New York Magazine

To Do


1. Listen to Fetch the Bolt Cutters

Title nucked from Belfast crime drama The Fall.

Epic, April 17.

In March, like a thief in the night, Fiona Apple announced that her long-awaited fifth album was finished. Likely against her label’s advice, she decided to rush the release. According to bassist Sebastian Steinberg, who played on Apple’s stripped-down 2012 album, The Idler Wheel, the new set is “raw and unslick,” full of a wizened writer’s truth and urgency. CRAIG JENKINS


2. Watch Outer Banks

An escapist drama.

Netflix, April 15.

Could Outer Banks become the next Riverdale? Look, I don’t know. But it does focus on a group of very good-looking teenagers attempting to solve a mystery and is set at the beach at a time when most Americans can’t go to the beach. So: Maybe? JEN CHANEY


3. See Crip Camp

A vital documentary.


An inspirational civil-rights doc—the second in Barack and Michelle Obama’s Higher Ground series—that sounds rather than but is actually both. Directed by Nicole Newnham and Jim LeBrecht (who was born with spina bifida), it begins in 1971 in the Catskills’s Camp Jened, where disabled campers finally feel recognized, The film is both a profile of people determined not to be invisible and a rousing celebration of the activist counterculture that inspired and sustained them. DAVID EDELSTEIN

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