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  1. great rooms
    A Student of Corbu’s in NutleyGlenn Mariconda and Asaka Midorikawa’s house was designed by Edward T. Bowser Jr., who had worked with Le Corbusier.
  2. the approval matrix
    Cher Believes in the Macy’s Thanksgiving ParadeOur guide to what’s highbrow, lowbrow, brilliant, and despicable.
  3. restaurant review
    Inside the Subway, Noksu Shoots For the StarsWhat happens when modernist luxury meets municipal utility?
  4. look book
    The Look Book Goes to the New York City MarathonWe stopped sweaty, exhausted, Gatorade-drenched runners at the finish line of the 52nd annual race.
  5. best of new york
    The Best Legal Dispensaries in New YorkNewly legal dispensaries for every type of high.
  6. look book
    The Look Book Goes to a Butt Magazine DinnerIn celebration of its 33rd issue, the magazine hosted a dinner at Raf’s and an after-party at the Eagle.
  7. games
    What Money Can’t Buy Steve CohenThe billionaire hedge-funder is used to getting what he wants. His time as Mets owner and casino bidder is a whole different ballgame.
  8. great rooms
    She Finally Got Around to Really Decorating Her Tribeca PenthouseArtist Claudia Doring Baez lived in the former Wool Club space atop American Thread Building for 22 years before enlisting the help of an architect.
  9. the approval matrix
    The One With an Impromptu Matthew Perry MemorialOur guide to what’s highbrow, lowbrow, brilliant, and despicable.
  10. best of new york
    The Best Hair Braiders in New YorkIncluding Beyoncé-inspired Lemonade braids and any kind of cornrow.
  11. look book
    The Look Book Goes to the Central Park Conservancy Fall LuncheonThe Women’s Committee and guests brought in over $325,000 at the annual fundraiser.
  12. encounter
    Crumps’ IllusionsMike Crumplar, the self-mythologizing Substacker of Dimes Square, is convinced he’s in a Balzac novel.
  13. great rooms
    They Still Make Art in SohoReformed “wild man” artist John Alexander and ceramicist Fiona Waterstreet’s loft life together.
  14. power
    All the City People on Our “Inside Power” ListFrom a co-op whisperer to the longtime ruler of Manhattan parks.
  15. the approval matrix
    It’s Beginning to Look a Lot Like ChermasOur guide to what’s highbrow, lowbrow, brilliant, and despicable.
  16. look book
    The Look Book Goes to the Henry Taylor OpeningThe Whitney’s fall preview celebrated “Henry Taylor: B Side” and the work of Nancy Baker Cahill, Harry Smith, and more.
  17. art
    Rirkrit Tiravanija Would Prefer Not ToHis new retrospective at MoMA PS1 celebrates avoiding making art.
  18. great rooms
    Michael Henry Adams’s Candlelit Harlem ApartmentThe author and architectural preservationist has filled his home with the history of Harlem. He found some of it on the street.
  19. the approval matrix
    We Enjoy All WeatherOur guide to what’s highbrow, lowbrow, brilliant, and despicable.
  20. scene report
    Sphere Is an Unnatural WonderIt’s a giant orb in Sin City. Is it also the future of live entertainment?
  21. street view
    Light-Drenched Offices Fill the Shell of Domino SugarA refinery with a dirty past, spotlessly reimagined.
  22. great rooms
    It’s Giving HalstonEvoking “the spirit of a bygone hedonism” in a sensible mid-century West Side co-op.
  23. books
    Dory Fantasmagory Is Some of the Best Children’s Literature in YearsIn the six-book series, author Abby Hanlon embraces the messier parts of childhood and raising children.
  24. the approval matrix
    The Sun Sets on WFHOur guide to what’s highbrow, lowbrow, brilliant, and despicable.
  25. the group portrait
    Give the Liberty Their CrownHow New York’s WNBA team became the hottest ticket — with the rowdiest crowd — in town.
  26. look book
    The Look Book Goes to the Luar Fashion ShowAt a warehouse in Bushwick, Raul Lopez’s line closed out Fashion Week with a runway presentation, rooftop after-party, and performance by Doechii.
  27. best of new york
    The Best Cake Shops in New YorkCake shops for any celebration.
  28. great rooms
    A Decamping to a Broad Channel Swim ClubComing Soon co-founders Helena Barquet and Fabiana Faria left the Upper East Side for the Rockaways.
  29. the approval matrix
    All of Us DoppelgangersOur guide to what’s highbrow, lowbrow, brilliant, and despicable.
  30. neighborhood news
    4 Precarious Plots on Fifth AvenueA construction project has become a nightmare for the neighbors.
  31. look book
    The Look Book Goes to the U.S. OpenWe chatted with tennisgoers at the American Express Fan Experience tent.
  32. brick and mortar
    8 Especially Excellent New ShopsThe best of the many stores that have popped up around the city lately.
  33. architecture
    Inside the City’s Gleaming New Performance CubeThe Perelman Performing Arts Center is a standout at the reconstructed World Trade Center site. Will people come?
  34. look book
    The Look Book Goes to East Hampton Library’s Authors NightMore than 2,000 people showed up at the annual fundraiser to meet everyone from Misty Copeland to Robert Caro.
  35. neighborhood news
    It’s Not a Chess Club. It’s Club Chess.The game of kings has become an unlikely downtown craze.
  36. great rooms
    Charles Renfro’s Fire Island Beach House Feels Like a StageThe architect bought the simple 1961 bungalow designed by Horace Gifford, and only added outdoor rooms.
  37. the approval matrix
    End-of-Summertime SadnessOur guide to what’s highbrow, lowbrow, brilliant, and despicable.
  38. look book
    The Look Book Goes to Rock The Bells FestivalSlick Rick, Queen Latifah, Salt-N-Pepa, Big Daddy Kane, and LL Cool J performed at this year’s sold-out concert at Forest Hills Stadium.
  39. great rooms
    The Tribeca Townhouse of an Art Collector Who ‘Doesn’t Like Boring’After Page West had the six-story building to herself, it was time for a bold redesign.
  40. the city
    The Candy SellersThe lives and livelihoods of some of the city’s newest migrant children.
  41. the approval matrix
    Good-bye, Incandescent BulbsOur guide to what’s highbrow, lowbrow, brilliant, and despicable.
  42. neighborhood news
    Voguing Through the Pain at O’Shae Sibley’s MemorialHundreds gathered at the vigil for the dancer, whose killing has been charged as a hate crime.
  43. best of new york
    The Best Vintage-Furniture Stores in New YorkFor walnut dressers, Cassina gems, and more.
  44. look book
    The Look Book Goes to the Blade Aqua LoungePassengers were on their way to the Hamptons, via helicopter and seaplane, for a long weekend.
  45. city people
    What Dan Doctoroff BuiltUnder Mayor Bloomberg, the power broker remade the city with astonishing speed. Now, as New York is again mired in crisis, he faces his own.
  46. great rooms
    Let’s Tile the Yard!Thirty friends pitched in on Ellen Van Dusen’s Bed-Stuy mosaic. “It felt like a quilting group.”
  47. local
    Everyone in the Hamptons Is Reading The Guest“Simon is every wealthy middle-aged man I know.”
  48. heat
    On New York’s First 110-Degree Summer Day, What Will Break First?Asphalt like molasses, grounded planes at midday, sun-buckled railroad tracks: a sweat-inducing list.
  49. the approval matrix
    Heat Waves and Allan FeverOur guide to what’s highbrow, lowbrow, brilliant, and despicable.
  50. the group portrait
    U.S. Women’s Soccer Fans Are Having a Moment“I’m overstimulated.”
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