Ben Crump has fought some 250 police-brutality cases and is the hardest-working attorney in the country.
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Shari Redstone, firmly in charge of a media empire, is out to change the house her father built.
The Nets beat the Knicks, but Knicks fans: Don’t despair.
Our restaurant critic Adam Platt joins the mold-eating cult of the world’s leading culinary demigod.
After a splashy launch, JFK’s TWA Hotel has become an aviation nerd’s paradise.
Emily Adams Bode, ringmaster.
Matt Gaffney’s latest puzzle.
Readers sound off on E. Jean Carroll’s history of the “Hideous Men” she has encountered, and her allegation that President Trump attacked her.
Our deliberately oversimplified guide to who falls where on our taste hierarchies.
New York Magazine’s July 8–21, 2019, issue features Jessica Pressler on the battle for a Brooklyn preschool; Irin Carmon on Shari Redstone; and more.
The top beauty picks of Buzz Bissinger.
Seafaring tourists on a harbor cruise come ashore.
The Underground Gourmet’s summer guide to eating en plein air.
Succession’s Sarah Snook can’t believe her luck.
Mapping out a quintuple-threat.
Few people know Baltimore like Laura Lippman does.
Taking back Question Hound.
Google’s reimagining of Toronto.
The female gaze is strong in Ophelia.
Lil Nas X’s post-‘Old Town Road’ EP is a mess.
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