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  1. NYC Stories: Bill Hader and Henry Winkler Have Ridiculous Memories of NYCBill Hader and Henry Winkler, stars of HBO hit Barry, have each experienced love and hate in New York City—but not in the ways you’d imagine.
  2. Mike Birbiglia Announces Off-Broadway Show ‘The New One’ Mike Birbiglia’s The New One standup tour is turning into a new Off-Broadway show. According to Vulture, Birbiglia’s latest one-man show […]
  3. Revisiting Andy Warhol’s The Chelsea Girls in a New BookThe book includes never-before-seen dialogue and archival materials from the experimental film.
  4. NYC Stories: José Andrés Is the Perfect New YorkerJosé Andrés is a lot of things — celebrity chef, vocal immigrant advocate, Twitter beast — and we can now add “best New Yorker” to the mix.
  5. NYC Stories: Giovanni Ribisi Falls in With a Ferrari Gang from Long IslandSneaky Pete’s Giovanni Ribisi recounts a night out in NYC that turns into an action movie — complete with Long Island dudes, Ferraris, and a death.
  6. NYC Stories: Laura Gómez’s NYC Blackout Experience Was Actually HeartwarmingThe Orange Is the New Black actress holds fond memories of the night it happened.
  7. gallery
    ‘Carry That Weight’ Artist Emma Sulkowicz Has a New Art ShowSee Emma Sulkowicz’s artwork in a Brooklyn greenhouse.
  8. gallery
    An Artist Reimagines a Travel Guide for Black AmericansA new show at the Museum of Arts and Design.
  9. bad ideas
    Please, Do Not Make ‘Snow Cream’ Out of New York City SnowIt cannot be good for you.
  10. transgender issues
    When a Trans Woman Defends Herself and the Video Goes ViralTwenty months after Merci Chrisette’s “Subway Slasher” video became a sensation, she’s facing up to five years in prison.
  11. Conan O’Brien Gets a Crash Course in Serving Soul Food at Sylvia’s […]Here’s a clip from last night’s Conan, where O’Brien heads to Sylvia’s Restaurant in Harlem to learn the ins-and-outs of soul food and try his […]
  12. Time Capsule That Looked Like an Old Missile Causes Midtown Bomb ScareIt was apparently buried by the owner of the old Danceteria nightclub in the 1980s.
  13. NYC’s New Ferry Network Is Launching in MayThe boats don’t yet have names, so the city’s second-graders are tasked with picking them.
  14. NYC Taxi Cab Medallions Are Getting Pretty CheapThey are now going for less than $250,000, compared to more than $1 million just a few years ago.
  15. ‘I Can’t Follow Greer Barnes’ Comedian Greer Barnes is not a household name, but the folks in the industry who often praise him are people you’ve definitely heard […]
  16. life goals
    Debbie Harry’s Getting Her Own Capsule CollectionWho doesn’t want to dress like Debbie Harry?
  17. bad ideas
    A Guy Fieri Pub Crawl Will Soon Threaten New York’s StreetsWhy?
  18. Scientists Are Tracking New York Noisiness in Order to Quiet It DownThe researchers hope their work will help pinpoint louder spots and track whether noise ordinances actually work.
  19. Conan O’Brien Kicks Off His Week of NYC Shows by Making Some Friends in […]Conan O’Brien’s week of shows in New York City kicked off on TBS last night, and before he did his first show at the Apollo, O’Brien decided to […]
  20. normal NYC stuff
    Leonardo DiCaprio Gave This Couple the Ultimate NYC ExperienceAsk a New Yorker for directions, and ye shall receive. Usually.
  21. Behold, Brontë-Heads: You Can Now See the Jane Eyre Manuscript in the FleshThe moment you’ve been waiting your whole life for.
  22. 2016 Brooklyn Comedy Festival to Feature Reggie Watts, Vanessa Bayer, […]The Brooklyn Comedy Festival has just announced its lineup for 2016, with the fest slated to run from August 22-28th at various venues across […]
  23. 5 new things
    5 Drugstore Beauty Deals to Buy in JuneIncluding a Kylie Lipkit dupe.
  24. transgender rights
    New York City Launches Ad Campaign for Transgender Bathroom RightsSigns on streets and in subways will encourage New Yorkers to “Look Past Pink and Blue.”
  25. Wi-Fi Kiosks Are Poised to Remake the City’s SidewalksBig, ugly, and incredibly useful, the new LinkNYC internet stations will soon blanket our streets. 
  26. Inside This Weekend’s Huge ‘Women in Comedy’ Photo Shoot “All right, everyone. Lean in!” This past Saturday, in Brooklyn, over 200 women gathered together at Littlefield for a photo opportunity […]
  27. 7 Things We Learned From the FEC Data MapLots of Bernie supporters, but way less money going to him from New York than you might think.
  28. The Dark Side of Storytelling Over the past few years, storytelling has become one of the fastest growing forms of comedy in the country in no small part because of the […]
  29. real estate
    Why Chinese Rich Are Cooling on NYC Real EstateChanges in China and the U.S. mean the city’s high-end real estate is starting to cool off.  
  30. somebody's gotta go
    Why You Can’t Go Here: NYC’s Perpetual Public-Toilet ProblemA decade ago, Bloomberg tried to fix the problem. Today, there are a bunch of restroom kiosks sitting in a warehouse in Queens.
  31. Mike Birbiglia’s ‘Thank God For Jokes’ Is a Deceptively Loose Meditation […] Mike Birbiglia’s latest one-man show Thank God For Jokes, which yesterday began a six-week run the Lynn Redgrave Theater, is about faith. The […]
  32. Max Silvestri Settles into LA and His Lifelong Calling of Mocking Chefs Max Silvestri hosted one of Brooklyn’s most popular comedy shows, Big Terrific, for nearly seven years alongside fellow comedians Gabe […]
  33. Do You Have to Move to New York or LA to Make It in Comedy? As a former comedy agent at UTA and WME, Priyanka represented numerous big-name writers and performers before leaving to start a TV […]
  34. poems
    NYC Announces City’s Most-Popular Baby Names: A PoemIsabella, Olivia, Mia, and Emma: none of them my name, what a dilemma.
  35. start spreading the news
    Once Again, Katie Holmes Is a Real New YorkerFughetaboutit!
  36. Midtown Thief Gets Bank Robbery Right on Second TryIf at first you do not succeed in committing a felony, try again. 
  37. boob tube
    Taxi TV May Finally Go DarkYou may soon be able to ride in a cab without being force-fed Jimmy Kimmel clips.
  38. bye summer
    This Summer Was the Safest New York Has Seen in Decades, NYPD Says… But the homicide rate is still up 6 percent. 
  39. Woman Walking Cat on a Leash Causes Subway DelaysWhen in doubt, don’t take the cat out.
  40. parks and recreation
    Here Are Some New Images of Barry Diller’s Floating Park on the Hudson RiverMore detailed renderings of Pier55.
  41. The Chain Gang
    Starbucks Opened Its First ‘Express’ Store Today in New YorkIt might be smaller than your apartment.
  42. Secret Salamis
    Why Chefs Resort to Secret Tactics to Cook Some of Their Best Food“It was all super off-the-record and super hidden.”
  43. NYPD Testing System That Could Distinguish Gunfire From FireworksMayor Bill de Blasio announced that about 300 sensors are set to be placed around the city.
  44. In Praise of the Deli
    What It Takes to Cut the Coveted Legendary Pastrami at Katz’s“They used to sharpen a knife for you, and you have, like, an older Russian or an older Jewish guy standing over you.”
  45. last resorts
    IDNYC Data Can Be Deleted at End of 2016 In 2016, to help protect undocumented immigrants’ personal information.
  46. One Man’s Trial Shows the Long Reach of Ferguson, Staten Island, and Bed-StuyOne man’s trial shows the long reach of Ferguson, Staten Island, and Bed-Stuy
  47. What to Expect From Mayor de Blasio’s State of the City Speech on TuesdayThe mayor has a lot to be proud of and a few messes worth addressing. 
  48. nyc
    Bronx Woman Sues City After Getting Arrested for Calling 311Forty-four times.
  49. Uptown Mice Are Different From Downtown MiceUrban ecologists are studying the evolution of the city’s wildlife.
  50. city politic
    Andrew Cuomo and the Politics of an Ebola ScareThe difference in political styles has been on full display.
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