New York magazine - September 11 - 24, 2023
New York magazine - September 11 - 24, 2023
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In this issue
Sept 11–24, 2023: Flip issue: "Fall Fashion" on the Cut side, featuring iconoclast/Fashion Week standout Erykah Badu; on the New York side, when one friend has a baby and the other doesn’t.
Adorable Little Detonators
Our friendship survived bad dates, illness, marriage, fights. Why can't it survive your baby?
A Decamping to a Bro ad Channel Swim Club
A few years ago, co-founders Coming Soon Helena Barquet and Fabiana Faria left the Upper East Side for the Rockaways.
The Journalist and the Billionaire
Walter Isaacson is a man with a golden rolodex, impeccable Establishment credentials, and world-class schmoozing skills. Now he has written a biography of Elon Musk, who despises all those things.
How Zadie Smith Lost Her Teeth
Since her audacious debut, the author has been moving toward character-driven realism. In the process, she has become the least interesting version of herself.
A Very Sheer Afternoon
I wore a lasagna of Miu Miu chiffon to Trader Joe's.
The Office Ten
You'd never take a second glance at the guy in a Patagonia vest. So why does he suddenly look so hot when he asks to borrow a stapler?
What's My Age Again?
By now, many of us have fully resumed our post-pandemic lives. But what about all the years we missed?
She's an ICONOCLAST who fills arenas, an ONLINE SCRAPPER who just wants to hide from the world, a FASHION WEEK STANDOUT who rejects the notion that clothes should DEFINE YOU. Come join a four-hour phone call with ERYKAH BADU.
Shakespeare can be easy without being schlocky.
One Piece Does the Impossible
It's adapted from an anime and it works.
She's Been Through It
Olivia Rodrigo found a winning formula, but she's not content to repeat it.
The Decomposition of Rotten Tomatoes
The most overrated metric in entertainment is erratic, reductive, and easily hacked-and yet has Hollywood in its grip.
Led Around By It
When Bradley Cooper plays director, he likes to go big.
The Chiang Mai Chi Dog Finds a Permanent Home
Little Grenjai's Thai burgers and breakfast congee arrive in Bed-Stuy.
Bistro du Jour
Libertine is a new (and pricey) take on an old idea.
The Schoolyard: Caitlin Moscatello
Did New York City Forget How to Teach Children to Read? This fall, Eric Adams is pivoting to phonics.
279 MINUTES WITH ...Gisele Barreto Fetterman
She has steered her family through hell and back. What's a few more fires?
Neighborhood News: Four Precarious Plots on Fifth Avenue
A construction project has become a nightmare for the neighbors.
PROTECTING A PREDATOR
HOW COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY IGNORED WOMEN, UNDERMINED PROSECUTORS, AND ALLOWED ONE OF ITS OB/GYNS TO ABUSE HUNDREDS OF PATIENTS.
The National Interest: Jonathan Chait
Biden or Bust: Why isn't a mainstream Democrat challenging the president?
116 Minutes With ...Ben Leventhal
The co-founder of Eater and Resy has a new idea to further digitize dining.
All Eyes on Lily Gladstone
The actress is the unflinching face of an American tragedy in Martin Scorsese's historical epic.
Red-Hot American Satire
Leslie Odom Jr. returns to Broadway in a show more skeptical than the one that made him famous.
Beauty With a Side of Body Horror
In Mona Awad's novels, the quest for perfection sends women over the edge.
The magnificent Perelman Performing Arts Center is a standout at the reconstructed World Trade Center site. Will people come?
Sampha's Circle of Life
His first album tackled loss and made him a star. On his follow-up, he writes from a happier place: fatherhood.
Fall TV Can't Stop Looking Backward
This season, streaming embraces a model that makes it safer to tell stories about the past.
Architect Charles Renfro bought the simple, first house Horace Gifford designed on Fire Island and only added outdoor rooms.
The Long, Long Road to Treating Long COVID
Lisa Sanders made a name for herself as a doctor-detective who wrote about patients' medical mysteries. But what happens when the mystery is too difficult to solve?
THE FINAL SONDHEIM
When he died in 2021, the composer had been working for years on a new musical with the playwright David Ives and the director Joe Mantello. This is the story of how they made it.
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