Carlos Nazario – 12 Months.14 Covers.
The fashion industry can’t seem to get enough of Carlos Nazario.
A Crisis With No End in Sight
The opioid epidemic has worsened with Covid as overdoses reach new highs
Money, It's Gotta Be the Shoes
Young resellers are wringing profits out of everything from the latest Yeezys to outlet-store leftovers—and turning sneakers into a bona fide asset class
Trump used the White House to unleash a domestic terrorism movement. Security experts are worried what it will do next.
Notes for new breeders
Experienced breeders will tell you that there are a number of things they wish someone had told them before they had their first litter. This article will share a few of those items with you in the hope that it will encourage you to read more and ask more questions.
Design Hunting: Rock-Star Journalist Lisa Robinson Has Lived in Her Apartment for 45 Years
She’s kept an archive of the cassette tapes containing hundreds of interviews she’s done in her Upper East Side rental.
Rules for Being the Age You Are
Whether you’re 20 or 120, the author’s surprise-filled guide can help most anyone live happily ever
In her third book, the essay collection girlhood, published by Bloomsbury in March, Melissa Febos transforms scars into meditations on culture and psychology.
Billion Dollar Views
Why luxury villas with world-class vistas are increasingly in demand
Whether you fall into the “all well-designed amps sound the same when used within their limits” camp or the “amp selection is critical” army of true believers, it’s arguable that prior to the turn of the millennium amps designed for high-performance audio had fallen into a rut.
The Next Generation
The big car companies refresh their lineups on a pretty regular schedule. Honda, for example, brings out all-new versions of its models every four to five years, and it makes smaller upgrades and improvements in the years between the big changes.
A Forgotten Founder
Prince Hall was a free african american in Boston at a time of revolutionary fervor— and a transformative figure whose story deserves to be reinserted into the tale of America's creation.
TikTok Is the New Radio
“Drivers License,” the latest song to top the charts alongside a viral challenge, tells us something about the kind of music the app rewards.
Happiness Is a Warm Reboot
A nostalgia play that never pulls the football away.
Judas and the Black Messiah – In the Struggle
Is it possible to make a convincing Hollywood movie about an anti-capitalist radical?
Patricia Lockwood's Infinite Scroll
The Twitter-famous poet’s first novel, No One Is Talking About This, moves between the body in space and the mind online.
At Stone Barns Center, guest-chef residencies are bringing fresh flavors to fine dining.
Maya Wiley – The Crisis Candidate
Maya Wiley believes a traumatized city deserves a progressive mayor—and she is certain she’d be better at it than her former boss Bill de Blasio.
Chloe Zhao's America
The creator of quiet indie dramas is now the most-sought-after director in Hollywood.
What Robinhood and Apple Have in Common
There’s a curious thread connecting Robinhood, Facebook, Twitter, and Apple this year: The technology companies are starting to take active responsibility for what happens on their platforms.
When the Signal Goes Out
Government-ordered internet shutdowns are becoming more frequent
For Biden, Only the Left Is Left
Instead of wooing the centrist rump of the GOP, the president turns the other way
The Greatly Exaggerated Death of (Some) Cities
Anticipating the end of the pandemic, U.S. homebuyers are looking to denser neighborhoods in smaller urban areas
What Is Clubhouse, The Buzzy New Audio Chat App?
Clubhouse, an invitation-only audio chat app launched less than a year ago, has caught the attention of tech industry bigshots like Tesla CEO Elon Musk and Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg — not to mention the Chinese government, which has already blocked it in the country.
Furious Queen Bans Meghan Forever!
No longer welcome in Harry’s homeland after scandal over son Archie’s birth
In ‘Saint Maud,' is a Visceral Psychological Horror
Religion and horror are hardly novel bedfellows, but writer-director Rose Glass crafts something fresh of the construct in her promising debut “ Saint Maud.” The film follows the psychological undoing of a devout hospice nurse who becomes obsessed with saving the soul of her terminally ill patient.
Facebook Steps Up Vaccine Misinfo Efforts. Will It Work?
As inoculation efforts for the coronavirus ramp up around the world, Facebook says it’s going all in to block the spread of bogus vaccine claims.
Boeing To Outsource It Work To Dell, Eliminate 600 Jobs
Boeing Co. has said it will outsource a significant amount of information technology work to Dell starting in April, including support of cloud services, databases and information technology. The move is expected to eliminate 600 jobs.
China Spacecraft Enters Mars Orbit, 2nd In 2 Days After Uae
A Chinese spacecraft entered Mars orbit on Wednesday on a mission to land a rover and collect data on underground water and possible signs of ancient life, state media said.
Megha Bajaj shares some simple tips on how to develop the capacity for intuition, which can be cultivated in daily life.