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  1. Chemistry? Watch Sheila Carrasco and Eliot Schwartz in Piano LessonsThey’re the Marty and Bobbi Mohan-Culp of 2018.
  2. health concerns
    The Last Conversation You’ll Need to Have on Eating Right: The Follow-upsMark Bittman and Dr. David L. Katz tackle the questions they received after their original story on healthy food.
  3. feature
    A Teen Turned Informant to Escape MS-13. Now His Life Is in Even More Danger.Henry thought that talking to the cops would help him get away from the violent gang. Now he’s caught between them and ICE.
  4. The Last Conversation You’ll Ever Need to Have About Eating RightMark Bittman and Dr. David L. Katz patiently answer pretty much every question we could think of about healthy food.
  5. feature
    The Surprising True Story Behind Steve MaddenThe man behind the shoe box is revealed in a new documentary.
  6. agriculture
    The Farmer Struggling to Recover After Hurricane Harvey Destroyed EverythingHurricane Harvey wiped out Garrett Gundermann’s Texas farm. This is what it’s like to start over from scratch after unprecedented devastation.
  7. select all
    The Millennial Walt Disney Wants to Turn Empty Stores Into Instagram PlaygroundsMaryellis Bunn, the 25-year-old co-founder of the Museum of Ice Cream, says retail is dead and experiences are the future.
  8. feature
    Is Anybody Home at Ben Carson’s HUD?A long-harbored conservative dream — the “dismantling of the administrative state” — is taking place under Secretary Carson.
  9. that's a bop
    Sharon Van Etten on Twin Peaks, Motherhood, and Her Many LivesThe singer-songwriter has a thousand careers.
  10. feature
    Jerry Saltz: My Life As a Failed ArtistDecades after giving up the dream for good, an art critic returns to the work he’d devoted his life to, then abandoned — but never really forgot.
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    With Rumors, Scandal, and a Record Budget Shortfall, What Broke the Met?Just a year ago, the museum was planning an ambitious expansion and touting record attendance. Now its director has been ousted.
  12. feature
    PissPigGranddad, the Punk-Rock Florist Who Fought ISIS in Syria, Is Coming HomeBrace Belden became a radical icon when he went to take up arms against terrorists, build a socialist utopia, and tweet jokes about the revolution.
  13. feature
    The Man Who Shot Reagan Is Out of the Mental Hospital and Living With His MotherCan someone who tried to murder a president be rehabilitated?
  14. feature
    Suddenly, New York’s Rich Are Obsessed With Importing PandasThe Chinese export every powerful person can get behind.
  15. close reads
    24 Is Back to Make You Fear Muslim Terrorists AgainIts arrival at this moment in American history highlights an awkward tension inherent to TV reboots.
  16. president obama
    The Best of BET’s Obama CelebrationWith Leslie Odom Jr., Usher, Common, and more.
  17. platt vs. fat
    Can a Food Critic Diet Successfully?New York’s restaurant critic Adam Platt and his diet.
  18. feature
    How to Get Things Done: Oiselle’s CEO Shares Her SecretsOn boundaries, running as stress release, and knowing your own superpower.
  19. feature
    Lenny Pozner Believed in Conspiracy Theories. Until His Son’s Death Became One.Just as a father was mourning his child killed at Sandy Hook, strangers were saying he’d never lived at all.
  20. feature
    The Making of America’s Next Great Tennis Talent, in Two Very Different LabsTaylor Fritz and Frances Tiafoe are the future of the sport, but their pasts couldn’t be more different.
  21. feature
    An MIT Scientist Claims That This Pill Is the Fountain of YouthLeonard Guarente is certain he’s succeeded where doctors (and quacks) before him have failed. His pill will either extend lives or tarnish his career.
  22. pop music
    Is Culture Borrowing Always Theft?Jesse Williams, Justin Timberlake, and the hotly contested new (and still-simmering old) debates over cultural appropriation in pop music. 
  23. ant farm to table
    In the Apocalyptic Future, We’ll All Be Eating BugsCan insects save humanity from itself?
  24. politics
    Bill Clinton Stands Poised Between His Past and His Wife’s FutureThe last white male Democratic president has a connection to those who feel left behind.
  25. art and design 2016
    The Blackest Black Ever KnownLight enters but virtually none of it escapes; 99.965 percent is absorbed.
  26. Is Richard Prince the Andy Warhol of Instagram?He always wanted to be the coolest artist in the world. But how much cred can one man appropriate?
  27. vulture cover story
    Can the Art World Take James Franco Seriously?In conversation with Jerry Saltz, the celebrity makes a case for his art.
  28. Can the Art World Take James Franco Seriously?In conversation with Jerry Saltz, the celebrity makes a case for his art.
  29. motherhood
    My 4-Year-Old Speaks Fluent YouTubeWhat it’s like raising kids who’ve had screens since birth.
  30. feature
    The Last Days of BMX Superstar Dave MirraLosing the will to die just before choosing death.
  31. cut cover story
    Etsy’s Dream of a Shiny, Post-Capitalist (and Post-Profit) WorkplaceThe company wants to crochet its cake and eat it too.
  32. politics
    Inside Donald Trump’s 2016 Presidential CampaignHow the most unorthodox campaign in history actually works.
  33. culture cheats
    10 Tricks That Musicians and Actors Use in Live PerformancesFrom live pitch correction and in-ear cues to line feeding and hidden singers.
  34. feature
    Inside Miami Beach’s Clubhouse for the SuperrichFaena House rises just steps from the menacing turquoise sea.
  35. cut cover story
    Is Prostitution Just Another Job?Many sex workers think their work should be as legal as accounting. And American society is closer than ever to agreeing with them.
  36. feature
    Meet the Internet’s Most Famous Pimple-Popping DermatologistSandra Lee was a run-of-the-mill California doctor. Then she started filming as she exploded her patients’ pimples. 
  37. early and often
    Survey: GOP Voters Want ‘Testicular Fortitude’How 100 GOP voters in Iowa and New Hampshire see the world.
  38. early and often
    NYMag Survey: Republican Voters Want ‘Testicular Fortitude’How 100 GOP voters in Iowa and New Hampshire see the world.
  39. podcasts
    Inside the Making of Serial Season TwoHow the podcast scaled up from Adnan to Afghanistan.
  40. scenes
    Palaces, Penises, and Parties With the Young Jet SetForty-eight hours in Gstaad, made for Instagram.
  41. How Concussion Skirted the NFL’s Trademarks“We had great lawyers and we checked every fact, so that there was no way we can be discredited.”
  42. feature
    Baltimore After Freddie GrayA year after his death, murders in the city have soared, and the relationship between violence and policing has never been more complicated.
  43. feature
    How One Man’s Face Became Another Man’s FaceA story about cutting-edge medicine and the mysteries of identity.
  44. feature
    Inside the Brooklyn Uzbek CommunityWhen two young men were arrested en route to Syria, they felt upset, maligned, and only a little sympathetic.
  45. feature
    Willie Nelson’s Crusade to Stop Big PotIn what may be his last political act, he is trying to stop Corporate America from co-opting the legal marijuana trade.
  46. feature
    Willie Nelson’s Crusade to Stop Big PotIn what may be his last political act, he is trying to stop Corporate America from co-opting the legal marijuana trade.
  47. tech
    Can Steve Huffman Save Reddit From Itself?He co-founded Reddit. Sold Reddit. Watched Reddit grow. Watched Reddit flounder. Watched Reddit mutiny. Now he’s back, to try to pull Reddit back from the brink.
  48. tech
    Can Steve Huffman Save Reddit From Itself?He co-founded Reddit. Sold Reddit. Watched Reddit grow. Watched Reddit flounder. Watched Reddit mutiny. Now he’s back.
  49. bill de blasio's new york
    Times Square: The City’s Id, Now and AlwaysThe desnudas started only the latest battle in a century-long struggle over what the crossroads of the world means to New York.
  50. the national circus
    Donald Trump Is Saving Our DemocracyFar from destroying it, he’s exposing all its phoniness and corruption in ways as serious as he is not. And changing it in the process.
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