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New York City

  1. openings
    All Night Skate Channels the Roller-Rink Parties of YesteryearThe retro-style bar has Pop Rock cocktails and a discount for showing up in skates.
  2. reopening
    As NYC Eases Restaurant Restrictions, Workers Brace for the Summer of Hedonism“Of course we want more business, but we don’t want a free-for-all.”
  3. biography of a building
    A Fairly Exhaustive Oral History of the Still-Wild McKibbin LoftsFour Loko parties, falling maggots, and first-floor strip clubs.
  4. encounter
    Natasha Pickowicz Wants to Get Into the DanknessThe pastry chef is in no rush to return to restaurants.
  5. cityscape
    New York’s First Climate Adaptation Battle Is HereThe city wants to bury East River Park to save it.
  6. coronavirus vaccine
    New York City Jabs 1,100 on First Day of Pilot Program in Subway, Train StationsAnyone who gets a vaccination will get either a seven-day MetroCard or tickets for the LIRR or Metro-North.
  7. chef shuffle
    Michael White Is Out at the Altamarea Restaurant GroupThe chef leaves a sprawling business empire that includes Marea, Ai Fiori, and more.
  8. the group portrait
    How the Oldest Family-Run Business in Chinatown Keeps the Lights On“Throughout the COVID year, we had a half a dozen family members here every day. It’s our family living room.”
  9. the city politic
    Andrew Yang’s Insider CampaignHow has a former CEO of 100 employees become the front-runner to govern a city of 9 million? Not simply by being a celebrity and excellent campaigner.
  10. covid-19
    NYC Still Storing COVID-19 Victims in Makeshift MorguesThe remains of 750 bodies are being kept in the trailers, which opened in April 2020 as COVID-19 deaths overwhelmed the city.
  11. the grub street diet
    Matt Sweeney Is a Vibe Guy“I put vibe over fancy food almost any day, for sure.”
  12. kicking the tires
    Michelin Is Awarding Stars Again. Here’s the Full List of New York Winners.After a COVID-related delay, the company’s latest rankings offer a few surprises.
  13. reopenings
    The High-Design Return of Henrietta HudsonNew York’s longest-operating lesbian bar is back in business.
  14. nyc mayoral race
    Stringer Hemorrhages Endorsements After Sexual Assault AllegationThe foundation of his campaign crumbled days after a woman accused him of misconduct while they worked together 20 years ago.
  15. beef
    Two Customers Were Shot at Peter Luger Last NightBoth, thankfully, are expected to survive.
  16. snack time
    Kuih Cafe Is a Showcase for Malaysian Sweets and Snacks“I’ll make a point to go there whenever I’m in Chinatown.”
  17. covid-19
    Mayor de Blasio Plans to ‘Fully Reopen’ NYC on July 1He expects restaurants, stores, gyms, and stadiums to be open at 100 percent capacity. “This is going to be the summer of New York City,” he declared.
  18. reopening
    Everything You Need to Know About Eating in Restaurants Right NowThe world has changed. So have dining rooms.
  19. look book
    The Look Book Goes to Dia ChelseaAfter a two-year renovation, the gallery reopened with an exhibition of works by artist Lucy Raven.
  20. encounter
    Eric Adams’s Pro-Police BetEight weeks before the mayoral primary and second in the polls, Brooklyn’s borough president sharpens his case for more cops.
  21. the office
    Remember the Office?A look back at 150 years of cubicles, corner offices, all-nighters, and the holiday party.
  22. the office
    The Infinite Semiotics of the Office BathroomIt is an unavoidable intersection of power and poop.
  23. the office
    What It Was Like to Work at The Paris Review in the 1980sA few of the people we discovered became famous; many did not.
  24. the office
    Scandals, Murders, and Innovations in One Iconic New York City OfficeThe Equitable Building is not as famous as the Chrysler, the Empire State, or even the Flatiron. But it changed the city in countless ways.
  25. the office
    The Exquisite Pleasure of a Dead-End JobThe dirty deeds, office drama, and pay irregularities of a starter job.
  26. the office
    The Subtle Art of the Executive AssistantThe role occupies a peculiar place in the modern office.
  27. the office
    Why Is Office Lighting So Bad?Fluorescents were terrible. But LEDs can drive you insane.
  28. the office
    New York City Made the OfficeAnd the office, in turn, made modern New York.
  29. the office
    How Hollywood Depicted the New York OfficeIt was where our dreams and anxieties unfolded.
  30. memorials
    Inside DMX’s Funeral: Rap Icons, Mourning Fans, and a Casket in a Monster TruckKanye West, Jay-Z, Beyoncé, and more were in attendance to pay tribute to the rap legend.
  31. openings
    A Guide to NYC Restaurants That Have Opened During the Pandemic78 new cafes, sandwich counters, cocktail bars, neighborhood bakeries, and plenty more.
  32. covid-19
    How Far Along Is New York City in Its Reopening This Spring?Museums can return to 50 percent capacity and movie theaters can return to 33 percent capacity on April 26.
  33. chinatown conversations
    What It’s Like to Work in Chinatown Right Now“I get looked at a little differently. I feel the stares on me.”
  34. the group portrait
    Photo: A Rooftop Artists’ Salon in SohoFigure drawing alfresco.
  35. the job market
    Jobs Are Returning to New York’s Restaurants. Will Workers?“Everyone was saying, ‘Good luck. It’s been hell.’”
  36. look book
    The Look Book Goes to the Rockaway YMCAChecking in with masked members at the gym.
  37. education
    Richard Carranza’s Last Stand As NYC Schools ChancellorMayor de Blasio hired an “equity warrior.” How parental politics — and the pandemic — left him defeated.
  38. closings
    Del Posto Is a GonerIt was once the crown jewel of the Batali-Bastianich restaurant group. Now, chef Melissa J. Rodriguez and GM Jeff Katz will transform it.
  39. the city politic
    Scott Stringer Isn’t Paying Attention to the Polls“Let the campaign play out,” he says. “It hasn’t even begun yet.”
  40. #stopasianhate
    An Asian Woman Was Violently Assaulted on a Brooklyn StreetThe suspect has been charged in connection with three anti-Asian hate crimes.
  41. features
    A Hot New Restaurant Moved In. That Made Its Neighbors Nervous.A gentrification battle erupts in Ridgewood.
  42. the real estate
    What If Compass Is Basically Just Like Every Other Real-Estate Brokerage?Except with a nicer logo and an over-leveraged IPO.
  43. closings
    Brooklyn’s Popular Diamond Reef Won’t ReopenThe owners said they got the boot from a new landlord.
  44. reopening
    Restaurants Confront a New Pandemic Problem: Customers Who Don’t Want to Leave“People used to be busy. Now they like to hang out.”
  45. everything you need to know
    How to (Legally) Smoke Marijuana in New York CityWhat you can do now and what will happen over time.
  46. closings
    Goodbye to Lhasa Fast Food’s Perfectly Hidden Dining RoomMissing the parts of the city that exist below the surface.
  47. best of new york 2021
    The Best Therapists in New YorkWe asked 31 notable New Yorkers about their therapists and are publishing their referrals in their own words.
  48. best of new york 2021
    The Best Playgrounds in New YorkGiant geodesic climbing nets, ravines full of sprinklers, and a variety of slides.
  49. best of new york 2021
    The Best Custom Woodworkers in New YorkWhether you want a Judd-like plywood bench, a full wall of bookshelves made of rift-cut oak, or just some simple, inexpensive cabinets.
  50. covid-19
    A ‘Glitch’ Sent Droves to Flood a Vaccine Site in the BronxAfter waiting so long for a shot, hundreds were sent back home to wait again.
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