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New York Magazine

October 10-23, 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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Imagine This • WHAT HAPPENS WHEN KIDS UNLEASH THE FULL POWER OF THEIR IMAGINATIONS ON A MASSIVE PILE OF LEGO ® BRICKS

The Money Game: Kevin T. Dugan • Brace Yourselves The pain the Fed is inflicting around the world could hit Americans next.

The Group Portrait: The Backstage Spirits of ‘Phantom’ • The people behind 35 years’ music of the night.

123 MINUTES WITH … Joyce Szuflita • The school-admissions consultant who assuages the fears of Brooklyn’s most anxious parents.

Lives: Rachel Handler • ‘I Become an Idea. I Become a Memory.’ As David, 85, prepared to end his life, I called to say good-bye.

THE CONVALESCENCE CAMPAIGN • John Fetterman is trying to flip Pennsylvania’s open Senate seat while fending off a celebrity doctor and recovering from a stroke that almost killed him.

‘I Hope You Didn’t Have Your Doctor in Your Life Making Fun of You’ • John Fetterman was a recent guest of our new podcast, On With Kara Swisher.Below, an excerpt from the conversation.

How to Make a (Semi-) Fascist Party

After the fall of Kabul, a 36-year-old American named AJ Subat helped scores of strangers flee Afghanistan. Eight of them placed the fates of their new lives in his hands.

A Knot-Erasing Foam Roll • . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 TOP-TIER STORE OPENINGS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . THE LOOK BOOK GOES TO A HOTEL LIQUIDATION SALE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . EATING AT THE NEW EISENBERG’S . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

The Best CERAMIC CLASSES • TO FIND THE SPOTS on this list, we polled dozens of stylish and savvy New Yorkers—ceramicists, artists, and designers among them. For more obsessively sourced recommendations, including the best kitchen suppliers, optical shops, movers, and yoga studios, visit curbed.com.

Gramercy Park Hotel’s Liquidation Sale • Those nostalgic for the hotel’s glory days fought over Champagne buckets and beds at its monthlong “everything must go” sale.

At Home With His Father’s Loom • Artist and archivist Kore Yoors, the son of the bohemian artist Jan Yoors, grew up in Greenwich Village, where he tends to the family legacy.

Don’t Call It Eisenberg’s • The Flatiron luncheonette is now a new-old mash-up known as S&P.

Another Smith Street Revival • Brooklyn’s original restaurant row is back. Again.

Who Is the Tokyo Fixer? • And why does he have a new bar in Manhattan?

Danielle Brooks Holds Serve • The actor returns to Broadway in The Piano Lesson more self-assured than ever.

The Rise of Colleen Hoover, BookTok Queen • If you’ve scrolled through TikTok, you’ve probably seen the colorful cover of a Colleen Hoover romance. The author, 42, is often thanked on the app for the emotional damage she inflicts upon readers. Her 26th title, It Starts With Us, is out this month. Here, a guide to the author who has already outsold the Bible this year.

We’ve Been Thinking About Holograms All Wrong • Forget reanimating dead musicians. This technology is for living performers who can’t stand their bandmates.

Tegan and Sara Always Did It Together • HIGH SCHOOL is on Amazon Freevee October 14; CRYBABY is out October 21.

False Impression • Blonde casts Marilyn Monroe in a single role: victim.

The Moral of the Story • When stand-up feels like a PowerPoint presentation.

Psychedelic Meet-Cute • A new Kid Cudi album, launched in moving color.

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


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Frequency: Every other week Pages: 88 Publisher: New York Media, LLC Edition: October 10-23, 2022

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  • Release date: October 10, 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

Imagine This • WHAT HAPPENS WHEN KIDS UNLEASH THE FULL POWER OF THEIR IMAGINATIONS ON A MASSIVE PILE OF LEGO ® BRICKS

The Money Game: Kevin T. Dugan • Brace Yourselves The pain the Fed is inflicting around the world could hit Americans next.

The Group Portrait: The Backstage Spirits of ‘Phantom’ • The people behind 35 years’ music of the night.

123 MINUTES WITH … Joyce Szuflita • The school-admissions consultant who assuages the fears of Brooklyn’s most anxious parents.

Lives: Rachel Handler • ‘I Become an Idea. I Become a Memory.’ As David, 85, prepared to end his life, I called to say good-bye.

THE CONVALESCENCE CAMPAIGN • John Fetterman is trying to flip Pennsylvania’s open Senate seat while fending off a celebrity doctor and recovering from a stroke that almost killed him.

‘I Hope You Didn’t Have Your Doctor in Your Life Making Fun of You’ • John Fetterman was a recent guest of our new podcast, On With Kara Swisher.Below, an excerpt from the conversation.

How to Make a (Semi-) Fascist Party

After the fall of Kabul, a 36-year-old American named AJ Subat helped scores of strangers flee Afghanistan. Eight of them placed the fates of their new lives in his hands.

A Knot-Erasing Foam Roll • . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 TOP-TIER STORE OPENINGS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . THE LOOK BOOK GOES TO A HOTEL LIQUIDATION SALE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . EATING AT THE NEW EISENBERG’S . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

The Best CERAMIC CLASSES • TO FIND THE SPOTS on this list, we polled dozens of stylish and savvy New Yorkers—ceramicists, artists, and designers among them. For more obsessively sourced recommendations, including the best kitchen suppliers, optical shops, movers, and yoga studios, visit curbed.com.

Gramercy Park Hotel’s Liquidation Sale • Those nostalgic for the hotel’s glory days fought over Champagne buckets and beds at its monthlong “everything must go” sale.

At Home With His Father’s Loom • Artist and archivist Kore Yoors, the son of the bohemian artist Jan Yoors, grew up in Greenwich Village, where he tends to the family legacy.

Don’t Call It Eisenberg’s • The Flatiron luncheonette is now a new-old mash-up known as S&P.

Another Smith Street Revival • Brooklyn’s original restaurant row is back. Again.

Who Is the Tokyo Fixer? • And why does he have a new bar in Manhattan?

Danielle Brooks Holds Serve • The actor returns to Broadway in The Piano Lesson more self-assured than ever.

The Rise of Colleen Hoover, BookTok Queen • If you’ve scrolled through TikTok, you’ve probably seen the colorful cover of a Colleen Hoover romance. The author, 42, is often thanked on the app for the emotional damage she inflicts upon readers. Her 26th title, It Starts With Us, is out this month. Here, a guide to the author who has already outsold the Bible this year.

We’ve Been Thinking About Holograms All Wrong • Forget reanimating dead musicians. This technology is for living performers who can’t stand their bandmates.

Tegan and Sara Always Did It Together • HIGH SCHOOL is on Amazon Freevee October 14; CRYBABY is out October 21.

False Impression • Blonde casts Marilyn Monroe in a single role: victim.

The Moral of the Story • When stand-up feels like a PowerPoint presentation.

Psychedelic Meet-Cute • A new Kid Cudi album, launched in moving color.

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


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