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  1. from the archives
    Revisiting Some of the Most Memorable Homes Wendy Goodman Ever ScoutedOn the occasion of her memoir, our design editor recalls a few of her greatest hits.
  2. from the archives
    The Making of Tom Wolfe’s ‘Radical Chic’Remembering the story that helped put New York on the map.
  3. from the archives
    The Subway Crisis We’ve Been Writing About for 48 YearsThe intensity of the subway’s troubles is new, but the problems themselves are not.
  4. from the archives
    Revisiting New York Magazine’s First IssueFeaturing Rita Moreno’s ropa vieja recipe, Tom Wolfe on New York accents, Gloria Steinem on Ho Chi Minh, and more.
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    Remembering New York’s Great Illustrator Robert GrossmanA celebration of one of our early contributors.
  6. Kissing Cynthia Heimel Good-byeRemembering the humorous writer.
  7. from the archives
    A Hard Look at the Original ModelizerRevisiting our 1988 profile of Elite Model Management founder John Casablancas, whose inappropriate behavior was no secret in the fashion industry.
  8. from the archives
    You Could Learn a Lot at a Restaurant Table With Liz SmithWhat most people misunderstood about the veteran tabloid gossip columnist.
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    The ’70s Feminist Manifesto That’s Still a Must-Read TodayJudy Brady Syfers wrote ‘I Want a Wife’ in 1971. It holds up.
  10. from the archives
    The Hottest Fashion Show of 1987 Took Place a Week After the Market CrashedRevisiting Julie Baumgold’s report on the opulent spectacle of Christian Lacroix’s first New York show.
  11. from the archives
    How the Late-Night Monologue Got TopicalA short history featuring Johnny Carson, Dick Cavett, David Letterman, Conan O’Brien, Jimmy Fallon, and Stephen Colbert.
  12. from the archives
    Remembering When Christie Hefner Took Over PlayboyLally Weymouth profiled Hugh Hefner’s then-29-year-old daughter, the newly appointed president of Playboy Enterprises, in a 1982 New York cover story.
  13. from the archives
    Looking Back at 40 Years of New York’s Fertility JournalismThe millennial baby-boom, in vitro fertilization, later-in-life pregnancies, and more.
  14. from the archives
    Looking Back at Long Island City’s Slow SizzleThe last time we called the neighborhood hot, we might have been a little ahead of schedule.
  15. from the archives
    Revisiting Nora Ephron on the Artifice of the ‘Battle of the Sexes’Ephron’s 1973 New York piece, “Bobby Riggs, the Lady-Killer,” displays her deadly aim and clear-eyed skepticism.
  16. from the archives
    Remembering When City Hippies Left New York for Country LifeSome found “Back to the Earth” backbreaking. Others took root and blossomed.
  17. bill cosby trial
    3 Bill Cosby Accusers on His Mistrial and What Comes Next“This was just the dress rehearsal. Round two is coming up.”
  18. from the archives
    What Happened When a Female Film Critic Offered to Take Porn SeriouslyIn the 1970s, Molly Haskell tried to look at a wave of explicit movies as a new avenue for interesting art. They didn’t perform on demand.
  19. time capsule
    From the Archives: A 31-Year-Old Mother of Four Reinvents Herself in New YorkRevisiting a New York Magazine cover story from 1972.
  20. from the archives
    How Much New Yorkers Make, Then and NowLooking back at the nosiest issues New York ever published.
  21. from the archives
    What New York’s Homelessness Crisis Looked Like in the 1980sAs institutions closed and pushed thousands of people onto the streets, the desire to help them evolved into a fearful wariness.
  22. from the archives
    Revisiting David Letterman’s 1987 Writers RoomThe relatively normal bunch of guys behind what was perhaps the creative peak of Late Night.
  23. real estate
    What It’s Like to Live in a Trump BuildingThe protesters, the new frisson, and the extremely clean floors.
  24. from the archives
    A Disco-Era Cover Girl Reflects on Modeling at 13“I had the time of my life; I traveled the world. It’s a tricky, dangerous business, but for me it worked out.”
  25. from the archives
    Remembering When Gerald Ford Seemed Like the Worst Problem We Could HaveCovering Washington’s big power shifts, then and now.
  26. from the archives
    The Year New York Almost Lost the Right to ChoosePolitics and service journalism from the early era of legal abortion.
  27. from the archives
    A History of Waiting for the Second Avenue SubwayNow arriving. (Really!)
  28. from the archives
    The Last Time New York Felt BlueThe mood after Bush beat Kerry, and the ways our writers thought about it.
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    From the Editors: About That Trump CoverWe, and the artist Barbara Kruger, had always intended for it to convey multiple meanings.
  30. reread
    A History of the Trumps on New York’s CoverEleven Donalds, three Ivanas, one Marla, one Melania.
  31. from the archives
    Looking Back at the First ‘Best Bets,’ an Analog Recommendation EngineA shopping column for a particular type of urbanite who consumed avant-garde theater and home accessories.
  32. from the archives
    Are These Quotes From This Summer or Our 1996 Bob Dole Cover Story?Establishment senator or billionaire outsider? Doesn’t much matter to the operatives, when you’re running against a Clinton.
  33. from the archives
    Anthony Weiner’s Journey From Boy Wonder to FlameoutA brief history of our coverage of the former congressman.
  34. from the archives
    Looking Back at 40-Plus Years of ‘Fall Preview’ PicksRocky seemed promising! But so did Cop Rock.
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    Looking Back at 46 Years of Roger Ailes Coverage Certain larger-than-life figures tend to become running characters in New York  and, for nearly our entire history, that cast has included Roger Ailes.
  36. from the archives
    Revisiting New York’s Watergate Series As the scandal crested, we imagined what it looked like. 
  37. from the archives
    New York’s First Impressions of 9 Legendary TV ComediesLooking back at season one, episode one of Saturday Night Live, All in the Family, 30 Rock, and more.
  38. from the archives
    What Has (and Hasn’t) Changed About Workplace Sexism Since 1973Office gals fetching coffee may be a thing of the past, but the working woman’s revolt certainly isn’t.
  39. from the archives
    Revisiting the Last Great Debate Over Skyscraper ShadowsAnother tall building, another fight over a share of light. 
  40. from the archives
    The Diane Arbus Photo That Almost Killed New York MagazineRevisiting the Viva profile that nearly got Clay Felker fired.
  41. from the archives
    How New York Magazine Covered the O.J. Simpson VerdictHiring Norman Mailer on a very short deadline.
  42. from the archives
    The Trump Voter, Before TrumpFrom Pete Hamill’s 1969 New York feature, “The Revolt of the White Lower Middle Class.”
  43. from the archives
    Broadway’s Survival Was a Legitimate Question 20 Years AgoRevisiting Michael Goldstein’s 1995 New York cover story, “Can Broadway Be Saved?”
  44. reread
    Read New York’s Nancy Reagan Cover Story From 1980Her career is wifedom.”
  45. from the archives
    When Upscale ‘Unwed Mothers’ Were a Newborn TrendRevisiting Patricia Morrisroe’s 1983 New York feature, “Mommy Only.”
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