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  1. fall preview 2021
    Which Festival Is Right for You?The best events this jam-packed season has to offer.
  2. movie review
    Tiffany Haddish and Oscar Isaac Are Off-Kilter Hot Together in The Card CounterWhat does professional poker have in common with enhanced interrogation? This lean, mean thriller (of sorts) from Paul Schrader.
  3. fall preview 2021
    Adrienne Warren Stands UpShe opened in Tina so badly hurt she could barely walk. Then came another mountain to climb.
  4. tv review
    Impeachment Asks Us to Gaze Upon Our Own DiscomfortThe newest American Crime Story is imperfect but transfixing, pushing the familiar tale of presidential scandal into the realm of American myth.
  5. fall preview 2021
    18 New Classical Music Performances to Hear This FallJonas Kaufmann sings at Carnegie Hall, Conrad Tao on stage at 92Y, and more.
  6. fall preview 2021
    Emily Davis Doesn’t Do ImpressionsPlaying Reality Winner without stunts in Is This a Room.
  7. fall preview 2021
    What Theater Learned on Its 18-Month VacationA traumatic time that’s yielding some good for both the art and the people who make it.
  8. fall preview 2021
    24 New and Returning Theater Performances to See This FallCompany revival, Letters of Suresh, SIX: The Musical, and more.
  9. opera
    Singing Their Angst From Their Beach TowelsAt BAM, the cast of the voyeuristic beach opera Sun & Sea performs from an indoor, sand-covered stage.
  10. fall preview 2021
    32 Movies We’re Excited to See This FallHouse of Gucci, Jennifer Lawrence in Don’t Look Up, Clint Eastwood’s Cry Macho, and more.
  11. fall preview 2021
    10 Must-See Art Shows to Catch This FallJerry Saltz on his most anticipated New York museum shows — from Jasper Johns at the Whitney to the Bronx Museum’s Biennial.
  12. fall preview 2021
    ‘Imagine a Black Woman Just Wanting Something’In Passing, Ruth Negga plays a character who dares you to disapprove of her choices.
  13. fall preview 2021
    The Party Girl’s RevengeMarlowe Granados’s debut novel, Happy Hour, is a picaresque for the glamorous and broke.
  14. fall preview 2021
    Knausgaard Debarks for a New Frontier: Genre FictionNorway’s most famous self-exile talks to Torrey Peters about his horror-inspired novel The Morning Star.
  15. fall preview 2021
    40 Books We Can’t Wait to Read This FallIncluding Sally Rooney, Colson Whitehead, Tiphanie Yanique, and, yes, Jonathan Franzen.
  16. fall preview 2021
    9 New Podcasts to Listen to This FallA24’s first narrative podcast, Don’t Ask Tig’s new season, and the legacy of Siegfried and Roy.
  17. fall preview 2021
    Seth Rogen Wants to Tell Your StoryThe actor–author–ceramicist–weed entrepreneur adds podcaster to his repertoire.
  18. fall preview 2021
    33 New and Returning Shows to Watch This FallNo matter what, when, or how you like to watch, TV’s got you covered.
  19. fall preview 2021
    John Cho Trained Like a Superhero for Cowboy Bebop, the Anime-Classic Remake“The regimen was to become functionally athletic rather than show-horse athletic.”
  20. fall preview 2021
    Penn Badgley, the Visible ManHe’s famous for his roles as a gossip and a stalker — and he’s a little disturbed by what fans see in him.
  21. fall preview 2021
    The Roys Summer in ItalyOn location with the cast of Succession, the most interestingly terrible billionaires on TV.
  22. books
    The Spine CollectorFor five years, a mysterious figure has been stealing books before their release. Is it espionage? Revenge? A trap? Or a complete waste of time?
  23. profile
    They Call Him Loop DaddyMarc Rebillet livestreams improvised music to millions of fans, often in just his boxer briefs.
  24. q&a
    The Story Behind Original Cast Album: CompanyStephen Sondheim and orchestrator Jonathan Tunick revisit the making of the album — and Elaine Stritch’s beautiful meltdown.
  25. tv
    TV’s White Guys Are in CrisisThey’re no longer the main characters, but they’re still around. So what happens to them?
  26. superlatives
    The Best and Worst of Hall & Oates, According to Daryl Hall“There are a lot of songs I would redo.”
  27. theater review
    In Merry Wives in the Park, the Real Housewives of Windsor Take ChargeFalstaff falls back as the women step up.
  28. movie review
    A Little of The Suicide Squad Goes a Long WayIt’s possible James Gunn’s “soft reboot” of the DC superhero franchise is too much of a good thing and not enough of a better thing.
  29. read like the wind
    The Listening House and 9 Other Reads I Can’t Get Out of My HeadBuoy yourself through the dog days with tales of intrigue and minutiae.
  30. art
    New York’s Most Beloved PuppetsFrom the childhood comforts of Sesame Street to the gleeful pop perversities of Avenue Q, a new show captures the heritage of puppetry in the city.
  31. the industry
    Where’s Scott Rudin?As Broadway reopens, its most significant producer has been banished — perhaps for the good, perhaps permanently. But also, perhaps, not.
  32. album review
    Billie Eilish Has Only Gone Quieter and More UnpredictableSo much of her sophomore album, Happier Than Ever, is a ruse.
  33. streamliner
    The Case for Speed-watching TV ShowsI swear I’m not a monster.
  34. profile
    Anthony Veasna So Knew He Was a StarWhen the author died at 28, he was on the cusp of literary fame. Everyone remembers him differently.
  35. book review
    Alexandra Kleeman Writes a Neo-Noir About an Even Thirstier HollywoodIn her novel Something New Under the Sun, Alexandra Kleeman writes a water war as disturbing as it is absurd.
  36. backstories
    Welcome 2 Prince’s AmericaAs told by the band who helped make the late legend’s “lost” album Welcome 2 America over a decade ago — never released until now.
  37. theater
    Redemption, Now on BroadwayAntoinette Chinonye Nwandu is determined for her play Pass Over to end on a high note — if she can just stick the rewrite.
  38. movie review
    The Green Knight Is a Ravishing, Unsettling FantasyIn David Lowery’s new A24 movie, Dev Patel is a gadabout in search of a legend to call his own.
  39. comedy review
    Tig Notaro Makes the Perfect Cartoon ComedianAn animated stand-up special wouldn’t work for every comedian. Thankfully, Drawn has an ideal star.
  40. profile
    Boys, InterruptingAt home with Please Don’t Destroy, the sketch-comedy group all over your feeds.
  41. cannes 2021
    100 Bewildering Hours at CannesThe most glamorous film festival remains unchanged — except for that pesky Delta variant.
  42. theater
    In Marcus Garvey Park, Seize the King Reimagines Richard IIIThis summer, Classical Theatre of Harlem puts up Will Power’s contemporary verse play built on very old bones.
  43. movie review
    The New Space Jam Never Thought It Could Be a Good MovieWhich is a shame, because LeBron James is certainly a better actor than His Airness ever was.
  44. tv review
    Naomi Osaka Is the Story of a Work in ProgressThe Netflix docuseries about the tennis phenom crafts an intimate study of a player for whom winning matches is only half the battle.
  45. podcast review
    In Aack Cast, Jamie Loftus Goes to Bat for ‘Cathy’The comedian’s audio series mounts a passionate defense of the funny pages’ most neurotic presence.
  46. encounter
    The Untidy Tales of Katie KitamuraHer hypnotic new novel asks: What happens when your main character is a passive witness to her own life?
  47. who let the dogs out
    Your Guide to Dog-Themed Reality TV, from Best to Woofed in ShowCanine-centric series are everywhere. Which ones are actually good?
  48. profile
    Saweetie Wants You to See Her SweatShe’s not yet the rapper she aspires to be. It’s all part of her long fame game.
  49. profile
    Tim Robinson Is Sorry for YellingOn I Think You Should Leave, the comedian’s anxieties fuel a vast world of jerks, idiots, and outright assholes.
  50. profile
    The Joke Was Never on Jennifer CoolidgeShe spins roles as trophy wives and divorcées into comic gold. Now she gets to show what else she can do.
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