Mad about Vlad!
Strong, mean, shirtless.
Preparing For The Big Finale.
We need to "understand" Russia's view of aggression? Try to apply that logic next time some American neocon calls for invading someone.
And it isn't faith.
Everybody loves the Pennsylvania Polka.
"Haunted Houses," the sixth episode of True Detective, was almost certainly the weakest hour yet. The show is so superbly acted and directed that this sounds like more of a criticism than it actually is; "Haunted Houses" was still terrific television. But for the first time the show felt somewhat clichéd and unoriginal—less an experiment in stylistically groundbreaking television than a retread of other cop shows and films.
When it was announced last year that New York was going to become a biweekly magazine, there was a good bit of hand-wringing from two overlapping groups of people. The first was print journalists who view (and not without reason) any reduction in dead-tree publications as ominous. And the second was fans of New York, who have long admired the magazine's combination of intelligent and entertaining stories and design, under the editorial eye of Adam Moss.
A Q&A with Michael Ignatieff
The Harvard scholar turned failed Canadian politican on whether intellectuals could ever win at politics
You may love these authors, but boy oh boy are these books doozies.