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New York Magazine

August 30-September 12, 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

Look Back in Anger • America’s greatest existential threat wasn’t terrorism.

2. What Is Owed • The case for Iraqi reparations.

3. Rap Genius • What Dead Prez got right about 9/11.

The Group Portrait: The U.S. Open’s Tenure Track • At court with the most senior ball-lobbers and towel-profferers in tennis.

Isaac Fitzgerald • A pilgrimage with the most gregarious member of the literary internet.

The Roys Summer in Italy • On location with the cast of ‘Succession,’ the most interestingly terrible billionaires on TV.

The Roys & Co.: A Power Ranking • When Kendall steps up as the blood sacrifice at the end of season two, he turns on dear old Dad. Who holds the cards now?

THEHIGHPRIEST REGRETS OFCRYPTOPIA NOTHING • Ian Freeman could have been a bitcoin billionaire. Instead, he built a renegade society in a small New Hampshire town—and could go to prison for the rest of his life.

PLANNING FOR THE WORST • AFTER 9/11 , WE HAD A CHANCE TO BUILD THE DOWNTOWN THAT NEW YORK DESERVES. TWO DECADES LATER , TIMIDITY AND FEAR HAVE US HEMMED IN AT EVERY TURN.

Parsing the Pantscape

KEEPER: OUTSIDE-THE-HOUSE PANTS

THE LOOK BOOK GOES TO Margaritaville • We chatted with guests at the newly opened outpost of the hotel chain, which sits right between the Times Square subway station and Port Authority.

THE LOOK BOOK: MARGARITAVILLE

FALL PREVIEW 2021 • Torrisi Italian Specialties is reborn in a new space with a new name and an all-embracing approach to New York food.

Hillary Sterling Lights a Fire at Manhattan West …

… And So Does Madeline Sperling, Formerly of the NoMad

A Win Son Alum Cooks Homestyle Cantonese

Ignacio Mattos Wants to Fulfill All Your Midtown Noshing Needs

Two Sandwich Scholars Resurrect Eisenberg’s

FALL PREVIEW 2021 • A Cautiously Optimistic Guide to an (Almost) Normal Season

The Visible Man • Penn Badgley is famous for his roles as a gossip and a stalker—and he’s a little disturbed by what fans see in him.

Space Cowboy • John Cho trained like a superhero for the anime-classic remake.

MOST ANTICIPATED

‘Imagine a Black Woman Just Wanting Something’ • In Passing, Ruth Negga plays a character who dares you to disapprove of her choices.

Don’t Call Them Biopics • Pablo Larraín makes films about people in crisis who just happen to be famous.

MOST ANTICIPATED

Getting to Know H.E.R. • The artist is halfway to an EGOT, but she’s still a mystery to young audiences. You have to see her live to understand her.

WHICH FESTIVAL IS RIGHT FOR YOU? • Maybe you’re not ready to brave a thousands-strong crowd, but that hasn’t stopped festivals from returning.

MOST ANTICIPATED

Planet Knausgaard • Norway’s most famous self-exile debarks for a new frontier: genre fiction.

The Party Girl’s Revenge • Marlowe Granados’s debut novel is a picaresque for the glamorous and broke.

MOST ANTICIPATED

Adrienne Warren Stands Up • She opened in Tina so badly hurt she could barely walk. Then came another mountain to climb.

What Theater Learned on Its 18-Month Vacation • A traumatic time that’s yielding some good for both the art and the people who make it.

Emily Davis Doesn’t Do Impressions • Playing Reality Winner without stunts in Is This a Room.

MOST ANTICIPATED

Relearn How to Look • Ten fall shows to train your eye.

Seth Rogen Wants to Tell Your Story • The actor–author–ceramicist–weed...


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Frequency: Every other week Pages: 196 Publisher: New York Media, LLC Edition: August 30-September 12, 2021

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  • Release date: August 30, 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

Look Back in Anger • America’s greatest existential threat wasn’t terrorism.

2. What Is Owed • The case for Iraqi reparations.

3. Rap Genius • What Dead Prez got right about 9/11.

The Group Portrait: The U.S. Open’s Tenure Track • At court with the most senior ball-lobbers and towel-profferers in tennis.

Isaac Fitzgerald • A pilgrimage with the most gregarious member of the literary internet.

The Roys Summer in Italy • On location with the cast of ‘Succession,’ the most interestingly terrible billionaires on TV.

The Roys & Co.: A Power Ranking • When Kendall steps up as the blood sacrifice at the end of season two, he turns on dear old Dad. Who holds the cards now?

THEHIGHPRIEST REGRETS OFCRYPTOPIA NOTHING • Ian Freeman could have been a bitcoin billionaire. Instead, he built a renegade society in a small New Hampshire town—and could go to prison for the rest of his life.

PLANNING FOR THE WORST • AFTER 9/11 , WE HAD A CHANCE TO BUILD THE DOWNTOWN THAT NEW YORK DESERVES. TWO DECADES LATER , TIMIDITY AND FEAR HAVE US HEMMED IN AT EVERY TURN.

Parsing the Pantscape

KEEPER: OUTSIDE-THE-HOUSE PANTS

THE LOOK BOOK GOES TO Margaritaville • We chatted with guests at the newly opened outpost of the hotel chain, which sits right between the Times Square subway station and Port Authority.

THE LOOK BOOK: MARGARITAVILLE

FALL PREVIEW 2021 • Torrisi Italian Specialties is reborn in a new space with a new name and an all-embracing approach to New York food.

Hillary Sterling Lights a Fire at Manhattan West …

… And So Does Madeline Sperling, Formerly of the NoMad

A Win Son Alum Cooks Homestyle Cantonese

Ignacio Mattos Wants to Fulfill All Your Midtown Noshing Needs

Two Sandwich Scholars Resurrect Eisenberg’s

FALL PREVIEW 2021 • A Cautiously Optimistic Guide to an (Almost) Normal Season

The Visible Man • Penn Badgley is famous for his roles as a gossip and a stalker—and he’s a little disturbed by what fans see in him.

Space Cowboy • John Cho trained like a superhero for the anime-classic remake.

MOST ANTICIPATED

‘Imagine a Black Woman Just Wanting Something’ • In Passing, Ruth Negga plays a character who dares you to disapprove of her choices.

Don’t Call Them Biopics • Pablo Larraín makes films about people in crisis who just happen to be famous.

MOST ANTICIPATED

Getting to Know H.E.R. • The artist is halfway to an EGOT, but she’s still a mystery to young audiences. You have to see her live to understand her.

WHICH FESTIVAL IS RIGHT FOR YOU? • Maybe you’re not ready to brave a thousands-strong crowd, but that hasn’t stopped festivals from returning.

MOST ANTICIPATED

Planet Knausgaard • Norway’s most famous self-exile debarks for a new frontier: genre fiction.

The Party Girl’s Revenge • Marlowe Granados’s debut novel is a picaresque for the glamorous and broke.

MOST ANTICIPATED

Adrienne Warren Stands Up • She opened in Tina so badly hurt she could barely walk. Then came another mountain to climb.

What Theater Learned on Its 18-Month Vacation • A traumatic time that’s yielding some good for both the art and the people who make it.

Emily Davis Doesn’t Do Impressions • Playing Reality Winner without stunts in Is This a Room.

MOST ANTICIPATED

Relearn How to Look • Ten fall shows to train your eye.

Seth Rogen Wants to Tell Your Story • The actor–author–ceramicist–weed...


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