CULTURE, POLITICS, FOOD, FASHION: A NEW YORK POINT OF VIEW. With assertive reporting and sophisticated design, New York chronicles the people and events that shape the city that shapes the world.
The Body Politic: Rebecca Traister • The Disaster of Trump’s Indictment Why the circus surrounding his arrest may do more harm than good.
Neighborhood News: A Rat Hunter Takes Bushwick • A vintage way to tackle a newly pressing problem.
37 MINUTES WITH …Paul Schrader • At Coterie, the Hudson Yards senior-living facility the screenwriter moved into to stay close to his wife.
Second Acts: Allie Jones • Everyone Divorces Like a Celebrity Now The rise of the Instagram breakup.
HOW STORMY DANIELS SEES IT ENDING • The long afterlife of a forgettable fling with a reality-television personality.
EMMA TUCKER’S DEADLINE • The new Wall Street Journal editor, recently imported from London by Rupert Murdoch, knew little about America, New York, or her staff. And then Evan Gershkovich got arrested in Russia.
The Case of the Fake Sherlock • Richard Walter was hailed as a genius criminal profiler at murder trials, at forensic conferences, and on true-crime TV. In reality, he was a fraud. How did he get away with it for so long?
A Portable Projector That Functions Like It’s Full Size
Best Bets • a collection of expert-vetted, spotted-around-town, or otherwise just especially excellent products that recently appeared on thestrategist.com. To shop all these items—plus the mini-projector—in one place, scan the QR code.
The Best LANGUAGE CLASSES • TO FIND THE SPOTS on this list, we polled dozens of stylish and savvy New Yorkers—an actor, an author, and a playwright among them. For more obsessively sourced recommendations, including the best yoga studios and nutritionists, visit curbed.com.
Catherine Lacey’s Book Launch • On a recent Thursday, the novelist spoke to critic Merve Emre about her new book, Biography of X, at Greenlight Bookstore.
A Trippy-Looking Place for Making Your Life Better Through Ketamine • Randy Polumbo made parts of the Cardea offices out of mycelium.
Who Ordered All the Turbot?
The New Alphabet City Scene • Brie burgers, Nordic pastries, and omakase counters for any budget.
She Can’t Believe She’s Still the First • Even decades of fighting for space in the art world couldn’t make Jaune Quick-to-See Smith lose her sense of humor.
Monocrop on 41st Street • Getting in line for Shucked, the Broadway musical that runs on corn.
Confessions on Jessie Ware’s Dance Floor • After a career of romantic tearjerkers, she’s got everyone crying (for joy) in the club.
Why Are My Secret Spotify Songs Following Me Around? • At bars, with friends, on TV, I kept hearing the same music from my “Discover Weekly” rotation. So I tried to peer inside my bubble IRL.
CRITICS • Jerry Saltz on Sarah Sze … Craig Jenkins on boygenius … Roxana Hadadi on Beef.
To Do • Twenty-five things to see, hear, watch, and read.
SPRING FEVER • Thaw out with Craig Jenkins’s selections for the city’s most reinvigorating live-music shows.
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THE APPROVAL MATRIX • Our deliberately oversimplified guide to who falls where on our taste hierarchies.