Life is rigged, play is meritocratic.
Sports may never be a politics-free zone again.
How Trump’s surrogates are revolutionizing the language of lying.
Back on Broadway for a second turn in Sunset Boulevard.
Melania and Ivanka Trump have shed their sex-sells pasts. So now what are they hawking?
Sally Field on acting as a form of resistance.
Of the seven previous Broadway productions of The Glass Menagerie, which foursome would be the all-time greatest?
The women of Girls talk diversity, backlash, and the only character to have matured.
Inside the Dirty Projectors’ Joni Mitchell–inspired studio.
It’s just not the same as you remember.
Including Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, Her, and Obvious Child.
Stars like Julia Roberts and Meg Ryan made their careers in rom-coms. Why have their successors stayed away?
Jordan Peele’s Get Out is the satirical horror movie we’ve been waiting for.
J.M. Coetzee’s starkly beautiful new novel is born of his apathy.
Legion is a decadently imaginative trip.
Twenty-five things to see, hear, watch, and read.
With the most-anticipated collection of Fashion Week leading the way.
Readers sound off on Trumpism, the new editor of Vogue Arabia, and more.
Our deliberately oversimplified guide to who falls where on our taste hierarchies. Mouse over or tap the image for related links.
Australian denim in Soho, a holistic-care pharmacy in Williamsburg, and a women’s-only salon in Bay Ridge.
The marionette collector whose life consists of his toy dog, golf, and cigars.
Life in Trump buildings: the protesters, the new frisson, and the extremely clean floors.
At White Gold, April Bloomfield’s butcher-shop-restaurant, it’s all about the meat.
Untitled’s lettuce wrap is a fish taco so good it doesn’t need a tortilla.
13 promising restaurants opening before spring.