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  1. rise and fall
    When We Were Bread HeadsWhat did we want from sourdough? And did we get it after all?
  2. astrology
    Madame Clairevoyant: Horoscopes for the Week of July 27Mars is currently moving through its natural home of confident, impulsive Aries
  3. space of the week
    A Floating Home-Away-From-HomeLyndsay Caleo Karol and Fitzhugh Karol’s getaway boat, Lucy, sleeps eight and is moored at Brooklyn Bridge Park.
  4. ask polly
    ‘I Feel Ashamed of Almost Everything’You need to learn how to be who you already are.
  5. astrology
    Madame Clairevoyant: Horoscopes for the Week of July 20Leo season begins this week! And there’s an emotional new moon in Cancer.
  6. space of the week
    An Interior Designer’s Mighty Home MakeoverBeth Diana Smith left the corporate world to pursue her passion for design. Her home décor illustrates why that was a great idea.
  7. book excerpt
    There’s a Divide in Even the Closest Interracial FriendshipsIncluding ours.
  8. space of the week
    An Airy Loft Inside a Former Church in Jersey CityA new life under Gothic vaults for designers Paul Melo and Tom Walko.
  9. fiction
    Fleishman Is in Lockdown: A Short Story by Taffy Brodesser-AknerA sequel, exclusive to the Cut, in which Dr. Toby Fleishman works through the pandemic at a New York hospital.
  10. many mouths to feed
    The Secondhand Refrigerators Feeding New YorkersCommunity fridges across the city are fighting food insecurity, reducing waste, and uniting neighbors.
  11. astrology
    Madame Clairevoyant: Horoscopes for the Week of July 6This week opened with an intense, emotional lunar eclipse in Capricorn — the last of this tumultuous eclipse season.
  12. the bigger picture
    Portrait of a Place: Sucre, ColombiaPhotographer Josefina Santos captures her mother’s hometown, a part of her own identity.
  13. pandemic weddings
    No One Knows How To Throw A Pandemic WeddingLoose and confusing guidelines means some couples can have 100+ guests.
  14. astrology
    Madame Clairevoyant: Horoscopes for the Week of June 29Saturn retrogrades back into Capricorn this week — expect to revisit some old lessons you thought you’d already learned.
  15. the bigger picture
    See the Second Lives of Drive-in Movie Theaters“People make a purposeful trip to visit these places. They’re invested.”
  16. the bigger picture
    Taking Back the LensA collective bolstering visibility in photography invites you to “See in Black.”
  17. portfolio
    Solidarity at SeaRockaway surfers unite for Black Lives Matter.
  18. what i learned
    How Did I Not Know This About You?What we discovered about each other while locked down together.
  19. they seem cool
    The Psychedelic Pop Singer Who’s ‘Drawn to Chaotic Good’Meet Macy Rodman.
  20. photography
    The Afterlife of George Floyd: A Portfolio by Photographer Eli ReedAmerican iconography of a death, history and a Black southern homecoming.
  21. power
    15,000 People Marched in Brooklyn for Black Trans Lives“This is what community looks like.”
  22. do better
    What Do We Want From White Celebrities Right Now?The price of having a platform has gone up.
  23. power
    The Exhilarating Possibility of ProtestThousands of people have mobilized almost overnight. Now, one of New York’s most notorious police-secrecy laws has been repealed.
  24. parenting
    The Sacrifice Black Children Shouldn’t Have to MakeThis country prizes Black children’s precocity — insists on it, even, much of the time.
  25. power
    ‘It’s So Surreal Thinking About How All This Started on Lake Street’Young protestors in Minneapolis reflect on what it’s been like to help start a global uprising.
  26. protests
    ‘The Next Thing I Remember, I’m on the Ground.’City Council candidate Marti Gould Cummings on being arrested for protesting.
  27. the body politic
    ‘We’ve Seen Our City Set Ablaze’Ilhan Omar on the fight against structural racism and injustice, and how the Congressional Black Caucus can move us forward.
  28. black birders
    Black Birding Is About HopeTalking to Corina Newsome, co-organizer of the first-ever Black Birders Week.
  29. the body politic
    Don’t Call It RiotingMaxine Waters on the history of protest and the language of insurrection.
  30. protest
    Scenes from Police Brutality Protests Around the WorldIn cities across the globe, people gathered in solidarity with U.S. protesters demanding an end to racist law enforcement.
  31. police violence
    What It Feels Like to Be Shot by a Rubber Bullet“I thought I was going to die.”
  32. protests
    Brooklyn’s Protest Amid a PandemicThousands of people came out to demand justice for George Floyd.
  33. the bigger picture
    Photographing the New New YorkCheryl Dunn captures the city’s suddenly quiet streets.
  34. the bigger picture
    Photographer Shan Wallace Revisits the Ballroom Scene of Her YouthAn intimate look at voguing culture in 2020, in New York and Baltimore.
  35. love these days
    It’s a Great Time to ElopeEspecially if you never wanted a big wedding in the first place.
  36. look book
    The Look Book Goes to The FlyThe socially distanced line for pre-batched martinis and dry-brined chickens in Bed-Stuy.
  37. astrology
    Madame Clairevoyant: Horoscopes for the Week of May 25Communication planet Mercury enters emotional Cancer this week.
  38. hairy situations
    24 Amazing DIY Hair Transformations in QuarantineBefore-and-after shots from talented Cut readers.
  39. the bigger picture
    Alice Zoo’s Photographs Explore How Memory Is Recorded“I was taking this dark thing and giving it a shape and a name.”
  40. book excerpt
    The Last Time We Had SexThere is something vulgar about how careless he is with pleasure.
  41. it's the best
    The 15 Best Face Exfoliators for Soft, Velvety SkinIncluding the very French one and the one loved by Meghan Markle.
  42. the bigger picture
    In Venezuela, Photographer Andrea Hernández Puts the Pandemic Into Perspective“This project makes me think about the things that are bigger than myself.”
  43. they seem cool
    The Model Obsessed With French Queer CinemaMeet Nikki Cano.
  44. read with us
    Who Cares If Astrology Isn’t Real?It’s not a science — which is why I love it.
  45. astrology
    This Is the Most F’ed Up Astrological Week of the YearOr, at least, it might feel that way.
  46. home sweet home
    30 Living-Room Ideas From InstagramIt’s time to switch things up.
  47. astrology
    Madame Clairevoyant: Horoscopes for the Week of May 11Three planets — Venus, Jupiter, and Saturn — go retrograde this week.
  48. encounters
    Victoria Monét Is Ready to Be a Solo StarThe “7 Rings” writer is breaking out on her own.
  49. read with us
    Our Mothers, Before UsWhat can we learn from images of the women we never met?
  50. hairy situations
    15 Ways to Convince Your Hair to Grow Faster and LongerIt’s not just a waiting game.
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