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For New York Magazine’s January 6–19, 2020, cover story, writer David Freedlander talks to Alexandria-Ocasio Cortez about her first year in Congress.
High-tech gym equipment.
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Nami Nori is cheap, delicious, and made for millennials.
Rabbit meatballs with carrot.
Our critics explore the lost canon of great talents who never got their due.
Revisiting Broadway juggernauts Hamilton and The Book of Mormon.
Harry Styles pays unsteady homage to his rock-star heroes.
A very Disney, very woo-woo Star Wars installment.
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