Skip to content, or skip to search.

Skip to content, or skip to search.

Untitled Document

Table of Contents

March 20, 2017 Issue

Cover Story

Kellyanne Conway Is a Star

One who shares quite a number of traits with the other celebrity in the White House. By Olivia Nuzzi On the Cover: Kellyanne Conway. Photograph by Martin Schoeller for New York Magazine.

Download the iPad edition for more exclusive content from this week's issue.


New York Spends $1.2 Billion a Year on Homelessness

Yet the crisis only gets worse. Eight homeless New Yorkers explain why. By DW Gibson

John Hinckley Left the Mental Hospital Seven Months Ago

Can a man who attempted to kill a president be cured? By Lisa Miller

No Sympathy for the Hillbilly

If some people want to vote against their own self-interest, maybe Democrats should let them. By Frank Rich


Interesting Times

Is intersectionality a religion?


Talking to Desus and Mero, Viceland’s late-night witticists.

Reread: December 21, 1981, and August 29, 1988

Two views of homelessness.

The Cut

Freckles, Lace, and Curls

Alia Shawkat, star of Search Party, channels 1960s Italian screen sirens.


Best Bets

Avant-garde menswear, colorful bedside carafes, a new bookstore in Cobble Hill, and more

Look Book

The grad student who wears head-to-toe pink.

Why Millennial Pink Refuses to Go Away

A color with very curious staying power.

The Restaurant Review

Danny Meyer’s Union Square Cafe, take two.

The Dish

Hanoi House's sundaes are an inspired version of chè, layered with black-sesame ice cream.


Congee is the original grain bowl.


The Year of Living Publicly

Jenny Slate’s new movies, new house, and very famous ex, Chris Evans.

The Most Memorable Thing I Saw at the Art Fairs

Haunted father-daughter images.

Just How Important Is Wesley Snipes?

His versatility has overshadowed — and made — his career.

Fake Famous Jackass Novelists

Six of the genre’s stars.

Lord of the Fring

Giancarlo Esposito on reprising Gus Fring for Better Call Saul (and why his first reaction was ‘no’).

The Art Review

The Whitney Biennial is the most politically charged in decades.

The Movie Review

Woody Harrelson is an apt misanthrope in Wilson.

The Theater Review

Come From Away makes a musical out of Canadian niceness.

To Do: March 22–April 5, 2017

Twenty-five things to see, hear, watch, and read.


Comments: Week of March 20, 2017

Readers sound off on David Letterman, the new Four Seasons, and more.

The Approval Matrix: Week of March 20, 2017

Our deliberately oversimplified guide to who falls where on our taste hierarchies.

Write a Letter to the Editor

Letters may be edited for space and clarity. Please include a daytime phone number.

Mail to
  • New York Media
  • 75 Varick Street
  • New York, NY 10013