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Picketing with SNL’s writers.
What’s really at stake in E. Jean Carroll’s lawsuit.
Matt Gaffney’s latest puzzle.
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Our deliberately oversimplified guide to who falls where on our taste hierarchies.
On the Cover of New York Magazine: Jonathan Chait on Republican efforts to grab control of public education.
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Stationery stores for when you need Tiffany-blue card stock or any type of pen imaginable.
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Dominique Ansel’s doughnut-croissant hybrid turns ten.
How Long Island City became a destination for dan dan noodles and durian mochi.
Four artists’ studios, from the Bronx to Bushwick.
“I think growing up in precarity prepared me for the life of an artist because I knew that poverty wasn’t the end of things.”
The sculptor took over a floor of this South Bronx building with ten friends, each carving out their own space.
She found the Bushwick building after walking by one day and admiring the windows; she imagined that it would be a great place to work.
In Queen Charlotte, the writer who redefined appointment viewing tackles somber new ground
AI vocals are suddenly everywhere and surprisingly good.
Is the Daily Show veteran getting the big job or what?
What’s expected to sweep, upset, and slip by unnoticed.
“I don’t like to be bitchy. I’m just being open.”
Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 is a welcome escape from typical Marvel fare.
The urgent force of Jodie Comer in an otherwise uneven Prima Facie.
The American Museum of Natural History enters its modern Stone Age.