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New York Magazine

August 29-September 11, 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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Justice: Ankush Khardori The Never-ending Case Against Trump • What happens to the rule of law in purgatory?

The Group Portrait: Among the Van Lifers • A makeshift neighborhood grows in Brooklyn.

Chuck Schumer • Once maligned as ineffective, the Senate majority leader has amassed a powerful legislative record.

Second Acts: Monica Corcoran Harel • My Mom Has No Friends The loneliness of growing older made bearable with playdates.

Milk Money • The national baby-formula shortage that wreaked havoc for parents created an opening in a $4 billion market.

JUST MEGAN • After a season of loss, pain, and personal evolution, Megan Thee Stallion is no longer hiding behind alter egos.

HOW TO PRESIDENT • A near-miraculous legislative breakthrough has revived this administration—along with a question, stretching to the earliest days of their partnership, about whetherJoe Biden or Barack Obama understands the powers of the White House best.

It Clips Like No Other

The Best MOVERS • → TO FIND THE movers on this list, we polled dozens of savvy New Yorkers—small-business owners, writers, and designers among them. For more obsessively sourced recommendations, including the best mold experts, tilers, and exterminators, visit curbed.com.

A Roller Disco • On a recent Sunday evening, professional and fledgling skaters came out for DiscOasis, Central Park’s Nile Rodgers–programmed summer roller rink.

So Many Openings • For the first fall since 2019, there is an abundance of new places to eat and drink on the horizon as chefs are finally able to put some long-gestating pre-pandemic plans into action, revive once-closed favorites, or simply launch new projects entirely. Here’s what you need to know about the busiest opening season in years.

Television • Americans Behaving BadlyThe White Lotus brings a new cast of characters who can’t stand one another to Sicily.

The Rings of Power • ON SEPTEMBER 2, Amazon will premiere the first season of The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power— an eight-episode, half-billion-dollar endeavor based on J.R.R. Tolkien’s fantasy epic. But if you’ve already watched all three LOTR and all three The Hobbit movies, you might be wondering: Is there anything left to explore? Basically, yes.

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Movies • Danielle Deadwyler Put Her Whole Body in It Playing Mamie Till-Mobley took over her life. But the actress never does anything halfway.

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Theater • Yahya Abdul-Mateen II Gets a Life (on Broadway)The actor didn’t know what to do next. Then Topdog/Underdog came along.

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Music • GloRilla’s Fast and Furious New WorldAll it took was one song for the Memphis rapper to blow up.

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Books • When Words FailIn Gwendoline Riley’s novels, conversation just makes people feel more alone.

MOST ANTICIPATED

Art • Worlds ApartTake a spin through another dimension without leaving New York’s galleries.

PODCASTS

CLASSICAL MUSIC

THE new york CROSSWORD

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

New Chapters

This Messy Moment • Living inside a museum of yourself.

My Closet Was Holding Me Back • I purged half my clothes. First, I panicked. Then an unlikely guru appeared.

Pouty and Clouty • Nobody’s jaded and everybody thinks they’ll make it big on the Dimes Square reality show The Come Up.

Sheryl Lee Ralph Never (But Almost) Gave Up...


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Frequency: Every other week Pages: 202 Publisher: New York Media, LLC Edition: August 29-September 11, 2022

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  • Release date: August 29, 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.

Comments

Justice: Ankush Khardori The Never-ending Case Against Trump • What happens to the rule of law in purgatory?

The Group Portrait: Among the Van Lifers • A makeshift neighborhood grows in Brooklyn.

Chuck Schumer • Once maligned as ineffective, the Senate majority leader has amassed a powerful legislative record.

Second Acts: Monica Corcoran Harel • My Mom Has No Friends The loneliness of growing older made bearable with playdates.

Milk Money • The national baby-formula shortage that wreaked havoc for parents created an opening in a $4 billion market.

JUST MEGAN • After a season of loss, pain, and personal evolution, Megan Thee Stallion is no longer hiding behind alter egos.

HOW TO PRESIDENT • A near-miraculous legislative breakthrough has revived this administration—along with a question, stretching to the earliest days of their partnership, about whetherJoe Biden or Barack Obama understands the powers of the White House best.

It Clips Like No Other

The Best MOVERS • → TO FIND THE movers on this list, we polled dozens of savvy New Yorkers—small-business owners, writers, and designers among them. For more obsessively sourced recommendations, including the best mold experts, tilers, and exterminators, visit curbed.com.

A Roller Disco • On a recent Sunday evening, professional and fledgling skaters came out for DiscOasis, Central Park’s Nile Rodgers–programmed summer roller rink.

So Many Openings • For the first fall since 2019, there is an abundance of new places to eat and drink on the horizon as chefs are finally able to put some long-gestating pre-pandemic plans into action, revive once-closed favorites, or simply launch new projects entirely. Here’s what you need to know about the busiest opening season in years.

Television • Americans Behaving BadlyThe White Lotus brings a new cast of characters who can’t stand one another to Sicily.

The Rings of Power • ON SEPTEMBER 2, Amazon will premiere the first season of The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power— an eight-episode, half-billion-dollar endeavor based on J.R.R. Tolkien’s fantasy epic. But if you’ve already watched all three LOTR and all three The Hobbit movies, you might be wondering: Is there anything left to explore? Basically, yes.

MOST ANTICIPATED

Movies • Danielle Deadwyler Put Her Whole Body in It Playing Mamie Till-Mobley took over her life. But the actress never does anything halfway.

MOST ANTICIPATED

Theater • Yahya Abdul-Mateen II Gets a Life (on Broadway)The actor didn’t know what to do next. Then Topdog/Underdog came along.

MOST ANTICIPATED

Music • GloRilla’s Fast and Furious New WorldAll it took was one song for the Memphis rapper to blow up.

MOST ANTICIPATED

Books • When Words FailIn Gwendoline Riley’s novels, conversation just makes people feel more alone.

MOST ANTICIPATED

Art • Worlds ApartTake a spin through another dimension without leaving New York’s galleries.

PODCASTS

CLASSICAL MUSIC

THE new york CROSSWORD

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

New Chapters

This Messy Moment • Living inside a museum of yourself.

My Closet Was Holding Me Back • I purged half my clothes. First, I panicked. Then an unlikely guru appeared.

Pouty and Clouty • Nobody’s jaded and everybody thinks they’ll make it big on the Dimes Square reality show The Come Up.

Sheryl Lee Ralph Never (But Almost) Gave Up...


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