Joshua Rothman writes about Amazon‘s recent acquisition of Whole Foods, and how it might use the company to expand its retail and manufacturing operations.
Hua Hsu presents a roundup of recent cultural happenings, including the dbut of the Netflix show ‘Glow‘ and the death of the rapper Prodigy.
Corey Pandolph offers humorous mock baseball cards of players from fictional teams such as the Atlanta Polypeptides.
Richard Brody offers five summer-themed films available to stream online, including ‘Stranger by the Lake‘and ‘An Unmarried Woman.‘
Amanda Petrusich revisits Radiohead‘s album ‘OK Computer‘ on its twentieth anniversary, and discusses the band‘s reissue, ‘OKNOTOK.‘
Anna Wiener discusses the resignation of Travis Kalanick, the brash C.E.O. and co-founder of Uber, and what‘s next for the company.
Richard Brody reviews Sofia Coppola‘s new Civil War film, ‘The Beguiled,‘starring Nicole Kidman, Kirsten Dunst, and Colin Farrell.
On Radio Hour with David Remnick and Evan Osnos, Ai Weiwei reflects on censorship, a congressman talks about trade with China, and Chinese students explain the country‘s Ivanka Trump fever.
John Cassidy analyzes Mitch McConnell and the Republicans‘ new health-care bill, which would cut Medicaid to deliver tax cuts to wealthy households.
Jonathan Blitzer reports from Reston, Virginia, on the aftermath of the murder of the teen-ager Nabra Hassanen, who was killed near her mosque, last week.
Nathan Fitch skateboards with the professional skater Brian Anderson, who came out of the closet in a video for Vice Sports.
Russell Platt on the composer Darius Milhaud, including his classic recording with the Boston Symphony Orchestra of ‘La Cration du Monde‘.
In David Sipress‘s Daily Cartoon, a patient gets some underwhelming news from his doctor.
Jennifer Gonnerman writes about the dubious credentials of Lynne Patton, Eric Trump‘s wedding planner and a family friend, for a position at the Department of Housing and Urban Development.
Robin Wright on the terrorist group ISIS‘s destruction of the Great Mosque of al-Nuri, in Mosul, which might be a sign that their end is near.
Keaton Patti imagines a customized episode of the guided-meditation app Headspace, directed at a customer who has not paid his bill.
Alexandra Lange on how Marimekko dresses and their freeing designs were styled for modern working women.
Tech bros, Facebook over-sharers, proud parents of the gender-fluid: all feature in Unitard‘s new sketch show, ‘Tard Core-There Are No Safe Words.‘
All profits at this bustling Astor Place bar support institutions threatened by the Trump Administration.
‘Thunderbolt and Lightfoot‘ is a proto-bromance that becomes a crime story halfway through.
Even nostalgists can agree that Mario Carbone‘s iteration has institutional potential.
Two funky female-ensemble shows, on Netflix and TNT.
Franoise Mouly interviews the cartoonist Gary Panter about his process for ‘Songy of Paradise,‘ a comic focussed on John Milton‘s criticisms of the Bible.
Transitions at the Met and the Philharmonic.