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New York Magazine

January 17-30, 20222
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 City Politic : Errol Louis • The Eric Adams Show A beginning stocked with masterstrokes, gaffes, and eyebrow-raising appointments.

The Group Portrait: Swing Time • Two actors, dozens of roles: How to keep The Lion King going during an outbreak.

Connor Pardoe • Pickleball, once a game for the 50-plus crowd, exploded during the pandemic. This sports commissioner wants to turn it into a national pastime.

The Money Game : Choire Sicha • America’s Quarter-Life Crisis Where’s our change? The answer is gnarlier than you’d expect.

The Undoing of Joss Whedon • The Buffy creator, once an icon of Hollywood feminism, is now an outcast accused of misogyny. How did he get here?

13,000 POUNDS AT 118 MILES PER HOUR • THE WRECK OF A LIMO NEAR ALBANY WAS THE DEADLIEST U.S. TRANSPORTATION DISASTER IN A DECADE. AND THE MAN BEHIND IT WAS ONE OF THE MOST NOTORIOUS CONFIDENTIAL INFORMANTS IN FBI HISTORY.

LAST SANE MAN ON WALL STREET • Nathan Anderson made his name exposing—and betting against—corporate fraud. But short selling in a frothy pandemic economy can be ruinous.

Dog Coats They’ll Actually Wear

Puffy Parkas, Neck-to-Tail Slickers, and Fleecy Vests

A Staten Island Shipping Dock • Longshoremen of the ILA Local 920 union took a break from 18-hour shifts to tell us about the supply chain and winter accidents.

THE LOOK BOOK: STATEN ISLAND DOCKWORKERS

Staying Put for 60 Years • Architectural historian Andrew Alpern bought his one-bedroom apartment in Chelsea’s Penn South co-ops in 1962 with no intention to ever leave. And he hasn’t.

Dining and Dashing • Attempting to savor South Indian delights at Semma during a surge.

Health Salad

Battle of the Roasted Garlic Achaars • A Trader Joe’s knockoff has put condiment-maker Brooklyn Delhi in a pickle.

Dried Persimmons

Mitski in Nine Acts • If the musician has to reveal herself at all, she’d rather do it one short burst at a time.

SEE SPOT PAINT • Agnieszka Pilat has become the Silicon Valley elite’s favorite artist. Even The Matrix’s Neo owns her work.

Accent Anxiety

Hanya’s Boys • The novelist tends to torture her gay male characters—but only so she can swoop in to save them.

Did the Right Thing • No one passes the purity test in this heavy-handed morality tale.

Don’t Touch That Dial • The Weeknd makes purgatory sound like fun.

Locals Only A cabaret star asks: Can you find yourself without leaving home?

To Do • Twenty-five things to see, hear, watch, and read. JANUARY 19–FEBRUARY 2

The Short List SUNDANCE FILM FESTIVAL • This year’s fest is online only—for the first time ever. Here, some films making their world premiere.

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


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Frequency: Every other week Pages: 84 Publisher: New York Media, LLC Edition: January 17-30, 20222

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  • Release date: January 17, 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 City Politic : Errol Louis • The Eric Adams Show A beginning stocked with masterstrokes, gaffes, and eyebrow-raising appointments.

The Group Portrait: Swing Time • Two actors, dozens of roles: How to keep The Lion King going during an outbreak.

Connor Pardoe • Pickleball, once a game for the 50-plus crowd, exploded during the pandemic. This sports commissioner wants to turn it into a national pastime.

The Money Game : Choire Sicha • America’s Quarter-Life Crisis Where’s our change? The answer is gnarlier than you’d expect.

The Undoing of Joss Whedon • The Buffy creator, once an icon of Hollywood feminism, is now an outcast accused of misogyny. How did he get here?

13,000 POUNDS AT 118 MILES PER HOUR • THE WRECK OF A LIMO NEAR ALBANY WAS THE DEADLIEST U.S. TRANSPORTATION DISASTER IN A DECADE. AND THE MAN BEHIND IT WAS ONE OF THE MOST NOTORIOUS CONFIDENTIAL INFORMANTS IN FBI HISTORY.

LAST SANE MAN ON WALL STREET • Nathan Anderson made his name exposing—and betting against—corporate fraud. But short selling in a frothy pandemic economy can be ruinous.

Dog Coats They’ll Actually Wear

Puffy Parkas, Neck-to-Tail Slickers, and Fleecy Vests

A Staten Island Shipping Dock • Longshoremen of the ILA Local 920 union took a break from 18-hour shifts to tell us about the supply chain and winter accidents.

THE LOOK BOOK: STATEN ISLAND DOCKWORKERS

Staying Put for 60 Years • Architectural historian Andrew Alpern bought his one-bedroom apartment in Chelsea’s Penn South co-ops in 1962 with no intention to ever leave. And he hasn’t.

Dining and Dashing • Attempting to savor South Indian delights at Semma during a surge.

Health Salad

Battle of the Roasted Garlic Achaars • A Trader Joe’s knockoff has put condiment-maker Brooklyn Delhi in a pickle.

Dried Persimmons

Mitski in Nine Acts • If the musician has to reveal herself at all, she’d rather do it one short burst at a time.

SEE SPOT PAINT • Agnieszka Pilat has become the Silicon Valley elite’s favorite artist. Even The Matrix’s Neo owns her work.

Accent Anxiety

Hanya’s Boys • The novelist tends to torture her gay male characters—but only so she can swoop in to save them.

Did the Right Thing • No one passes the purity test in this heavy-handed morality tale.

Don’t Touch That Dial • The Weeknd makes purgatory sound like fun.

Locals Only A cabaret star asks: Can you find yourself without leaving home?

To Do • Twenty-five things to see, hear, watch, and read. JANUARY 19–FEBRUARY 2

The Short List SUNDANCE FILM FESTIVAL • This year’s fest is online only—for the first time ever. Here, some films making their world premiere.

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


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