Arts & Entertainment

Nobody Could Burn a Bridge Like Ernest Hemingway

No writer made friends — or enemies — as easily as Papa


How Park City Survived a Year Without Sundance

What happens to a resort town when its biggest draw stays home?

Home & Design

The Design Firm That Helps Divorced Dads Transition Back Into Single Life

Moving out is often the hardest part of the entire process. Why not outsource it?


How the Army Ranger From “Black Hawk Down” Is Helping Other Veterans Tell Their War Stories

He may be retired, but Matt Eversmann's commitment to the troops lives on in his writing


The 15 Best Films We Saw at Sundance

A virtual festival made for a new experience, but the entries remained world-class

New York

In The Maker, Hudson Has Its First Truly World-Class Boutique Hotel

New accommodations have exploded throughout the region, but one 11-room guesthouse rises above the competition


What the World’s Most Prolific Crime Writer Taught Me About John Lennon

Fiction or nonfiction, James Patterson’s loom always spins gold


How the Raunch-Com Shaped Millennial Masculinity, For Better and Worse

On the complicated legacy of American Pie and other late-‘90s and early-aughts teen comedies


In the Catskills, A Tiny House Resort Looms Large

Two hours north of NYC is an oasis at the forefront of a new hospitality trend


The Outlaw Logic and Wet Dream Mysticism of Matthew McConaughey

The latter-day renaissance man gets personal in new memoir "Greenlights," a love letter to living optimistically


Reality TV Is Inching Closer to “The Running Man,” And No One Seems to Care

Humanity is no stranger to cheering for death. Is history bound to repeat itself?


The Long, Violent History of Calling Someone a "Cuck"

From the Trojan War to Shakespeare, the oft-ridiculed archetype has always had much darker implications