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New York Magazine

May 9-22, 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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KEEP ABORTION LEGAL THE POST-ROE WORLD HAS BEGUN

2. Abortion Funds Are a Lifeline. And a Target. • The right’s attacks on grassroots groups have already begun.

3. ‘‘II Mean Mean,, Who Who Hasn Hasn’’tt Had Had an an Abortion Abortion??’’ • A night with breakout stand-up comic Alison Leiby.

The Group Portrait: Champions of the Office • Ten New York bosses urging workers back to their desks.

128 MINUTES WITH … Olúfemi Táíwò • The Georgetown philosopher’s new book, Elite Capture, comes at a moment of change for identity politics.

THE WOMAN WHO KILLED ROE • Marjorie Dannenfelser’s single-minded pursuit of an end to abortion.

IN CONVERSATION JOHN C.REILLY • The actor thinks audiences just want to be surprised. He’d do (almost) anything to oblige.

Footnotes

How the proudly personally privileged NELL DIAMOND convinced so many women to wear PAJAMAS in public. • WAKING UP FROM THE NAP DRESS

Nine Well-Considered Dining Chairs

Designer Chairs at DTC Prices

The Best CITY LANDSCAPERS

A Harlem Gospel Concert • To celebrate their second anniversary, the New Zionaires, a Harlem-based gospel group, hosted an afternoon of music and soul food at Glendale Baptist Church.

THE LOOK BOOK: GOSPEL CONCERTGOERS

Mort & Me in Bed-Stuy • The artist Simone Bodmer-Turner lives in this apartment of her own devising with her rescue dog, Mort.

A Spanish Revival on 23rd Street • The Hotel Chelsea’s El Quijote is back and better than ever.

BITES

This Pasta Granny Relishes the Spotlight

The Original The Famous • A pieman with a past, a business deal gone sour: New York’s next great pizza feud ignites in Astoria.

‘ What Would You Like to Know?’ • An afternoon of pleasant negotiation with actor, stealth musician, and Taylor Swift muse Joe Alwyn.

THE JUDGES

Don’t Stop Till You Get Enough • The 101 best movie sequels of all time.

Fernanda Melchor Writes Tragic Machismo • In her novels, male fear and desire are two sides of the same coin.

Black Star Meets Again Can lightning strike twice? How about 24 years later?

Bad Thoughts Make Good A Strange Loop moves to Broadway, much to its own surprise.

Send in the Clowns Mike Myers returns as … well, a lot of different people.

To Do • Twenty-five things to see, hear, watch, and read. MAY 11–25

Neruda on the Park • By Cleyvis Natera

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: May 9-22, 2022

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  • Release date: May 9, 2022

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News & Politics

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English

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

KEEP ABORTION LEGAL THE POST-ROE WORLD HAS BEGUN

2. Abortion Funds Are a Lifeline. And a Target. • The right’s attacks on grassroots groups have already begun.

3. ‘‘II Mean Mean,, Who Who Hasn Hasn’’tt Had Had an an Abortion Abortion??’’ • A night with breakout stand-up comic Alison Leiby.

The Group Portrait: Champions of the Office • Ten New York bosses urging workers back to their desks.

128 MINUTES WITH … Olúfemi Táíwò • The Georgetown philosopher’s new book, Elite Capture, comes at a moment of change for identity politics.

THE WOMAN WHO KILLED ROE • Marjorie Dannenfelser’s single-minded pursuit of an end to abortion.

IN CONVERSATION JOHN C.REILLY • The actor thinks audiences just want to be surprised. He’d do (almost) anything to oblige.

Footnotes

How the proudly personally privileged NELL DIAMOND convinced so many women to wear PAJAMAS in public. • WAKING UP FROM THE NAP DRESS

Nine Well-Considered Dining Chairs

Designer Chairs at DTC Prices

The Best CITY LANDSCAPERS

A Harlem Gospel Concert • To celebrate their second anniversary, the New Zionaires, a Harlem-based gospel group, hosted an afternoon of music and soul food at Glendale Baptist Church.

THE LOOK BOOK: GOSPEL CONCERTGOERS

Mort & Me in Bed-Stuy • The artist Simone Bodmer-Turner lives in this apartment of her own devising with her rescue dog, Mort.

A Spanish Revival on 23rd Street • The Hotel Chelsea’s El Quijote is back and better than ever.

BITES

This Pasta Granny Relishes the Spotlight

The Original The Famous • A pieman with a past, a business deal gone sour: New York’s next great pizza feud ignites in Astoria.

‘ What Would You Like to Know?’ • An afternoon of pleasant negotiation with actor, stealth musician, and Taylor Swift muse Joe Alwyn.

THE JUDGES

Don’t Stop Till You Get Enough • The 101 best movie sequels of all time.

Fernanda Melchor Writes Tragic Machismo • In her novels, male fear and desire are two sides of the same coin.

Black Star Meets Again Can lightning strike twice? How about 24 years later?

Bad Thoughts Make Good A Strange Loop moves to Broadway, much to its own surprise.

Send in the Clowns Mike Myers returns as … well, a lot of different people.

To Do • Twenty-five things to see, hear, watch, and read. MAY 11–25

Neruda on the Park • By Cleyvis Natera

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


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