Portrait of an empty city.
An emergency-room doctor in Elmhurst.
A high-school teacher who just wants to keep her kids talking.
A celebrated chef in a post-restaurant world.
A Harlem pastor keeps the faith.
Trump’s return to prime time.
La’Darius Marshall is the real breakout star of Cheer.
The pandemic’s profiteers.
Bernie’s revolution, after 2020.
Matt Gaffney’s latest puzzle.
Readers sound off on surviving this plague, unschooling, and more.
Our deliberately oversimplified guide to who falls where on our taste hierarchies.
In New York’s April 13–26, 2020, issue, the magazine looks at how its namesake city is faring four weeks into an unprecedented crisis.
Stretchy, soft, and stylish sweatpants.
To needlepoint, with Parker Posey.
Couch-surfing with the stars of Broadway.
Katie Stout gets by with a little art from her friends.
Bulk quantities, incomplete orders, and pristine produce: What happens when restaurant suppliers brave home delivery.
Late night goes DIY.
Thundercat on disco and sobriety.
The creators of Parks and Rec, Frasier, Veep, and more on how their stars would survive a pandemic.
Unorthodox unveils one young woman’s rebirth.
Misandry is survival in The Other Lamb.
Future Nostalgia is one of the best pop albums of the young year.
Our biweekly guide to what to see, hear, read, and watch from home.