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New York Magazine

Aug 01 2014
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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.

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The Kamala Conundrum The Democrats’ leader-in-waiting is unpopular, derided by donors, and here to stay.

The Group Portrait: Shark Spotters • Looking for what lurks off New York’s beaches.

Alex Lee Moyer • Platforming a platformer of the deplatformed.

What Is Elon Musk? And how is it possible that he could emerge from his Twitter debacle more culturally dominant than ever?

60 Days to Find a Not-Horrible Apartment • Our landlords recently told us they were selling our apartment. The rental market was a complete nightmare, and we had only two months to find a new place. What did we want? A two-bedroom, two--bathroom, ideally with a dishwasher, a washer-dryer, and excellent soundproofing to keep neighbors from hearing our children’s screaming. Where? Clinton Hill or Bed-Stuy, walking distance to my son’s school. Our budget? $5,000 a month, tops. My hunt, in four parts.

Ten Years of Re- Re- Re- Re-Downloading Tinder • What we’ve learned about sex, love, emoji, ghosting, our faces, men in Brooklyn, and that forever-damaged corner of our prefrontal cortex that keeps us swiping for more.

1 Tinder Hearted • How did a dating app become my longest-running relationship?

2 FIVE NEW TINDER TYPES OF BROOKLYN:

3 A MINI TINDER TIME CAPSULE

4 HOW BAD IS GHOSTING, REALLY?

5 A 1,232-SWIPER POLL • The Cut asked current and former app users about their habits, their horror stories, and what they’ve learned.

6 AND NOW A FEW WORDS FROM A PROFESSIONAL PROFILE-PIC WHISPERER

7 HOW I PICKED MY PIC • Eight app users explain, psychoanalyze, and defend ten years of profile images.

8 WE SHARED A BRUNCH BOY • What if ten of your past dates swapped notes?

The Experts’ Preferred Floor Fan

67 Summer Shopping Tips

The Best MOLD EXPERTS

THE LOOK BOOK GOES TO 500 Weddings • On a recent weekend, Lincoln Center invited couples whose weddings had been disrupted by the pandemic to renew their vows.

A Final Taste of the Tropics • Visiting Papaya King on the eve of its probable destruction.

A Basque Pioneer Comes Back • Txikito reopens with a fresh look and an updated menu.

Another Martini? • This one is British, freezing, and particularly strong.

Todd Oldham’s Place in the Poconos • It’s a patchwork of new and old ideas … and it’ll never be finished.

A Very Serious Woman • Maria Bakalova never dreamed of doing comedy. But upstaging Borat has a way of changing your life.

Seeing Is Believing in Nope • The film’s cinematographer breaks down three visual choices that make you question exactly what you’re witnessing.

The Making of Silent Bruce • Bruce Willis was a fast-talking lead who became a man-of-few-words star. Which made his mental decline that much harder to notice.

Usher on His Greatest Hits (and Biggest Misconceptions)

When the Stars Align • Ethan Hawke examines Paul Newman and Joanne Woodward, but also himself.

The Fame Monster • In Jordan Peele’s Nope, what’s stalking the skies isn’t the only horror.

A Safe Bet • Lizzo’s specialty is carrying herself like she’s already a legacy.

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

THE new york CROSSWORD

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


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Frequency: Every other week Pages: 88 Publisher: New York Media, LLC Edition: Aug 01 2014

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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 Kamala Conundrum The Democrats’ leader-in-waiting is unpopular, derided by donors, and here to stay.

The Group Portrait: Shark Spotters • Looking for what lurks off New York’s beaches.

Alex Lee Moyer • Platforming a platformer of the deplatformed.

What Is Elon Musk? And how is it possible that he could emerge from his Twitter debacle more culturally dominant than ever?

60 Days to Find a Not-Horrible Apartment • Our landlords recently told us they were selling our apartment. The rental market was a complete nightmare, and we had only two months to find a new place. What did we want? A two-bedroom, two--bathroom, ideally with a dishwasher, a washer-dryer, and excellent soundproofing to keep neighbors from hearing our children’s screaming. Where? Clinton Hill or Bed-Stuy, walking distance to my son’s school. Our budget? $5,000 a month, tops. My hunt, in four parts.

Ten Years of Re- Re- Re- Re-Downloading Tinder • What we’ve learned about sex, love, emoji, ghosting, our faces, men in Brooklyn, and that forever-damaged corner of our prefrontal cortex that keeps us swiping for more.

1 Tinder Hearted • How did a dating app become my longest-running relationship?

2 FIVE NEW TINDER TYPES OF BROOKLYN:

3 A MINI TINDER TIME CAPSULE

4 HOW BAD IS GHOSTING, REALLY?

5 A 1,232-SWIPER POLL • The Cut asked current and former app users about their habits, their horror stories, and what they’ve learned.

6 AND NOW A FEW WORDS FROM A PROFESSIONAL PROFILE-PIC WHISPERER

7 HOW I PICKED MY PIC • Eight app users explain, psychoanalyze, and defend ten years of profile images.

8 WE SHARED A BRUNCH BOY • What if ten of your past dates swapped notes?

The Experts’ Preferred Floor Fan

67 Summer Shopping Tips

The Best MOLD EXPERTS

THE LOOK BOOK GOES TO 500 Weddings • On a recent weekend, Lincoln Center invited couples whose weddings had been disrupted by the pandemic to renew their vows.

A Final Taste of the Tropics • Visiting Papaya King on the eve of its probable destruction.

A Basque Pioneer Comes Back • Txikito reopens with a fresh look and an updated menu.

Another Martini? • This one is British, freezing, and particularly strong.

Todd Oldham’s Place in the Poconos • It’s a patchwork of new and old ideas … and it’ll never be finished.

A Very Serious Woman • Maria Bakalova never dreamed of doing comedy. But upstaging Borat has a way of changing your life.

Seeing Is Believing in Nope • The film’s cinematographer breaks down three visual choices that make you question exactly what you’re witnessing.

The Making of Silent Bruce • Bruce Willis was a fast-talking lead who became a man-of-few-words star. Which made his mental decline that much harder to notice.

Usher on His Greatest Hits (and Biggest Misconceptions)

When the Stars Align • Ethan Hawke examines Paul Newman and Joanne Woodward, but also himself.

The Fame Monster • In Jordan Peele’s Nope, what’s stalking the skies isn’t the only horror.

A Safe Bet • Lizzo’s specialty is carrying herself like she’s already a legacy.

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

THE new york CROSSWORD

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


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