Is the infamous producer gone for good?
A wave of discontent crashes on a progressive prosecutor.
Why Joe Biden’s racial-justice agenda is stalled.
Getting physical at the public library.
Kathryn Garcia, political celebrity.
A parallel-parking job that ignited the internet.
Matt Gaffney’s latest puzzle.
Readers sound off on the pandemic dog market, a new kind of restorative justice, and the leaker known as “Second Snowden.”
Our deliberately oversimplified guide to who falls where on our taste hierarchies.
The cover image features a self-portrait collage by So using Southeast Asian stamps from October 2020.
Products passed down in famous families.
Kitesurfing, rare-flower markets, and modernist villas in Hyères, France.
Sets sail in Sheepshead Bay.
Cozy modernism in the West Village.
At CheLi in the East Village, soup dumplings only scratch the surface of a menu that is traditional and innovative at once.
A fruit salad that should come with a Scoville rating.
Is celebrity butcher Dario Cecchini really selling tuna fish at his meaty new sandwich shop?
The top tuna sandwiches in the city.
Antoinette Chinonye Nwandu’s Pass Over brings back — and transforms — Broadway.
Amanda Peet and Sandra Oh update the onscreen mother.
Celebrating the city’s most beloved puppets.
Fast TV is … fun!
A Depression-era whodunit, a psychotic housewife, and Crackpot: The Obsessions of John Waters.
The Green Knight is a ravishing, unsettling fantasy.
Something New Under the Sun dissects how we define authenticity.
Tig Notaro makes the perfect ca rtoon comedian.
Twenty-five picks for the next two weeks.