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Le1f Well Enough Alone
Quick rhyming NY rapper has a black answer for gay questions
Gadget Lust: Smooth Operator
On a quest for the juicer of her dreams our gadget queen finds salvation in pulp culture
Baryshnikov Outside the Box
One of our greatest modern dancers is on the road in some very modern theater
Today in Tabs: Between Two Tabs
A slow news day and reacting, again and again, to the True Detective finale.
Neil Young’s ‘No-Compromise’ Music Player Is an Audiophile's Fantasy
The PonoPlayer promises to give audiophiles the best quality sound they've ever heard
The Locked Room at the End of True Detective
Pardon me as I wax elegiac on a few observations, unanswered questions, and predictions about what I expect to see tonight in the final chapter
Auto Racing and the Art of Child-Rearing
Some of the skills required to drive 130 mph are good for raising kids, except you don’t really have your hand on the steering wheel
Only the Lonely
Paying someone to be your pal may be the ultimate contradiction in terms
NYT Corrects 161-Year-Old Article on '12 Years a Slave'
Someone misspelled Solomon Northup's name back in 1853
Today in Tabs: Revelations
Corvettes spit back out of hell's maw and are e-cigs too cool to be legal?
From Winners to Wardrobes, Taking in Hollywood's Big Night
Matthew McConaughey just won an Oscar. Am I alive? Is this real? Yes it’s real
Today in Tabs: TabFog
Ukraine journalism and the selfie seen round the world
Newsweek Live-Drawing of the Oscars
Newsweek live-tweeted and drew the 86th Academy Awards
Oscar Splash: Rain Coats on the Red Carpet
In true Hollywood fashion, the Academy Awards on Sunday promised a cliffhanger finale to the tight race for best picture Oscar between favorites "12 Years a Slave" and "Gravity" and a big gamble on rain and the red carpet.
The 'Godfather' of the Helvetica Font Dies
The font gave countless government documents and Apple products a touch of class
Groundhog Day Star Andie MacDowell on Harold Ramis: ‘There Was Not an Arrogant Bone in his Body’
The actress was propelled to stardom on the strength of her turn in Ramis’ 1993 masterpiece, Groundhog Day
In searching for her guitar hero father, Galadrielle Allman does something seldom seen in rock bios: She tells the story of its women
Today in Tabs: MFA vs TAB
True Detective's tired bro-eyness and NYT misses the joke on @GSElevator
More Than Skin-Deep
A new generation of artists is bringing stunning – and occasionally terrifying – 3-D to the ink-stained wretches
Wake Up and Smell the Facebook Alerts
Having throbbed and beeped to get your attention, technology now goes for the nose
Director and Comedy Great Harold Ramis Dies at 69
From his first break as a screenwriter for Animal House to his movies Ghostbusters, Caddyshack and Groundhog day, Ramis was a master at making people laugh
The Lady Vanishes
Crunching the numbers shows women-centric films win fewer Oscars
Today in Tabs: We Are All Once-In-a-Generation Talents
Goodbye Alec Baldwin, goodbye Piers Morgan!
Where House of Cards Gets It Wrong
The hit Netflix show is irresistible. But it misunderstands why Washington is so deadly
The Day Steve McQueen Met His New Nazi Neighbor, Keith Moon
Living next door in Malibu to The Who’s drummer soon led to a crazy confrontation
The Singer Not the Song
As you rock to your radio, remember: The artist performing that ditty you’re bopping to isn’t seeing a dime
The real money at Sundance is not 'Before Midnight' but during the witching hour.
A Look at Devo From 1978 in Honor of Bob Casale's Death
Founding Devo guitarist Bob Casale died suddenly on Feb. 17. Here's a profile of his band from our archives
Video: Fallon's Tonight Show — He'll Get the Hang of It
Jimmy Fallon’s Tonight Show debut teemed with manic energy and humanity, like the subway platform at Times Square at 6 p.m.