She isn’t the governor of Georgia. So what should she do next? Abrams is conflicted.
Cathy Guisewite made a wildly successful comic strip by and for women. But to her critics, she’s just another example of compromised feminism.
What the president’s compulsive phone habits say about him.
Strangers on the street tell us how the presidency will end.
Ta-Nehisi Coates on race relations and the Dems in the Trump era.
Readers sound off on socialists and Peter Bogdanovich.
Our deliberately oversimplified guide to who falls where on our taste hierarchies.
Matt Gaffney’s latest puzzle.
Goth boots, RBG, primary-color pant-suits, and Cathy Horyn on Karl’s swan song.
High-design rocking chairs, ModCloth’s vintage-inspired store, and Japanese home goods.
The Parsons student who works at a larping camp in the summer.
Forget abs and quads — show your ears and toes some love.
Rocco DiSpirito makes a nostalgic return to the kitchen at the Standard Grill.
Mister Paradise’s apple-pie hot pocket is a refined take on a familiar favorite.
What to eat at New York’s glitziest new mall.
Terry Gilliam’s 30 years spent tilting at windmills.
Paul Cadmus’s atlas of American violence.
Jodie Comer plays the kind of assassin you might like to go shopping with.
A former critic, and co-creator of Beetlejuice on Broadway, can’t shake the fear.
With Us, Jordan Peele’s horror syntax keeps growing.
Be More Chill does high school with knowing wickedness.
Kingdom is resonant and disturbing.
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