The latest installment of “American Crime Story” wants to complicate the villainization of Tripp, the civil servant who betrayed Monica Lewinsky, by putting her treachery in the greater context of a cultural and political rot.
The point of the so-called audits is not so much to delegitimize the past election as it is to normalize unnecessary reviews of future ones—including, perhaps, a 2024 race in which Trump’s name may be on the ballot.
When Hank Morris was put in prison by Andrew Cuomo for a kickback scheme involving the state pension fund, Morris’s plea agreement prevented him from complaining that he got railroaded. So he made a musical, “A Turtle on a Fence Post,” to speak for him.
Wolfgang Van Halen, the front man of Mammoth WVH and the son of Eddie Van Halen, pays a visit, in between stadium shows with Guns N’ Roses, to his happy place: the Friends Experience, in Gramercy Park.
In 1898, white supremacists in Wilmington, North Carolina, staged a coup and murdered dozens of Black residents. More than a century later, a team of volunteers tries to track down every living relative of the victims.
A new restaurant in the Flatiron district serves white soba, made from the core of the buckwheat seed, in a soy-laced house broth or with a cold dipping sauce, accompanied by meaty mushrooms or lightly battered lobster tempura.
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