Culture

A New Manhattan West Theater Pairs Comedy and Magic With Fine Dining

The Midnight Theatre promises "everything under one roof that will help you escape your shitty life"

Sports

Did MLB’s Expanded Playoff Format Sour Its Regular Season Juice?

The National League East has yet to be decided, but the Mets are struggling to draw sizable crowds at Citi Field as fans are sitting out games in anticipation of the playoffs. That's a problem.

Sex & Dating

The 7 Best Anal Toys for You and Your Partner

Everything you need to know about anal toys and how they can improve your sex life

Sex & Dating

The 7 Best Strokers for Men

Including one with a "finish me" mode

TV

“Better Call Saul” Was as Cynical About America as “The Sopranos” — Maybe More

What prestige TV’s bookends had to say about this country and its citizens echoes the messaging of any Great American Novel: This place is shit.

Sports

Chants, Cheers and Beers With the Most Powerful Fans in Sports

We embedded with the Columbus Crew superfans known as The Nordecke for one wild weekend.

TV

Is “Prestige TV” Over?

Is the idea of what makes great television actually ruining good shows?

Sports

On the Frontlines of the Battle for Better Working Conditions in Minor League Baseball

For generations, MLB has operated as a monopoly, with players in its development league paying the price. Now, with adamant advocates and powerful politicos on their side, those most exploited by the system are hitting back.

Sex & Dating

Should Couples Have a Masturbation Policy?

For some couples, masturbation is more or less a secret. Others, however, adopt a much more liberal policy toward self-pleasure.

Arts & Entertainment

How This 30-Year-Old George Carlin Performance Predicted America in 2022

Contemporary comedians weigh in on the legendary comic's eerily prescient "Jammin' in New York" special

Sex & Dating

Meet the Men Who Love Being in Female-Led Relationships

They let their female partners control almost every aspect of their lives, and they love it

TV

What “Better Call Saul” Teaches Us About Friendship

On the fascinating co-dependent relationship at the heart of AMC's hit series