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New York Magazine

July 5-18, 2021
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 City Politic : David Freedlander • Who Won? A complicated new voting system meets an archaic bureaucracy.

The Group Portrait: Winners Eat Free • How the restaurant Dr. Clark created Manhattan’s most promising new soccer team.

70 MINUTES WITH … Ramtin Ray Nosrati • The builder of Los Angeles’s awesome, soulless spec palaces.

The Left : Eric Levitz • Making Sense of Murder Progressives shouldn’t avoid talking about rising homicides.

THE BEST DOCTORS IN NEW YORK • Each doctor has been peer-nominated and selected by Castle Connolly, the nation’s leading provider of information on top doctors.

THE Other Woman FOR MOST OF HER CAREER, Jennifer Coolidge NOW SHE GETS TO SHOW WHAT ELSE SHE CANDO. • HAS BEEN SPINNING ROLES AS TROPHY WIVES AND DIVORCÉES INTO COMIC GOLD.

1. THE LONG AUTHORITARIAN HISTORY OF THE CAPITOL RIOT

2. HIS LONGEST, DUMBEST DAY

3 THE MAKING OF A MAGA MARTYR

4. INSURRECTIONISTS IN PURGATORY

5. THE PROSECUTION DEPENDS ENTIRELY ON MERRICK GARLAND, OF ALL PEOPLE

6. THE RIGHT’S NEW LOST CAUSE HOW JANUARY 6 WILL BE REMEMBERED BY TRUMP’S SUPPORTERS.

THE SOUND OF MY INBOX • The financial promise of email newsletters has enticed so many writers to launch so many micropublications that they have,in turn, created a new literary genre.

Eleven Newsletters the Writers of Newsletters Like to Read • From deep dives into the beauty industry to navel-gaze-y missives on media controversies.

SLATHER BETTER

KEEPER: SUNSCREENS

Should We All Be Wearing Blue-Light-Blocking Sunscreen?

A Financial District Dig Inn • Workers who have gone back into the office—and some who never left—stopped by to pick up their Friday lunch.

This Used to Be the “Ugliest House on Mt. Merino” • Jeff Hayenga and Michael Belanger’s long-simmering upstate project.

A Tasteful Renovation • At Gage & Tollner, meticulous preservation meets ( just enough) innovation.

BITES

Sydney’s Five

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

Rethinking the Restaurant Salad • It turns out they’re not all tossed off.

Saweetie Wants You to See Her Sweat • She’s not yet the rapper she aspires to be. At least she finally knows what it’ll take.

Reality TV But Make It Canine • Only one dog-centric show can be Best in Show.

Amateur Hour • A quarter-century after Pam and Tommy’s sex tape, there have been countless copycats—and nothing like it.

The Interpreter • Katie Kitamura’s hypnotic new novel asks, What happens when your main character is a passive witness to her own life?

His Secrets and His Success • Tyler, the Creator tangles with desires unfulfilled.

Choose Your Own Misadventure • The flashiest theater event since the shutdown is an interactive mixed bag.

Hell Is Other People • A hyperviolent series finally gives up on America.

To Do • Twenty-five things to see, hear, watch, and read. JULY 7–21

BARD SUMMERSCAPE • Bard College’s new-works summer festival returns July 8 to August 15.

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


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Frequency: Every other week Pages: 112 Publisher: New York Media, LLC Edition: July 5-18, 2021

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  • Release date: July 5, 2021

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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 City Politic : David Freedlander • Who Won? A complicated new voting system meets an archaic bureaucracy.

The Group Portrait: Winners Eat Free • How the restaurant Dr. Clark created Manhattan’s most promising new soccer team.

70 MINUTES WITH … Ramtin Ray Nosrati • The builder of Los Angeles’s awesome, soulless spec palaces.

The Left : Eric Levitz • Making Sense of Murder Progressives shouldn’t avoid talking about rising homicides.

THE BEST DOCTORS IN NEW YORK • Each doctor has been peer-nominated and selected by Castle Connolly, the nation’s leading provider of information on top doctors.

THE Other Woman FOR MOST OF HER CAREER, Jennifer Coolidge NOW SHE GETS TO SHOW WHAT ELSE SHE CANDO. • HAS BEEN SPINNING ROLES AS TROPHY WIVES AND DIVORCÉES INTO COMIC GOLD.

1. THE LONG AUTHORITARIAN HISTORY OF THE CAPITOL RIOT

2. HIS LONGEST, DUMBEST DAY

3 THE MAKING OF A MAGA MARTYR

4. INSURRECTIONISTS IN PURGATORY

5. THE PROSECUTION DEPENDS ENTIRELY ON MERRICK GARLAND, OF ALL PEOPLE

6. THE RIGHT’S NEW LOST CAUSE HOW JANUARY 6 WILL BE REMEMBERED BY TRUMP’S SUPPORTERS.

THE SOUND OF MY INBOX • The financial promise of email newsletters has enticed so many writers to launch so many micropublications that they have,in turn, created a new literary genre.

Eleven Newsletters the Writers of Newsletters Like to Read • From deep dives into the beauty industry to navel-gaze-y missives on media controversies.

SLATHER BETTER

KEEPER: SUNSCREENS

Should We All Be Wearing Blue-Light-Blocking Sunscreen?

A Financial District Dig Inn • Workers who have gone back into the office—and some who never left—stopped by to pick up their Friday lunch.

This Used to Be the “Ugliest House on Mt. Merino” • Jeff Hayenga and Michael Belanger’s long-simmering upstate project.

A Tasteful Renovation • At Gage & Tollner, meticulous preservation meets ( just enough) innovation.

BITES

Sydney’s Five

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

Rethinking the Restaurant Salad • It turns out they’re not all tossed off.

Saweetie Wants You to See Her Sweat • She’s not yet the rapper she aspires to be. At least she finally knows what it’ll take.

Reality TV But Make It Canine • Only one dog-centric show can be Best in Show.

Amateur Hour • A quarter-century after Pam and Tommy’s sex tape, there have been countless copycats—and nothing like it.

The Interpreter • Katie Kitamura’s hypnotic new novel asks, What happens when your main character is a passive witness to her own life?

His Secrets and His Success • Tyler, the Creator tangles with desires unfulfilled.

Choose Your Own Misadventure • The flashiest theater event since the shutdown is an interactive mixed bag.

Hell Is Other People • A hyperviolent series finally gives up on America.

To Do • Twenty-five things to see, hear, watch, and read. JULY 7–21

BARD SUMMERSCAPE • Bard College’s new-works summer festival returns July 8 to August 15.

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


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