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Is Palantir, Big Data’s most-hyped surveillance company, as scary as they want us to believe?
A Court seat opens, and Democrats mourn and scramble.
The law was never meant to protect Breonna Taylor.
Century 21 was a New York place for New York people.
Matt Gaffney’s latest puzzle.
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Space heaters for the stoop and more.
To buying a secondhand coat online.
Attends a Rosh Hashanah service at the Queens County Farm.
The city’s Open Restaurants initiative has been extended permanently and year-round.
How does the traditionally intimate, cloistered experience translate to an outdoor setting?
Filmmaker Kirsten Johnson moves from war zones to slapstick patricide.
A pivotal gay play in the era of Netflix and RuPaul.
Three paintings, one apostle, and a Baroque artist’s revolutionary slowness.
An oddly hilarious alternative to live comedy.
In its fourth season, Fargo kneecaps itself.
The Nest is a virtuosic look at familial implosion.
Meet the Philharmonic in Central Park.
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