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New York Magazine

July 4-17, 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.

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The Body Politic • The Abortion Stories We Didn’t Tell How decades of silence left us unprepared for the post-Roe fight.

The Group Portrait: Here Come the Lawyers • The fight over abortion has just begun.

191 MINUTES WITH … The Cobrasnake • Partying like it’s 2007 with the paparazzo of indie sleaze.

The Money Game: Bridget Read • The Woo-woo Agents of Real Estate Can unblocking your chakras get you a house? Maybe!

AWAITING THE ADAMS DOCTRINE • Six months into a highly energetic mayoralty, how has Eric Adams changed the city—if at all?

NATHAN FIELDER IS OUT OF HIS MIND (AND INSIDE YOURS) • The comedian is known for his often hilarious, sometimes mean, always uncomfortable stunts. In his new show, The Rehearsal, he’s staging his grandest experiment yet.

THE HOTTEST STREAMER (RIGHT NOW) • The top three spots get a shake-up in our annual power ranking.

NETFLIX TO ITS TECHIES: SHUT UP • Tech workers at Netflix thought the company would always value their feedback. How naïve.

MYHA’LA HERROLD KNOWS SHE’S GOOD • The Industry star is just as ambitious as her junior-banker character. The big difference? “I don’t act crazy.”

‘I DON’T KNOW HOW MY SHOW IS DOING’ • Streamers run on data, but that doesn’t mean they’re sharing it with showrunners.

THE WORKING-CLASS SITCOM STRIKES BACK • A new crop of absurd comedies turn their nose up at the fantasy of upward mobility.

IN CONVERSATION: LARRY WILMORE • He’s kept the golden age of Black TV comedy alive for three decades. He’ll make any network eat its words.

9 Best Bar Carts

The Best City POOLS • → TO FIND THE SPOTS on this list, we polled dozens of stylish and savvy New Yorkers—competitive swimmers, city bloggers, and Parks employees among them. For more obsessively sourced recommendations, including the best homeware stores, tilers, and exterminators, visit curbed.com.

A Manhattan Yacht Party • On a recent Saturday night, guests left Pier 40 for Pure on the Hudson, an annual all-white-outfit-themed dinner cruise and dance party.

Ask Mr. Mickey About His Apartment • For 30 years, Mickey Boardman has lived in this lower-Manhattan walk-up filled with many of his favorite things.

The Old-Timer • He became a chef at 13. Ten years later, Flynn McGarry is done being a prodigy.

Speakeasies? Again? • Surveying the newest disguised doors of New York.

Oontz Oontz, Baby • On Honestly, Nevermind, Drake came to catch flights, not feelings.

Chef ’s Kiss • The Bear is more than a workplace comedy. It’s a delicious, dizzying feast.

Boy Meets World • Marcel the Shell With Shoes On goes big to go home.

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

Night of the Living Rez

Solutions to Last Issue’s Puzzles

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: 92 Publisher: New York Media, LLC Edition: July 4-17, 2022

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  • Release date: July 4, 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.

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The Body Politic • The Abortion Stories We Didn’t Tell How decades of silence left us unprepared for the post-Roe fight.

The Group Portrait: Here Come the Lawyers • The fight over abortion has just begun.

191 MINUTES WITH … The Cobrasnake • Partying like it’s 2007 with the paparazzo of indie sleaze.

The Money Game: Bridget Read • The Woo-woo Agents of Real Estate Can unblocking your chakras get you a house? Maybe!

AWAITING THE ADAMS DOCTRINE • Six months into a highly energetic mayoralty, how has Eric Adams changed the city—if at all?

NATHAN FIELDER IS OUT OF HIS MIND (AND INSIDE YOURS) • The comedian is known for his often hilarious, sometimes mean, always uncomfortable stunts. In his new show, The Rehearsal, he’s staging his grandest experiment yet.

THE HOTTEST STREAMER (RIGHT NOW) • The top three spots get a shake-up in our annual power ranking.

NETFLIX TO ITS TECHIES: SHUT UP • Tech workers at Netflix thought the company would always value their feedback. How naïve.

MYHA’LA HERROLD KNOWS SHE’S GOOD • The Industry star is just as ambitious as her junior-banker character. The big difference? “I don’t act crazy.”

‘I DON’T KNOW HOW MY SHOW IS DOING’ • Streamers run on data, but that doesn’t mean they’re sharing it with showrunners.

THE WORKING-CLASS SITCOM STRIKES BACK • A new crop of absurd comedies turn their nose up at the fantasy of upward mobility.

IN CONVERSATION: LARRY WILMORE • He’s kept the golden age of Black TV comedy alive for three decades. He’ll make any network eat its words.

9 Best Bar Carts

The Best City POOLS • → TO FIND THE SPOTS on this list, we polled dozens of stylish and savvy New Yorkers—competitive swimmers, city bloggers, and Parks employees among them. For more obsessively sourced recommendations, including the best homeware stores, tilers, and exterminators, visit curbed.com.

A Manhattan Yacht Party • On a recent Saturday night, guests left Pier 40 for Pure on the Hudson, an annual all-white-outfit-themed dinner cruise and dance party.

Ask Mr. Mickey About His Apartment • For 30 years, Mickey Boardman has lived in this lower-Manhattan walk-up filled with many of his favorite things.

The Old-Timer • He became a chef at 13. Ten years later, Flynn McGarry is done being a prodigy.

Speakeasies? Again? • Surveying the newest disguised doors of New York.

Oontz Oontz, Baby • On Honestly, Nevermind, Drake came to catch flights, not feelings.

Chef ’s Kiss • The Bear is more than a workplace comedy. It’s a delicious, dizzying feast.

Boy Meets World • Marcel the Shell With Shoes On goes big to go home.

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

Night of the Living Rez

Solutions to Last Issue’s Puzzles

THE new york CROSSWORD

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


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