New York Magazine


This Giant, In-Depth 'Sopranos' Retrospective Is Full of Secrets and Surprises

Twenty years after 'The Sopranos' premiered, two TV columnists from Tony Soprano's hometown newspaper have released an exhaustive tome that includes eight conversations with show creator David Chase.


Sugar Sphinx Artist Kara Walker to Return with Two Huge New Public Works

Kara Walker talks solving politics in art, fighting her celebrity status, and upcoming work in the latest issue of New York Magazine.


How to Look at Art Like Jerry Saltz

Our minds were lightly Saltzed with anecdotes and advice about the art world, ruling Instagram, and not giving a fuck.


Talking About the World of Online Dating with Writer Maureen O'Connor

We sat down with the New York columnist to talk about online dating and how the internet has redefined sex and relationships for this generation of single people.


You Can Ditch the Wig, Food Critic, We Know Who You Are

In today's digital age—where camera phones and social media make privacy a relic of the past and hordes of hungry bloggers are taking over—why do some restaurant critics cling to anonymity? I talked to some respected critics to see what's up.