
Estela’s coconut-flavored strawberry sorbet.
Wake up late, go out never, have someone hand-feed you a banana.