February 10, 2014 Issue
Midtown golf, clandestine Korean chicken,
birthday photo-bombing: three reasons the new Tonight Show host is happy staying in New York. By Jada Yuan
On the Cover: Jimmy Fallon. Photograph by Martin Schoeller for New York Magazine.
Download the iPad edition to watch Jimmy Fallon’s late-night antics with Bruce Springsteen and Tom Cruise, hear a selection of songs from the late folk singer Pete Seeger, see artwork from Wade Guyton's current exhibition, and more.
Young blogger Ezra Klein, who brought the digital revolution to the Washington Post, now wants to bring a news revolution to digital media. By Benjamin Wallace
SNL’s mastermind now oversees not only Fallon’s franchise but Seth Meyers’s Late Night too. What does it take to own the night, and how has comedy changed since he started? By Lane Brown
The view from Inwood, Bed-Stuy, and East Harlem. By Justin Davidson
Tech start-up Hampton Creek takes on the lowly egg.
Here, a look back at our scrolling, sharing, “liking,” commenting, and “poking.”
“De Blasio’s dad humor has definitely surged since he won the election.”
Lounging at home with soul’s recovering leading lady.
Our roundup of news from around the city.
A Garden Genie, Charm & Chain opens first showroom, and more new stuff in stores.
“My parents are big collectors. I grew up with a Looney Tunes kitchen and our laundry room was entirely covered in Kiss memorabilia.”
Rooftop mai tais, custom denim shops, and jalapeño doughnuts.
The Battersby chefs expand their horizons with Dover.
Try savoy cabbage in El Quinto Pinto chef Alex Raij's simple recipe for trinxat.
Braised-meats specialty shop Untamed Sandwiches opens next week in Midtown.
Ladurée Soho combines retail bakery, tea room, and full-service restaurant.
Japanese-style bakery Matsunosuke opens in West Village.
New York’s original style of pie isn’t as rare as you thought.
If you can’t stomach being outbid on yet another crummy railroad apartment, it might be time to consider heading farther afield.
He should enjoy it while it lasts.
The Beatles arrival in New York, as seen by Life’s Bill Eppridge.
Keri Russell spies for Russia and does mom duty on The Americans.
The stiff, stuffy The Monuments Men.
There was no ‘I’ in Pete Seeger.
Wade Guyton’s newest non-painting paintings.
25 things to see, hear, watch, and read.
Readers sound off on Fox News, selfies, and more.
Our deliberately oversimplified guide to who falls where on our taste hierarchies.
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