More than two years and 141 entries since we began asking New Yorkers to record their sex lives, a sense of the city’s libido has begun to
emerge. Is it a pretty picture? Edited by Arianne Cohen; essay by Wesley Yang
On the Cover: Photographs by Joshua Allen for New York Magazine.
About New York’s governorship, as about so much in his recent political career, Rudy Giuliani can’t fully, wholeheartedly make up his mind.
How the late-night talk-show host handled his extortion crisis says a lot about the peculiar mix of function and dysfunction that got him in, and (for now) out, of the mess.
Bernard Kerik used to run the city jails and then the whole NYPD, but last week, he went to jail himself.
Bill Thompson’s (relatively) gentlemanly approach to his against-the-odds campaign is its own strategy.
Parents need to grow up.
“Hit me, baby, one more time.”
Our roundup of news from around the city.
Cabbing out to JFK to pick up three Maasai warriors.
It’s just Katie Lee now.
Brian Mahanna, 28, is a policy adviser to the mayor’s reelection campaign.
Professional Halloween makeup, handy tables for holiday parties, and more.
Can Steve Hanson seize the burger-king throne?
The fall Greenmarket teems with cabbage of all sorts.
Week of November 2, 2009: Le Caprice and Tipsy Parson.
A Danish delight goes undercover at a Brooklyn saloon.
The bargain hunter’s handbook.
Those tax breaks that kept condo fees low? They’re expiring—and buyers are noticing.
Ricky Gervais adds the New York Comedy Festival to his empire of funny.
Europe’s grande dame of cinema finds her American niche.
Sienna Miller and Jonny Lee Miller heat up the icy After Miss Julie. Plus: The Memphis blues.
Kate Baldwin on the improbable return of Finian’s Rainbow.
Lars von Trier’s highbrow horror show. Plus: The awkward joys of Gentlemen Broncos.
ESPN.com’s “The Sports Guy” has a new tome, The Book of Basketball.
How a few Chinese students from the freshman class of ’78 changed composition.
Or a persuasive nineteenth-century fake?
The intricate daring of Karole Armitage
La Grenouille’s “Ardoise” lunch is now offered Tuesday through Friday.
Readers sound off on circumcision, Mayor Bloomberg, and more.
Our deliberately oversimplified guide to who falls where on our taste hierarchies.
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