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  1. books
    Mark Morris, Resident Troublemaker of Dance, on His Spiky New MemoirThe celebrated choreographer can still feel like a charlatan.
  2. profile
    Brittany Howard’s Solo MissionAfter critical acclaim with the Alabama Shakes, the fiery frontwoman goes it alone.
  3. the file
    The Rise of Timothée Chalamet, Hollywood’s New KingHe might be just 23, but he’s already an Oscar-nominated leading man, a social-media phenomenon, and, perhaps most surprisingly, a fashion icon.
  4. profile
    Andrea Long Chu Wants MoreThe 26-year-old critic argues for a new understanding of gender and desire in her debut book, Females.
  5. movies
    ‘Heil Me, Man’: How Taika Waititi Learned to Play HitlerFor Jojo Rabbit, a black comedy about a Nazi fanboy at the end of the Third Reich, the director cast himself as a make-believe version of the Führer.
  6. agenda
    16 Things to Do in New York City Over the Next Two WeeksPeter Dinklage in Cyrano, the Brooklyn Horror Film Festival, Adam Rapp’s new play, and more.
  7. vulture picks
    10 Notable New Releases Over the Next Two WeeksHBO’s Watchmen arrives, the Dolly Parton podcast, Zadie Smith’s latest book, and more.
  8. movie review
    Parasite Is an Acid-Black Comedy That Eats at the MindAt the heart of Bong Joon-ho’s latest film is the most gnawing evolutionary fear of all.
  9. tv review
    Mr. Robot’s Final Season Brings a Unique Vision Into FocusSeason four of the cyberthriller is a virtuosic culmination of everything creator Sam Esmail has built to date.
  10. theater review
    Theater Review: Deep in Red America with Heroes of the Fourth Turning“Will Arbery’s Heroes of the Fourth Turning is so frighteningly well written, it’s hard to write about.”
  11. profile
    Bong Joon-ho’s Dystopia Is Already HereThe Korean director’s ferocious new film, Parasite, is a parable of our money-hungry world. It’s also the most fun you’ll have in theaters this fall.
  12. art
    What Does the New MoMA Mean for Modernism? And What Was Modernism Anyway?The reimagined Museum of Modern Art tries to open itself up.
  13. movie review
    Joker Is One Unpleasant Note Played Louder and LouderJoaquin Phoenix is impressive, but the film panders to selfish, small-minded feelings of resentment.
  14. encounter
    Aaron Paul Couldn’t Be Happier to Be Jesse Pinkman AgainThe Breaking Bad star returns to his greatest role.
  15. set visits
    Transparent Goes Out With One Last Crazy DanceOn the set of musical finale’s closing number, “Joyocaust.”
  16. opera review
    A Gorgeous Porgy and Bess, Its Flaws Intact, at the Metropolitan OperaAll those musical superpowers on the Met’s stage make Porgy as easy to love as it is hard to swallow.
  17. profile
    Jonathan Groff Is More Than Just the Murder GuyBouncing from Mindhunter to Little Shop of Horrors, the actor is finally having fun.
  18. from the archives
    Is Friends Still the Most Popular Show on TV?Why so many 20-somethings want to stream a 20-year-old sitcom about a bunch of 20-somethings sitting around in a coffee shop.
  19. art
    The Return of the Tribeca Art SceneEven though most artists can’t afford to live here, the galleries are back.
  20. q&a
    A New Documentary Explores the Secrets and Lies of Roy CohnTrump mentor. Joe McCarthy protégé. AIDS victim. More than three decades after his death, he still haunts American life.
  21. tv review
    Ken Burns’s Country Music Is Powerful, Beautiful, and Somehow Still IncompleteThe 16-hour, eight-part series doesn’t have as firm a handle on the big-picture stuff as it wants you to think.
  22. fall preview
    The Best Classical Music Performances to See This FallPorgy and Bess returns, Kelli O’Hara sings with the New York Philharmonic, and more.
  23. fall preview 2019
    Anthony Roth Costanzo Is the Pharaoh We NeedThe countertenor brings the sexually ambiguous monarch of Philip Glass’s Akhnaten to the Met.
  24. fall preview 2019
    The Canadian Cree Artist Remixing History in the Met’s Great HallIsn’t Kent Monkman’s time-traveling, gender-fluid, indigenous sex goddess exactly what art needs right about now?
  25. fall preview 2019
    The Best and Biggest Art Shows to See to This FallFrom JR, Amy Sherald, Pope.L, and more.
  26. fall preview 2019
    Carmen Maria Machado’s Emotional ExorcismThe author follows up her debut story collection with a memoir of abuse that dances between genres.
  27. fall preview 2019
    8 New Podcasts to Listen to This FallA Dr. Death follow-up, a series on Dolly Parton, and more true-crime stories.
  28. backstories
    The Hustlers at ScoresA few strippers who stole from (mostly) rich, (usually) disgusting, (in their minds) pathetic men and gave to, well, themselves.
  29. fall preview
    Plane-Crash Podcast Passenger List Podcast Is Ready for TakeoffThe serialized fiction podcast series revolves around a flight that goes missing over the Atlantic and the stories of the people onboard.
  30. fall preview 2019
    How Roselyn Keo’s Life Inspired the Hustlers MovieFrom stripper pole to tent pole.
  31. fall preview 2019
    The Best and Biggest Albums to Listen to This FallFrom Tame Impala, Charli XCX, FKA Twigs, and more. Plus, four not-to-miss concerts.
  32. fall preview 2019
    Jeff Tweedy on the Best and Worst of Wilco“Oh I’ve got reservations / About so many things.”
  33. fall preview 2019
    King Princess Is Ready for the ThroneIt’s time to bend the knee to Brooklyn queer pop royalty.
  34. fall preview 2019
    Ivo van Hove on Bringing West Side Story to Broadway“It’s an amazing story about contemporary life, about young people who get stuck in a cycle of violence.”
  35. fall preview 2019
    The Best and Biggest Theater Performances to See This FallThe Inheritance, Jagged Little Pill, Freestyle Love Supreme, and more.
  36. fall preview 2019
    The Best and Biggest Books to Read This FallFrom Margaret Atwood, Zadie Smith, Salman Rushdie, and more.
  37. fall preview 2019
    The Best and Biggest TV Shows to Watch This FallThe Morning Show, Watchmen, Nancy Drew, and more.
  38. fall preview 2019
    Regina King Finally Gets Her Theme MusicYou could say the actor has been a superhero for years. Now, on Watchmen, she finally gets to play one.
  39. fall preview 2019
    The Hustle Behind HustlersHow do you get a film about rich white men getting scammed made in an industry run by rich white men? First step: Get J.Lo to sign on.
  40. fall preview 2019
    The Best and Biggest Movies to See This FallCats, Frozen II, Little Women, and more.
  41. fall preview 2019
    Robert Eggers on The Lighthouse, His Bleakly Gorgeous Follow-up to The WitchThe director places us in a remote 19th-century lighthouse, where two men — played by Willem Dafoe and Robert Pattinson — find themselves at odds.
  42. fall preview 2019
    Marisa Tomei’s Got That BiteShe’s playing the trying-to-be-merry widow Serafina in Tennessee Williams’s The Rose Tattoo.
  43. profile
    Hollywood Almost Broke Renée Zellweger. Now She’s Back.After the Bridget Jones years, after the Harvey-at-Miramax years, after a long break from acting, the star is ready to play Judy Garland.
  44. fall preview 2019
    For the Season’s Biggest Debut Novel, Lara Prescott Goes Back to the USSRIn The Secrets We Kept, the author drew on newly unearthed CIA files and a family obsession with Dr. Zhivago.
  45. music
    Inside Brooklyn’s Newest Day-to-Night Vegan Music VenuePublic Records is a sort of postindustrial student union for postcollegiate adults looking for a way to spend their days.
  46. book excerpt
    A Party Room and a Prison Cell: Inside the Friends Writer’s RoomIt was like a vampire, forever hungering for fresh blood to suck.
  47. movie review
    Cold Case Hammarskjöld Presents a Conspiracy You’ll Want to BelieveThis tricked-up documentary about a suspicious 1961 plane crash in Zambia reminds you that conspiracy theories make for great yarns.
  48. art
    Ranking New York’s Most Toxic Museum BoardsWho might activists try to take down next?
  49. profile
    Who Was the Author of Toni Morrison?The writer was a creation of a woman named Chloe Wofford, who knew that Toni wasn’t hers; she was ours.
  50. encounter
    Preconcert Painting Time With Carly Rae Jepsen (and Her Mom)“Who doesn’t want to pretend they’re Picasso for a second?”
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