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MILLION-DOLLAR SLICE

CHRIS BARRETT HAS MADE BANK ON THE GRAY MARKET SELLING PIZZA LACED WITH 40 MG OF THC PER SLICE. CAN THE PIZZA PUSHA SURVIVE POT LEGALIZATION?

10+ mins read
New York magazine
January 18–31, 2021

TV / JEN CHANEY - Novice in Office

An aging businessman enters politics on a whim. Heard that one before?

4 mins read
New York magazine
January 18–31, 2021

The File: Bad Bunny

Language barriers, gender norms, the sheer boringness of quarantine—none of it stands a chance against Bad Bunny, the artist remaking pop in his own wild image.

4 mins read
New York magazine
January 18–31, 2021

POP / CRAIG JENKINS - Hair of the Dog

A pop-country barfly pours one out for his fans’ expectations.

5 mins read
New York magazine
January 18–31, 2021

MOVIES / BILGE EBIRI - Anatomy of a Murder

Unwinding Jamal Khashoggi’s history with the regime that killed him.

5 mins read
New York magazine
January 18–31, 2021

Mike Nichols's Heartburn

The celebrated director was at the top of his game when friend Nora Ephron trusted him to direct the movie based on his her messy breakup with Carl Bernstein. His own breakup—and breakdown—turned out to be right around the corner.

10+ mins read
New York magazine
January 18–31, 2021

Jazmine's Tale

After a long hiatus, the venerated R&B singer returns with her riskiest album yet.

7 mins read
New York magazine
January 18–31, 2021

An Elegantly DIY Williamsburg Apartment With a Vreeland-Red Wall

Taylor Angino and Kiko Sih’s place is always evolving.

3 mins read
New York magazine
January 18–31, 2021

HOW COMEDY (Just Barely) SURVIVED TRUMP

Cracking jokes when nothing was funny

10+ mins read
New York magazine
January 18–31, 2021

AFTER ALARMISM

THE WAR ON CLIMATE DENIAL HAS BEEN WON. AND THAT’S NOT THE ONLY GOOD NEWS.

10+ mins read
New York magazine
January 18–31, 2021

Torrey Peters Goes There

The author’s debut novel, Detransition, Baby, wades into two of the most vulnerable questions for trans women.

10+ mins read
New York magazine
January 4-17, 2021

The System: Zak Cheney-Rice

The Never-ending Coup Against Black America - Historically, “recovery” tends to look a lot like betrayal.

6 mins read
New York magazine
January 4-17, 2021

The Group Portrait: A Beleaguered White House Press Corps

Four years of history, day after day after day.

2 mins read
New York magazine
January 4-17, 2021

Prom King

With a huge Netflix deal and the power to green-light just about anything, Ryan Murphy has become the ultimate insider. And his work is suffering.

10 mins read
New York magazine
January 4-17, 2021

Schlock to Remember

If you can’t wait to relive last year, Netflix has a special for you.

4 mins read
New York magazine
January 4-17, 2021

Extremely Online: Craig Jenkins

Clubhouse Is Close to Becoming Our New Internet Wasteland - If you love mess, you won’t be disappointed.

6 mins read
New York magazine
January 4-17, 2021

A 1915 Crown Heights House That's Only On Its Third Owners

After living all over the world, Thomas Gensemer and Gabe Brotman settled down in a Brooklyn place with “a bit of an English feel to it.”

3 mins read
New York magazine
January 4-17, 2021

220 minutes with … Sarah McBride

Strolling Wilmington with Delaware’s history-making new state senator.

6 mins read
New York magazine
January 4-17, 2021

Total Boomer

A bumper crop of albums made for contemplating mortality.

6 mins read
New York magazine
January 4-17, 2021

The Power of Four

Regina King’s film reimagines a meeting of Black icons.

5 mins read
New York magazine
January 4-17, 2021

Blurbed To Death

How one of publishing’s most hyped books became its biggest horror story and still ended up a best seller.

10+ mins read
New York magazine
January 4-17, 2021

The Memory War

When Jennifer Freyd accused her father of sexual abuse, her parents set out to discredit her—creating a controversial school of psychology that has bolstered the defense of countless sex offenders.

10+ mins read
New York magazine
January 4-17, 2021

At Home With Fran Lebowitz

Martin Scorsese’s conversational docuseries is a cranky, necessary love letter to New York.

8 mins read
New York magazine
January 4-17, 2021

Katie Crutchfield and Kevin Morby – Leave the World Behind

Shacked up in the suburbs of Kansas City, indie singer-songwriters Katie Crutchfield and Kevin Morby are making some of their best work.

4 mins read
New York magazine
January 4-17, 2021

Gain Of Function

How much risk of an accidental pandemic is too much?

10+ mins read
New York magazine
January 4-17, 2021

The National Interest: Gabriel Debenedetti

The Gentle Generalists A Biden style of government is emerging: lowest drama possible.

6 mins read
New York magazine
December 21, 2020-January 3, 2021

When Things Got Bleak, DJ iMarkkeyz Made the Remix

Metaphorically unmasking the DJ whose viral videos soundtracked this year.

6 mins read
New York magazine
December 21, 2020-January 3, 2021

The Devils Went Down to Georgia

In America’s newest swing state, where the fate of the nation rests on the outcome of two Senate runoffs, all of the candidates are relying on Donald Trump for one last turn out extravaganza.

10+ mins read
New York magazine
December 21, 2020-January 3, 2021

COVID Diaries: Anna Silman

Panic! in the Pod Some groups survive through teamwork; others eat each other alive.

10+ mins read
New York magazine
December 21, 2020-January 3, 2021

A Brooklyn Family's Pet-Friendly, Kid-Filled Self-Made Comfort Zone

Ada Davila and Agustin Hurtado transformed part of a 19th-century brewery in East Williamsburg into a bright and lively home.

2 mins read
New York magazine
December 21, 2020-January 3, 2021

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