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  1. sustainability
    Spare Tonic Is Taking the Waste Out of WheyBy finding commercial value in a by-product of yogurt-making, a new canned beverage tackles food waste.
  2. vulture lists
    The Stoner Canon: 101 Trippy Movies, Albums, Books, TV Shows, and MoreThe ultimate guide to experiencing the high.
  3. in conversation
    Mads Mikkelsen Takes Everything and Nothing SeriouslyIt’s always like, “Here’s your cola, Master Mads,” or “Get your fucking Coke, and get out of my shop.” There’s no neutral Coca-Cola anymore.
  4. art
    Dancing on Your Own (With 99 Other People)A temporary club for our in-between moment.
  5. the group portrait
    Photo: A Rooftop Artists’ Salon in SohoFigure drawing alfresco.
  6. first taste
    Oxomoco’s Stylish, Plant-Based Offshoot in GreenpointAt Xilonen, you’ll find a stately parade of vegan tacos, tamales, and quesadillas.
  7. encounter
    The Tech Elite’s Favorite Pop IntellectualJulia Galef on bringing the rationalist movement to the mainstream.
  8. look book
    The Look Book Goes to the Rockaway YMCAChecking in with masked members at the gym.
  9. education
    Richard Carranza’s Last Stand As NYC Schools ChancellorMayor de Blasio hired an “equity warrior.” How parental politics — and the pandemic — left him defeated.
  10. profile
    Esther Perel Goes Off ScriptShe became today’s most famous couples therapist by ignoring all the rules of the trade.
  11. chefs to watch
    Ha’s Dac Biet Is a Pop-up With PanacheAnthony Ha and Sadie Mae Burns are making a name for themselves and their brand of “Vietnamese bistro” cooking.
  12. in conversation
    Daniel Dae Kim Still Believes Hollywood Can Be Reformed“If you’re not aware of politics in any industry, you’re missing all of the ways to navigate it.”
  13. great rooms
    At Home in an Old Hotel in NomadAfter 15 years, Julie Chartoff and Irene Glezos finally really renovated their apartment inside the historic Gilsey House.
  14. politics
    How Hunter Biden’s Memoir Played in the White House“Information hoarding is a big tool of power.”
  15. the approval matrix
    The Approval Matrix: Week of April 12, 2021Our deliberately oversimplified guide to who falls where on our taste hierarchies.
  16. back catalogue
    Artist Dawoud Bey on 6 of His Photos That Pushed His Work ForwardThe photographer opens up about what it took to make some of his most iconic images, ahead of his upcoming Whitney retrospective.
  17. letters
    Comments: Week of April 12, 2021Readers sound off on mental-health apps, Secretary of State Andrew Blinken, and more.
  18. vulture picks
    25 Notable New Releases Over the Next Two WeeksOscar Night arrives, the final season of Younger, Jhumpa Lahiri in Italian, and more.
  19. money
    A Unified Monetary Theory of Beeple and BidenIn a system rigged by the rich, outsiders have to make their own volatility.
  20. money
    I’m Rich Now. It’s Weird.Confessions of an overnight tech millionaire.
  21. money
    You’re Not Crazy. Money Is.Welcome to the non-fungible, memeified, cryptodenominated, degenerate future of finance.
  22. money
    The NFT LedgerFrom memes to arts to farts, here are notable collectibles that have been bought and sold this year.
  23. the city politic
    Scott Stringer Isn’t Paying Attention to the Polls“Let the campaign play out,” he says. “It hasn’t even begun yet.”
  24. destination dining
    Vaxx, Then SnacksWhat to eat near five major vaccine sites, including Javits Center, Yankee Stadium, and Citi Field.
  25. the lost canon
    Anne Beatts Was Always More Interesting Than John HughesEvery teen series and movie that followed Beatts’s Square Pegs owes it, and her, a debt of total gratitude.
  26. wikifeet
    An Interview With the Man Who Keeps Uploading My Feet to WikiFeetI tracked down Robert, a 58-year-old man living in New Jersey, and asked him: Why??
  27. art review
    The Detonations of Alice NeelThe artist’s portrait show at the Met is packed with raw emotional power.
  28. tv review
    Gangs of London: Come for the Fights, Stay for the FightsThere’s more to this crime-thriller series from action maestro Gareth Evans than just bloody mayhem, but none of it transcends the bloody mayhem.
  29. movie review
    If Only the Rest of French Exit Were As Good As Michelle Pfeiffer’s PerformancePfeiffer is delightful and overwhelming as a mordant Manhattan socialite searching for an ending in a depressive farce that never really gets going.
  30. best of new york 2021
    The Best Housepainters in New YorkAn architect favorite who has been likened to Jackson Pollock, a downtown go-to with a knack for color combinations, and more.
  31. best of new york 2021
    The Best Upholsterers in New YorkFor restoring mid-century chairs, pattern-matching a couch, and more.
  32. best of new york 2021
    The Best Therapists in New YorkWe asked 31 notable New Yorkers about their therapists and are publishing their referrals in their own words.
  33. best of new york 2021
    The Best Playgrounds in New YorkGiant geodesic climbing nets, ravines full of sprinklers, and a variety of slides.
  34. best of new york 2021
    The Best Custom Woodworkers in New YorkWhether you want a Judd-like plywood bench, a full wall of bookshelves made of rift-cut oak, or just some simple, inexpensive cabinets.
  35. best of new york 2021
    The Best Toy Stores in New YorkA Harlem fixture owned by a former schoolteacher, the packed-to-the-gills shop in Cobble Hill, and more.
  36. encounter
    Zooming With TikTok’s Right-Wing PunditChristian Walker wants to be the face of Gen-Z conservatism.
  37. best of new york 2021
    The Best Homeware Stores in New YorkAffordable vintage furniture, Japanese gifts, Brimfield-quality quilts, and more.
  38. the industry
    The King of the Geezer TeasersInside Randall Emmett’s direct-to-video empire, where many of Hollywood’s most bankable stars have found lucrative early retirement.
  39. best of new york 2021
    The Best Exterminators in New YorkIncluding Chloë Sevigny’s pest guy.
  40. best of new york 2021
    The Best Colorists in New YorkWhere to go for Scarlett Johansson’s seasonal highlights, bubblegum-pink buzz cuts, “hot girl” hair, and more.
  41. best of new york 2021
    The Best Caterers in New YorkIndividual peking-duck buns from Nom Wah Tea Parlor, racks of ribs from Hometown Bar-B-Que, bissap mojitos from Teranga, and more.
  42. best of new york
    Best of New York 2021Reintroducing a 36-year-old New York magazine franchise.
  43. foreign policy
    Secretary Swell on a Pissed-Off PlanetGroomed on Park Avenue and in the 16th Arrondissement, Secretary of State Antony Blinken confronts a world that just might be post-diplomacy.
  44. movements
    ‘Six Generations, and We Ended Up in the Same Place 150 Years Later’A mother and daughter on their family’s history in Chinatown and returning to Columbus Park to protest anti-Asian racism.
  45. best of new york 2021
    The Best Psychics in New YorkA palm reading by a psychotherapist, chakra balancing with body treatments, access to your ancestors, and more.
  46. best of new york 2021
    The Best Fitness Instructors in New YorkFor $10 pilates, a mind-body workout, “1,000-calorie burn” sessions, and more.
  47. the group portrait
    Setting the Table for Balthazar’s Reopening Night“I came up the stairs, saw the team, and almost cried.”
  48. letters
    Comments: Week of March 29, 2021Readers sound off on Governor Andrew Cuomo’s “toxic” workplace, Happy the elephant, and more.
  49. the national interest
    Biden’s First Big Break With His Allies Is Over School ReopeningsThe president’s choice to prioritize the rapid return to in-person learning has surprised and dismayed his friends and his enemies alike.
  50. best of new york 2021
    The Best Florists in New YorkWhere to find bodega roses that will last two weeks, Anna Wintour-approved arrangements, inexpensive marigolds, and more.
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