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  1. appreciations
    A Tribute to ‘Good King’ ConanTwelve comedians reflect on O’Brien’s incredibly influential late-night legacy.
  2. israel
    My Grandfather the ZionistHe helped build Jewish American support for Israel. What’s his legacy now?
  3. xoxo
    Behind the Scenes on the Glitzy New Gossip GirlThe “continuation” is more diverse, more self-aware, and far more lavishly produced.
  4. the city politic
    Everything You Need to Know About the NYC Mayoral RaceYour last-minute guide to the 15 primary candidates, New Yorkers’ ranked-choice voting strategies, and all the drama from the campaign trail.
  5. media
    Inside the Petty, Vindictive, Career-Ruining Infighting at NY1Onscreen, NY1 seems like a happy family, but a lawsuit exposed the tumult behind the scenes.
  6. encounter
    On the Campaign Trail With Andrew GiulianiThe Son of Rudy is working out his father issues on the road to Albany.
  7. life after warming
    California’s Last Fire Season Was a Historic Disaster. This One Could Be Worse.The conditions are already set for eclipsing recent records — which themselves would have been unthinkable not long ago.
  8. encounter
    How Melissa Barrera Came Full CircleIn the Heights took its star back to where she first found the inspiration to pursue her dreams.
  9. politics
    ‘We Have to Do What It Takes to Protect Our Delicate Democracy’Texas lawmakers may leave the state to save voting rights.
  10. david hammons
    ‘Anti-Art Star’ David Hammons Has Made a Monumental MarkWith his new public sculpture, the almost-invisible, enormously influential “art gangster” has made it impossible to overlook him.
  11. the perfect scene
    How In the Heights Pulled Off the Big Swimming-Pool SceneHundreds of extras. Thunder on the forecast. And just three days to nail one of the movie’s biggest moments.
  12. profile
    The Real ZolaA’Ziah King’s Twitter tale of a strip-club road trip gone awry is now a big buzzy movie. Now she’s ready to make her story her own again.
  13. getting around
    Why Your Uber Ride Is Suddenly Costing a FortuneDriver shortage, customer surplus, and harsh financial reality.
  14. the money game
    Why a Failing New Jersey Deli Is Valued at $100 Million: A TheoryIt doesn’t make sense by any normal standards. But maybe it’s part of a larger game?
  15. conservatism
    The GOP Can Win Without Waging War on DemocracyBut they want to never lose.
  16. steal my vacation
    Emily Bode’s Long Weekend in Truro, Cape Cod“Like any flea market, it’s really hit or miss, but they have great vintage jewelry and antique textiles.”
  17. the city politic
    Dianne Morales and the Implosion of the Left in NYC’s Mayoral Race“I’m sorry,” said one lefty political organizer. “But this is just such a hot fucking mess.”
  18. reckoning with a reckoning
    Eavesdropping on $5,000 Anti-Racist Dinner PartiesTwo entrepreneurs have built a business dredging up white women’s shame.
  19. encounter
    The Sopranos Star Aida Turturro Finds Her Second Calling on Cameo“When I’m old and gray, I’ll be going, ‘Look, they liked me! They said they liked me!’ ”
  20. a long talk
    Just the Two of UsOn their new album, Sleater-Kinney’s Carrie Brownstein and Corin Tucker recommit.
  21. reckoning with a reckoning
    A Year After George Floyd’s Death, Police Are Still WinningAmerica is struggling to reform and reimagine the agencies that have been licensed to kill us.
  22. tv review
    The Underground Railroad Is the Cinematic Event of the YearThis is a series not witnessed but felt.
  23. cut covers
    Where Would Food Be Without Padma Lakshmi?The food expert and author speaks with Sohla El-Waylly about this past year’s reckoning, double standards, and bringing inclusivity to the table.
  24. clip! clip! clip!
    The 100 Most Unhinged, Unexplainable, Unforgettable Real Housewives MomentsAn excessive list for an excessive franchise.
  25. politics
    This Time, the Craziest Election Doesn’t Have TrumpCalifornia Republicans bet on two veteran pols, Caitlyn Jenner, and a Kodiak bear to beat Gavin Newsom.
  26. the gold rush
    How the Golden Globes Canceled ThemselvesThe HFPA never had a great reputation, but its awards might not have been scrapped if simmering tensions hadn’t been pushed to their boiling point.
  27. the money game
    A Bitcoin Billionaire on When to Sell vs. HODL and Dogecoin ‘Nihilism’Mike Novogratz built his fortune on Wall Street and then went all in on what he sees as a crypto revolution. So how are things looking now?
  28. biography of a building
    A Fairly Exhaustive Oral History of the Still-Wild McKibbin LoftsFour Loko parties, falling maggots, and first-floor strip clubs.
  29. cityscape
    New York’s First Climate Adaptation Battle Is HereThe city wants to bury East River Park to save it.
  30. the city politic
    Andrew Yang’s Insider CampaignHow has a former CEO of 100 employees become the front-runner to govern a city of 9 million? Not simply by being a celebrity and excellent campaigner.
  31. the bigger picture
    Our Mothers, OurselvesMagdalena Wosinska’s family photos will make you want to call your mom.
  32. oral histories
    The Oral History of Madonna’s Truth or DareMadonna’s seminal 1991 documentary had few precedents. That’s why it can’t be replicated today.
  33. first person
    My Mother in ThereThat was her, in an iPhone, a hospital bed, and my memories, free of her sickness for the first time in 40 years.
  34. politics
    Whatever Happened to ‘the Clinton Kid’?The curious reappearance of the man at the heart of a mostly forgotten conspiracy theory.
  35. family history
    Recognizing My Asian Heritage on FilmHong Kong director Wong Kar-wai’s characters reflected the subtle moods of my home life.
  36. crime
    The Roger Stone Acolyte Who Trolled Staten Island PoliticsEccentric lawyer Richard Luthmann was a staple on the Staten Island political scene. Then the fake Facebook posts began.
  37. the streaming wars
    Inside Netflix’s Quest to End ScrollingHow the company is working to solve one of its biggest threats: decision fatigue.
  38. encounter
    Eric Adams’s Pro-Police BetEight weeks before the mayoral primary and second in the polls, Brooklyn’s borough president sharpens his case for more cops.
  39. the office
    Remember the Office?A look back at 150 years of cubicles, corner offices, all-nighters, and the holiday party.
  40. the industry
    Scott Rudin, As Told by His AssistantsA portrait of a toxic workplace.
  41. politics
    The Most Powerful Weapon for Police Reform Is BackBiden’s Justice Department takes out a tool shelved by Trump to force local law enforcement to change.
  42. race and space
    MoMA’s ‘Reconstructions’ Show Changed My Relationship to Space and CitiesShould Black designers revise a history that erased them? Or should they revolt?
  43. capitol hill
    Chuck Schumer Has ChangedWhy is the former “angry centrist” pushing his party to go bigger, bolder, and more progressive?
  44. learning
    Why Public Schools Shouldn’t Offer a Remote Option This FallIt’s bad for learning, it’s expensive, and it sends the wrong message about whether our schools are safe.
  45. reality tv
    The Soul of BravoA year of national reckonings on race and inequality has tested how real the Housewives should be.
  46. profile
    Esther Perel Goes Off ScriptShe became today’s most famous couples therapist by ignoring all the rules of the trade.
  47. money
    You’re Not Crazy. Money Is.Welcome to the non-fungible, memeified, cryptodenominated, degenerate future of finance.
  48. features
    A Hot New Restaurant Moved In. That Made Its Neighbors Nervous.A gentrification battle erupts in Ridgewood.
  49. politics
    ‘The System for Wealth Building Is Designed to Build White Wealth’Professor Dorothy Brown on the racist nature of the tax code and how to fix it.
  50. the real estate
    What If Compass Is Basically Just Like Every Other Real-Estate Brokerage?Except with a nicer logo and an over-leveraged IPO.
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