Tubi Is Reviving a Lost Joy: Watching Really, Really Bad Movies

Their films have gone viral for their awful production values. But their success says fascinating things about what comes after…

Listening to Music Is Better When It’s a Conversation Among Friends

At group listening sessions, everybody gets a turn to speak by choosing a song.

My Mother-in-Law Hasn’t Saved for Retirement. Are We On the Hook?

The magazine’s Ethicist columnist on the financial support owed to an aging in-law.

My Son Refuses to Play With an Outcast. Does That Make Him a Bully?

The magazine’s Ethicist columnist on how a parent might address social exclusion among a group of schoolchildren.

He Had Severe Heartburn. Could His Trouble With Balance Be Related?

His mouth always tasted like metal and he vomited several times a week. Nothing seemed to help. Then his sister…

How Mark Meadows Became the Least Trusted Man in Washington

On most Monday mornings, Mark Meadows commutes from his home in South Carolina to his workplace in Washington. He flies…

How Oct. 7 Drove a Wedge Into the Democratic Party

When George Santos, the indicted fabulist, was expelled from Congress in December, Nassau County Republicans scrambled to hunt up a…

A Stunning Soufflé Is an Act of Love

Soufflés have a reputation for being precious or fanciful. But they can also be deeply satisfying rustic, peasant food.

Tired of Meditation? Try Looking for Clams.

For those of us who have difficulty finding peace while sitting in one place, clamming can be an unexpected escape.

The False Note in Bradley Cooper’s ‘Maestro’

The film celebrates Leonard Bernstein’s musical duality, but fails to seriously engage with his bisexuality.

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