An essential new collection from one of the great journalists of our time.
Hollywood likes its sex workers damaged and pitiful, but writer-director Jill Soloway’s first feature portrays a different kind of stripper.
With her first novel, White Teeth, the 23-year-old prodigy became a literary sensation. With her latest, NW, she reminds us what the fuss was all about.
As The Good Wife returns to TV, a litigator says “enough with this Barbie crap.”
Why America fell for that Indian girl from The Office.
While a nation mourns the end of Season Seven, a confessed addict attempts to understand her own obsession.
With her book of tweets, Elinor Lipman captures the Zeitgeist in a way that few 60-something professors manage to do.
When female comedians joke about crying in the shower, they’re letting us all down.
In part two of our series, we meet two women who hire gigolos — and love it.
As Occupy Wall Street resumes operations on May Day, so will the art movement it has engendered. And no, it’s not just drum circles and cardboard signs. Think again.