Greetings sous-vide adventurers, and welcome back to a warm and comforting installment of Will It Sous Vide?, the weekly column where I make whatever you want me to with my immersion circulator. Read more...
Apple recently released iTunes 12.6, and it addresses some issues that readers have been writing me about for some time. In this week’s column, I answer a couple of those questions and explain some of the changes in iTunes 12.6. Apple has—finally—brought back the ability to open playlists in their own windows. Show More Summary
The Downtown Express “Transit Sam” column observes, “Now that Brooklyn-Battery Tunnel tolls have gone up, we’re seeing more traffic divert to the Brooklyn and Manhattan bridges, affecting Lower Manhattan. If you use the tunnel, you’ll see longer lines for cash payment. Show More Summary
With Brexit looming, and protectionist pressures mounting elsewhere in the developed world, the question of whether trade policy matters is taking on more significance. This column looks at the extent to which trade policy was responsible for the shift towards intra-imperial trade in the interwar period. Show More Summary
The generation and diffusion of scientific knowledge and technology are assumed to be drivers of modern economic growth, but there is a lack of firm empirical evidence of this. This column uses the first detailed data on the densityShow More Summary
That is the topic of my latest Bloomberg column, and it is assuming no major increase in supply in the megacities themselves. Here is one bit: We live in a special time where clustered activities are unusually important for economic growth. Show More Summary
THE KOREAN WAR ISN’T OVER — AND THAT’S A DANGEROUS FACT: My latest New York Observer column.
If you are a columnist you know you have hit a home run when your column gets read on air by multiple radio talk show hosts. Such is certainly the case with this morning’s Daniel Henninger column in the WSJ. I have personally heard it read by Hewitt and Prager this morning, and I am betting if they read it so did a lot of others. Show More Summary
Five new rentals, from a Zen-like cottage to the heights of downtown Welcome to Curbed Comparisons, a regular column exploring what you can rent for a set dollar amount in different neighborhoods. Is one person's studio another person's townhouse? Let's find out. Show More Summary
This week, the New Yorker’s Page-Turner section is revealing previously unimaginable aspects of Walt Whitman’s complex literary legacy. Shrouded behind numerous pen names, “Mose Velsor” was one, Whitman wrote a men’s health column for the New York Atlas that extolled the virtues of “virile power” and damned vices like overthinking, prostitues, and, uh, potatoes. “Belying […]
Here’s an NHL column that has absolutely nothing to do with Bill Simmons. Definitely not. [The Comeback] Read more...
Hello and welcome to Ask Dr. NerdLove, the only dating column to prevent the resurrection of Dracula. Read more...
The whole week goes "meh" as the sole purchase swings and misses while the rest fail to make an impression as this column celebrates its anniversary. The post The Buy Pile: It’s Our Anniversary – with Deathstroke appeared first on C...
The story of the first American interior decorator Welcome back to Period Dramas, a weekly column that alternates between rounding up historic homes on the market and answering questions we’ve always had about older structures. It's not hard to find inspiration if you're looking to decorate your home. Show More Summary
“I’m going to write a column about dating you and call it ‘Sleeping with the Enemy,’” I announced from my rocking chair. His rocking stopped. “The enemy?” The rain was falling on the trees in front of my porch and on his parade. “Why am I the enemy?” “You know, clinicians vs. hospital administrators.” “Really?” […]
A look back at the nearly-forgotten DC Comics series that is finally getting collected in trade paperback. Column by Bart Bishop The concept of Supergirl is pretty simple, right? Kara Zor-El, the teenage cousin of Superman, is rocketed away from the planet of Krypton as it’s about to explode. Show More Summary
Professor Danley’s excellent column about the parochialism of the Democratic Party struck home when I heard a passing remark by a high-ranking state party leader lamenting the fact that the various grass roots activities like Action Together are not coalescing...Read more
U.S. President Donald Trump arrives to meet with congressional Republicans at the U.S. Capitol in Washington, U.S. March 21, 2017. Photo by Jonathan Ernst/Reuters Editor’s Note: Journalist Philip Moeller is here to provide the answers you need on aging and retirement. Show More Summary
Welcome to our column, "Hey, Quick Question," where we investigate seemingly random happenings in the fashion and beauty industries. Enjoy!The last time we discussed a Yeezy shoe that looked an awful lot like another brand's, it was last February, when we noticed that Yeezy Season 3's plastic-y,... Continue reading
Hey, Daddy! is a monthly column exploring the joys and struggles of parenting from a gay father’s perspective. Got a topic idea or question for Daddy? Send your letter along to firstname.lastname@example.org. When my husband David and I became new parents, we thought it would be fun and perhaps even affirming to get involved with a gay dad's group. Show More Summary