“The greatest saga ever tweeted” finally comes to the big screen.
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One of these people will be the next mayor of New York.
How Amy Chua and Jed Rubenfeld became Yale Law pariahs.
The pandemic’s colonial period.
T’ai chi with the neighbors.
The GOP can win without waging war on democracy.
When I play tennis, my body becomes mine
Matt Gaffney’s latest puzzle.
Readers sound off on John Mulaney, the lab-leak hypothesis, and more.
Our deliberately oversimplified guide to who falls where on our taste hierarchies.
The pandemic forced everyone to simplify their lives and look inward. It’s now time to have fun again.
No takeout, no pasta kits, just the best new (or newly relevant) places to eat.
With Representative Carolyn Maloney, Padma Lakshmi, and more.
Charles Pan-Fried Chicken, 63 Clinton, Runner Up, and more.
The day-by-day (and in some cases, hour-by-hour) itineraries of particularly wonderful, well-thought-out vacations.
Fifty-six places we’ll be drinking, dancing, and hanging out too late this summer.
A downtown-famous party boy is about to become a pandemic parent. Time to go dancing.
The Japanese Breakfast front woman is now a best-selling memoirist.
Because cinema is back, baby!
Conan O’Brien’s writers look back at their funniest bits.
The art of surprising a reader, according to Zakiya Dalila Harris.
The supertall 111 West 57th is what the ruling class builds for itself.
A privately subsidized park that’s sprouting with urban activity.
DMX’s posthumous album is a striking parting message.
The hollowness of Cruella.
Slow Burn’s rigorous, if clinical, look at the run-up to Iraq.
Twenty-five picks for the next two weeks.