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New York Magazine

  1. 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.”
  2. great rooms
    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.
  3. 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.
  4. best of new york
    The Best Vintage for Men in New YorkKnit beanies and Army jackets at the city’s best vintage stores for men.
  5. 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.
  6. 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.
  7. the group portrait
    The Embattled Women of the FDNYThe FDNY’s first woman commissioner puts its gender gap in relief.
  8. scenes
    Saturday Night at Slutty VeganBrooklyn’s best party is a line for veggie burgers.
  9. the real estate
    Why These $20 Million Uptown Co-ops Aren’t Selling“In the past, big money needed co-ops to be accepted and established, But no one needs 740 Park anymore.”
  10. great rooms
    Móyòsórè “Moyo” Martins Makes Art At Night In A Former Bronx Furniture FactoryHe painted the skylights black and has furniture from Tim Burton’s Batman movie.
  11. look book
    The Look Book Goes to a Dinner at MoMA PS1For three nights, the popular Bed-Stuy Nigerian restaurant Dept of Culture Brooklyn took up residence at the Queens museum.
  12. best of new york
    The Best Nail Artists in New YorkFor bejeweled manicures, hand-painted press-ons, and more.
  13. theater review
    A One-Dimensional Robert Moses in Straight Line CrazyRalph Fiennes stars in this talky, static retelling of Moses’s misdeeds.
  14. in situ
    Steal My CouchA selection of shoppable sleepers, settees, and more — as recommended by their passionate owners.
  15. encounter
    The Driving Instructor to New York’s Teen Elite“If these walls could talk in this car, oh my God.”
  16. great rooms
    The Art Is Always Changing in Michael and Susan Hort’s Live-in Museum in TribecaYou can even sit on some of it!
  17. street fights
    Plywood GourmetHow thousands of restaurants speedily, messily, and probably permanently took over the street.
  18. from the archives
    From the Archives: When Gentrification Hit the Lower East SideThere goes the neighborhood.
  19. best of new york
    The Best Ceramic Classes in New YorkFor picking up the basics, learning Japanese techniques, and more.
  20. brick and mortar
    There Are So Many Good New Stores in New YorkOver the last few months, there’s been an influx of especially-excellent spots.
  21. encounter
    Joyce Szuflita Is Brooklyn’s School-Admissions Whisperer“No, shut up. Shut up and listen to me. You’re not going to get everything you need to know.”
  22. great rooms
    This Might Be The Most Bohemian Family Home Left in the Village.Artist and archivist Kore Yoors, the son of the artist Jan Yoors, tends to the family legacy.
  23. look book
    The Look Book Goes to Gramercy Park Hotel’s Liquidation SaleThose nostalgic for the hotel’s glory days fought over Champagne buckets and beds at its monthlong “everything must go” sale.
  24. look book
    The Look Book Goes to We Met IRLWe talked to singles at the speed-dating series for people of color, whose tickets tend to sell out minutes after they go live.
  25. 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.
  26. the real estate
    The Tacky Weed Bodega Is Everywhere (for Now)What has the city’s Kush Rush wrought?
  27. encounter
    17 Seconds With a Spotted LanternflyFace-to-face with the stylish invasive species. So do I smoosh it or not?
  28. great rooms
    Proustian and EpicureanAriane Ruskin Batterberry and her late husband, Michael, founders of Food & Wine, moved into this apartment in 1969.
  29. 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.
  30. best of new york
    The Best Eyeglasses Shops in New YorkFor hard-to-find frames, something zany, vintage Persols, and more.
  31. the group portrait
    The Elite Gymnasts of GowanusHow a husband-and-wife team turned New York into an unlikely source of sporting talent.
  32. great rooms
    The It’s-Not-a-Problem ApartmentSarah and Adam Meister’s walnut-walled mid-century apartment has a dining/ping-pong table for the kids.
  33. best of new york
    The Best Movers in New YorkIn a city of endless reshuffling, movers who are up to the task.
  34. look book
    The Look Book Goes to a Roller DiscoOn a recent Sunday evening, professional and fledgling skaters came out for DiscOasis, Central Park’s Nile Rodgers–programmed summer roller rink.
  35. the group portrait
    Among the Van Lifers in BrooklynIn a dead-end waterfront street known as Van Alley, a makeshift neighborhood grows.
  36. look book
    The Look Book Goes to a Governors Island SpaOn a recent sweltering Wednesday afternoon, we chatted with visitors to the newly opened QC NY.
  37. the year i ate new york
    Can New York’s Hotels Make Breakfast Important Again?Our late-rising diner-at-large gets up for some new spreads.
  38. dystopias
    Westworld Has Become West Side WorldPresent-day New York, with a few digital additions, was perfectly suitable as a dystopian set.
  39. look book
    The Look Book Goes to 500 WeddingsOn a recent weekend, Lincoln Center invited couples whose weddings had been disrupted by the pandemic to renew their vows.
  40. the group portrait
    Shark SpottersLooking for what lurks off New York’s beaches.
  41. best of new york
    The Best Acupuncturists in New YorkIncluding one who works exclusively on cats, dogs, and horses.
  42. best of new york
    The Best Meditation in New YorkIncluding classes that use sound, hypnosis, and movement.
  43. look book
    The Look Book Goes to a Greenpoint Climbing GymOn a recent Tuesday night, regulars and day-pass holders alike visited Vital’s 24-hour bouldering gym to climb, work, do yoga, and watch the sunset.
  44. the group portrait
    The Weed Merchants of Washington Square Park“We try to keep this very professional, seven days a week, as a business.”
  45. best of new york
    The Best Pilates in New YorkWhere dancers, Broadway performers, and 90-year-olds practice.
  46. best of new york
    The Best Physical Therapists in New YorkFor back spasms, learning to run again, and more.
  47. great rooms
    A Garden in the PinesDr. Sumner Freeman and Dr. Roy Yeager’s four-decades-in-the-making Fire Island oasis.
  48. best of new york
    The Best City Pools in New YorkPools both hidden in plain sight and a little farther afield.
  49. 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.
  50. the real estate
    The Woo-woo Agents of Real EstateCan unblocking your chakras get you a house? Maybe!
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