A peek into homes that sometimes
double as studios, each embracing the spirit of a new design movement that replaces orthodoxy with flexibility: Richard Christiansen’s apartment in the
Bowery Hotel; the stripped-down, improvisational Soho space of Nicola Vassell; the monotone, but not monotonous, midtown pad of Jason Wu; the playful Bushwick home office of the young founders of Design Glut, and more.
On the Cover: Photograph by Andrew Eccles for New York Magazine. Prop styling by Jared Lawton. Hair by Creighton/Exclusive Artists using TRESemme; Makeup by Deborah Altizio/Exclusive Artists using Makeup Forever. Casting by Establishment.
The mayor, having used his billions to bully Anthony Weiner out of the race, is still pounding him. Which says something about the mayor, and about the resilience of Weiner’s ambition.
Thirty years ago, the 6-year-old boy disappeared from a Soho street. His father is now convinced he knows who killed Etan. But will the Patzes ever get a chance to learn the whole truth?
How four unassuming guys from NYU became everybody’s favorite New York band.
What 100 New Yorkers think about our leading contemporary causes of freaking the hell out.
The Bloomberg L.P. discrimination suit returns to bedevil the mayor. Will it affect his reelection?
The Yankees’ unrealistic self-image.
Our roundup of news from around the city.
Running the marriage numbers in Albany.
He ran the Senate operation that got the Democrats just one GOP turncoat away from being filibusterproof. But who’s counting?
“I have the shit touch,” Michel Gondry says. “When I touch a song, it plummets.”
New York State now has 50 confirmed cases of swine flu and counting.
Jean Shepherd and his band Navegante have taken up unofficial residency at an East Harlem public house.
Sure, Cheney and friends could be prosecuted for torture-related offenses. But could they be convicted?
Spring outerwear, the city's first moped garage, and more.
“I’ve been taking vocal lessons to get more into pop.”
The quality of the cooking at Harbour is eternally appealing.
“Young” spinach has arrived at Yuno’s farm stand at the Greenmarket.
Week of May 11, 2009: Table 8, Watty & Meg, Sintir Restaurant, Cafe & Lounge, and Anella.
Eric Bogosian channels his creative crises into a new novel.
J.J. Abrams restarts Star Trek, with mostly thrilling results.
He is a Hollywood brat who grew up following his father around movie back lots.
Fearless Kate Gilmore turns accidental chaos into seriously fun art.
Reviews of late-season awards bait.
Ethan Coen takes to the stage.
The case for a Best-Ensemble Tony.
We pick the contenders and the winners.
Danai Gurira's Broadway acting debut is really just gravy.
Chris Cannon describes his seafood restaurant, Marea, as a cross between Milos and Balthazar.
Readers sound off on Andrew Cuomo, Andrew W.K., and more.
Our deliberately oversimplified guide to who falls where on our taste hierarchies.
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