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What went wrong with the platform that was supposed to change everything.
The actress is ready to reintroduce herself.
After decades onscreen, nothing surprises the Westworld actress, though what she’s ready to share will surprise you.
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How studios are scrambling to make TV.
Confessions from the writers, directors, and producers.
Could Biden turn Texas blue?
New York co-founder Milton Glaser remade the world of design.
Two weeks with Rachel Noerdlinger, the movement’s publicist.
The deadly problems with nursing-home design.
Matt Gaffney’s latest puzzle.
Readers sound off on Bill de Blasio, the drama behind the New York City lifeguard corps, and more.
Our deliberately oversimplified guide to who falls where on our taste hierarchies.
Writer E. Alex Jung profiles the star, whose show I May Destroy You is one of the most sublimely unsettling shows of the year.
How to keep your apartment cool during what could be a historically hot summer.
A social club for people of color goes global.
Riding the train again.
Living in a once-sacred space in Jersey City.
With the reopening of New York restaurants, all food is street food.
Farewell to obsessive napkin folding, complimentary bread baskets, and communal seating.
Two Last Suppers: one revolutionary and prevailing, the other genius and forgotten.
Palm Springs is a charming, albeit conventional, rom-com.
Slow Burn: David Duke is a scorching look at white supremacy in America.
On his new album, Bob Dylan asks, “How does it feel … to be Bob Dylan?”
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