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  1. rendering judgment
    Lincoln Center Wants You to Lie Down on Its PlazaHow comfortable will that plastic grass really be?
  2. pennsylvania six-five oh-oh-oh
    So Long to the Hotel PennsylvaniaOnce lovely, now dowdy, soon to be gone.
  3. rendering judgment
    Radio City Music Hall Will Finally Get Its Roof Garden After 90 YearsIt goes back to the original plans for Rockefeller Center, in which nearly all the rooftops were landscaped.
  4. tough calls
    Trump or Epstein: Which Depraved House Would You Buy?A $50 million dilemma.
  5. remembrance
    The Outlaw History of Arturo Di Modica’s Crosby Street StudioIt’s the Charging Bull sculptor’s largest yet least obvious New York work.
  6. preservation watch
    Change Is Coming to the McGraw-Hill Building’s Fantastic Deco Lobby. Or Is It?Preservationists sound the alarm; architects swear they’re not trashing a treasure.
  7. rendering judgment
    The Tower Replacing the Grand Hyatt Is an Absolute BehemothOne more big shadow over Grand Central.
  8. friday night movie club
    Wiping the Dust Off Sweet Smell of SuccessIt’s an incredibly contemporary movie about media power and the brutally transactional form it can take.
  9. rendering judgment
    Huh, the Port Authority Bus Terminal Could Get Less BadOpening in 2031 (est.).
  10. today in andrew yang
    Andrew Yang, Who Is Absolutely a New Yorker, Went to His New York Deli“I love bodegas.”
  11. attention zabar’s shoppers!
    A Lox on Both Your Houses: Jerry Nadler Brought a Zabar’s Bag to the ImpeachmentHe’s on the Upper West Side of the aisle.
  12. today in oligarch news
    Let the LLC Unmasking BeginShell-corporation condo buyers will be nameless no more (at least to the Feds).
  13. cityscape
    Chuck Schumer Shows Up in Community-Board Zoom, Surprising Everyone and No OneEven an attack on the Capitol can’t keep an extroverted politician down.
  14. capitol riot
    Visualizing a Riot: Where the Attacks on the Capitol Played OutHow the insurrection approached and moved throughout the federal building.
  15. landmarks
    Why Hasn’t Anyone Bought This William Lescaze House?A pioneering 1935 house has been on and off the market for years.
  16. happy new year
    Andrew Yang’s 2021 Goals: Control of a Giant Global City, Weight LossWe are all Andrew Yang, except for the first part.
  17. shopping
    Mall Operator Forced to Buy Other Mall Operator, Can’t Return ItI’m sorry, you’re going to have to bring a receipt.
  18. reread
    Penn Station’s Train Hall Opens Next Week. We’ve Been Covering It for 27 Years.The new Moynihan Train Hall in the old Farley Post Office opens this week after three decades of rerouting and delays.
  19. boom time
    How Much Would You Pay to Blow Up the Trump Plaza Casino?It’s coming down in January, and Atlantic City is auctioning off the right to push the button.
  20. breaking news
    Pete Buttigieg Will Be Joe Biden’s Secretary of TransportationMayor Pete will run your street.
  21. up high
    This Artist Posed As a Hungarian Billionaire Buyer to Get Into 25 PenthousesAdopting a new persona, then photographing the view from the 100th floor.
  22. intelligencer chats
    How Does NYC’s Crisis Compare to Past Moments of Peril?The city was in a very different kind of danger in the 1970s than it is today.
  23. cash grabs
    Absolutely No One Wants to Buy Trump’s Childhood HomeCurrent owners seek $3 million via GoFundMe; at publication time, the donation total was $125.
  24. gaffes
    Here’s the New White House Tennis Court No One Has Been Waiting ForNot the first tennis-related gaffe at the White House either.
  25. reasons to love new york
    Farewell to Odessa, Once a Place for Pierogies and a Lost Friendship“It was just there, and now it isn’t.”
  26. remembrance
    Pamela Tiffin, Star of ‘One, Two, Three’ and ‘Summer and Smoke,’ Dies at 78She was great onscreen in a short career — and had an unexpected connection to this magazine.
  27. you know who used to live here?
    Doug Emhoff, Second-Gentleman-Elect, Grew Up in This Building in BrooklynThe Midwood roots of Kamala Harris’s husband.
  28. 1927-2020
    David Dinkins Deserved BetterHis mayoralty was not the overt failure it once seemed.
  29. tributes
    Developer Honors Dorothy Parker With Building She Would Have Been Evicted FromBuilders seldom make passes at writers’ broke asses.
  30. wow wow wow
    A Crane Picked Up Another Crane and Put It On Top of Tiffany & Co.A real-life Tonka moment.
  31. the real estate
    Are You Radical Chic Enough to Live in Leonard Bernstein’s Apartment?Mmmm, these are nice. The apartment where Lenny and Felicia Bernstein held that notorious fundraiser is listed for $29.5 million.
  32. precedents
    America Has Had Relatively Few Post-Election Riots. So Far.A little in 1968, more in 1896.
  33. transit
    First Look: New York’s Digital Subway Map Comes Alive TodayAnd, almost incidentally, it resolves a five-decade fight for graphics supremacy.
  34. design hunting
    A Teen Girl’s Suite Outfitted With a Warhol Print and a Laurie Simmons DollhouseThe space, designed for a highly discerning 13-year-old, also features Mickalene Thomas, Tom Sachs, and a couple of Gaetano Pesces.
  35. design hunting
    How Cecil Beaton Transformed Hotel Rooms Into DestinationsAfter he checked into a room, it never looked the same.
  36. institutions
    The Chelsea Flea Market Comes Back to Life on September 12Good news, as is.
  37. tribute
    Gail Sheehy Never Stopped ReportingA memorial tribute to one of New York’s most daring writers.
  38. tribute
    Pete Hamill Was One of Us, Only Better at ItThe peerless observer of New York life died yesterday at 85.
  39. remembrance
    A Rolling Tribute to New York’s John HomansWe’ll be republishing this page frequently, as his colleagues join in remembering him.
  40. obits
    Carl Reiner Taught the World What a Comedy Writer DoesUntil Reiner came along, nobody outside the business knew about the writers’ room; today we all do.
  41. we ❤ mg
    Milton Glaser, Co-founder of New York Magazine and Creator of ‘I❤NY,’ Dies at 91A giant of graphic design and illustration for seven decades.
  42. just asking questions
    Brooklyn President and Former NYPDer Eric Adams on the Police and the Protests“When they do something wrong, the mayor has to have zero tolerance of it.”
  43. life in pictures
    The Brooklyn Borough President Sleeps at His DeskEric Adams, encamped at Borough Hall.
  44. gallery
    New York, Four Weeks InPortrait of an empty city.
  45. playboy: 1953–2020
    Playboy Magazine Is Closing Down, Probably for GoodThe Philosophy comes to an end.
  46. reread
    In 2002, Our Singles-Issue Cover Model Was the Future First LadyMelania and the firefighter.
  47. kids and tv
    A 10-Year-Old Interviews John Mulaney About His Kids’ SpecialThe comedian answers all of a young superfan’s questions about John Mulaney & the Sack Lunch Bunch.
  48. from the archives
    How New York Caricatured Richard Nixon Through the YearsTalking to the magazine’s original graphic-design team about capturing the crooked president, who appeared on our cover ten times from 1968 to 1974.
  49. art
    Man Duct-tapes Banana to Wall, Makes $240,000, Credits New York MagazineHowever, a prankster has now eaten the banana.
  50. obituary
    On John SimonConsidering the longtime New York critic, who died yesterday at 94.
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