Or, how to turn a $1,000 art-auction pickup into a $450 million masterpiece.
The modern managers of capitalism attempt to “right-size” Puerto Rico.
The fatherhood and motherhood of presidential candidates.
Surveying the foot traffic on Dumbo’s most photogenic street corner.
Natasha Lyonne, “an unfamous famous person.”
Readers sound off on the intimate lives of married couples, Oklahoma! on Broadway, and more.
Our deliberately oversimplified guide to who falls where on our taste hierarchies.
Matt Gaffney’s latest puzzle.
New York magazine’s April 15-28, 2019 issue cover story follows South Bend Indiana mayor and 2020 Democratic hopeful Pete Buttigieg as he campaigns.
Starting this summer, the New York painter will be living and working alongside visiting artists in a cliffside compound in Senegal.
And a Grecian guest room.
The director of the Brooklyn Museum borrows from the basement.
A fabric artist’s shaggy work space in Red Hook.
Brooklyn’s vinyl district, indoor fountains, and Italian leather goods in Greenwich Village.
The server-photographer who’s selling his vintage clothes for a ticket to Paris.
Ceviche is the star of Llamita’s new dinner menu.
Café Standard has turned a favorite Jewish comfort food into artisanal bread.
Inside the new Winnie’s on East Broadway.
Searching for the gray areas in film and onstage.
A pop-stardom dossier.
The prerelease cult classic from David Robert Mitchell.
Tom Slaughter’s Polaroid portfolio.
The new King Lear refuses to let the play speak for itself.
Fosse/Verdon is a steam-heat soak in fanatically exact period detail.
For the Shed to live up to its ambitions, it must stand against its home.
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