Dan Doctoroff, the stubborn advocate for a new New York City, reckons with his legacy.
Post-conservatorship, the pop star says she’s free. Some of her fans don’t believe her.
Would ethics legislation counter the next Clarence Thomas, or even a Hunter Biden?
Watching the World Cup in Astoria.
Democratic powerhouse J. B. Pritzker.
The Guest is everyone’s Hamptons beach read.
Matt Gaffney’s latest puzzle.
Readers sound off on the city’s looming real-estate crisis and the big business of sperm.
Our deliberately oversimplified guide to who falls where on our taste hierarchies.
Psychiatrist Bessel van der Kolk turned a controversial theory into a dominant way we make sense of our lives.
A skeptic-friendly plastic wineglass.
Lily-Rose Depp’s grandma wedges, a cool-person trucker hat, and Sephora employees’ faves.
Vintage-furniture shops that feel brand new.
Checks in with the semi-private-aircraft crowd.
Ellen Van Dusen’s mosaic garden in Bed-Stuy.
The city’s best sando is back.
Olives were always invited to the party. Now they are the party.
Russ & Daughters is ready to go in midtown.
The young actress bets on pop music.
Staring down Barbie’s feminist ethos.
Picket-line confessions from all corners of the entertainment industry.
Here Lies Love depends on your performance.
Simplicity is key to horror in Talk to Me.
Project Greenlight returns with the same old magnificent mess.