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New York City

  1. reproductive rights
    New York Becomes the First City in the U.S. to Directly Fund AbortionsThe city has allocated $250,000 to help low-income women terminate their pregnancies.
  2. black lives matter
    NYPD Union Lawyers Claim Eric Garner Would’ve Died Anyway Because He Was ObeseDaniel Pantaleo’s defense team is essentially arguing that the 43-year-old black man killed himself.
  3. restaurant power rankings
    Grub Street’s Restaurant Power Rankings: Where to Eat Right NowIt’s our weekly ranking of the city’s most important restaurants.
  4. the grub street diet
    Author Taffy Brodesser-Akner Loves a Good Breakfast Salad“It makes me feel like a million bucks.”
  5. culture
    On the Trail of New York’s Nutcracker KingsHow a brain-numbing street cocktail became a multimillion-dollar uptown hustle.
  6. openings
    A Secret Downtown Star, This Chef Will Get a New Forum for His TalentEfrén Hernández quietly took over hot-spot-gone-cold Mimi, and now the team is expanding with Babs.
  7. working conditions
    Can Restaurants Be Fixed From the Inside?The industry is grappling with ideas to save its workforce.
  8. new york city
    Everything We Know About the Helicopter Crash in MidtownAround 1:45 p.m. on Monday, a helicopter crash-landed on top of a building on Seventh Avenue in midtown, killing the pilot.
  9. openings
    Find Sunny Vibes, Killer Lamb Ribs, and ‘Grandma Kitschiness’ at ApolloniaThe new Mediterranean restaurant from the Walter Foods crew opens in East Williamsburg.
  10. closings
    The Power Lunch Is Officially DeadThe Four Seasons will close for good, less than a year after reopening.
  11. x-men: dark phoenix
    The Summer’s Silliest Action Sequence Is the X-Men Trying to Cross the StreetIn one corner, a team of superpowered mutants. In the other, Central Park West. Who will triumph?
  12. the power grid
    Bill de Blasio Tries to Find Someone, Somewhere, Who Wants to Vote for HimThe Democratic primaries might be anyone’s game to lose, except for the New York mayor.
  13. reopenings
    Everything You Need to Know About the All-new PastisKeith McNally’s seminal bistro reopens this weekend — can it possibly recapture the magic of the original?
  14. the grub street diet
    Designer Sandy Liang Pairs Ramen With Rom-Coms“Keanu is so hot!”
  15. closings
    One of New York’s Best Mexican Spots Will CloseMiscelania’s last day of business is June 16.
  16. feuds
    The Inside Story of the Local Florist Feuding With the New Sofia Coppola MovieThe woman behind Soho’s “Movie shoots kill small business” sign tells her story.
  17. food agenda
    12 Excellent Things to Eat, Drink, and Do in New York City This JuneYour food agenda for the month.
  18. new york city
    Two Revolutionary Trans Activists Are Getting a Monument in NYCMarsha P. Johnson and Sylvia Rivera will be honored for their pioneering advocacy.
  19. books
    The Book Stand That Sells Only Signed Philip Roth NovelsThe late author signed hundreds and hundreds of them for his friend Enrico Adelman to sell.
  20. urban planning
    Why New York Can’t Have Nice ThingsIt costs three times more to build a subway station here than in London or Paris. What if we could change that?
  21. openings
    Thai Chicken Rice Gets the Star Treatment at GaiGai is the latest restaurant to specialize in the dish.
  22. grub guides
    10 Hidden Restaurants and Bars for Secret Sushi and Clandestine CocktailsBasement party spaces and restaurants in condos.
  23. the grub street diet
    Physicist Brian Greene Has Mushrooms on the Mind“It has a wonderful blending of flavors, the sweetness and sour, with a very delicately fried coating.”
  24. media
    Esquire’s Editor-in-Chief Jay Fielden Steps DownHe held the role for three years.
  25. infestations
    It’s the Rats’ City, We’re Just Living in ItIn cities across the country, rat sightings are on the rise.
  26. openings
    Vegetables Become Vehicles for Luxury at Le JardinierChef Alain Verzeroli steps out on his own after two decades’ work under the acclaimed Joël Robuchon.
  27. style
    Downtown’s Denim QueenJudi Rosen and her ass-flattering jeans have returned to Manhattan.
  28. one last hoorah
    The Vendys, New York’s Great Celebration of Street Food, Will End This Year“We kind of feel, honestly, that the Vendys have mostly accomplished, if you will, what we set out to do 15 years ago.”
  29. texting
    New York Might Fine People for Texting While Crossing, Bankrupting Us AllThere goes my bank account.
  30. the grub street diet
    Podcasting Star Phoebe Judge Eavesdrops at Dinner“I sat by myself and spent most of the time listening to a father try to get his two teenage daughters to have a good time.”
  31. gallery
    A Trove of ‘Lost’ New York City Crime Scene Photos, Unearthed After 82 YearsSeventy-three prints from legendary photographer Weegee were stashed in a kitchen cupboard and unseen until now.
  32. climate change
    Emissions From Trump’s NYC Properties Could Lead to Millions in FinesMayor Bill de Blasio held a rally at Trump Tower Monday to highlight greenhouse gas emissions from Trump Organization properties.
  33. closings
    Two of New York’s Most Ambitious Restaurants Have ClosedTeo and Günter Seeger NY are no more.
  34. the grub street diet
    Munchies’ Farideh Sadeghin Is a Regular at Her Local Slice Joint“I like to go in there and talk shit with Massimo, the owner.”
  35. openings
    Michaeli Bakery Is New York’s Brand-New Pastry DestinationA Breads Bakery alum offers Moroccan doughnuts, pizza bourekas, meringue cakes, and, yes, some very good babka.
  36. farewells
    Good-bye to the White Horse Tavern, a Flawlessly Imperfect PubThere may never be another bar quite like it.
  37. food agenda
    14 Excellent Things to Eat, Drink, and Do in New York City This MayYour food agenda for the month.
  38. openings
    A New Brooklyn Bar Is Dedicated to California WinesAt Coast and Valley, every Pinot noir and sauvignon blanc comes from the Golden State.
  39. the grub street diet
    Chef Gabriela Cámara Has Breakfast Strategies“I just think of having a bigger breakfast when I have more time: It’s tactical.”
  40. good tidings
    There’s Never Been a Better Time to Eat Vietnamese Food in New York — Here’s WhyThe past few years have seen the opening of a slew of distinctive and ambitious restaurants.
  41. openings
    The West Village Has a New Haven for Breakfast Sandwiches and Rotisserie ChickenThree Owls Market opens today.
  42. new york city
    The Tech Industry Is Remaking New York City — Even Without Amazon’s HQ2As tech occupies an ever-larger place in the economy, it will continue to affect the city’s physical shape — but perhaps in more heterodox ways.
  43. the grub street diet
    Reply All’s PJ Vogt Drinks a Lot of Diet Coke“I’m like the equivalent of a two-pack-a-day guy, but for aspartame.”
  44. grub guides
    These Are Boom Times for Bone-Sucking Ribs in New YorkBaby back, beef, lamb, you name it.
  45. reopenings
    The Cabin Was the Best Secret Bar of 2009 — Now It’s Back“Best thing about Cabin is you never talk about Cabin.”
  46. life in pixels
    New York City Could Destroy Uber (If It Wanted To)Uber’s S-1 filing reveals that the cities the company has run roughshod over have an awful lot of leverage over it.
  47. openings
    At the New Restaurant HaSalon, the Food Carries ‘the Energy of Happiness’Miznon chef Eyal Shani gets philosophical with his latest project.
  48. grub guides
    Where to Find Philly-Style Roast Pork Sandwiches in New YorkGet ready for tender meat, bitter broccoli rabe, sharp provolone, and ample use of pork drippings.
  49. controversies
    Controversy Erupts Over ‘Clean’ Chinese Restaurant Opening in New YorkLucky Lee’s is at the center of an online firestorm.
  50. beer
    How One Brooklyn Brewery Blew Up by Embracing Beer’s Dank, Juicy FutureFive years in, Other Half shows no signs of slowing down.
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