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  1. tv review
    The New Magnum P.I. Shows a Lot of PromiseThe CBS reboot’s pilot captures most of what made the original great.
  2. close reads
    Helen DeWitt’s The Last Samurai Is the Best Book of the Century (for Now)The Last Samurai is a masterpiece. It’s an accident of recent history that it’s taken the culture some time to realize it.
  3. books
    A Premature Attempt at the 21st Century Literary CanonWherein a panel of learned critics tells us what belongs on a list of the 100 most important books of the 2000s … so far.
  4. dylan farrow
    Dylan and Ronan Farrow Respond to New York Magazine Profile of Soon-Yi Previn“I have a message for the media and allies of Woody Allen: no one is ‘parading me around as a victim.’”
  5. agenda
    25 Things to See, Hear, Watch, and Read Over the Next Two WeeksThe Sisters Brothers, New York Philharmonic, Maniac, Washington Black, and more.
  6. profile
    John C. Reilly Is Everybody’s Better HalfHe says he works best in duos, and he’s in three this fall: Stan & Ollie, Holmes and Watson, and The Sisters Brothers.
  7. music
    Have Paul McCartney and Paul Simon Run Out of Steam?It’s complicated.
  8. fall preview 2018
    37 Classical and Dance Performances to See This FallEmma Portner, Nico Muhly, Julia Wolfe, Trisha Brown, and more.
  9. fall preview 2018
    31 New Albums to Listen to This FallFrom Paul McCartney, Cat Power, Yoko Ono, Prince, Kurt Vile, and more.
  10. fall preview 2018
    The Future Belonged to Hilma af KlintThe 20th-century mystic and pioneering abstract painter finally gets taken seriously at the Guggenheim.
  11. fall preview 2018
    49 Must-See Art Shows Opening This FallFrom Daniel Arsham, Carmen Herrera, Irving Penn, and more.
  12. fall preview 2018
    Jonathan Lethem Wrote a Mystery Novel to Beat His Trump BluesThe Feral Detective emphatically reasserts the notion that a novel can grapple with a cultural moment.
  13. fall preview 2018
    60 New Books to Read This FallFrom Gary Shteyngart, Bob Woodward, Michelle Obama, Jonathan Lethem, and more.
  14. fall preview 2018
    Bryan Cranston Knows Things Are BadThe actor on playing Network’s Howard Beale on Broadway and being filled with anxiety.
  15. fall preview 2018
    33 New (and 16 Returning) Shows to Watch This FallThe Romanoffs, BoJack Horseman, Charmed, and more.
  16. fall preview 2018
    Lil Rel on His Vision for His New Show RelTalking to the self-described TV-and-movie nerd, it’s clear that this is a moment he’s been preparing for his whole life.
  17. fall preview 2018
    42 Theater Performances to Catch This FallThe Ferryman, The Cher Show, To Kill a Mockingbird, and more.
  18. fall preview 2018
    Will Lucas Hedges Survive the Fall?He’s in three movies and making his Broadway debut — very neurotically — in The Waverly Gallery.
  19. fall preview 2018
    Kiernan Shipka’s Season of the WitchSally Draper grows up on Netflix’s Chilling Adventures of Sabrina.
  20. fall preview 2018
    Claire Foy on First Man, Anxiety, and Working With Damien ChazelleThe star of The Crown is in the midst of a professional stretch so frenetic it would probably send a lesser woman screaming into the night.
  21. fall preview 2018
    97 Movies to See This FallA Star Is Born, Suspiria, Boy Erased, and more.
  22. fall preview
    What Do You Expect From Jonah Hill? How About ‘Director’?The actor and unlikely style icon on finding his true calling.
  23. music
    Troye Sivan Aims for Broad Pop Stardom by Getting PersonalWith his sophomore album Bloom, the 23-year-old Australian is learning how to be genuine on a mass scale but also how to keep a little to himself.
  24. chat room
    Eli Roth: ‘The New Shocking Is Doing a PG Movie’The controversial director of ridiculously violent horror movies adapts a kids’ lit classic.
  25. folio
    Yoko Ono Revisits Her Past, and the Weather in Her HeadHer new album Warzone and a new book reimagining Imagine both arrive in October.
  26. tv review
    Mayans M.C. Doesn’t Quite Measure Up to Its PredecessorKurt Sutter’s Sons of Anarchy follow-up is a show with its own personality and focus, though by no means a great one.
  27. movie review
    Hulu’s Crime + Punishment Is a Powerful Work of DocumentaryStephen Maing’s film about 12 NYPD whistle-blowers makes you angry and scared in equal measure.
  28. profile
    Sandra Oh Finally Gets Her DueAfter decades in supporting parts, the Emmy nominee plays the hero in Killing Eve.
  29. encounter
    Playing Dumpling Roulette With Kieran Culkin, TV’s New Favorite Lovable Bad BoyHe’s the breakout character on HBO’s Succession, the breakout show of the summer.
  30. movie review
    Ethan Hawke’s Blaze Reconsiders an Unsung Country SongwriterMusician Ben Dickey and Alia Shawkat star in this fuzzy but moving biopic of Blaze Foley.
  31. theater review
    Theater Review: Direct From Exit 9, It’s Gettin’ the Band Back TogetherJammed with broken heroes on a last-chance power drive.
  32. how to write a song in 2018
    How to Write a Great Rock LyricAccording to Alex Turner of Arctic Monkeys.
  33. how to write a song in 2018
    In the Write: The Evolution of Country Music in NashvilleNashville’s new generation of country artists are more involved in crafting their own songs. Some of the most distinct perspectives belong to women.
  34. how to write a song in 2018
    Why Are All the Songs of the Summer So Sad?Welcome to pop’s Great Depression.
  35. movie review
    Madeline’s Madeline Is a Confusing, Yet Thrilling, Coming-of-Age StoryJosephine Decker’s film about a young girl playing a cat in an improvisational theater piece functions as a metaphor.
  36. in conversation
    Kathleen Turner on Trump’s “Gross” Handshake and the Co-Star She SlappedIf a man comes on set and says, “Here’s how I see this being done,” people go, “He’s decisive.” If a woman does it, they say, “There she goes.”
  37. how to write a song in 2018
    The Songwriting Camps Where Pop’s Biggest Hits (and Personalities) Get CraftedThese camps, or at least the collaborative songwriting process, have fundamentally changed the way music sounds.
  38. movie review
    Spike Lee’s BlacKkKlansman Is an Entertaining and Effective Piece of MelodramaThe filmmaker doesn’t do subtlety.
  39. how to write a song in 2018
    Charli XCX’s Path to Becoming Pop’s Preeminent Hook MakerThe key to writing a good song for the brat-pop wunderkind turned musical futurist? Speed and avoiding her feelings.
  40. encounter
    Playing Tourist With BlacKkKlansman’s John David WashingtonSpike Lee’s new star is becoming face-on-the-movie-poster famous.
  41. new music
    What’s That Sound? In Ashley Fure’s Compositions, It Could Be Almost Anything.Twanging aircraft cables? Crinkly paper moved by speaker vibrations? Sure.
  42. the true crime wave
    52 Great True-Crime PodcastsThe post-Serial boom.
  43. architecture
    The MoMA’s Tribute to Yugoslavia’s ‘Concrete Utopia’ Is a RevelationThis hugely ambitious show portrays an idiosyncratic, multiethnic, and open postwar society that propelled itself into the industrial age with brio.
  44. movies
    Crazy Rich Asians Author Kevin Kwan Goes HollywoodThe author is happy to be the public face of his book’s upcoming movie adaptation. But he’d be happier if somebody else were doing it for him.
  45. theater review
    Theater Review: Straight White Men Dares to Be ComplicatedIn the whirl of glibness and fury that is identity politics, Young Jean Lee has that rare quality: nuance.
  46. book excerpt
    Parker Posey’s Life in Christopher Guest MoviesIn an excerpt from her new memoir, You’re on an Airplane, the actress reflects on Waiting for Guffman, Best in Show, and Guest’s zen talents.
  47. encounter
    Talking Instagram, Trump, and Old New York With Michiko KakutaniFor three decades, hers was the most influential voice in publishing. With the release of The Death of Truth, she now finds herself being reviewed.
  48. comics
    A Brief History of Batman and Catwoman’s 78-Year CourtshipBatman’s caped crusading and unresolved orphan issues don’t allow him to open his heart often. But he’s come close to finding love with Catwoman.
  49. art
    David Wojnarowicz’s Whitney Retrospective Is Overdue, But Couldn’t Be TimelierThis is an astonishingly relevant, urgently important show that reflects on what it means to be human in a time of encroaching political darkness.
  50. movie review
    Bo Burnham’s Eighth Grade Is a Haunting Portrait of AdolescenceWatching Burnham’s debut feature, you might realize what all great teenage coming-of-age stories have in common: unbearable levels of anxiety.
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