The past year has been a reality check for streamers. Plus: Our annual power ranking takes stock of the upheaval.
What does Taylor Sheridan’s Yellowstone have to teach the left?
Andrea Long Chu
An inside look at how the show rebuilt itself.
Jesse David Fox
Reservation Dogs star Devery Jacobs refuses to waste time.
The man who once owned rap on his evolution into one of TV’s biggest producers.
Trump is planning a second term without guardrails.
Fans make their way to MetLife for the Eras Tour.
Jon Pichaya Ferry, the 23-year-old trying to disrupt the human-bone industry.
Lessons from London on congestion pricing.
Matt Gaffney’s latest puzzle.
Readers sound off on the cost of a dream life in New York, Machaela Cavanaugh’s long bid to block an anti-trans bill, and more.
Our deliberately oversimplified guide to who falls where on our taste hierarchies.
Elsewhere in the issue, an examination of Hollywood’s deeply broken streaming model, Taylor Sheridan’s Yellowstone, and more.
The Swiss shears any good gardener has on hand.
Butcher shops for every conceivable cut.
Steps into the Infinity Mirror Room at the Yayoi Kusama opening.
A Carnegie Hill classic six’s inherited aesthetic.
Perfectly sized Noguchi lamps.
Taking in the taleggio foam and sandalwood-scented restrooms of Centurion New York, Manhattan’s most exclusive new clubhouse.
Moe’s Pastrami & Burger is an unlikely delicatessen.
Great new restaurants where you can get an easy two-top without having to set a Resy notification first.
In its finale, Succession proves as slippery and delicious as ever.
What happened to the frothy pleasure of The Little Mermaid?
Monsoon Wedding is a lively pa rty but a watery musical.