September 02, 2013 / September 09, 2013

Fall Preview 2013

Movies: Leonardo DiCaprio and Martin Scorsese team up again—this time to tackle the glories and grotesqueries of Wall Street. TV: Anna Faris translates her off-color comedic-film persona for a network sitcom; Andy Samberg wears a badge, and a Speedo. Pop: How Sting got over himself and Neko Case turned depression into pleasureBooks: Margaret Atwood on literary dystopias and the benefits of the black plagueTheater: Real-life husband and wife Daniel Craig and Rachel Weisz wrestle with adultery—and Pinteresque pauses—on Broadway. Art: Wangechi Mutu’s otherworldly collagesClassical & Dance: Anna Nicole Smith joins Carmen and Madame Butterfly as opera’s latest femme tragique. Stores: Bright bike locks, chunky throws, leather aprons, and 47 other goods city retailers and e-tailers are excited to stockFood: Daniel Boulud’s former director of communications takes a spin as a restaurateur, M. Wells takes on the steakhouse, and Franny’s begets Marco’sNightlife:Eleven new spots where you can dance till (nearly) dawn, sample German brews from monks, and even practice your shuffleboard skills. Plus: Our critics reveal what they’re most looking forward to seeing, hearing, and reading this season.

 Photograph by Robert Maxwell for New York Magazine.

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