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The Albee estate’s misguided decision to block a Virginia Woolf production starring a black actor.
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Jerry Saltz on a great work of art from 1875 that’s never been seen in any museum.
Moving The Great Comet from a makeshift tent to a big Broadway house.
Samantha Irby: funny, ribald, not Roxane Gay.
Political reporter David Weigel outs himself as a different kind of progressive.
Christopher Plummer’s redemption with The Exception.
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Shirley Manson is worried women rockers are going extinct.
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West Village menswears shops, updated valet stands, and how to create surfer hair.
The “hype girl” who put Brad Pitt at ease.
Squiggles, wacky geometry: Memphis is back.
With his posh new midtown Empellón, Alex Stupak means business.
Could sunchokes be your next vegetable obsession?
At Cervo’s, the menu comprises raw oysters and preserved seafood, and shareable entrées like whole fish cooked on the plancha.
Kubeh is a full-fledged 60-seat restaurant devoted to and named after the dish, with five types of kubeh and four broths to go with them.
Blue Hill’s bone-ash cheese is now available for retail sale.