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New York Magazine

August 16-29, 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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The National Interest : Jonathan Chait • The Republicans’ Pathogenic Party Line A new variant of COVID denialism has emerged.

The Group Portrait: Gawker Returns for Unknown Length of Time • It begins again: the messy bargain between Gawker and Gawker writer.

90 MINUTES WITH … Cindy Adams • The stalwart of “Page Six” gets ready to tell all—kind of.

Higher Education : William Deresiewicz • The Master’s Trap The desperate economics behind the pursuit of another degree.

How Andrew Cuomo Lost the Governorship

The Spine COLLECTOR • FOR THE PAST FIVE YEARS, A mysterious figure HAS BEEN STEALING BOOKS BEFORE THEIR RELEASE. IS IT espionage? REVENGE? A trap? OR A COMPLETE waste OF TIME?

AS SEEN ON RIIS BEACH • DANCING, SMOKING, AND PLAYING ALL SUMMER LONG AT NEW YORK’S QUEEREST SEASHORE. ➽ PORTFOLIO BY WAYNE LAWRENCE

Meet My Multiple MEs • Decades after Hollywood sensationalized the diagnosis, some people with dissociative identity disorder are presenting their selves on YouTube to rapturous fans.

A Nose-to-Tail Guide to Sweat Defense

Hyperspecific Sweat Solutions

Underarms

The Specific Torture That Is Procuring a Passport Right Now • The pandemic has thrown the process of renewing or getting a passport into disarray. The Strategist’s Louis Cheslaw and Daniel Varghese spoke with more than 30 New Yorkers who have gone through the hassle.

A Cricket Match in Van Cortlandt Park • Where players from India, Australia, Jamaica, and elsewhere faced off.

THE LOOK BOOK: VAN CORTLANDT PARK CRICKET FIELDS

She Lost a View But Gained a Gallery • Construction of a hotel next door to Han Feng’s loft covered her east- facing windows, so she came up with a plan.

Barbecue Bliss in the Bronx • Hudson Smokehouse is worth a trip from any borough.

BITES

A GF Pastry That Takes the Cake • Knead Love’s Cinny Buns are dark, dense, gluten free, vegan, and totally delicious.

Cooking With Paris Is Anti-Aspirational Food Television • Paris Hilton rattles the very foundations of cooking shows.

They Call Him Loop Daddy • Marc Rebillet livestreams improvised music to millions of fans, often in just his boxer briefs.

A Return to Company • Stephen Sondheim and orchestrator Jonathan Tunick revisit the making of the iconic cast album—and Elaine Stritch’s beautiful meltdown.

Daryl Hall on the Best and Worst of Hall & Oates

TV’s White Guys Are in Crisis • They’re no longer the main characters, but they’re still around. So what happens to them?

The Loud Part Quiet • On her new set, Billie Eilish matches her growing independence with a vastly expanded palette.

The Real Housewives of Windsor • In Merry Wives in Central Park, Falstaff falls back as the women step up.

Irreverent Irrelevance • Fun yet exhausting, The Suicide Squad upholds even as it subverts superhero conventions.

To Do • Twenty-five things to see, hear, watch, and read. AUGUST 18–SEPTEMBER 1

IN PREVIEWS

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


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Frequency: Every other week Pages: 92 Publisher: New York Media, LLC Edition: August 16-29, 2021

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  • Release date: August 16, 2021

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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 • The Republicans’ Pathogenic Party Line A new variant of COVID denialism has emerged.

The Group Portrait: Gawker Returns for Unknown Length of Time • It begins again: the messy bargain between Gawker and Gawker writer.

90 MINUTES WITH … Cindy Adams • The stalwart of “Page Six” gets ready to tell all—kind of.

Higher Education : William Deresiewicz • The Master’s Trap The desperate economics behind the pursuit of another degree.

How Andrew Cuomo Lost the Governorship

The Spine COLLECTOR • FOR THE PAST FIVE YEARS, A mysterious figure HAS BEEN STEALING BOOKS BEFORE THEIR RELEASE. IS IT espionage? REVENGE? A trap? OR A COMPLETE waste OF TIME?

AS SEEN ON RIIS BEACH • DANCING, SMOKING, AND PLAYING ALL SUMMER LONG AT NEW YORK’S QUEEREST SEASHORE. ➽ PORTFOLIO BY WAYNE LAWRENCE

Meet My Multiple MEs • Decades after Hollywood sensationalized the diagnosis, some people with dissociative identity disorder are presenting their selves on YouTube to rapturous fans.

A Nose-to-Tail Guide to Sweat Defense

Hyperspecific Sweat Solutions

Underarms

The Specific Torture That Is Procuring a Passport Right Now • The pandemic has thrown the process of renewing or getting a passport into disarray. The Strategist’s Louis Cheslaw and Daniel Varghese spoke with more than 30 New Yorkers who have gone through the hassle.

A Cricket Match in Van Cortlandt Park • Where players from India, Australia, Jamaica, and elsewhere faced off.

THE LOOK BOOK: VAN CORTLANDT PARK CRICKET FIELDS

She Lost a View But Gained a Gallery • Construction of a hotel next door to Han Feng’s loft covered her east- facing windows, so she came up with a plan.

Barbecue Bliss in the Bronx • Hudson Smokehouse is worth a trip from any borough.

BITES

A GF Pastry That Takes the Cake • Knead Love’s Cinny Buns are dark, dense, gluten free, vegan, and totally delicious.

Cooking With Paris Is Anti-Aspirational Food Television • Paris Hilton rattles the very foundations of cooking shows.

They Call Him Loop Daddy • Marc Rebillet livestreams improvised music to millions of fans, often in just his boxer briefs.

A Return to Company • Stephen Sondheim and orchestrator Jonathan Tunick revisit the making of the iconic cast album—and Elaine Stritch’s beautiful meltdown.

Daryl Hall on the Best and Worst of Hall & Oates

TV’s White Guys Are in Crisis • They’re no longer the main characters, but they’re still around. So what happens to them?

The Loud Part Quiet • On her new set, Billie Eilish matches her growing independence with a vastly expanded palette.

The Real Housewives of Windsor • In Merry Wives in Central Park, Falstaff falls back as the women step up.

Irreverent Irrelevance • Fun yet exhausting, The Suicide Squad upholds even as it subverts superhero conventions.

To Do • Twenty-five things to see, hear, watch, and read. AUGUST 18–SEPTEMBER 1

IN PREVIEWS

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


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