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Where Is the Tesla Bus?

Elon Musk announced it alongside the Tesla Semi all those years ago. So what gives?
  1. Where Is the Tesla Bus? Elon Musk announced it alongside the Tesla Semi all those years ago. So what gives?
  2. No, That Wasn’t Danny DeVito You Just Saw at a Party in Bushwick Just hundreds of semi-bald lookalikes.
  3. Is the American West Finally Ready to Kill the Lawn? A historic agreement to save the Colorado River by tearing up more grass is a small step, but a crucial one.
  4. Ding-Dong, Here Comes Legal Weed Delivery As storefronts race to open, the state is clearing a path to getting those pre-rolls brought to your door ASAP.
  5. The City’s Listing for a Rat Director Is a Bit Much The right candidate will have a “general aura of badassery.”
  6. Sloths Are Tearing Apart Suffolk County A storefront across from a Carvel is perhaps not an appropriate environment for the animals.
  7. Now You Can Live in a Crypto Office A crypto-mining firm’s former Hudson Yards space is marketed as the $19.5 million home of your dreams.
  8. From the Archives: When Soho Was Imperiled “Artists came to Soho because it was ignored and cheap. Now it is no longer ignored, and soon it will not be cheap.”
  9. The Messy Real-Estate Fallout From FTX’s Implosion A running list.
  10. Is New York’s Crypto-Mining Moratorium the Start of a Trend? The two-year ban is the first of its kind, possibly not the last.
  11. The Day Wendy Goodman Moved Out of Her Apartment of 27 Years “I’d always thought that I’d be carried out feet first.” Then the brownstone she rented in was sold, and she had to sort through life.
  12. The Look Book Goes to Kathy Hochul’s Election Night Party The governor and fellow New York Democrats hosted a crowd of hundreds at Capitale as the midterm results came in.
  13. The Best Vintage for Men in New York Knit beanies and Army jackets at the city’s best vintage stores for men.
  14. The Six-Way Race for One New York Casino License And a closer look at the Hudson Yards option.
  15. The Upper East Side Is Thrilled at Barnes & Noble’s Return Which tells us something about what a neighborhood needs (besides books).
  16. ‘We Were Called Gentrifiers, and We Were Called NIMBYs’ Councilmember Julie Won on how the largest private affordable-housing development in Queens history was won.
  17. The Great G-Wagen Sell-Off A looming recession and a crypto crash seem to be driving many to offload their status-symbol SUVs at deep discounts.
  18. GM Is Fixing Busted Teslas Now About 11,000 of them so far, according to GM’s president.
  19. Margaritaville Was Supposed to Have a Synagogue And now the developer of the Times Square resort is being sued by the 91-year-old congregation.
  20. The East Village Is Getting Its First New Rock Club in Decades Cake Shop’s Nick Bodor is giving it another go in the old Pyramid Club space.
  21. George Lois, the Impossible Ad Man The madman (but not a Mad Man, he was quick to tell you) behind Maypo, MTV, and Muhammad Ali’s Esquire cover has died at 91.
  22. Invite an Artisan to Holiday Dinner An eye-popping excerpt from the new book At the Artisan’s Table.
  23. There Is Too Much Weed Stockpiled in New York Right Now Cannabis farmers say they’re struggling to keep their crops fresh while retail licenses get off the ground.
  24. The University of California Strike Has Been 50 Years in the Making An obscure 1978 property-tax law helps explain why nearly 50,000 grad workers walked out.
  25. What Happens When You House More Than 1,000 Refugees on a Cruise Ship? Lessons for New York from Rotterdam’s six-month experiment.
  26. You Can Finally Buy Derek Jeter’s Castle An $8 million price cut means your time has come.
  27. Jeremiah Moss Wishes Arturo’s Would Open Earlier “I feel like I’m betraying myself somehow when I eat nice food.”
  28. Airbnb’s Co-founder Is Building ADUs That Would Make Great Airbnbs What a coincidence.
  29. The Best New York Is Your New York In bringing Fleishman Is in Trouble’s 2016 city to 2022 screens, I discovered how to avoid the nostalgia trap.
  30. Don’t Blame the E-Bike There’s fear and confusion after a surge of preventable battery fires.
  31. Listening In Outside the Spence School Parents were highly concerned about RSV, Thanksgiving plans, and after-school activities.
  32. The Office Is Half-Dead Or half-alive, depending on how you want to interpret the latest data.
  33. When Caves Were Avant-Garde Architecture At the Noguchi Museum, the joys (and damp) of living below grade.
  34. ‘If You Can’t Exclude Someone, Do You Even Own It?’ New York City’s landlords say they’re fighting for life, liberty, and the pursuit of eviction.
  35. You Made Harry’s Couch And now you can buy it right side up.
  36. Ivana Trump’s Townhouse Is Officially for Sale And it’s overpriced.
  37. A Sealed-Up Midtown Arcade Opens Back Up to the City With a lush new Snøhetta-designed garden, 550 Madison finally has an exceptional privately owned public space.
  38. Peloton Founder Is Going Big on Rugs Inspired by Ernest Hemingway and Bob Marley.
  39. These Obsessive Collectors Fill Their Homes With Chicken Pottery and Prototypes An excerpt from Sight Unseen’s How to Live With Objects.
  40. Out of Horror, Beauty: A Visit to the New Sandy Hook Memorial “It was worth the wait.”
  41. The Many Intrigues of the Hamptons’ Most Secretive Island A new documentary short explores the mysteries of Gardiner’s Island — and the family behind it.
  42. The Six Senses Is Opening in Rhinebeck Instead of Chelsea The luxury hotel has traded a Bjarke Ingels building for a biodynamic farm.
  43. An Upper East Side Penthouse That Feels Like a Baroque French Manor Almost every inch of this three-bedroom apartment, with its hand-painted murals, painted columns, and coffered ceilings, has been embellished.
  44. Eric Adams Closes His Big Tent on Randall’s Island Migrants are moving to hotels, which is what many advocates asked for in the first place.
  45. A Takashi Murakami Pancake Pan, Cold Picnic Sweaters, and More Giftable Finds Plus a long-awaited tableware collection from Laila Gohar and Hay is finally for sale.
  46. Can Transit Ambassadors Make the Subway Safer Just by Being There? Los Angeles and other cities are trying to find out if better customer service offers an alternative to policing.
  47. Tenants in Kingston Just Gave Themselves a Rent Reduction And landlords are suing.
  48. Norman Foster’s Skyscrapers Are Perfect for the City That Just Disappeared An impeccable space for office work arrives with everything—except a guarantee of office work.
  49. The Objects That Sight Unseen’s Jill Singer Collects Including a vase with too much sentimental value to let go of and a custom desk.
  50. Developers Are Convinced They Can Make the ‘Penn District’ Happen Move over, Sbarro — here comes Roberta’s and condos with “minimalist Mondrian interiors.”
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