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New York Magazine

March 29-April 11, 2021
Magazine

CULTURE, POLITICS, FOOD, FASHION: A NEW YORK POINT OF VIEW. With assertive reporting and sophisticated design, New York chronicles the people and events that shape the city that shapes the world.

Comments

The National Interest : Jonathan Chait • Schooling the Left Biden’s first big break with his allies is over classroom reopenings.

Movements: A Protest of All Ages • A mother and daughter attend the rally.

Christian Walker • A rising conservative star on TikTok.

The Group Portrait: Balthazar, Reunited • Setting the table for reopening night.

The City Politic : David Freedlander • Yang vs. Everybody With three months to go, Andrew Yang is still, improbably, looking like New York’s next mayor.

SECRETARY SWELL ON A PISSED-OFF PLANET • Groomed on Park Avenue and in the 16th Arrondissement, Secretary of State Antony Blinken confronts a world that just might be post-diplomacy.

AN OVERWHELMING DEMAND FOR PROFESSIONAL COUNSELING HAS SPAWNED SLICKLY MARKETED COMPANIES PROMISING A SERVICE THEY CANNOT POSSIBLY PROVIDE.

The Collective That’s Trying to Make Therapy Affordable for Everyone

THE EXPANDING SHRINK LANDSCAPE • A guide to the newest players, both earnest and cynical.

The New York Social Clubs Bringing Mental-Health Care to People of Color

The King of the Geezer Teasers • Inside Randall Emmett’s direct-to-video empire, where many of Hollywood’s most bankable stars have found lucrative early retirement.

The Best FLORISTS

FOR LATE-NIGHT ALLIUMS

FOR INEXPENSIVE MARIGOLDS

FOR BODEGA ROSES THAT WILL LAST TWO WEEKS

FOR AFFORDABLE SPARRING SESSIONS

The Best FITNESS INSTRUCTORS

FOR BOOT-CAMP-INSPIRED INTERVAL TRAINING

FOR NOT-TOO-GENTLE PRENATAL YOGA • NEELU SHRUTI Love Child Yoga, 1 Horatio St.; lovechildyoga.com

The Best EXTERMINATORS

FOR RATS

The Best PSYCHICS

FOR A PALM READING

FOR A NO-HOLDS-BARRED TAROT READING

The Best CUSTOM WOODWORKERS

For Unusually Inexpensive Cabinets

FOR A HIGH-DESIGN IRONING BOARD

For “Natural and Rooty Color”

For a Shiny Jet-Black Bob

The Best COLORISTS

FOR WHOLE HOUSEFULS OF STATEN ISLAND STUFF

The Best HOMEWARE STORES

For an Erwin Lambeth Slipper Chair

FOR 18th-CENTURY CERAMIC PARROT LAMPS

FOR EMBROIDERED TABLECLOTHS

FOR PRETTY MUCH ANYTHING

The Best TOY STORES

FOR PUPPETS, PUZZLES, AND GRANDMA DAWN

The Best HOUSEPAINTERS

FOR UPTOWN TYPES

The Best CATERERS

FOR “MEXICAN MASALA NIGHT”

FOR CIRCUS-COMMUNITY-APPROVED HUMMUS

FOR INCLUSIVITY

FOR RIVER VIEWS

The Best PLAYGROUNDS

FOR A 14-FOOT SLIDE

FOR A LAMP, TABLE LEGS, OR EVEN A BEDROOM DOOR

The Best UPHOLSTERERS

FOR RESTORING MID-CENTURY CHAIRS

STEPHANIE SCHAEFFER, PH.D.

The Best THERAPISTS • Though recommending a therapist should be as common as passing on an excellent upholsterer, there is still a stigma to tending to one’s mental health. Another complication: Sometimes the person you most trust for a recommendation isn’t someone with whom you want to share a therapist. So we decided to ask 31 notable New Yorkers about their therapists and are publishing their referrals in their own words. (A note: Pricing and insurance vary from patient to patient, so it’s best to be in touch directly.)

BRIAN JACOBSON, Psy.D.

Ellen Barz, M.A.

VENITA ALSTON, L.C.M.H.C.

NONPROFIT ORGANIZATION: FOOTSTEPS

The Queen of Fractured Fairy Tales • Helen Oyeyemi writes magical, unsettling novels in which nothing remains fixed. She has lived her life that way, too.

Belinda Carlisle...


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Frequency: Every other week Pages: 108 Publisher: New York Media, LLC Edition: March 29-April 11, 2021

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  • Release date: March 29, 2021

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English

CULTURE, POLITICS, FOOD, FASHION: A NEW YORK POINT OF VIEW. With assertive reporting and sophisticated design, New York chronicles the people and events that shape the city that shapes the world.

Comments

The National Interest : Jonathan Chait • Schooling the Left Biden’s first big break with his allies is over classroom reopenings.

Movements: A Protest of All Ages • A mother and daughter attend the rally.

Christian Walker • A rising conservative star on TikTok.

The Group Portrait: Balthazar, Reunited • Setting the table for reopening night.

The City Politic : David Freedlander • Yang vs. Everybody With three months to go, Andrew Yang is still, improbably, looking like New York’s next mayor.

SECRETARY SWELL ON A PISSED-OFF PLANET • Groomed on Park Avenue and in the 16th Arrondissement, Secretary of State Antony Blinken confronts a world that just might be post-diplomacy.

AN OVERWHELMING DEMAND FOR PROFESSIONAL COUNSELING HAS SPAWNED SLICKLY MARKETED COMPANIES PROMISING A SERVICE THEY CANNOT POSSIBLY PROVIDE.

The Collective That’s Trying to Make Therapy Affordable for Everyone

THE EXPANDING SHRINK LANDSCAPE • A guide to the newest players, both earnest and cynical.

The New York Social Clubs Bringing Mental-Health Care to People of Color

The King of the Geezer Teasers • Inside Randall Emmett’s direct-to-video empire, where many of Hollywood’s most bankable stars have found lucrative early retirement.

The Best FLORISTS

FOR LATE-NIGHT ALLIUMS

FOR INEXPENSIVE MARIGOLDS

FOR BODEGA ROSES THAT WILL LAST TWO WEEKS

FOR AFFORDABLE SPARRING SESSIONS

The Best FITNESS INSTRUCTORS

FOR BOOT-CAMP-INSPIRED INTERVAL TRAINING

FOR NOT-TOO-GENTLE PRENATAL YOGA • NEELU SHRUTI Love Child Yoga, 1 Horatio St.; lovechildyoga.com

The Best EXTERMINATORS

FOR RATS

The Best PSYCHICS

FOR A PALM READING

FOR A NO-HOLDS-BARRED TAROT READING

The Best CUSTOM WOODWORKERS

For Unusually Inexpensive Cabinets

FOR A HIGH-DESIGN IRONING BOARD

For “Natural and Rooty Color”

For a Shiny Jet-Black Bob

The Best COLORISTS

FOR WHOLE HOUSEFULS OF STATEN ISLAND STUFF

The Best HOMEWARE STORES

For an Erwin Lambeth Slipper Chair

FOR 18th-CENTURY CERAMIC PARROT LAMPS

FOR EMBROIDERED TABLECLOTHS

FOR PRETTY MUCH ANYTHING

The Best TOY STORES

FOR PUPPETS, PUZZLES, AND GRANDMA DAWN

The Best HOUSEPAINTERS

FOR UPTOWN TYPES

The Best CATERERS

FOR “MEXICAN MASALA NIGHT”

FOR CIRCUS-COMMUNITY-APPROVED HUMMUS

FOR INCLUSIVITY

FOR RIVER VIEWS

The Best PLAYGROUNDS

FOR A 14-FOOT SLIDE

FOR A LAMP, TABLE LEGS, OR EVEN A BEDROOM DOOR

The Best UPHOLSTERERS

FOR RESTORING MID-CENTURY CHAIRS

STEPHANIE SCHAEFFER, PH.D.

The Best THERAPISTS • Though recommending a therapist should be as common as passing on an excellent upholsterer, there is still a stigma to tending to one’s mental health. Another complication: Sometimes the person you most trust for a recommendation isn’t someone with whom you want to share a therapist. So we decided to ask 31 notable New Yorkers about their therapists and are publishing their referrals in their own words. (A note: Pricing and insurance vary from patient to patient, so it’s best to be in touch directly.)

BRIAN JACOBSON, Psy.D.

Ellen Barz, M.A.

VENITA ALSTON, L.C.M.H.C.

NONPROFIT ORGANIZATION: FOOTSTEPS

The Queen of Fractured Fairy Tales • Helen Oyeyemi writes magical, unsettling novels in which nothing remains fixed. She has lived her life that way, too.

Belinda Carlisle...


Expand title description text