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.
Tomorrow: Kevin T. Dugan • Congress Isn’t Ready for the AI Revolution What happens when millions of people lose their jobs to computers?
Neighborhood News: A Behemoth Rises on Park Avenue • JPMorgan Chase bets big on the revival of midtown.
276 MINUTES WITH …Hopalong Andrew • Traveling the children’s-entertainment circuit with Brooklyn’s lasso-swinging cowboy musician.
The City: Elizabeth Weil • Spiraling in San Francisco’s Doom Loop Where no one’s left to catch you if you fall.
‘I Want the Bloody Hands Recorded’ • Behind Machaela Cavanaugh’s tear-and-rage-filled filibuster of a Nebraska anti-trans bill that she knew would probably pass anyway.
BUT HOW MUCH DOES IT ALL COST? • It’s easy to imagine an ideal grown-up life in New York City.
100 EXCELLENT THINGS • A greatest-hits collection of The Strategist’s most beloved products gets a spring refresh.
The Best RUNNING SHOPS • TO FIND THE SPOTS on this list, we polled dozens of stylish and sporty New Yorkers—running coaches and a triathlete among them. For more obsessively sourced recommendations, including the best movie theaters, jewelry-repair shops, and cobblers, visit curbed.com.
The Rachel Comey Sample Sale • We talked to shoppers on day two.
A Glorious 1885 Park Slope ‘McMansion’ • In filmmakers Kate Novack and Andrew Rossi’s brownstone, “there are all these stories within the walls.”
Cheesier, Saucier, and Drowning in Caviar • How TikTok took over the menu.
The RENAISSANCE STARTED in SWEDEN • The first show of her world tour makes it clear: We are living in the Beyoncéverse.
The TOURS YOU NEED to SEE (If You Can Afford It) • THIS SUMMER, some of the biggest pop stars are returning to the road—and it’s never been harder (or more expensive) to get tickets to their North American dates. Apologies to your bank account.
The LINE, WITCHER, and the WARDROBE • With new episodes of some of the best shows dropping soon, summer is the perfect time to catch up with old friends.
Is It TOM CRUISE SEASON Again? • BY MUCH HOLLYWOOD reckoning, Mission: Impossible—Dead Reckoning Part One will triumph over a crowded field to become this summer’s most financially successful domestic blockbuster. Even with multiple tentpole titles in competition, box-office analysts cite the Tom Cruise Effect™; last year, Top Gun: Maverick drew record numbers of moviegoers back into cinemas at a moment when industry observers wondered if that experience was headed for extinction. But Hollywood can get it wrong. Predicting which titles will break through at the box office, in the discourse, and in critics’ hearts is a fickle business—and we’re trying anyway. Here are our predictions for which films will pop at the ticket counter and stir up the conversation.
The ONE That GOT AWAY • In Celine Song’s debut feature, Past Lives, there are two love interests and no easy choices.
DUCK Into a MUSEUM (or Three) • There’s no better way to escape the heat.
CRITICS • Nicholas Quah on American Born Chinese … Alison Willmore on Master Gardener … Craig Jenkins on Ed Sheeran.
To Do • Twenty-five things to see, hear, watch, and read.
THE APPROVAL MATRIX • Our deliberately oversimplified guide to who falls where on our taste hierarchies.