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  1. clarifications
    Everything You Know About Vincent van Gogh Is WrongAt Eternity’s Gate director Julian Schnabel addresses a few common myths about the troubled artist.
  2. reunions
    Willem Dafoe Sits Down With His Old Friend Jerry Saltz to Talk van GoghAfter decades apart, the two reunite to discuss Dafoe’s riveting performance in Julian Schnabel’s At Eternity’s Gate, about the artist’s last days.
  3. agenda
    25 Things to See, Hear, Watch, Read Over the Next Two WeeksMy Brilliant Friend, Bryan Cranston in Network, Glass Handel, and more.
  4. movie review
    In The Ballad of Buster Scruggs, the Coens Take Old Westerns to a New FrontierThis might be their bleakest work of all, and one of their richest.
  5. appreciations
    Everything You Wanted to Know About Andy Warhol in Eight WorksAn appreciation of an American revolutionary, ahead of the Whitney’s can’t-miss new retrospective.
  6. agenda
    25 Things to See, Hear, Watch, Read Over the Next Two WeeksBohemian Rhapsody, Chris Stapleton at MSG, Homecoming, The Feral Detective, and more.
  7. movie review
    Luca Guadagnino’s Suspiria Remake Casts No SpellIt takes everything deliriously surreal in the original and lumbers it with German history, gender studies, and cloddish dance/performance art
  8. appreciations
    Elton John Is Not the Man They Think He Is at HomeHe’s sold 150 million albums and been famous for five decades. But do we really know him?
  9. women and power
    Laverne Cox Felt a Lot of ‘Survivors’ GuiltShe’s struggled, increasingly aware that her visibility couldn’t erase the suffering of other trans women — or the trauma of her own past.
  10. book excerpt
    The Making (and Unmaking) of Paul’s BoutiqueThe Beastie Boys made a masterpiece. And then they were foiled by Donny Osmond.
  11. women and power
    Brooklynn Prince, Age 8, Already Knows How to Make People Listen“When I saw Wonder Woman, I knew I could stand up and have a voice like she did.”
  12. women and power
    To Binky Urban, ‘Power’ Is a Male Word“Being dominant is not anything I care about. What I care about is being effective, being respected,” says the most powerful woman in book publishing.
  13. women and power
    Marsha Vlasic Told Lou Reed, ‘I Just Can’t Do This Anymore’The veteran music executive on being one of the first-ever female agents, speaking out against Neil Portnow, and the power of saying no.
  14. gallery
    Kerry Washington Is StretchingBackstage and onstage, as producer and star, in American Son.
  15. in conversation
    Peter Dinklage on the Weirdness of Fame and the Fate of Tyrion Lannister“As an actor, the best you can do is try to bring some honesty into your parts and hope people will follow,” says the star of My Dinner With Hervé.
  16. video games
    The Making of Rockstar Games’ Red Dead Redemption 2How the creator of the megahit Grand Theft Auto digitized the West for its next blockbuster.
  17. agenda
    25 Things to See, Hear, Watch, Read Over the Next Two WeeksOn Beckett, Private Life, Steely Dan, Friday Black, and more.
  18. a closer look
    How St. Vincent Reimagines Her Own SongsThe singer on writing “Savior” and then recording it two ways.
  19. tiff 2018
    TIFF Review: First Man Is Laborious, and StupendousFirst Man might be the most grounded space movie ever made.
  20. studio 54
    The Founder of Studio 54 Is Finally Ready to Tell What Really Went Down ThereIan Schrager on getting over his embarrassment for doing time for stealing from the disco, and having Roy Cohn as his lawyer.
  21. habitats
    How Novelist John Wray Made His Brooklyn Brownstone Into a Writers’ ClubhouseThis Park Slope townhouse is a cross between an artists’ colony, a co-working space, and a frat house.
  22. books
    Mystery Writer Tana French’s Tips for Crafting a Red HerringHow the author of In the Woods and The Witch Elm leads the reader down the wrong trail.
  23. tv review
    The Romanoffs Follows Privilege All the Way DownMatthew Weiner’s first TV project since Mad Men is another portrait of white people in decline.
  24. profile
    The Next Michael UrieThe star of Torch Song was worried about being typecast in gay roles before he realized there were so many different kinds.
  25. profile
    Jamie Lee Curtis Will Have Her Revenge NowIn the new Halloween, she’s the one hunting Michael Myers. Welcome to the age of big-box-office post-trauma horror.
  26. movie review
    A Star Is Born Is One Hell of a Magic TrickI have zero doubts about the first half — it couldn’t be more charming.
  27. profile
    The Anti-Prestige ShowrunnerOn set with Jane the Virgin creator Jennie Snyder Urman, who makes great TV by ignoring all the trends.
  28. agenda
    25 Things to See, Hear, Watch, and Read Over the Next Two WeeksOklahoma!, Jonas Kaufmann, Big Mouth, Killing Commendatore, and more.
  29. art review
    What Was Delacroix Doing? A Relic of One Era, He Somehow Invented Many Others.Somehow his infuriatingly messy paintings point directly to Cézanne, Manet, Renoir, van Gogh, Matisse, de Kooning, Marlene Dumas, and Kara Walker.
  30. tv review
    The New Magnum P.I. Shows a Lot of PromiseThe CBS reboot’s pilot captures most of what made the original great.
  31. 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.
  32. 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.
  33. 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.’”
  34. agenda
    25 Things to See, Hear, Watch, and Read Over the Next Two WeeksThe Sisters Brothers, New York Philharmonic, Maniac, Washington Black, and more.
  35. 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.
  36. music
    Have Paul McCartney and Paul Simon Run Out of Steam?It’s complicated.
  37. fall preview 2018
    37 Classical and Dance Performances to See This FallEmma Portner, Nico Muhly, Julia Wolfe, Trisha Brown, and more.
  38. fall preview 2018
    31 New Albums to Listen to This FallFrom Paul McCartney, Cat Power, Yoko Ono, Prince, Kurt Vile, and more.
  39. fall preview 2018
    The Future Belonged to Hilma af KlintThe 20th-century mystic and pioneering abstract painter finally gets taken seriously at the Guggenheim.
  40. fall preview 2018
    49 Must-See Art Shows Opening This FallFrom Daniel Arsham, Carmen Herrera, Irving Penn, and more.
  41. 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.
  42. fall preview 2018
    60 New Books to Read This FallFrom Gary Shteyngart, Bob Woodward, Michelle Obama, Jonathan Lethem, and more.
  43. fall preview 2018
    Bryan Cranston Knows Things Are BadThe actor on playing Network’s Howard Beale on Broadway and being filled with anxiety.
  44. fall preview 2018
    33 New (and 16 Returning) Shows to Watch This FallThe Romanoffs, BoJack Horseman, Charmed, and more.
  45. 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.
  46. fall preview 2018
    42 Theater Performances to Catch This FallThe Ferryman, The Cher Show, To Kill a Mockingbird, and more.
  47. 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.
  48. fall preview 2018
    Kiernan Shipka’s Season of the WitchSally Draper grows up on Netflix’s Chilling Adventures of Sabrina.
  49. 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.
  50. fall preview 2018
    97 Movies to See This FallA Star Is Born, Suspiria, Boy Erased, and more.
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