A year after Freddie Gray’s death, murders in Baltimore have soared.
The years after virality.
Vivitrol, a drug designed to prevent heroin addicts from getting high, forces life into focus.
The right-wing mind is fixated on the imagined enemy at home instead of the real one abroad.
What will happen when editing our genes is as easy as cut-and-paste?
On Zoolander, accessories, and not being too serious.
Suddenly, they don’t seem afraid of defending abortion rights.
Anthony Daniels’s transformation into C-3PO.
From the Pfefferman siblings.
Sofia Coppola talks about getting into the holiday spirit.
How you bring an awe-inspiring whale to (cinematic) life.
From director Ivo van Hove.
The Big Short is a masterpiece.
Adele has aged gracefully — if predictably.
Fargo and The Leftovers make a case for the power of a strong second season.
Twenty-five things to see, hear, watch, and read.
An (imaginary) dinner party with Gloria Steinem, Oprah, and North West on the guest list.
Readers sound off on Bed-Stuy’s MacDonough Street, R. Kelly, and more.
Our deliberately oversimplified guide to who falls where on our taste hierarchies.
Holiday pop-ups hit midtown; four stylish menorahs.
The Muslim ceramic artist on life post–Paris attacks.
An experimental theater on the Bowery turned Moroccan-inspired family home.
Maple brings fresh hope (and complimentary Christina Tosi cookies) to desk jockeys.
Asian carp (a.k.a. the Kentucky tuna).
A glamorous first supper at Café Henrie, the brainchild of Parisian artist André Saraiva.