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New York Magazine

May 24-June 6, 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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Power : Gabriel Debenedetti • There Will Be No Pax Bidenica The first foreign crisis of this presidency intrudes on Infrastructure Week.

The Group Portrait: The Audience Is a Little Quiet • An ensemble from the NewYork Philharmonic plays Green-Wood Cemetery.

102 MINUTES WITH … Aida Turturro • The Sopranos star finds her second calling on Cameo.

The City Politic : David Freedlander • The Endorsed The Times vaulted Kathryn Garcia from mayoral long shot to … maybe … plausible?

RECKONING WITH A RECKONING

One year later, America is struggling to REFORM and reimagine the AGENCIES that have been licensed to KILL us.

DERRICK INGRAM is still shut inside the Hell’s Kitchen APARTMENT the POLICE tried to invade.

The Minnesota Freedom Fund RAISED TOO MUCH MONEY.

Watching White People • The year’s dark comedy of manners.

Stop HUSTLING BLACK DEATH • Samaria Rice is the mother of Tamir, not a “mother of the movement.”

Two entrepreneurs have built a business dredging up WHITE WOMEN’S SHAME.

The mayors of Oklahoma’s last ALL-BLACK TOWNS are honoring the centennial of a massacre.

Doing the Work at Work • What are companies desperate for DIVERSITY CONSULTANTS actually buying?

What Kind of Runner Are You? • The best sneakers for long-distance joggers, sprinters, and those looking to break (their own personal, at least) records.

BEST BETS: RUNNING SNEAKERS

THE LOOK BOOK GOES TO New York Dress • High-school students tried on tulle gowns and sequined A-lines for proms and quinceañeras at the Maspeth boutique.

THE LOOK BOOK: NEW YORK DRESS

Barbara JakobsonThinks of Her Art-Filled Townhouse As Her Autobiography • She’s lived here since 1965 and now gets up and down its five floors on her spiffy new stair-climbing “worm.”

The Future of Sushi? • At Rosella, local and sustainable sourcing trumps traditional supply chains.

BITES

Hot Plate What to eat, drink, and read right now.

‘The Role of the Artist Is to Thrash Around’ • Sleater-Kinney recommits.

Bluey Is the Best Kids’ Show of Our Time • No other series gets the strange, hilarious magic of play.

Who Should John Mulaney Be Now? • The comedian returns for his first post-rehab show.

Where There’s Smoke • Angelina Jolie is back, and it’s impossible to look away.

Just the Two of Us • Mundanity and chemistry on Master of None.

The Lights Flicker On • Downtown theater comes back, slowly and then all at once.

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

What’s on Your Summer Reading List? • Upcoming releases, recommended by novelists.

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


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Frequency: Every other week Pages: 100 Publisher: New York Media, LLC Edition: May 24-June 6, 2021

OverDrive Magazine

  • Release date: May 24, 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

Power : Gabriel Debenedetti • There Will Be No Pax Bidenica The first foreign crisis of this presidency intrudes on Infrastructure Week.

The Group Portrait: The Audience Is a Little Quiet • An ensemble from the NewYork Philharmonic plays Green-Wood Cemetery.

102 MINUTES WITH … Aida Turturro • The Sopranos star finds her second calling on Cameo.

The City Politic : David Freedlander • The Endorsed The Times vaulted Kathryn Garcia from mayoral long shot to … maybe … plausible?

RECKONING WITH A RECKONING

One year later, America is struggling to REFORM and reimagine the AGENCIES that have been licensed to KILL us.

DERRICK INGRAM is still shut inside the Hell’s Kitchen APARTMENT the POLICE tried to invade.

The Minnesota Freedom Fund RAISED TOO MUCH MONEY.

Watching White People • The year’s dark comedy of manners.

Stop HUSTLING BLACK DEATH • Samaria Rice is the mother of Tamir, not a “mother of the movement.”

Two entrepreneurs have built a business dredging up WHITE WOMEN’S SHAME.

The mayors of Oklahoma’s last ALL-BLACK TOWNS are honoring the centennial of a massacre.

Doing the Work at Work • What are companies desperate for DIVERSITY CONSULTANTS actually buying?

What Kind of Runner Are You? • The best sneakers for long-distance joggers, sprinters, and those looking to break (their own personal, at least) records.

BEST BETS: RUNNING SNEAKERS

THE LOOK BOOK GOES TO New York Dress • High-school students tried on tulle gowns and sequined A-lines for proms and quinceañeras at the Maspeth boutique.

THE LOOK BOOK: NEW YORK DRESS

Barbara JakobsonThinks of Her Art-Filled Townhouse As Her Autobiography • She’s lived here since 1965 and now gets up and down its five floors on her spiffy new stair-climbing “worm.”

The Future of Sushi? • At Rosella, local and sustainable sourcing trumps traditional supply chains.

BITES

Hot Plate What to eat, drink, and read right now.

‘The Role of the Artist Is to Thrash Around’ • Sleater-Kinney recommits.

Bluey Is the Best Kids’ Show of Our Time • No other series gets the strange, hilarious magic of play.

Who Should John Mulaney Be Now? • The comedian returns for his first post-rehab show.

Where There’s Smoke • Angelina Jolie is back, and it’s impossible to look away.

Just the Two of Us • Mundanity and chemistry on Master of None.

The Lights Flicker On • Downtown theater comes back, slowly and then all at once.

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

What’s on Your Summer Reading List? • Upcoming releases, recommended by novelists.

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


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