How seriously should you take those recent reports of UFOs? Ask the Pentagon. Or read this primer for the SETI-curious.
James D. Walsh,
Michael Osgood, the department’s sex-crimes commander, couldn’t nab Weinstein the first time he tried. He won’t let that happen again.
The nanny murder trial New York can’t look away from.
Shopping with drag kid and LGBTQIA herstorian Desmond Napoles, a.k.a. Desmond Is Amazing.
Did MLB’s free agents get screwed, or are owners finally wising up?
Twenty-five things to see, hear, watch, and read.
Readers sound off on how to raise a boy, the aftermath of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas shooting, and more.
Our deliberately oversimplified guide to who falls where on our taste hierarchies.
A new wave of youths who like old things.
Teyana Taylor’s nail salon, a new gym from Chelsea Piers, and high-design Seder plates.
The operations director who used to pay rent by selling CDs on the street.
Risbo’s Franco-Brooklyn rotisserie and Tender Greens’ homey plates take fast-casual to another level.
New York’s best tearoom has a new Taiwanese-inspired menu.
Mark Bittman and Dr. David L. Katz patiently answer pretty much every question we could think of about healthy food.
He became famous for embodying classic rock-and-roll nonchalance. These days he’s more interested in showing how deeply he’s engaged.
The Recovering is a 534-page palimpsest of Jamison’s battle with alcoholism that doesn’t adhere to the typical recovery narrative structure.
They aren’t as sad about the end of their show as you might think.
Conjuring snow and ice with everything from sculptural set pieces to video and lighting effects.
Steven Soderbergh’s Unsane toys with reality.
Stanley Tucci’s Final Portrait is quietly brilliant.
Granting Santiago Ramón y Cajal’s work the attention it deserves.
The Sparsholt Affair bridges the gay generation gap.