In 2008, after nearly a decade or so fighting her way up through Chicago’s restaurant trenches, the chef Iliana Regan quit her job at Alinea—the Sistine Chapel of American culinary modernism—to open a
The Turkish invasion of northern Syria, which Donald Trump green-lighted last week, has already turned into a humanitarian disaster for the Kurds, at least a hundred thousand of whom have been displaced.
On September 26th, two weeks before Lev Parnas and Igor Fruman were arrested at Dulles International Airport, Parnas was visiting Manhattan. It was during the U.N. General Assembly, and a large Ukrainian
WASHINGTON (The Borowitz Report)—In the latest embarrassing communications slipup for the White House, Donald Trump called Joe Biden over the weekend looking for dirt on Joe Biden. Reportedly, the phone
We live in an increasingly divisive world, and I for one am getting sick of it. We can’t meet new people, get to know them, and look past their beliefs and subsequent actions to see the one thing that
Months of demonstrations in Hong Kong may have led to the biggest political crisis that Chinese leadership has faced since the Tiananmen Square massacre, a generation ago. What began as objections to proposed
In the first scene of the Season 2 finale of “Succession,” Cousin Greg, like a page boy or lanky messenger shyly stalking to center stage, enters a Senate hearing to testify about systemic sex crimes coverups
As the next Democratic debates approach, Joe Biden’s advisers are probably giving him a crash course on Spotify; Elizabeth Warren’s are likely polishing a zinger about being pregnant in the workplace.
A group of friends grapple with ideologies in Will Arbery’s “Heroes of the Fourth Turning,” at Playwrights Horizons. “Heroes of the Fourth Turning,” the new play by Will Arbery, directed by Danya Taymor,