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Kelefa Sanneh writes about Tucker Carlson, Steve Bannon, Julius Krein, and the confusion and equivocation among Donald Trump’s current and former supporters.
José Ginarte on Balarama Heller’s series “Zero at the Bone,” shot in the Florida Everglades.
A piece drawn from James Atlas’s “The Shadow in the Garden: A Biographer’s Tale,” which is out August 22nd, from Pantheon.
Jessamyn Conrad on Michele Carragher, whose embroidery adorns the costumes on the HBO series “Game of Thrones.”
Who could have predicted the President’s latest outrage? Barack Obama and anyone, really.
Timothy Ferris, the producer of the Golden Record, which was launched aboard the twin Voyager probes, in 1977, describes how the project came to fruition.
In 1977, NASA sent a collection of music, sounds, and images from Earth into outer space. What cultural artifacts would you choose in 2017?
John Cassidy on Donald Trump’s decision to fire Steve Bannon and why his departure is no reason to suppose that Trump will change his ways.
David Sipress’s Bonus Daily Cartoon considers the news that President Trump has decided to dismiss Steve Bannon.
Jiayang Fan on what the racism behind the recent white-supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, looks like to an immigrant.
Alice Su writes about the dangers facing Filipina domestic workers who become pregnant in Jordan, where abortion is illegal and migrant women’s rights are not a priority.
Richard Brody and Anthony Lane recommend movies to see in theatres, including “Detroit,” “Good Time,” “Dunkirk,” and “Whose Streets?”
Jesse Will on the phenomenon of the Wavestorm Classic Longboard, which sells for a hundred dollars at Costco.
Harry Styles unearths his inner rock star, Jay-Z tours his thirteenth album, and Ms. Lauryn Hill and Nas co-headline for the first time.
Beautiful natural vistas, drama, and history come together at Boscobel House and Gardens.
Pina Bausch’s company soldiers on, Alexei Ratmansky premières a new ballet, and Matthew Bourne adapts “The Red Shoes” for the stage.
The New Museum’s “Trigger: Gender as a Tool and a Weapon,” the Guggenheim’s “Art and China After 1989: Theater of the World,” and more.
In “Mother!,” “Wonderstruck,” “Faces Places,” and “Marshall,” the past and the present merge.
The décor is rave-bondage-meets-future-Tokyo, but the bouncer greets guests with a handshake and a warm welcome.
On Diego Garcia’s minimalist pescatarian menu, neither meat nor gluten is missed.