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August 12, 2013 | Features
Cory Booker Has 280,000 Constituents. And 1.4 Million Followers.

On the campaign trail with the mayor of the Internet, now New Jersey’s senator-in-waiting.

July 22, 2013 | Feature
The Zaha Moment

The architect will finally get to land one of her spaceships in New York. An exclusive first look.

May 27, 2013 | Feature
Sun Rooms

The architect who invented the Pines lives on in Fire Island’s new Pavilion.

April 1, 2013 | Intelligencer
Jim McGreevey Needs Your Approval

The former New Jersey governor has rededicated himself to Christ—and to people-pleasing.

February 11, 2013 | Feature
Are We Still Living in 1993?

A New Museum show makes the argument that the innocuous-seeming, which-year-was-that-again? year, may, in fact, have changed absolutely everything.

December 17, 2012 |
62. Because Andrew Sullivan Is Learning to Love It Here.

"There is general grotesque rudeness but specific prolific kindness in this metropolis."

December 17, 2012 |
39. Because Paula Cooper Never Rests.

She was the first gallerist in Soho, way back in 1968, and then a pioneer in Chelsea.

December 10, 2012 | Features
Chris Hughes Is About to Turn 100

His magazine is, anyway. The New Republic was in danger of going out of business before it reached its centennial. But then the most accidental of the Facebook millionaires swooped in to save it—and relaunch himself.

November 12, 2012 | Features
Spoiled Goods

At a deli that never closed, New Yorkers who wouldn’t change.

September 17, 2012 | Features
How Do You Say “Early Admission” in Mandarin?

Charter-school entrepreneur Chris Whittle is finally chasing the real money in education—delivering New York’s new international elite to the country’s most selective colleges.

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