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October 20, 2018, 21:16

Richard McGuire’s “Fat Cats” |

On the cover of this year’s Money Issue, by Richard McGuire, the robber barons of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries get a modern update, with an especial nod to Thomas Nast’s caricature...

Advice from Our Food Critic: If I Have One Day in New York, Where...

Only one day?! Are you sure you can’t stay a whole week? If you can’t, I think the best course of action is to embark on a snacking tour that keeps you in Manhattan,...

What Public Life Used to Look Like in San Francisco’s Mission District |

The photographer Janet Delaney first came to San Francisco in 1967, for the Summer of Love. By the time she began living in the Mission, in the nineteen-eighties, she had learned Spanish and trained...

What to Stream This Weekend: The Best Version of “A Star Is Born” |

The very first scene of “What Price Hollywood?”—the movie from 1932 that informs all four versions of “A Star Is Born” (1937, 1954, 1976, and 2018)—shows what’s missing from this year’s edition. Directed by...

“Miranda Sings” and the Exhausting Aspects of Having a Viral Persona |

In 2008, when Colleen Ballinger was twenty-one years old, a recently graduated vocal-performance major and aspiring actress, she began uploading satirical videos in which she played a character named Miranda—an overconfident, tone-deaf wannabe...

The Classic Vietnam-Era Documentary “The War at Home” and Its Lessons of Nonviolence |

Four years ago, the filmmaker and television producer Glenn Silber and his wife, Claudia Vianello—also a film producer—moved to Santa Fe, New Mexico. For the previous thirty-five years, Silber and Vianello had been living...

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