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New York Magazine

January 3-16, 2022
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 • What the Insurrection Accomplished Trump has transformed his party into something once unrecognizable

The Group Portrait: The Majority • For the first time, women make up most of the City Council.

Peter Sarsgaard • The bee-raising, orchard-tending Brooklyn aristocrat on reading Nabokov and making films with Maggie.

The Money Game : Anonymous • A Trip to the Meme-Coin Casino “I think this is all stupid and absurd. But I’m not going to complain.”

“MY DAD WASN’T JUST A NOBODY”

Fifteen people at Rikers died in 2021. • These are their stories.

The Political Life of Dr. • His campaign to be the next Republican senator from Pennsylvania is facing one major problem: Republicans in Pennsylvania.

Why Did Keisha Lance Bottoms Quit? • The mayor of Atlanta was a rising star in Democratic politics. Then the crime wave hit.

Give the Gift of New York

2022 ADAM PLATT’S WHERE to EAT

A Critic Makes Up for Lost Time • Adam Platt eats his way through a changing restaurant landscape, reconnecting with old favorites and discovering new ones.

A Diner’s Dozen • From a resurrected 19th-century landmark to an au courant vegan counter, the 12 best new restaurants to eat at right now.

The Protégé • Sean Thor Conroe lost his fiercest advocate right before he published his first novel. Now he’s facing the hype without him.

Joan Didion’s Greatest Two-Word Sentence • The power of an ice-cold, unflinching gaze.

The Future’s Not All Bad • Believe it or not, there are some things to look forward to this year—here are 45.*

Afterlife of an Artifact • For artist Gala Porras-Kim, museum collections are more than inspiration. They’re material.

It Doesn’t Swing • There have been some great Spider-Man movies. This is not one of them.

Live and Lukewarm • A series about phone sex that’s remarkably vanilla.

Remains of the Day • Station Eleven is a pandemic show you’ll actually want to keep watching.

To DO • Twenty-five things to see, hear, watch, and read. JANUARY 5–29

THE 60-SECOND BOOK EXCERPT Brown Girls

THE 2021 APPROVAL MATRIX • Our deliberately oversimplified guide to who falls where on our taste hierarchies.


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Frequency: Every other week Pages: 80 Publisher: New York Media, LLC Edition: January 3-16, 2022

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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 • What the Insurrection Accomplished Trump has transformed his party into something once unrecognizable

The Group Portrait: The Majority • For the first time, women make up most of the City Council.

Peter Sarsgaard • The bee-raising, orchard-tending Brooklyn aristocrat on reading Nabokov and making films with Maggie.

The Money Game : Anonymous • A Trip to the Meme-Coin Casino “I think this is all stupid and absurd. But I’m not going to complain.”

“MY DAD WASN’T JUST A NOBODY”

Fifteen people at Rikers died in 2021. • These are their stories.

The Political Life of Dr. • His campaign to be the next Republican senator from Pennsylvania is facing one major problem: Republicans in Pennsylvania.

Why Did Keisha Lance Bottoms Quit? • The mayor of Atlanta was a rising star in Democratic politics. Then the crime wave hit.

Give the Gift of New York

2022 ADAM PLATT’S WHERE to EAT

A Critic Makes Up for Lost Time • Adam Platt eats his way through a changing restaurant landscape, reconnecting with old favorites and discovering new ones.

A Diner’s Dozen • From a resurrected 19th-century landmark to an au courant vegan counter, the 12 best new restaurants to eat at right now.

The Protégé • Sean Thor Conroe lost his fiercest advocate right before he published his first novel. Now he’s facing the hype without him.

Joan Didion’s Greatest Two-Word Sentence • The power of an ice-cold, unflinching gaze.

The Future’s Not All Bad • Believe it or not, there are some things to look forward to this year—here are 45.*

Afterlife of an Artifact • For artist Gala Porras-Kim, museum collections are more than inspiration. They’re material.

It Doesn’t Swing • There have been some great Spider-Man movies. This is not one of them.

Live and Lukewarm • A series about phone sex that’s remarkably vanilla.

Remains of the Day • Station Eleven is a pandemic show you’ll actually want to keep watching.

To DO • Twenty-five things to see, hear, watch, and read. JANUARY 5–29

THE 60-SECOND BOOK EXCERPT Brown Girls

THE 2021 APPROVAL MATRIX • Our deliberately oversimplified guide to who falls where on our taste hierarchies.


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