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  1. rikers island
    New Photos Show Horrific Overcrowding at Rikers IslandPictures obtained by the New York Post show up to 26 men held in a cell meant for a single detainee amid deteriorating pandemic conditions.
  2. The 7 Best Places to Run in NYCWe asked a marathoner for his recs.
  3. look book
    The Look Book Goes to an Animal-Blessing CeremonyAt the Cathedral Church of St. John the Divine in Morningside Heights, pet owners brought their animals for an annual blessing.
  4. vaccine resistant
    Marchers Attack Coronavirus Testing Station in Union SquareThe anti-vaccine-mandate protest went from the Department of Education to the Australian Consulate.
  5. look book
    The Look Book Goes to Chess in the ParkAt the tournament, which is held yearly near Bethesda Fountain, more than 700 children (and a few adults) faced off over six rounds of rapid chess.
  6. streeteries
    Garbage Truck Drags Dining Shed Down Sixth Avenue With Diner InsideOh, no, nothing scary about that.
  7. reopening
    Outdoor Dining Saved My Business. Now We Must Save Open Restaurants.The program has proven itself to be a transformative power for good.
  8. look book
    The Look Book Goes to the Obama PortraitsDuring a preview party at the Brooklyn Museum, guests got an early look at Kehinde Wiley and Amy Sherald’s presidential portraits.
  9. small-business stories
    The Lower East Side Tailor to the SceneClients have generally found Ramon Tailor through word of mouth. Now — suddenly — there are lines out the door for his custom pants.
  10. pandemic
    The Fake Vaxx Card Next to YouThe proliferation of vaccine mandates is creating a black-market boom for counterfeit proof.
  11. cityscape
    Revolt of the Delivery WorkersExploited by apps. Attacked by thieves. Unprotected by police. The city’s 65,000 bikers have only themselves to count on.
  12. cityscape
    La Revuelta de los RepartidoresRobados, apuñalados, golpeados, con mala paga y demasiado trabajo. Ya están hartos.
  13. extreme weather
    Ida Death Toll Rises to 45 in New York AreaPresident Biden has approved federal aid for multiple affected counties in New York and New Jersey.
  14. danger
    Yes, Food-Delivery Workers Were Out in Last Night’s Deadly FloodThis should not keep happening.
  15. look book
    The Look Book Goes to MargaritavilleWe chatted with guests at the newly opened outpost of the hotel chain, which sits right between the Times Square subway station and Port Authority.
  16. encounter
    A Very Long Walk With Isaac FitzgeraldDown the length of Fire Island with the most gregarious member of the literary internet.
  17. look book
    The Look Book Goes to a Cricket Match in Van Cortlandt ParkPlayers from India, Australia, Jamaica, and elsewhere faced off.
  18. reopening
    The Vaccine Mandate Will Not Destroy Your RestaurantScience-defying customers and the pandemic they insist on perpetuating, however …
  19. bean counters
    Is This the Future of New York’s Coffee Carts?High quality, low prices, lots of teal.
  20. the group portrait
    New York Public Library’s Human Search Engines“One thing that historians learned this year is that digitization can never replace the archives.”
  21. look book
    The Look Book Goes to Miramar Yacht ClubMembers and guests watched (and raced in) a weekend regatta at the 77-year-old Sheepshead Bay club.
  22. getting around
    The Parallel-Parking Job That Ignited the InternetIt prompted thousands of insults, threats, and moral judgments.
  23. reopening
    The Ravioli Shop Was Struggling. A French Neighbor Came to the Rescue.Business is booming at Savino’s Quality Pasta, thanks to an unexpected ally.
  24. crime scenes
    Has a Famous Sommelier Been Setting Fire to NYC Streeteries?Caleb Ganzer was arrested and charged with two counts of felony arson.
  25. look book
    The Look Book Goes to Malcolm Shabazz Harlem MarketLocals and out-of-towners alike shop for custom dresses, crystals, and mud cloth at the daily African crafts and textiles market.
  26. cityscape
    What Is Going On in Washington Square Park?A 48-hour diary of a ten-acre park where everything in the city seems to be happening at once.
  27. covid-19
    Why the Delta Variant Is Especially Dangerous for Black and Brown New YorkersThe state celebrated giving shots to 70 percent of adults, but the figure is half that in some communities.
  28. the city politic
    20 New Yorkers (From Fran Lebowitz to Ron Kim) On Ranking The Mayoral CandidatesFran Lebowitz, Ron Kim, Chelsea Manning, and more weigh in on the mayoral primary candidates.
  29. the city politic
    One of These People Will Be the Next Mayor of New YorkFifteen candidates for mayor, each selling a different vision of the city. Choose your top five.
  30. look book
    The Look Book Goes to New York DressHigh-school students tried on tulle gowns and sequined A-lines for proms and quinceañeras at the Maspeth boutique.
  31. biography of a building
    A Fairly Exhaustive Oral History of the Still-Wild McKibbin LoftsFour Loko parties, falling maggots, and first-floor strip clubs.
  32. cityscape
    New York’s First Climate Adaptation Battle Is HereThe city wants to bury East River Park to save it.
  33. the group portrait
    How the Oldest Family-Run Business in Chinatown Keeps the Lights On“Throughout the COVID year, we had a half a dozen family members here every day. It’s our family living room.”
  34. reopenings
    The High-Design Return of Henrietta HudsonNew York’s longest-operating lesbian bar is back in business.
  35. look book
    The Look Book Goes to Dia ChelseaAfter a two-year renovation, the gallery reopened with an exhibition of works by artist Lucy Raven.
  36. the office
    Remember the Office?A look back at 150 years of cubicles, corner offices, all-nighters, and the holiday party.
  37. the office
    The Infinite Semiotics of the Office BathroomIt is an unavoidable intersection of power and poop.
  38. the office
    What It Was Like to Work at The Paris Review in the 1980sA few of the people we discovered became famous; many did not.
  39. the office
    Scandals, Murders, and Innovations in One Iconic New York City OfficeThe Equitable Building is not as famous as the Chrysler, the Empire State, or even the Flatiron. But it changed the city in countless ways.
  40. the office
    The Exquisite Pleasure of a Dead-End JobThe dirty deeds, office drama, and pay irregularities of a starter job.
  41. the office
    The Subtle Art of the Executive AssistantThe role occupies a peculiar place in the modern office.
  42. the office
    Why Is Office Lighting So Bad?Fluorescents were terrible. But LEDs can drive you insane.
  43. the office
    New York City Made the OfficeAnd the office, in turn, made modern New York.
  44. openings
    A Guide to NYC Restaurants That Have Opened During the Pandemic78 new cafes, sandwich counters, cocktail bars, neighborhood bakeries, and plenty more.
  45. chinatown conversations
    What It’s Like to Work in Chinatown Right Now“I get looked at a little differently. I feel the stares on me.”
  46. look book
    The Look Book Goes to the Rockaway YMCAChecking in with masked members at the gym.
  47. features
    A Hot New Restaurant Moved In. That Made Its Neighbors Nervous.A gentrification battle erupts in Ridgewood.
  48. the real estate
    What If Compass Is Basically Just Like Every Other Real-Estate Brokerage?Except with a nicer logo and an over-leveraged IPO.
  49. everything you need to know
    How to (Legally) Smoke Marijuana in New York CityWhat you can do now and what will happen over time.
  50. best of new york 2021
    The Best Therapists in New YorkWe asked 31 notable New Yorkers about their therapists and are publishing their referrals in their own words.
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