Andrew Cuomo grew up in the shadow of his distant, cerebral father,
and became his enforcer to get close to him. Now poised to become the second Governor Cuomo, he hopes he’s finally perfected the balance
between Mario’s intellectualism and his own aggression. By Steve Fishman
On the Cover: Mario and Andrew Cuomo. Photo-illustration by Josue Evilla for New York Magazine.
Inside the bubble with the 16-year-old sensation, as the fans start closing in.
A year after the devastating storm.
Generation YouTube at war.
A field guide to what the Feds are hunting.
Why is a boy a more compelling killer than his mother?
The making of a Nazi film.
Our roundup of news from around the city.
The novelist and Wall Street insider at the Regency for breakfast.
With a bold position on Afghanistan, John Kerry could rightly claim Ted Kennedy’s mantle.
A Plexiglas cactus chair, a new denim store in Greenpoint, and more.
"People will comment when I’m walking down the street, 'You look like an idiot.'”
Wherein the owner eats, sleeps, throws dinner parties, and manufactures bespoke wallpaper.
A pair of veteran chefs succeed with wildly different versions of down-home cooking.
It is hard to rival zucchini’s midsummer dominance.
Against all odds, a small army of neighborhood bookshops has arrived.
Rosanne Cash followed her father to New York—and stuck around.
My favorite paintings in New York, in no particular order.
How do you renovate the United Nations? Diplomatically.
Scott Pilgrim vs. the World is the coolest movie ever … at least for the first half-hour.
Beach Boy Brian Wilson takes on his musical hero, George Gershwin.
The chef, who cooked for Obama last week, is throwing a party!
Readers sound off on James Franco, Charlie Rangel, and more.
Our deliberately oversimplified guide to who falls where on our taste hierarchies.
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