The genius painter works fast — he has to.
Rachel Kaadzi Ghansah
The crime that is Rikers’ women’s jail.
John H. Tucker
The genesis of Trump’s family-separation policy.
Rock-and-roll sharks at the New York Aquarium.
Trying to make sense of a young son’s suicide.
Twenty-five things to see, hear, watch, and read.
Readers sound off on the inner workings of Netflix, Vice Media, and more.
Our deliberately oversimplified guide to who falls where on our taste hierarchies.
New York Magazine’s national correspondent Gabriel Debenedetti spoke to former and current Obama staffers about his post-White House life.
Ecoartists in comfort coveralls.
Arty pool floats, sunglasses on Spring Street, and a homey linen shop.
The dog walker who hitchhiked across the country.
Simple glamour in Annie Hall’s old building.
La Mercerie conveys you straight to France without the packing or the jet lag.
Breakfast at the newest Smile to Go includes these serious Moroccan pancakes.
At Kish-Kash in the West Village, chef Einat Admony is out to prove that only hand-rolled couscous is worth eating.
Slightly random, completely subjective, 100 percent delicious — the best new things to eat and drink right now, ranked.
The director on his new memoir, clues to his films, and the tastiest chips in the world.
Female rage is let loose in the author’s thriller Give Me Your Hand.
The making of SNL’s “Black Jeopardy!”
The bandleaders of The Band’s Visit.
On Everything Is Love, Beyoncé and Jay-Z are performing a marriage in real time.
A father and daughter live way off the grid in Leave No Trace.
Three Identical Strangers is a knockout documentary.
Lydia Millet, who recently released a new story collection, Fight No More, should be way more famous.
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