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Why Did It Take So Long to Figure Out Migraines?

Under-researched and highly dismissed, migraines have made sufferers a resourceful bunch. Though a new promising drug might finally offer them relief.

By Bobby Doherty and Katy Schneider

Are We Ready for Robot Sex?

Maybe they need to be more like us. Or maybe we’re already learning to be more like them.

By Allison P. Davis

Body Con Job

Miquela Sousa has over 1 million followers on Instagram and was recently hacked by a Trump troll. But she isn’t real.

By Emilia Petrarca

Microdosing’s Micromoment

Consuming crumb-size amounts of psychedelics — not to get high but to feel more focused and creative and present — has moved a tiny bit mainstream.

By Katy Schneider, Margaret Rhodes and Simone Kitchens

Don’t Spill!

Luxury brands are going after the under-10 set more than ever. But no matter what you dress them in, kids will always be kids.

By Bobby Doherty and Diana Tsui

Should Sheila Heti Have a Baby?

The writer takes up the problem of whether to have a baby in her engrossing autobiographical novel.

By Molly Fischer

Walls That Speak

“Rooms can become livable works of art,” says Doug Meyer.

By Wendy Goodman and Annie Schlechter

178 Minutes With Erin Zapcic

Erin Zapcic went from “bar wench” to Queen Doña Maria Isabella.

By Jonathan Schoonover and Allison P. Davis

Who’s Afraid of the Female Nude?

Paintings of naked women, usually by clothed men, are suddenly sitting very uncomfortably on gallery walls.

By Michael Slenske and Molly Langmuir

‘Litchenstein’ in the Kitchen

While the goal was to highlight the clients’ art collection, the designers didn’t want to “create a typical white-box Chelsea-gallery aesthetic.”

By Wendy Goodman and Stephen Kent Johnson

Cynthia Nixon Has Already Won

She’s already won by moving the governor to the left. And she’s beginning to think she just might win the whole thing.

By Jessica Pressler, Marco Grob and Andres Kudacki