A few words with Max Wolf Friedlich, whose new two-person play, Job, has New Yorkers reaching for the Xanax.
The first Mrs. Guest
C. Z.’s mother-in-law was an aviation enthusiast who bankrolled Amelia Earhart’s transatlantic flight.
From Stepford Wives To Mystic Pizza
A new, lush book by actor/writer Illeana Douglas takes us on a film journey through Connecticut.
Women Dressing Women
An exhibit at the Met’s Costume Institute proves that women design for who we are, not just who we want to be. And the results are often stunning.
Who is MrBeast?
Here we explain the phenom who is the world’s most successful YouTuber (so you don’t have to ask your 10-year-old).
The Cashmere Whisperer
Is your life unraveling? Wait, not your life—your sweater. Snags—and moths—happen. For those attached to an old favorite, Ron Moore is here to help.
The Gilded Age's wicked society magazine
How William d’Alton Mann blackmailed his way into creating one of New York City’s most parasitic gossip rags.
America The Rude
Americans have always been considered a little louder and a little coarser. But post-pandemic, we’ve collectively lost any sense of decorum.
The thrill of the chill
There’s a reason the Swedes have 25 different words for snow.
Ho, ho, ho!
DP’s Holiday Gift Guide 2023
Anyone who says, “Oh, I don’t want anything this year!” has obviously not seen DP’s list. We invite you to get your greed on.
The story behind the photo (taken at the Palm Beach estate rumored to be a future home for Jeff Bezos and Lauren Sanchez) that enshrined Villa Artemis (and C.Z. Guest) as the reigning symbol of post-war American Aristocracy.
Ho, Ho, Hurl!
A brief, slightly weird history of SantaCon
It’s that time of year, when thousands of faux—and, er, festive—Santas roam the streets and earn their place on the Naughty List.