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How Prospect Park became Brooklyn’s quad.
Segregation and the suburbs.
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Matt Gaffney’s latest puzzle.
Readers sound off on how the pandemic has transformed the city.
Our deliberately oversimplified guide to who falls where on our taste hierarchies.
A funky houseboat, an octagonal tree house, and 68 more amazing Airbnbs — all a short drive from the city.
Paper co-founder Kim Hastreiter renovated a studio in her building to be her new office. But for now, meet her in Washington Square Park.
The 16-year-old whose beauty store has been hyped by Bella Hadid.
Tries out a tent-covered Equinox.
The Basque fare at Ernesto’s.
Eric See’s mother’s chiles rellenos.
Elvis Costello wrote the anthem for this brooding time
The rising stars.
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The director talks about the decades-long journey behind Mank, his dense, bitter look at Hollywood history, political power, and the creative act.
Borat might be fake, but he reveals uncomfortable American truths.
Giant office buildings are opening — who exactly is going to work in them?
Martin Amis and Don DeLillo’s steep decline.
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