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One Year of #MeToo: A Younger Generation’s Remedy for Rage |

Last summer, in Alaska, a thirty-four-year-old white man named Justin Schneider met a twenty-five-year-old Native American woman at a gas station. He offered her a ride, and she accepted. Later, he demanded that she...

Fran Drescher in “The Nanny” Is the Fashion Look This Fall |

Every insomniac has her own late-night Internet-browsing routine. Mine begins with IMDb, where I like to click on the names of character actors and peruse their upcoming projects. (Weirdly soothing to know that Cloris...

An Artist’s Costumed Alter Egos Cross Racial Lines |

“Counterfeit Currency,” a show of self-portrait photography, installation, and collage by Genevieve Gaignard, at the FLAG Art Foundation, in Chelsea, opens with a large photo of the artist on a Florida beach at dusk....

The Diverging Paths of Two Young Women Foretell the Fate of a Tribe in...

In the summer of 2017, two young women from the Dongria tribe, which lives in the remote hills of Niyamgiri, in the state of Odisha, in eastern India, made separate journeys to the town...

The Bracing Honesty of “Belonging,” a Graphic Memoir About German Identity |

The artist Nora Krug was born decades after Nazi rule, but, growing up in Karlsruhe, Germany, she felt yoked to the sins of the Holocaust. This wasn’t just because the war was studied closely...

What’s New On Streaming: James Gray’s Superb Crime Drama “We Own the Night” |

The career of James Gray has been one of the hidden splendors of near-Hollywood for more than twenty years. After his second, vastly ambitious feature, “The Yards,” set in his home borough of Queens,...

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