A guide to the complicated world of children’s movies and television.
It’s a struggle to play dirty on the political internet.
Simon van Zuylen-Wood
Trump vs. Bezos.
VSCO girls and wife guys and internet stans, oh my!
Bobbi Salvör Menuez, Renaissance person.
Drunk shopping at Nordstrom.
Matt Gaffney’s latest puzzle.
Readers sound off on reasons to love New York, Attorney General William Barr, and more.
Our deliberately oversimplified guide to who falls where on our taste hierarchies.
New York Magazine’s December 23, 2019-January 5, 2020 issue cover story looks at the pervasive threat of white supremacy in America.
Eating off seven slightly different direct-to-consumer dishes.
Under the big tent.
A backyard yurt in Bed-Stuy.
How three iconic food shops are using new branches — and the universal appeal of the sandwich — to grow their brands.
Our picks for the top new pizzas, pasta, burgers, and desserts of 2019, ranked.
Our critics celebrate the latest Tarantino, a South Korean black comedy, and the return of Eddie Murphy.
In a year with way too many great TV shows, our critics pick their 10 absolute favorites.
This year should be remembered as a bridge between music’s past and future.
From an experimental memoir of domestic abuse to the one that broke 10,000 brains.
In a noisy year for the medium, some of the best projects turned out to be personal, individualistic, and quiet.
From an art-world protest to a radically original self-portraitist.
Our favorite hour-long specials of the year featuring Wanda Sykes, Anthony Jeselnik, Julio Torres, and more.
A rough year for institutions, a great year for their music.
Who’d have thought the real voice of a generation would be Lana Del Rey?
Our biweekly guide to what to see, hear, read, and watch in New York City. Plus, the best new releases in TV, movies, music, and more.