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JPMorgan’s 1,400-foot bet on the office.
The performer beloved by Brooklyn preschoolers, Hopalong Andrew.
What it’s like living in a San Francisco that no longer believes it can be fixed.
Matt Gaffney’s latest puzzle.
Readers sound off on the Republican takeover of the American classroom, Jorie Graham, and more.
Our deliberately oversimplified guide to who falls where on our taste hierarchies.
Young New Yorkers described their fantasy lives to us. We calculated the price tags down to the dollar.
Our tried-and-true favorites, including under-eye snail patches, European toothpaste, and a scent stick for the sleep-deprived.
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Shops a Rachel Comey sample sale.
Films come to life in a Park Slope brownstone.
In filmmakers Kate Novack and Andrew Rossi’s brownstone, “there are all these stories within the walls.”
How TikTok took over the menu.
Pop stars on tour. The movies we predict will be big. Our favorite returning TV shows. Jerry Saltz’s art picks.
Americans flock to Europe for Beyoncé.
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Our critics offer bold predictions for summer blockbusters ranging from Greta Gerwig’s Barbie to Mission: Impossible’s seventh installment.
A cool opportunity to reassess certain loved and unloved artists.
Existential questions are made urgent in Celine Song’s feature debut.
American Born Chinese is a vibrant coming-of-age story flattened bythe Disney machine.
Even Paul Schrader seems tired of his lonely men in Master Gardener.
Ed Sheeran feels trapped in the middle of the road.