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  1. profile
    Surviving It AllShe’s 92, made it through the Holocaust, and set off for a cruise around the world in February.
  2. the longest lives
    Our Fragile GerontocracyOld people have never been so powerful — or, now, so vulnerable.
  3. space of the week
    In This Curator’s Apartment, Every Item Has a Life of Its OwnInside Pierre Apraxine’s West Village two-bedroom, filled with his eclectic and erudite collection of books, art, furniture, and artifacts.
  4. gallery
    The Look Book Goes to Ninth Avenue and West 34th StreetAt the normally bustling intersection, it was just a trickle of well-masked security guards, construction workers, and DoorDash delivery drivers.
  5. recommendations
    Now Is the Perfect Time to Memorize a PoemGive yourself over to a rhythm that is not your own.
  6. coronavirus
    Nannies Tell the Truth About Working During the Coronavirus‘Now that I’m out of isolation, I’m taking care of the whole family unit.’
  7. first person
    The Spaces Between UsWhen friends and neighbors run for the hills, small differences in wealth suddenly loom large.
  8. gallery
    The Look Book Goes to Freshmen’s BedroomsWe asked NYU students, all of whom are online learning for the rest of the semester, to take self-portraits on their beds.
  9. space of the week
    Getting by With a Little Art From Your FriendsArtist Katie Stout and her husband are in quarantine in their Fort Greene apartment, which feels a bit enchanted.
  10. education
    She Just Wants Her Students To Keep TalkingSamantha Elkaim knows she can’t replicate her classroom, but maybe she can still reach the kids.
  11. gallery
    The Look Book Goes to Broadway Stars’ CouchesWe asked the leads in dozens of shuttered shows to take a self-portrait on the sofa wherever they are quarantining.
  12. space of the week
    As Long As You’re Stuck in Your Apartment, Give Yourself a Story to LiveArtist Peter McGough has always insisted on living as if he’s in another era.
  13. gallery
    Rainbow-Spotting on the Quiet Streets of BrooklynLike a neighborhoodwide I Spy game, families are hanging drawings of rainbows in their windows for kids to spot on their daily walks.
  14. relationships
    A Therapist’s Advice For Couples Isolating TogetherThanks to tight quarters (and looming existential dread), partners are arguing about everything and nothing at all.
  15. parenting
    Homeschooling Tips From Actual TeachersThis is not the time for color-coded lesson plans, but there are ways to build a little flexible structure into your days.
  16. relationships
    Dating in CaptivityGo ahead and reinstall Tinder in self-isolation. Or, if that doesn’t work, join a virtual sext bunker.
  17. coronavirus
    A Photographer’s Diary of Life in IsolationElinor Carucci’s work has always focused on the everyday. But her own domesticity has never been so intense nor so constrained.
  18. parenting
    Perhaps It’s Time to Consider UnschoolingThings are falling apart, so why not take these weeks or months to let your ­children — and yourselves — think and learn outside the academic box.
  19. coronavirus
    What It Takes to Survive a DisasterI called my cousin Jack, who spent two years hiding from the Nazis in a Polish farmhouse, for advice.
  20. gallery
    Bernie Sanders Is My Favorite BandDIY merch-makers are still holding out hope.
  21. coronavirus
    A City of BodiesThe week we started hoarding beans.
  22. spring 2020 fashion issue
    Our Favorite Spring Runway Looks, Reimagined As CandlesArtist Janie Korn cast looks from Prada, Dior, Rick Owens, and more in wax.
  23. profile
    The Fashion Industry’s Librarians of LuxuryHow the Assoulines made their name on books to be seen (and occasionally read).
  24. spring 2020 fashion issue
    Needles, Diamonds, Smoke, and BruisingWhatever it takes to clear your chakras.
  25. ugly truths
    Throw Out Your Bra, AlreadyAn intimate look at our worst intimates.
  26. gallery
    1 P.M. at La GrenouilleThe New York Establishment has lunched here since 1962. On a recent afternoon, we invited a New Guard to join them.
  27. it's vintage
    The Favorite Cardigan of Cool Moms Is Making a ComebackHow the agnès b. “Le Classique” snap cardigan became the Chanel jacket of New York.
  28. science of us
    ‘Light Is My New Drug’The actually convincing science of photomedicine.
  29. end of an era
    The History of New York’s Most Downtown-y Retail StoreHow Opening Ceremony became a global hub for the fashion-curious.
  30. book excerpt
    An Everywoman and Her BodyI live in a world of thin people. I interview the famously thin. I know their habits, but I’m also aware that I am not one of them.
  31. spring 2020 fashion issue
    Will the Millennial Aesthetic Ever End?Investigating the undying tyranny of terrazzo.
  32. spring 2020 fashion issue
     The Enduring Joy of Fran DrescherTwenty-one years after the end of The Nanny, we’re still in her thrall.
  33. gallery
    The Look Book Goes to a Movement ClassWe spoke to sweaty dancers in Soho after two hours of “creative movement, play, music, contact exercises, and human-to-human connection.”
  34. politics
    Katie Hill, After the ScandalHer rise to Congress heralded the arrival of a new and modern political generation. And then the pictures leaked.
  35. encounter
    Songs for Feeling Your FeelingsSoccer Mommy writes through her life on Color Theory.
  36. feature
    The Stolen Kids of Sarah LawrenceWhat happened to the group of bright college students who fell under the sway of a classmate’s father?
  37. space of the week
    A Creative Community in a Former Paper-Clip Factory in the BronxThere are about 50 artists, furniture-makers, ceramicists, and architects in this Port Morris building. We visited 13 of them.
  38. power
    The Immoderate Susan CollinsAfter a long career voting across the aisle, why did the Maine senator gamble her legacy on Trump?
  39. look book
    The Look Book Goes to the Hebrew HomeAnd the adjoining RiverWalk apartments and RiverSpring Assisted Living in Riverdale, the Bronx, where we spoke, post-lunchtime, to the residents.
  40. gallery
    30,000 Ways to See New YorkDrawings from the final year of Jason Polan’s “Every Person in New York” project.
  41. that feeling when
    Introducing 78 New EmotionsA scientific theory that suggests we have infinite emotions, so long as we can name them — and so we did, asking writers to identify new ways to feel.
  42. that feeling when
    If You Can Say It, You Can Feel ItSome scientists believe we have infinite emotions, so long as we can name them.
  43. cut covers
    Janelle Monáe’s Afrofuture“It’s like an orgasm and the big bang happening while skydiving as Grace Jones smiles.”
  44. explainers
    Where to Shvitz in New YorkA guide to navigating the city’s (and North Jersey’s) baths, onsens, and 24-hour K-spas.
  45. profile
    Aidy Bryant Has Figured Out How to Get What She WantsWith a second season of Shrill and an eighth of SNL, she sees herself — and her characters — clearly.
  46. feature
    A Year’s Diary of Climate ReckoningSome scientists say the best way to combat climate change is to talk about it. For 2019, my New Year’s resolution was to do just that.
  47. portfolio
    When a Bag Becomes a CommunityHow the ‘Bushwick Birkin’ became a fashion status symbol.
  48. business
    The Rise of the Resistance SocialiteFor a new wave of boutique fashion brands, radical chic has met the girlboss.
  49. crime
    The Complete List of Allegations Against Harvey WeinsteinBy our count, 100 women have come forward with allegations of sexual assault or harassment against Weinstein, who has denied any criminal wrongdoing.
  50. crime
    100 Women vs. Harvey WeinsteinThe disgraced movie mogul finally faces his day in court. But as his accusers know best, there might not be a Hollywood ending.
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