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New York Magazine

January 31-February 13, 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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Tomorrow : David Wallace-Wells COVID Is a Vibe • After Omicron, the pandemic will be what we make of it.

The Group Portrait: Brooklyn’s Trans Hype House • My chaotic, queer, accidental family.

Wendy MacNaughton • The illustrator teaching kids (and their parents) how to see.

Justice : Irin Carmon The Lonely Liberal Minority • What can Stephen Breyer’s successor accomplish?

AFFTER TRAYYVON

THE GRIEF NEVER ENDS • Sybrina Fulton, who lost her son Trayvon Martin ten years ago this month, found her painful place in American history.

The Fear of the Hoodie

THE BEGINNING

The Day I Quit Believing

The Religion of Protest

WHAT HAPPENED TO THE WITNESSES • Filming police killings can have long-lasting consequences. Four who did tell their stories.

WHITE BACKLASH

The Rise and Rupture of Campaign Zero

Black Athletes and the Value of a Body

The Misguided Empathy of ‘Open Casket’

The Battle Wounds of Protest

The Performance of Black Death

The Return of the Mass Protest

UPRISING

The Lure of White Martyrdom

The Failure of Police Reform

The Cry to Be Included

The BLM Mystery: Where Did the Money Go?

The Freedom Fighters of Florida

Standing Your Ground While Black

The Countless Lost Friendships

In Case of Crises

Products for the Budding Prepper • There is a lot of stuff out there for the particularly paranoid among us (flares, ammunition, gold and silver if currency becomes worthless), but here the focus is on the slightly less theoretical emergencies, including flooding, power outages, and water shutoffs.

Senior City • The housing stock for New York’s elderly is suddenly far less bleak.

A Union Square Ski-Bus Pickup • On a recent freezing Friday, winter-sports enthusiasts lined up to take the OvRride bus to Mountain Creek and Hunter Mountain for the day.

Pop-up Gone Permanent • Ridgewood’s Porcelain is a neighborhood restaurant with destination-worthy “vaguely Asian” food.

Little Cans, Big Plans • A restaurant group spawns its own line of tinned fish.

BITES

The Girl Makes a Show • Quinta Brunson got famous through her memes. Now she has created the most charming show of the winter.

Another Wave • For feminist writer Kate Millett, sculpture was a proving ground.

Good-bye to a Local Legend • Pour one out for Brooklyn’s rowdiest theater.

Speed-Dating Eugene O’Neill • A drastically cut Long Day’s Journey Into Night with Elizabeth Marvel and Bill Camp.

The New Old Crowd • Which rich lady will prevail? And furthermore, who cares?

Shock of the Real • A fairy tale unfolds in the metaverse.

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

SO YOU ALREADY MISS ‘YELLOWJACKETS’? • Here, what to watch next.

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: January 31-February 13, 2022

OverDrive Magazine

  • Release date: January 31, 2022

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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

Tomorrow : David Wallace-Wells COVID Is a Vibe • After Omicron, the pandemic will be what we make of it.

The Group Portrait: Brooklyn’s Trans Hype House • My chaotic, queer, accidental family.

Wendy MacNaughton • The illustrator teaching kids (and their parents) how to see.

Justice : Irin Carmon The Lonely Liberal Minority • What can Stephen Breyer’s successor accomplish?

AFFTER TRAYYVON

THE GRIEF NEVER ENDS • Sybrina Fulton, who lost her son Trayvon Martin ten years ago this month, found her painful place in American history.

The Fear of the Hoodie

THE BEGINNING

The Day I Quit Believing

The Religion of Protest

WHAT HAPPENED TO THE WITNESSES • Filming police killings can have long-lasting consequences. Four who did tell their stories.

WHITE BACKLASH

The Rise and Rupture of Campaign Zero

Black Athletes and the Value of a Body

The Misguided Empathy of ‘Open Casket’

The Battle Wounds of Protest

The Performance of Black Death

The Return of the Mass Protest

UPRISING

The Lure of White Martyrdom

The Failure of Police Reform

The Cry to Be Included

The BLM Mystery: Where Did the Money Go?

The Freedom Fighters of Florida

Standing Your Ground While Black

The Countless Lost Friendships

In Case of Crises

Products for the Budding Prepper • There is a lot of stuff out there for the particularly paranoid among us (flares, ammunition, gold and silver if currency becomes worthless), but here the focus is on the slightly less theoretical emergencies, including flooding, power outages, and water shutoffs.

Senior City • The housing stock for New York’s elderly is suddenly far less bleak.

A Union Square Ski-Bus Pickup • On a recent freezing Friday, winter-sports enthusiasts lined up to take the OvRride bus to Mountain Creek and Hunter Mountain for the day.

Pop-up Gone Permanent • Ridgewood’s Porcelain is a neighborhood restaurant with destination-worthy “vaguely Asian” food.

Little Cans, Big Plans • A restaurant group spawns its own line of tinned fish.

BITES

The Girl Makes a Show • Quinta Brunson got famous through her memes. Now she has created the most charming show of the winter.

Another Wave • For feminist writer Kate Millett, sculpture was a proving ground.

Good-bye to a Local Legend • Pour one out for Brooklyn’s rowdiest theater.

Speed-Dating Eugene O’Neill • A drastically cut Long Day’s Journey Into Night with Elizabeth Marvel and Bill Camp.

The New Old Crowd • Which rich lady will prevail? And furthermore, who cares?

Shock of the Real • A fairy tale unfolds in the metaverse.

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

SO YOU ALREADY MISS ‘YELLOWJACKETS’? • Here, what to watch next.

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


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