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New York City

  1. look book
    The Look Book Goes to TatianaA recent Wednesday night at chef Kwame Onwuachi’s consistently booked Lincoln Center restaurant.
  2. the housing market
    New Yorkers Never Came ‘Flooding Back.’ Why Did Rents Go Up So Much?Getting to the bottom of a COVID-era real estate mystery.
  3. rikers
    How a Rikers Unit That Protects Trans Women Fell ApartA decade ago, New York set out to lead the nation in efforts to support incarcerated trans people. Now they are stranded in all-male housing units.
  4. look book
    The Look Book Goes to a Samoyed MeetupFor eight years, NYC Samoyeds has arranged regular park gatherings for owners of the cheerful Siberian breed.
  5. crime
    Here’s Why Everything at Walgreens Is Suddenly Behind PlasticThe recent spike in shoplifting is both overblown and real. And almost everyone is profiting from it (including you).
  6. natural gas
    Are Gas Stoves the New Cigarettes?A federal ban may be in the cards.
  7. look book
    The Look Book Goes to Julie Macklowe’s Birthday PartyTo celebrate her 45th, the socialite threw a 600-person “Leather and Lingerie” bash at Cipriani’s Club Musica.
  8. goodbye 2022
    The Weed Bodega Was Beautiful While It LastedThe city’s first legal storefront is coming and its deranged predecessors are about to be regulated out of existence.
  9. street life
    Riding Around Tompkins Square Park With the Citi Bike BoyzJerome Peel will jump over anything with the 45-pound clunker.
  10. hotels
    Did New York Miss Its Moment To Turn Hotels Into Housing?“It’s hard to look at the timing of these programs and say that it was treated as an emergency.”
  11. the city politic
    The Queens Native Tasked With Making Legal Weed WorkChristopher Alexander is building New York’s budding market from scratch.
  12. operators
    Secrets of the Christmas Tree TradeTurf wars. Protection money. Scientology. And my boss, a man who’s half-convinced he really is Santa.
  13. reasons to love new york
    Eric Adams Is Certainly Enjoying HimselfPerformance is an inherent part of politics. But perhaps no prior mayor has ever leaned so far into spectacle.
  14. reasons to love new york
    Why I Want the Marijuana Dispensary LicenseHere, some applicants on their high hopes.
  15. reasons to love new york
    All This Hero Wanted Was to Stay HereFrancisco Puebla was among the people who spotted the suspected subway shooter. He was offered a monetary reward but told the city he didn’t want it.
  16. from the archives
    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.”
  17. look book
    The Look Book Goes to Kathy Hochul’s Election Night PartyThe governor and fellow New York Democrats hosted a crowd of hundreds at Capitale as the midterm results came in.
  18. the grub street diet
    Jeremiah Moss Wishes Arturo’s Would Open Earlier“I feel like I’m betraying myself somehow when I eat nice food.”
  19. on location
    The Best New York Is Your New YorkIn bringing Fleishman Is in Trouble’s 2016 city to 2022 screens, I discovered how to avoid the nostalgia trap.
  20. landlords and tenants
    ‘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.
  21. look book
    The Look Book Goes to a Democratic-Socialist ConventionIn a church on the Upper East Side, the NYC-DSA recently gathered to decide on its plans for 2023.
  22. from the archives
    From the Archives: We Renovated Our Own Brownstone — It Was a Million Laughs“When someone asks was it worth it, I say yes, because while my arm didn’t heal properly, the ceiling job is beautiful.”
  23. the group portrait
    The Embattled Women of the FDNYThe FDNY’s first woman commissioner puts its gender gap in relief.
  24. urban fauna
    New York Is Not the Country’s Top Rat CityWe’re No. 2.
  25. from the archives
    From the Archives: When Williamsburg Became the New BohemiaA portrait of an artists’ colony in Brooklyn, circa 1992.
  26. encounter
    The Driving Instructor to New York’s Teen Elite“If these walls could talk in this car, oh my God.”
  27. street fights
    Plywood GourmetHow thousands of restaurants speedily, messily, and probably permanently took over the street.
  28. from the archives
    From the Archives: When Gentrification Hit the Lower East SideThere goes the neighborhood.
  29. hotels
    The Billionaire Behind New York’s Most Luxe HotelVladislav Doronin’s ambitious, contentious journey from Leningrad to Aman New York.
  30. the housing market
    New York City’s Rent and Wage-Growth Gap Hits Record HighWe’ve hit another miserable milestone.
  31. the group portrait
    The New Worker-Owners of Astor Wines & SpiritsAstor’s employees will be even more integrated with a store that was already an anchor of the neighborhood.
  32. the real estate
    The Tacky Weed Bodega Is Everywhere (for Now)What has the city’s Kush Rush wrought?
  33. look book
    The Look Book Goes to KCONDevoted fans waited for hours outside Terminal 5 to be among the first to attend the only New York stop on this year’s K-pop-oriented KCON USA Tour.
  34. the city politic
    New York’s Leaders Are Sleeping Through a Housing EmergencyThe political response should reflect the size and speed of the worsening crisis. It hasn’t even come close.
  35. the city politic
    Why Are So Many of New York’s Basement Apartments Still Death Traps?It’s been a year since floodwaters drowned 11 New Yorkers in their homes, but nothing has been done to stop it from happening again.
  36. the housing market
    Manhattan Rents Broke Another RecordAverage rents reached more than $5000 in July.
  37. getting around
    What If We Stole the West Side Highway for Bikes?Closing down a car lane, adding a bike lane.
  38. the group portrait
    Shark SpottersLooking for what lurks off New York’s beaches.
  39. please be advised
    Never Look at Someone While They’re Locking Their BikeThey are vulnerable. And sweaty.
  40. the housing market
    The Average Rent in Manhattan Is Now $5,000Congratulations!
  41. paranoia
    The City Rolls Out a New PSA About … Nuclear War?Behold the Department of Emergency Management’s strange PSA on what to do if New York is hit with a nuke.
  42. look book
    The Look Book Goes to a Manhattan Yacht PartyOn a recent Saturday night, guests left Pier 40 for Pure on the Hudson, an annual all-white-outfit-themed dinner cruise and dance party.
  43. getting around
    Why Is No One Talking About This Bike Lane in Westworld?I need people to be talking about it.
  44. biography of a building
    Inside Olympic Tower, Where Foreign Billionaires Have Long FlockedThe midtown high-rise is ideal for those who’d rather not do much of anything themselves.
  45. encounter
    Tribeca Festival’s Post-Film RebootJane Rosenthal has run it from the start and now has Murdoch money. And yes, it still shows movies.
  46. look book
    The Look Book Goes to a Marc Jacobs Sample SaleShoppers waited for hours — and in some cases bought spots at the front of the line — in hope of snagging their desired designs for less.
  47. the group portrait
    The Talented Security Guards of the MetThey’re enforcers, tour guides, artists.
  48. debt
    A Long, Strange Year of Rent ReliefIt was a tedious, administrative nightmare. It also (mostly) worked.
  49. semantics
    The Landlords Embarrassed to Be Called Landlords“I cringe when I hear it, and when I say it.”
  50. best of new york
    The Best Tattoo Artists in New YorkTechnically-accurate bats, fake freckles, and the best spot for same-day appointments.
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