CATEGORIES

A Spanish Revival on 23rd Street

The Hotel Chelsea's El Quijote is back and better than ever.

4 mins read
New York magazine
May 9-22, 2022

Abortion Funds Are a Lifeline. And a Target.

The right's attacks on grassroots groups have already begun.

5 mins read
New York magazine
May 9-22, 2022

128 Minutes With... Olúfemi Táíwò

The Georgetown philosopher's new book, Elite Capture, comes at a moment of change for identity politics.

5 mins read
New York magazine
May 9-22, 2022

What Would You Like to Know?

An afternoon of pleasant negotiation with actor, stealth musician, and Taylor Swift muse Joe Alwyn.

9 mins read
New York magazine
May 9-22, 2022

This Pasta Granny Relishes the Spotlight

THE UNDERGROUND GOURMET

1 min read
New York magazine
May 9-22, 2022

THE WOMAN WHO KILLED ROE

Marjorie Dannenfelser's single-minded pursuit of an end to abortion.

10+ mins read
New York magazine
May 9-22, 2022

The Original The Famous

A pieman with a past, a business deal gone sour: New York's next great pizza feud ignites in Astoria.

8 mins read
New York magazine
May 9-22, 2022

The Group Portrait: Champions of the Office

Ten New York bosses urging workers back to their desks.

2 mins read
New York magazine
May 9-22, 2022

Mort & Me in Bed-Stuy

The artist Simone Bodmer-Turner lives in this apartment of her own devising with her rescue dog, Mort.

2 mins read
New York magazine
May 9-22, 2022

Send in the Clowns

Mike Myers returns as … well, a lot of different people.

4 mins read
New York magazine
May 9-22, 2022

How the proudly personally privileged NELL DIAMOND convinced so many women to wear PAJAMAS in public.

WAKING UP FROM THE NAP DRESS

10+ mins read
New York magazine
May 9-22, 2022

IN CONVERSATION JOHN G.REILY

The actor thinks audiences just want to be surprised. He'd do (almost) anything to oblige.

10+ mins read
New York magazine
May 9-22, 2022

Fernanda Melchor Writes Tragic Machismo

In her novels, male fear and desire are two sides of the same coin.

4 mins read
New York magazine
May 9-22, 2022

Black Star Meets Again

Can lightning strike twice? How about 24 years later?

5 mins read
New York magazine
May 9-22, 2022

Bad Thoughts Make Good

A Strange Loop moves to Broadway, much to its own surprise.

5 mins read
New York magazine
May 9-22, 2022

Alone, Together

Let’s Eat Grandma’s Jenny Hollingworth and Rosa Walton on learning how to write their stories separately after a lifelong friendship.

5 mins read
New York magazine
April 25-May 8, 2022

318 Minutes With …Daniel Saynt

The upmarket-sex-club entrepreneur invited me to his Easter—sorry, Eostre—orgy.

7 mins read
New York magazine
April 25-May 8, 2022

When Smoke Gets in Your Wine

Growers, vintners, and scientists are scrambling to protect California’s prized Napa Cab from the aftertaste of wildfires.

10+ mins read
New York magazine
April 25-May 8, 2022

Working Girls

Grace and Frankie may be ending, but the era of Jane Fonda–Lily Tomlin collaborations is in full swing.

10+ mins read
New York magazine
April 25-May 8, 2022

The System: Zak Cheney-Rice

Death by Firing Squad Why is an archaic form of execution making a comeback?

5 mins read
New York magazine
April 25-May 8, 2022

THE SUBWAY IS SCARY AGAIN. TO SOME PEOPLE. SOMETIMES.

The mass shooting on the N train underscored questions about safety that have dogged New Yorkers since the onset of the pandemic.

10+ mins read
New York magazine
April 25-May 8, 2022

Black-ish Was No Televised Revolution

The show always aimed for the third rail, but it played it safe more often than not.

8 mins read
New York magazine
April 25-May 8, 2022

More or Less

After years of marriage, Dorothy and Stephen Globus grew apart aesthetically. So they built his and hers apartments, side by side.

4 mins read
New York magazine
April 25-May 8, 2022

The Aperitivo Hour

As more restaurateurs embrace the breezy Italian art of predinner drinking, New York is awash in bitter-liqueur-based cocktails and salty snacks. Here, where to go and what to get.

5 mins read
New York magazine
April 25-May 8, 2022

Not Quite a Religious Experience

The Shaker-inspired Commerce Inn underwhelms our critic.

4 mins read
New York magazine
April 25-May 8, 2022

The Hardest Day on Set: The Northman

Dozens of extras, nonstop rain, and a village full of animals— what could go wrong?

5 mins read
New York magazine
April 25-May 8, 2022

The Group Portrait: Amazon's Bane

Organizers for ALU are angling for a second historic victory.

2 mins read
New York magazine
April 25-May 8, 2022

THE INSIDE MAN

Meet JOSEPH KAHN, the new, old-school editor of the Times.

10+ mins read
New York magazine
April 25-May 8, 2022

The National Interest: Jonathan Chait

Political Correctness Is Losing How the Democratic Party fought back against illiberalism.

6 mins read
New York magazine
April 25-May 8, 2022

Blocked

Luke came out as trans when he was 11, hoping to start hormone therapy as a teenager. Instead, he was held hostage in a political and medical battle that’s far from over.

10+ mins read
New York magazine
March 28-April 10, 2022

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