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New York Magazine

June 20-July 3, 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 • They Will Do It Again Republicans have not been chastened by the revelations of the January 6 committee.

The Group Portrait: The Fashion Children of Tumblr • They found themselves, and one another, online.

Jane Rosenthal • The impresario of the Tribeca Festival now has Murdoch money. And, yes, they still show movies.

The City Politic : Errol Louis • The Mayor Is the Message How long can Eric Adams coast on telling people he is in charge?

Teenage Justice • A list of boys “to look out for” on a high-school bathroom wall last fall. The story of one of them.

The Guru Burns Out • MARK MANSON sold 12 million copies of his SELF- HELP HIT. Then he started taking HIS OWN ADVICE .

They, Then and Now • Identifying as nonbinary once felt punk: ‘I’m not playing your game.’ But now all we do is talk about my pronouns.

9 Winning Water Bottles

The Best Water Bottles

The Best TAILORS • TO FIND THE SPOTS on this list, we polled dozens of stylish and savvy New Yorkers—designers, musicians, and fashion directors among them. For more obsessively sourced recommendations, including the best homeware stores, tilers, and exterminators, visit curbed.com.

FOR REPLACING UNUSUAL ZIPPERS SAMMY DRY CLEANERS & TAILOR • 650 Manhattan Ave., Brooklyn, sammybk.com

A WNBA Game • On a recent Sunday at Barclays Center, we spoke to fans moments after the Chicago Sky beat the New York Liberty.

THE LOOK BOOK: WNBA FANS

I’m Full • After 22 years and one zillion meals, our restaurant critic signs off.

His Favorite Restaurants Ever

The Life of a Restaurant Critic

What It’s Really Like to Eat With Platt

A Midtown Tower Where Foreign Billionaires Have Flocked for 47Years • Olympic Tower opened in 1975, attracting international princes and tin magnates looking to park their money, as well as the city’s society types. While the interiors now feel a bit dated (brown-marble bathrooms abound, and there’s barely a gym to speak of ), the building’s aggressively attentive staff is still a draw for those who’d rather not do much of anything themselves.

The Often-Contentious Owners’ Meeting

The People Who Live There • Inside seven apartments.

The Staff of 36

The 27-Year Saga of Khashoggi’s Apartment

And a Few House Rules:

How to Get an Apartment Here

True Originals • There would be no Yola without rock-and-roll architect Sister Rosetta Tharpe. Now Yola gets to become her in Baz Luhrmann’s Elvis.

IT STARTS WITH THARPE • Tharpe made history in the 1940s when she cranked the distortion up on her electric guitar, imbuing gospel standards with muscular grooves that would come to be called “rock and roll.” This is just some of her legacy. By Craig Jenkins

Laura Linney Resists Interpretation • She lives for the stage, loves film crews, and treasures her co-stars. Just don’t ask her about the ending of Ozark.

Ottessa Moshfegh Is Praying for Us • The author has been hailed as a high priestess of filth. Really, she wants to purify her readers.

She’s Their Biggest Fan • A Marvel-worshipping show about a Marvel-worshipping teen that somehow rings true.

Jump-Shot Fantasy • Adam Sandler plays the unthinkable: a man who wants the 76ers to succeed.

What Comes After the After-party? • Post Malone, now thinking clearly.

To Do • Twenty-five things to see, hear, watch, and read. JUNE 22–JULY 6

SUMMER THRILLERS • Sample the forbidden...


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Frequency: Every other week Pages: 92 Publisher: New York Media, LLC Edition: June 20-July 3, 2022

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  • Release date: June 20, 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 • They Will Do It Again Republicans have not been chastened by the revelations of the January 6 committee.

The Group Portrait: The Fashion Children of Tumblr • They found themselves, and one another, online.

Jane Rosenthal • The impresario of the Tribeca Festival now has Murdoch money. And, yes, they still show movies.

The City Politic : Errol Louis • The Mayor Is the Message How long can Eric Adams coast on telling people he is in charge?

Teenage Justice • A list of boys “to look out for” on a high-school bathroom wall last fall. The story of one of them.

The Guru Burns Out • MARK MANSON sold 12 million copies of his SELF- HELP HIT. Then he started taking HIS OWN ADVICE .

They, Then and Now • Identifying as nonbinary once felt punk: ‘I’m not playing your game.’ But now all we do is talk about my pronouns.

9 Winning Water Bottles

The Best Water Bottles

The Best TAILORS • TO FIND THE SPOTS on this list, we polled dozens of stylish and savvy New Yorkers—designers, musicians, and fashion directors among them. For more obsessively sourced recommendations, including the best homeware stores, tilers, and exterminators, visit curbed.com.

FOR REPLACING UNUSUAL ZIPPERS SAMMY DRY CLEANERS & TAILOR • 650 Manhattan Ave., Brooklyn, sammybk.com

A WNBA Game • On a recent Sunday at Barclays Center, we spoke to fans moments after the Chicago Sky beat the New York Liberty.

THE LOOK BOOK: WNBA FANS

I’m Full • After 22 years and one zillion meals, our restaurant critic signs off.

His Favorite Restaurants Ever

The Life of a Restaurant Critic

What It’s Really Like to Eat With Platt

A Midtown Tower Where Foreign Billionaires Have Flocked for 47Years • Olympic Tower opened in 1975, attracting international princes and tin magnates looking to park their money, as well as the city’s society types. While the interiors now feel a bit dated (brown-marble bathrooms abound, and there’s barely a gym to speak of ), the building’s aggressively attentive staff is still a draw for those who’d rather not do much of anything themselves.

The Often-Contentious Owners’ Meeting

The People Who Live There • Inside seven apartments.

The Staff of 36

The 27-Year Saga of Khashoggi’s Apartment

And a Few House Rules:

How to Get an Apartment Here

True Originals • There would be no Yola without rock-and-roll architect Sister Rosetta Tharpe. Now Yola gets to become her in Baz Luhrmann’s Elvis.

IT STARTS WITH THARPE • Tharpe made history in the 1940s when she cranked the distortion up on her electric guitar, imbuing gospel standards with muscular grooves that would come to be called “rock and roll.” This is just some of her legacy. By Craig Jenkins

Laura Linney Resists Interpretation • She lives for the stage, loves film crews, and treasures her co-stars. Just don’t ask her about the ending of Ozark.

Ottessa Moshfegh Is Praying for Us • The author has been hailed as a high priestess of filth. Really, she wants to purify her readers.

She’s Their Biggest Fan • A Marvel-worshipping show about a Marvel-worshipping teen that somehow rings true.

Jump-Shot Fantasy • Adam Sandler plays the unthinkable: a man who wants the 76ers to succeed.

What Comes After the After-party? • Post Malone, now thinking clearly.

To Do • Twenty-five things to see, hear, watch, and read. JUNE 22–JULY 6

SUMMER THRILLERS • Sample the forbidden...


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