Kathy Wylde, once an activist, is now the ultimate insider.
“The kids will carry these experiences through life. And it’s not going to be good.”
The GOP’s putsch.
The remaining Rockettes.
Hugh Hamrick, David Sedaris’s better half.
Stacey Abrams on Georgia.
Matt Gaffney’s latest puzzle.
Readers sound off on Joe Biden’s presidential win, the New York Times’ internal reckoning, and more.
Our deliberately oversimplified guide to who falls where on our taste hierarchies.
On the cover of the November 23–December 6, 2020 issue, Brock Colyar reports on the party scene that has emerged in the wake of the pandemic.
Suggestions inspired by what Marie Kondo, Sofia Coppola, Cat Marnell, and many more bought during quarantine.
The last chess shop in the city.
Browses the reopened Chelsea Flea.
An airy West Village studio born from an ill-conceived renovation.
Giftable cookbooks by New York chefs.
Yellow Rose brings fresh flour tortillas, vegan queso, and a honky-tonk vibe to the East Village.
Upgrade your chile oil.
Rapper Ashnikko’s extremely online rise.
Steve McQueen pulled off the year’s best movie scene in Lovers Rock.
How Big Mouth recast the actor voicing its Black character.
Winter reads for anyone who enjoys Henry Miller, James Joyce, or traveling alone.
In its fourth season, The Crown is better than ever.
The best online staging of Chekhov’s The Seagull is in The Sims.
Even when Mank feels aimless, it’s lovely to watch.
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