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New York Magazine

October 25-November 7, 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 Money Game : Michelle Celarier • The Crypto Concerned Why the ‘Big Short’ guys think bitcoin is a bubble.

The Group Portrait: Bronx Science Holds the Floor • The high-school debate team’s varsity captains are helping defend its No. 1 title.

30 MINUTES WITH … Lina Khan • The FTC’s very young new boss thinks corporations are abusing their power. To fight them, she’s consolidating some clout of her own.

Tomorrow : Bridget Read • Weathering the Weather Mental-health professionals are trying to figure out how to talk about the climate.

Katie Couric Is Not for Everyone Many years after her long career as America’s beloved morning-news anchor, she has decided to write a wild, unflinching memoir focused on the messy parts. Why?

IT’S HIS TOWN NOW • As he coasts to general-election victory, the post-technocrat, post-progressive Eric Adams mayoralty has already begun.

The Soft Sell • The healthcare brand Hims wants to leverage young men’s anxiety over erections and hair loss into a multibilliondollar empire. It’s been harder than expected.

STRATEGIST The Instant Noodlescape

Ginger-Infused, Lemongrass-Laced, and Savory, Saucy Noodles

A South Slope Open House • Seventy-plus interested buyers came to check out the $1.7 million three-bedroom, three-bath duplex.

Down Home and Meat Free • Cadence channels the spirit of soul food using only plants (and Beyond Meat).

BITES

St. Jardim • 183 W. 10th St., at W. 4th St.

Dividing the Burrito • The owners of a new Brooklyn restaurant experiment with an innovative way to pay all employees fairly.

Semma • 60 Greenwich Ave., nr. Perry St.; 212-373-8900

The One-Bedroom Museum • Thomas Lollar—ceramicist, teacher, and, most of all, collector— can always find space for something else in his home.

Life After Nirvana • Dave Grohl is being inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame for a second time. He’s got a lot to reflect on.

Footnotes:

The Huge Hidden Costs of Holding a Movie

The Real Star of Dune • Rebecca Ferguson plays the intimidating Lady Jessica in the sci-fi epic. She’s much friendlier in person.

Matt Berry Has a Type • The actor is known for playing ridiculous characters with a straight face—the stupider the better.

Let Matt Berry Be… • The actor would spruce up all sorts of film and TV stories, big and small.

A Date With the Grave • It’s an open secret in Hollywood: No one does a funeral scene like the movie grave of Mountain View Cemetery.

Singles Going Steady • Pop-punk is making its return—including on Young Thug’s latest.

The Life Aesthetic • Wes Anderson embraces his print fetish in The French Dispatch.

Searching for Cred in ‘Asian America’ • Jay Caspian Kang tries and fails to restore meaning to an empty term.

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

The Sentence

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


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Frequency: Every other week Pages: 108 Publisher: New York Media, LLC Edition: October 25-November 7, 2021

OverDrive Magazine

  • Release date: October 25, 2021

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OverDrive Magazine

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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

The Money Game : Michelle Celarier • The Crypto Concerned Why the ‘Big Short’ guys think bitcoin is a bubble.

The Group Portrait: Bronx Science Holds the Floor • The high-school debate team’s varsity captains are helping defend its No. 1 title.

30 MINUTES WITH … Lina Khan • The FTC’s very young new boss thinks corporations are abusing their power. To fight them, she’s consolidating some clout of her own.

Tomorrow : Bridget Read • Weathering the Weather Mental-health professionals are trying to figure out how to talk about the climate.

Katie Couric Is Not for Everyone Many years after her long career as America’s beloved morning-news anchor, she has decided to write a wild, unflinching memoir focused on the messy parts. Why?

IT’S HIS TOWN NOW • As he coasts to general-election victory, the post-technocrat, post-progressive Eric Adams mayoralty has already begun.

The Soft Sell • The healthcare brand Hims wants to leverage young men’s anxiety over erections and hair loss into a multibilliondollar empire. It’s been harder than expected.

STRATEGIST The Instant Noodlescape

Ginger-Infused, Lemongrass-Laced, and Savory, Saucy Noodles

A South Slope Open House • Seventy-plus interested buyers came to check out the $1.7 million three-bedroom, three-bath duplex.

Down Home and Meat Free • Cadence channels the spirit of soul food using only plants (and Beyond Meat).

BITES

St. Jardim • 183 W. 10th St., at W. 4th St.

Dividing the Burrito • The owners of a new Brooklyn restaurant experiment with an innovative way to pay all employees fairly.

Semma • 60 Greenwich Ave., nr. Perry St.; 212-373-8900

The One-Bedroom Museum • Thomas Lollar—ceramicist, teacher, and, most of all, collector— can always find space for something else in his home.

Life After Nirvana • Dave Grohl is being inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame for a second time. He’s got a lot to reflect on.

Footnotes:

The Huge Hidden Costs of Holding a Movie

The Real Star of Dune • Rebecca Ferguson plays the intimidating Lady Jessica in the sci-fi epic. She’s much friendlier in person.

Matt Berry Has a Type • The actor is known for playing ridiculous characters with a straight face—the stupider the better.

Let Matt Berry Be… • The actor would spruce up all sorts of film and TV stories, big and small.

A Date With the Grave • It’s an open secret in Hollywood: No one does a funeral scene like the movie grave of Mountain View Cemetery.

Singles Going Steady • Pop-punk is making its return—including on Young Thug’s latest.

The Life Aesthetic • Wes Anderson embraces his print fetish in The French Dispatch.

Searching for Cred in ‘Asian America’ • Jay Caspian Kang tries and fails to restore meaning to an empty term.

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

The Sentence

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


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