The Democrats need a fighter in the Senate more than ever, just as their wiliest is departing.
A head that looked like a butt, lots of frogs, and one infamous gorilla: 2016’s viral internet in six short pages.
Madison Malone Kircher,
Michael Flynn’s appointment contains the sum of all fears of a Trumpian government.
Plotting a Trump dinner party with Washington’s most famous hostess.
Has Silicon Valley already created a Muslim registry?
A year ago, Kate Elazegui and Emily Kehe, a married couple, gave birth to boys three days apart.
Director Alfonso Cuarón revisits Children of Men, his overlooked 2006 masterpiece, which might be the most relevant film of 2016.
Norman Lear and Gloria Calderon Kellet bring back a ‘70s sitcom staple, recast for the 21st century.
Imagining a wooden skyline.
Our annual, extremely scientific bracket to determine who lost the least this year.
Denzel Washington’s Fences gets stuck between stage and screen.
Paterson evokes the inner world of the artist but flirts with twee.
Eric Fischl’s great new work of American art can only be seen on Facebook — and here.
A pair of reinvented Othellos.
Twenty-five things to see, hear, watch, and read.
Jamie Kern Lima made a fortune on makeup by revealing her real skin.
Readers sound off on our reasons to love New York City, immigrant New Yorkers, and more.
Our deliberately oversimplified guide to who falls where on our taste hierarchies. Mouse over or tap the image for related links.
Glossier opens its first store, colorful champagne glasses, and more.
The NYU student who really, really loves toast.
Adam Platt’s annual restaurant survey with all sorts of soothing intelligence and advice, such as where to find the best new pasta joints in Brooklyn.
Including Daniel Rose and Stephen Starr’s elaborate haute-bistro collaboration and a whole new roster from the Obamas’ favorite pasta chef.
Ticketed restaurant reservations, absurdist cocktail names, chef-backstory narratives, and more.