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New York Magazine

May 10-23, 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.

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Political Animals : Olivia Nuzzi • The Crisis Crisis How the White House polices language in Washington—including the president’s.

The Group Portrait: Minding the Store • Wing On Wo & Co., the oldest family-run business in Chinatown, keeps the lights on.

142 MINUTES WITH … Litquidity Capital • The anonymous Wall Street banker chronicling our weird, meme-ified, get-rich-quick economy.

Science of Us : Katie Heaney • The Clock-Out Cure For those who can afford it, quitting has become the ultimate form of self-care.

ANDREW YANG’S INSIDER CAMPAIGN • How did a former CEO of 100 employees become the front-runner to govern a city of 8.5 million? Not simply by being a national celebrity and an excellent campaigner.

Tech vs.Journalism • Silicon Valley feels picked on by “woke” journalists “who can’t code.” Reporters feel picked on by petty zillionaires with anger-management problems. Inside the nasty clout battle for how the world’s most influential industry gets covered.

THE Destroy-It-to-Save-It Plan FOR East River Park • The city’s first real battle over climate adaptation has arrived.

Safer Spring Cleaning

Nine Actually Effective Nontoxic Products

Sami’s Kabab House • During the third week of Ramadan, people gathered to break the fast with Qabuli, lamb shanks, and aushak at the Astoria restaurant.

The Great Indoors • A critic reacclimates to the now-unfamiliar terrain of the dining room.

Gone But Not Forgotten • Lost drinks and dishes, rediscovered.

Farm to Townhouse • At One White Street, they don’t only write the menu. They plant it.

The Still-Wild,Semi-Habitable McKibbin Lofts

A Fairly Exhaustive Oral History • Four Loko parties, falling maggots, and first-floor strip clubs.

Meet the Current Tenants

MCKIBBIN HEADLINES THROUGH THE YEARS

Building Basics

Jose Diaz Deserves a Raise • The longtime super fields frantic phone calls from parents and saves cats.

How to Get an Apartment Here

In the Messy Land of Online Video, the Editor Is King

25 Videos That Have Defined the Form And made editing the star.

A BRIEF HISTORY OF THE APPS

The Hardest Video I’ve Edited Three creators on perfecting their art in post.

Alison Bechdel Works Out Her Issues • In her latest book, the graphic memoirist examines her relationship to exercise and, in turn, herself.

How to Un-Cast an Actor • When an Army of the Dead star got called out, director Zack Snyder decided to scrub him from every scene—and swap in Tig Notaro.

You’d Be an Iconic Guest • A ruthless Instagram interviewer brings her knowing wink to cable.

The Fixer • DJ Khaled is not a rapper. But he does always seem to know a guy.

Flail Against the Machine • In the robot apocalypse, the family that logs off together stays together.

To Do • Twenty-five things to see, hear, watch, and read.

Heaven

THE APPROVAL MATRIX • Our deliberately oversimplified guide to who falls where on our taste hierarchies.


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Frequency: Every other week Pages: 88 Publisher: New York Media, LLC Edition: May 10-23, 2021

OverDrive Magazine

  • Release date: May 10, 2021

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OverDrive Magazine

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News & Politics

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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

Political Animals : Olivia Nuzzi • The Crisis Crisis How the White House polices language in Washington—including the president’s.

The Group Portrait: Minding the Store • Wing On Wo & Co., the oldest family-run business in Chinatown, keeps the lights on.

142 MINUTES WITH … Litquidity Capital • The anonymous Wall Street banker chronicling our weird, meme-ified, get-rich-quick economy.

Science of Us : Katie Heaney • The Clock-Out Cure For those who can afford it, quitting has become the ultimate form of self-care.

ANDREW YANG’S INSIDER CAMPAIGN • How did a former CEO of 100 employees become the front-runner to govern a city of 8.5 million? Not simply by being a national celebrity and an excellent campaigner.

Tech vs.Journalism • Silicon Valley feels picked on by “woke” journalists “who can’t code.” Reporters feel picked on by petty zillionaires with anger-management problems. Inside the nasty clout battle for how the world’s most influential industry gets covered.

THE Destroy-It-to-Save-It Plan FOR East River Park • The city’s first real battle over climate adaptation has arrived.

Safer Spring Cleaning

Nine Actually Effective Nontoxic Products

Sami’s Kabab House • During the third week of Ramadan, people gathered to break the fast with Qabuli, lamb shanks, and aushak at the Astoria restaurant.

The Great Indoors • A critic reacclimates to the now-unfamiliar terrain of the dining room.

Gone But Not Forgotten • Lost drinks and dishes, rediscovered.

Farm to Townhouse • At One White Street, they don’t only write the menu. They plant it.

The Still-Wild,Semi-Habitable McKibbin Lofts

A Fairly Exhaustive Oral History • Four Loko parties, falling maggots, and first-floor strip clubs.

Meet the Current Tenants

MCKIBBIN HEADLINES THROUGH THE YEARS

Building Basics

Jose Diaz Deserves a Raise • The longtime super fields frantic phone calls from parents and saves cats.

How to Get an Apartment Here

In the Messy Land of Online Video, the Editor Is King

25 Videos That Have Defined the Form And made editing the star.

A BRIEF HISTORY OF THE APPS

The Hardest Video I’ve Edited Three creators on perfecting their art in post.

Alison Bechdel Works Out Her Issues • In her latest book, the graphic memoirist examines her relationship to exercise and, in turn, herself.

How to Un-Cast an Actor • When an Army of the Dead star got called out, director Zack Snyder decided to scrub him from every scene—and swap in Tig Notaro.

You’d Be an Iconic Guest • A ruthless Instagram interviewer brings her knowing wink to cable.

The Fixer • DJ Khaled is not a rapper. But he does always seem to know a guy.

Flail Against the Machine • In the robot apocalypse, the family that logs off together stays together.

To Do • Twenty-five things to see, hear, watch, and read.

Heaven

THE APPROVAL MATRIX • Our deliberately oversimplified guide to who falls where on our taste hierarchies.


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