In the Apr. 15–28 issue: Olivia Nuzzi on “wonder boy” Pete Buttigieg. Plus: Art & Design, by Wendy Goodman; the half-billion dollar “Leonardo”; Natasha Lyonne, Annette Bening, and more.
The Money Game : Scott Galloway • Buy Now. Pay (and Pay, and Pay, and Pay) Later. The bill for the finance hack of the pandemic is coming due—for all of us.
The Group Portrait: Less Tall, Less Male, Still Young • The Paris Review has a new editor, a new staff, and a new vibe.
Laila and Nadia Gohar • The sisters launch a line of coolly unusual housewares with a party on a Rockefeller Center rooftop. Cue the doves.
Technocracy : Sam Adler-Bell • The Liberal Obsession With ‘Disinformation’ Isn’t Helping It’s time to move on from the traumas of 2016.
There Has to Be a Backup Plan. • Inside the 2024 soul-searching that’s happening in every corner of the Democratic Party—except the White House.
The SAD YOUNG LITERARY MAN Is Now a MIDDLE-AGED DAD • KEITH GESSEN wrote a memoir about family life. His wife, EMILY GOULD, is mostly okay with that.
A PRACTICAL GUIDE TO ACCESSING AN ABORTION TODAY AND TOMORROW
WHAT IT’S LIKE TO GET AN ABORTION NOW
WHAT IT COULD BE LIKE AFTER ROE FALLS
WHERE TO FIND A CLINIC • Abortion providers state-by-state, how to reach them, and what services they provide. Plus a guide in eight parts of where to turn if abortion is banned.
…AND WHAT TO DO IF YOU CAN’T
The Only Olive Oils You’ll Ever Need
How to Choose a Great Olive Oil
The Brooklyn Mirage • At the season opening of the East Williamsburg venue, ravers braved heavy winds and rain to dance under a new 200-foot-wide video screen.
THE LOOK BOOK: EAST WILLIAMSBURG CLUBBERS
Realism Is Not His Deal • Joseph Giovannini turned this Los Angeles loft into an op-art womb. His tenant loves it.
At Patti Ann’s, the Kids’ Menu Is the Only Menu • Pigs in a blanket and chicken-fried pork chops just like Mom never used to make.
In the East Village, Vegan Pancakes Fit for a Burmese Gangster
The Best Bagels in the World? • They might be on Long Island.
A Half-Dozen Long Island Bagel Shops Worth the Drive
As Bright As Possible • For the highly prolific Akwaeke Emezi, literary success is a spiritual calling.
PinkPantheress Fans Only • Everyone’s a main character at the anonymous singer’s live New York debut.
Cruise’s Last Stand • Thirty-six years after the original, Top Gun: Maverick eulogizes the actor’s entire career.
Hollywood Misfit • After a career-making performance at 17, Melanie Lynskey felt lost in the industry. It took years to find her way out of the wilderness.
Park Avenue’s Greatest Pipes • Inside the organ at St. Bartholomew’s, enveloped in 18th-century surround sound.
Men Are All the Same • In Alex Garland’s latest, patriarchy is inevitable.
How Do You Really Feel? • Kendrick Lamar takes us to therapy.
Young, in Love, and Inert • Private yearnings are faintly expressed in this Sally Rooney adaptation.
To Do • Twenty-five things to see, hear, watch, and read. MAY 25–JUNE 8
So What Is the World Series of Darts? • “Sports’ biggest party” arrives in New York for the first time at the Hulu Theater at Madison Square Garden, June 3 and 4; from $38.
THE APPROVAL MATRIX • Our deliberately oversimplified guide to who falls where on our taste hierarchies.