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New York Magazine

February 14-27, 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 Inside Game : Gabriel Debenedetti • The Colorado Compromise Months ago, Jared Polis struck a COVID balance that coastal governors are only just figuring out.

The Group Portrait: Coney Island’s Ice Patrol • These winter bathers have been swimming (and shivering) for decades. They swear they enjoy it.

189 MINUTES WITH … Art Spiegelman • As the latest fight over Maus erupts, its artist-creator searches for his eyeglasses.

The Science of Us : Sangeeta Singh-Kurtz • Stress Toys for Tots The mental-health industrial complex comes to the kids’ aisle.

Adrift, Broke, and Disillusioned • How a struggling bartender became the face of a resurgent left.

EXTRAORDINARY CIRCUMSTANCES • Kenneth Watkins’s son, Kenny, was 6 days old when he was taken away and placed with a wealthy foster family. To regain custody, Watkins had to prove that being poor didn’t make him a bad father.

“I More So Consider Myself a CON ARTIST Than Anything” • What DANIELLE MILLER learned at Horace Mann and Rikers.

For Successful Snowboarding

Boards for All Manner of Riders

A Lunar New Year Dinner • Hundreds of people visited House of Joy, a recently renovated Chinatown banquet hall, to eat shumai, roast duck, and chicken feet.

THE LOOK BOOK: LUNAR NEW YEAR DINERS

Medieval in Manhattan • Artist Andres Serrano’s ecclesiastical Greenwich Village home is not a museum.

Next-Gen Chinese • Bonnie’s deftly riffs on Mom’s Cantonese cooking, Hong Kong diners, and Mickey D’s.

BITES

A Pasta That Wants to Save the Planet • Patagonia Provisions’ Kernza fusilli is made from an ecofriendly wonder grain, but how does it hold up to a nice punchy arrabbiata sauce?

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

The Meaty and the Meatless • Two offbeat takes on the Italian sandwich.

Gunna Pushed Himself to the Top • After a decade of making music, the rapper is finally known for his name alone.

A Hater’s Guide to the 2022 Oscar Nominees

Chuck Klosterman Lived Through This • In his new book, he tries to write about the ’90s as it felt at the time—at least to people like him.

Bless This Mess • Stumbling toward self-knowledge in The Worst Person in the World.

Who Hoaxed? • Two reporters attempt to solve a mystery that sent a city spiraling.

Enter the Denial Chamber • The Michael Jackson story, told selectively.

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

‘Chilean Poet’ • By Alejandro Zambra

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

A Vibe Shift Is Coming • Will any of us survive it?

A Bonbon for the Hip • A tiny, charming bag.

Butt Cleavage Arrives at the Mall • Rihanna’s unabashed underwear brand opens its first retail establishment.

Why Couldn’t Anybody Cancel Dolce & Gabbana? • The very expensive work-arounds of a fashion pariah.

Life After the Little Black Dress • What’s cocktail attire to you, 2022?

Sculpting With Tresses • Hairstylist Issac Poleon’s avant-garde looks are more art than coif.

An Overdue Appreciation • What André Leon Talley meant to Black people in fashion.

Girls in Trouble • The cast of EUPHORIA on playing TEENS forever on the BRINK of DISASTER.

CHRISTOPHER JOHN ROGERS’S FEARLESS AMERICAN LUXURY • The 28-year-old designer finds GLAMOUR in COLOR, cartoons, and JELL-O molds.

JULIA FOX IS HER OWN MUSE, THANK YOU...


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Frequency: Every other week Pages: 158 Publisher: New York Media, LLC Edition: February 14-27, 2022

OverDrive Magazine

  • Release date: February 14, 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 Inside Game : Gabriel Debenedetti • The Colorado Compromise Months ago, Jared Polis struck a COVID balance that coastal governors are only just figuring out.

The Group Portrait: Coney Island’s Ice Patrol • These winter bathers have been swimming (and shivering) for decades. They swear they enjoy it.

189 MINUTES WITH … Art Spiegelman • As the latest fight over Maus erupts, its artist-creator searches for his eyeglasses.

The Science of Us : Sangeeta Singh-Kurtz • Stress Toys for Tots The mental-health industrial complex comes to the kids’ aisle.

Adrift, Broke, and Disillusioned • How a struggling bartender became the face of a resurgent left.

EXTRAORDINARY CIRCUMSTANCES • Kenneth Watkins’s son, Kenny, was 6 days old when he was taken away and placed with a wealthy foster family. To regain custody, Watkins had to prove that being poor didn’t make him a bad father.

“I More So Consider Myself a CON ARTIST Than Anything” • What DANIELLE MILLER learned at Horace Mann and Rikers.

For Successful Snowboarding

Boards for All Manner of Riders

A Lunar New Year Dinner • Hundreds of people visited House of Joy, a recently renovated Chinatown banquet hall, to eat shumai, roast duck, and chicken feet.

THE LOOK BOOK: LUNAR NEW YEAR DINERS

Medieval in Manhattan • Artist Andres Serrano’s ecclesiastical Greenwich Village home is not a museum.

Next-Gen Chinese • Bonnie’s deftly riffs on Mom’s Cantonese cooking, Hong Kong diners, and Mickey D’s.

BITES

A Pasta That Wants to Save the Planet • Patagonia Provisions’ Kernza fusilli is made from an ecofriendly wonder grain, but how does it hold up to a nice punchy arrabbiata sauce?

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

The Meaty and the Meatless • Two offbeat takes on the Italian sandwich.

Gunna Pushed Himself to the Top • After a decade of making music, the rapper is finally known for his name alone.

A Hater’s Guide to the 2022 Oscar Nominees

Chuck Klosterman Lived Through This • In his new book, he tries to write about the ’90s as it felt at the time—at least to people like him.

Bless This Mess • Stumbling toward self-knowledge in The Worst Person in the World.

Who Hoaxed? • Two reporters attempt to solve a mystery that sent a city spiraling.

Enter the Denial Chamber • The Michael Jackson story, told selectively.

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

‘Chilean Poet’ • By Alejandro Zambra

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

A Vibe Shift Is Coming • Will any of us survive it?

A Bonbon for the Hip • A tiny, charming bag.

Butt Cleavage Arrives at the Mall • Rihanna’s unabashed underwear brand opens its first retail establishment.

Why Couldn’t Anybody Cancel Dolce & Gabbana? • The very expensive work-arounds of a fashion pariah.

Life After the Little Black Dress • What’s cocktail attire to you, 2022?

Sculpting With Tresses • Hairstylist Issac Poleon’s avant-garde looks are more art than coif.

An Overdue Appreciation • What André Leon Talley meant to Black people in fashion.

Girls in Trouble • The cast of EUPHORIA on playing TEENS forever on the BRINK of DISASTER.

CHRISTOPHER JOHN ROGERS’S FEARLESS AMERICAN LUXURY • The 28-year-old designer finds GLAMOUR in COLOR, cartoons, and JELL-O molds.

JULIA FOX IS HER OWN MUSE, THANK YOU...


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