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 • Where Is the Biden Abortion Agenda? Democrats can’t coast on the issue’s popularity.
Neighborhood News: ‘Please God No’ • Ray’s takes over in Greenpoint.
Paige Lorenze • The influencer is selling life in the suburbs.
THE MIND-BENDING POLITICS OF RFK JR.’S SPOILER CAMPAIGN • Biden says he’s a conservative. Trump says he’s a liberal. They’re both right—and he could turn the presidential race upside down.
THE WAR AND NEW YORK
92NY DIGS IN • A venerable institution splits with much of the cultural elite.
Witnessing Gaza Through My Instagram Feed
The Posters and Me
The Public Defender Labeled a Poster Defamer
The Fracturing of the Intellectual Left
In Hollywood, They’re Posting With Caution
TEENAGERS LOOKING FOR ANSWERS • Scenes from three New York high schools.
ARTISTS AND COLLECTORS TURN ON EACH OTHER • The Artforum letter was just the start.
Two Rabbis Who See Hatred in Anti-Zionism
INTIMATE BETRAYALS • Five confessions of hard feelings.
WHO GETS TO PROTEST AT COLUMBIA? • What led the university to suspend pro-Palestinian student groups.
The Political Strategist Attacked for Wearing a Keffiyeh
My Orthodox Family Is Unrecognizable
Two Gazan Friends, So Many Losses
All-Occasion Ski Goggles
I’ve Figured Out How to Dress for 12-Hour Days in Freezing-Cold Montana
The New York City Marathon • We stopped sweaty, exhausted, Gatorade-drenched runners at the finish line of the 52nd annual race.
A Student of Corbu’s in Nutley • Glenn Mariconda and Asaka Midorikawa’s house was designed by Edward T. Bowser Jr., who had worked with Le Corbusier.
Subway Fare • Under the sidewalk, Noksu shoots for the stars.
Cocktails Are Sandwiches Now • And the flavors are incredibly accurate.
Carbone Goes Full Zero Bond • Major Food Group’s members-only club has landed in Hudson Yards.
Brit Marling Knows Whodunit • The actress, writer, and director of mystical sci-fi returns with something fleshier: a murder-mystery series.
Recreating Napoleon’s Biggest, Baddest Trap • In Ridley Scott’s blockbuster about the French sovereign, no battle is too crazy to pull off.
It’s So Easy to Be Wrong • In Lexi Freiman’s latest novel, a writer gets canceled—and decides to lean all the way in.
VULTURE FESTIVAL • He’s Ready to Speak on It Billy Porter spent decades dazzling in performance before he could be himself in public. He’s making up for lost time.
CRITICS • Alison Willmore on Saltburn … Nicholas Quah on Scott Pilgrim Takes Off … Sara Holdren on Spamalot.
To Do • Twenty-five things to see, hear, watch, and read.NOVEMBER 22–DECEMBER 6
THE 60-SECOND BOOK EXCERPT • Songs on Repeat: Essays and Outtakes
THE APPROVAL MATRIX • Our deliberately oversimplified guide to who falls where on our taste hierarchies.