He always wanted to be the coolest artist in the world. And if that meant fighting a bunch of lawsuits, so be it.
What 2016 owes to 1993.
Is it possible to own a color (or the absence of one)?
Five lessons from a frothy market.
What Megyn Kelly’s meeting with Donald Trump says about the future of Fox News.
Talking about mass appeal, virtual reality, and lost Bohemia.
LEDs are altering the city’s evening hue, for better and for worse.
The city’s blah nightlife history, its thriving day-dance scene, and how it’s currently trying to sidestep draconian rules.
The Diane Arbus photo that almost killed New York Magazine.
What the comic-book boom means for megastudio auteurism.
Carol Kaye: Brian Wilson’s secret weapon.
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The Girlfriend Experience is one of the best shows of the year.
The Father’s Frank Langella is at a peak as a proud man in humbling decline.
Elvis & Nixon recounts the White House’s weirdest meeting ever.
Twenty-five things to see, hear, watch, and read.
Poised to break out, in clothes to match.
Readers sound off on Donald Trump’s presidential campaign, Etsy, and more.
Our deliberately oversimplified guide to who falls where on our taste hierarchies.
A spinning studio, artist tote bags, and more new stuff in New York stores.
The art-world fixtures who lunch at The Four Seasons.
Pasquale Jones brings something fresh to the dining landscape.
A first look at Foster Sundry’s new sandwich menu.
First look at Barano, the Williamsburg restaurant from Rubirosa’s former chef.
Noma co-founder Claus Meyer’s Agern opens next week at Grand Central Terminal.
Even splashy New York restaurants, like Covina, Nix, and Agern, can’t resist its appeal.
Inside the homes of Vito Schnabel and Adelaide de Menil, a Pesce-heavy apartment, and Alba Clemente’s theater for her clothes.