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The male model who loves roller coasters and older women.
The robot-ization of Wall Street.
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The singer-songwriter tries to put some very bad times behind him.
A step-by-step card trick.
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Taylor Mac’s history of pop.
Queen Sugar borrows the best of indie cinema for television.
A new exhibit at the New Museum reveals the art world’s narrow focus.
Oliver Stone’s Snowden takes its subject’s side.
American Honey uses amateur actors to great effect.
Twenty-five things to see, hear, watch, and read.
The runway as checkout aisle.
Readers sound off on Roger Ailes, Sandy Hook “truthers,” and more.
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Brooklyn Bazaar’s return, designer fishbowls, and how to pack a moving box.
The Trinidadian model with a degree in sustainable development.
Artist Randy Polumbo’s Gowanus studio has a camper on the ceiling. And a shipping container for a bathroom.
At Le Coucou, Paris’s most famous American chef cooks classic French.
Drunken Dumpling brings XL XLB to the East Village.
A Per Se Vet’s new restaurant features a dry-aged cheesesteak topped with Velveeta.
Three excellent new small-batch food finds for home cooks.
The tapioca crêpe is New York’s next great breakfast trend.