To succeed, an Affleck project must be accompanied or preceded by Affleck facial hair.
How Bud Selig has kept his league out of the great sports labor wars.
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Snapchat sweeps campus.
Barroom pool, Mexican beer, and Taylor Swift talk with the Kennedy-family scion turned self-styled Lower East Side ingénue.
A standing knife, Halloween lollipops, and more new stuff in stores.
“I did a three-month meditation course in India, and in the next room were John Lennon and George Harrison. When they left, they said, “We wrote this song for you.”
Ootoya offers a down-to-earth alternative to expensive sushi and elaborate omakase feasts.
Rainbow Chard can be used to great effect in rich gratins, as co-chefs Ginevra Iverson and Eric Korsh do in dueling sides at Calliope in the East Village.
Urban mushroom hunters hit pay dirt at South Street Seaport.
The preferred heel height of grannies and practical people is suddenly, incredibly, chic.
Why more and more city parents are teaching their kids themselves.
Time traveling on Broadway for The Heiress.
The Sessions avoids all the usual sex-comedy-with-polio clichés.
Lena Dunham’s funny self-help manual just sold last week to Random House and probably won’t hit stores for at least a year—but it’s already all over the Curve.
Cornell's new East River campus aims to foster human creativity. But it looks a little robotic.
Darren Aronofsky builds Noah's Ark on Long Island.
Tooker Alley brings a historical martini menu to Prospect Heights.
Readers sound off on Marissa Mayer, Hudson Yards, and more.
Our deliberately oversimplified guide to who falls where on our taste hierarchies.
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