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New York Magazine

June 6-19, 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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Extremely Online : Choire Sicha • The Mainstream Media Lost the Depp-Heard Trial And the lifestyle influencers turned court correspondents won.

The Group Portrait: Enforcers, Tour Guides, Artists • The many occupations of the guards at the Met.

Susanne Bartsch • Still entertaining the “adventurous straights”—now at midtown’s most mega of new megaclubs.

STEVE SCHMIDT’S LONELY WAR • The political operative is spilling tea on all his perceived enemies. He swears he’s never been happier.

Dianne Feinstein Is American Politics • Over the course of 52 years in elected office, she believed she could use the system for good. Despite everything, she still does.

PRIDE & PREJUDICE AND Fire Island • JOEL KIM BOOSTER’s debut film is a deliciously bawdy, possibly triggering gay rom-com. He’s ready to go into a cryogenic sleep to avoid the discourse.

FANTASY FRIENDS • The guys of my generation are hooked on fantasy sports. When it comes to maintaining meaningful relationships into adulthood, that might not be a bad thing.

Eight Thoroughly Vetted Cruisers

BEST IN CLASS How to Choose the Ideal Cruiser

OUR EXPERTS

The Best TILERS

FOR SEAMLESSLY EXECUTING A ROUNDED SHOWER

A Marc Jacobs Sample Sale • Shoppers waited for hours—and in some cases bought spots at the front of the line—in hope of snagging their desired designs for less.

THE LOOK BOOK: FASHION-SALE SEEKERS

This Office Space Wants to Be a Vase • Julio Torres just finished decorating his personal writer’s room.

200 Restaurants,100 Tips

Silly Little Freako • The “Megan Stalter character” is its own comedy genre now. Where does the real person end and her personae begin?

Cronenberg’s Cannes Comeback • The director’s stomach-turning new movie has him in the festival’s good graces for once.

A Strange 20-Year Loop to Broadway • From the porn studio to the Tony Awards.

Returning to Nevada • Imogen Binnie’s first novel became a staple of trans literature. Nine years and one new reissue later, how much has changed in the culture?

To Like or Not to Like Fat Ham ? • The question, and the play, still haunts me.

She Got Out • A memoir of addiction and prison time, delivered with a note of apology.

Knock Knock • There’s something both vacant and inviting about Harry’s House.

To Do • Twenty-five things to see, hear, watch, and read. JUNE 8–22

Movies We Can’t Wait to See

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


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Frequency: Every other week Pages: 100 Publisher: New York Media, LLC Edition: June 6-19, 2022

OverDrive Magazine

  • Release date: June 6, 2022

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OverDrive Magazine

subjects

News & Politics

Languages

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

Extremely Online : Choire Sicha • The Mainstream Media Lost the Depp-Heard Trial And the lifestyle influencers turned court correspondents won.

The Group Portrait: Enforcers, Tour Guides, Artists • The many occupations of the guards at the Met.

Susanne Bartsch • Still entertaining the “adventurous straights”—now at midtown’s most mega of new megaclubs.

STEVE SCHMIDT’S LONELY WAR • The political operative is spilling tea on all his perceived enemies. He swears he’s never been happier.

Dianne Feinstein Is American Politics • Over the course of 52 years in elected office, she believed she could use the system for good. Despite everything, she still does.

PRIDE & PREJUDICE AND Fire Island • JOEL KIM BOOSTER’s debut film is a deliciously bawdy, possibly triggering gay rom-com. He’s ready to go into a cryogenic sleep to avoid the discourse.

FANTASY FRIENDS • The guys of my generation are hooked on fantasy sports. When it comes to maintaining meaningful relationships into adulthood, that might not be a bad thing.

Eight Thoroughly Vetted Cruisers

BEST IN CLASS How to Choose the Ideal Cruiser

OUR EXPERTS

The Best TILERS

FOR SEAMLESSLY EXECUTING A ROUNDED SHOWER

A Marc Jacobs Sample Sale • Shoppers waited for hours—and in some cases bought spots at the front of the line—in hope of snagging their desired designs for less.

THE LOOK BOOK: FASHION-SALE SEEKERS

This Office Space Wants to Be a Vase • Julio Torres just finished decorating his personal writer’s room.

200 Restaurants,100 Tips

Silly Little Freako • The “Megan Stalter character” is its own comedy genre now. Where does the real person end and her personae begin?

Cronenberg’s Cannes Comeback • The director’s stomach-turning new movie has him in the festival’s good graces for once.

A Strange 20-Year Loop to Broadway • From the porn studio to the Tony Awards.

Returning to Nevada • Imogen Binnie’s first novel became a staple of trans literature. Nine years and one new reissue later, how much has changed in the culture?

To Like or Not to Like Fat Ham ? • The question, and the play, still haunts me.

She Got Out • A memoir of addiction and prison time, delivered with a note of apology.

Knock Knock • There’s something both vacant and inviting about Harry’s House.

To Do • Twenty-five things to see, hear, watch, and read. JUNE 8–22

Movies We Can’t Wait to See

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


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