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  1. movie review
    Spider-Man: No Way Home Is Aggressively MediocreA spoiler-filled review of what works, what doesn’t, and what works until it doesn’t in Tom Holland’s latest outing as Peter Parker.
  2. the approval matrix
    Steph Curry Scores, Buzzfeed Snores; Omicron’s Making a List, Infecting It TwiceOur guide to what’s highbrow, lowbrow, brilliant, and despicable.
  3. chinatown
    The Jail Money TrapThe Museum of Chinese in America was desperate to buy its building. The city found a reason to pay for it — one that threw Chinatown into turmoil.
  4. best of 2021
    The Best New York Art Shows of 2021The art world has changed forever. But New York galleries still rule.
  5. openings
    Jody Williams and Rita Sodi Go Domestic With the Commerce InnHeirloom American recipes and tavern-style drinks in a historic West Village space.
  6. the city politic
    Bill de Blasio Did What New Yorkers WantedYet as the mayor prepares to leave office, he remains stubbornly unpopular.
  7. the underground gourmet
    An L.A. Chef Comes to New York Bearing PancakesBreakfast by Salt’s Cure’s Chris Phelps has been making his signature dish since he was 2.
  8. best of 2021
    The Best Podcasts of 2021The year produced a mix of insightful conversations, stunning personal work, and a comedic sperm-bank heist.
  9. best of 2021
    The Best Books of 2021From radical nuns to gut-wrenching memoir, this year’s books hit us where it hurt.
  10. tv review
    Station Eleven Is a Profound Television ExperienceThe pandemic subject matter may seem daunting, but this limited series is an incredibly gratifying must-watch.
  11. best of 2021
    The Best Movies of 2021Snapshots of moviegoing in the year in-person cinema returned with a vengeance.
  12. best of 2021
    The Best Songs of 2021From Jazmine Sullivan’s years-in-the-making comeback to electrifying rock anthems to Doja Cat’s NSFW tongue twister and more.
  13. best of 2021
    What Made a Movie Great in 2021?Our critics break down what goes into naming the best of the year.
  14. best of 2021
    The Best Albums of 2021If you traveled off the beaten path, you came away with an embarrassment of music riches.
  15. best of 2021
    The Best TV of 2021As the television landscape keeps expanding outward, these are the shows that are pushing it forward.
  16. best of 2021
    What Made a TV Show Great in 2021?Our critics break down what goes into naming the best of the year.
  17. the best of the lot
    New Yorkers Live Side-by-Side and Worlds ApartPerhaps no film shows the pain and the poetry of the assimilative process quite like The Namesake.
  18. reasons to love new york
    Snapshots of the City Where Movies Were BornBecause every street has a story to tell; all you need is a camera to tell it.
  19. movie review
    Do You Like West Side Story? Then You’ll Love West Side Story.Steven Spielberg finally makes his musical. It was (mostly) worth the wait.
  20. drive me back to my shack
    New York’s Underworld Is World ClassLooking back at Samuel Fuller’s 1953 film Pickup on South Street, which has the best NYC-centric opening sequence in film history.
  21. are u coming?
    Tripping ’Til 10 a.m. With Hot Psychonaut-Therapist MommyYeah, I was out of my mind.
  22. best bets
    The Best Gifts at 12 Newly Opened NYC StoresIncluding hand-caught razor clams, a burrito-shaped bicycle bags, a Sex and the City hat, and more.
  23. reasons to love new york
    The First Great New York City Chase SceneIn the climax of Harold Lloyd’s Speedy, Lloyd — driving the city’s last “horse car” taxi — barrels through town.
  24. no such things as a mistake
    If You Live in Larchmont, Hot Sex Is a Metro-North Ride AwayAdrian Lyne perfected the life-affirming affair film trope in the 2002 erotic thriller Unfaithful, starring Diane Lane.
  25. recommended by experts
    An Absolutely No-Skills-Required Kitchen RenovationEighteen ways to improve a kitchen without taking it down to the studs, which is convenient as contractors are nigh-impossible to come by right now.
  26. this is my place
    Brenda Vaccaro Answers Every Question We Have About Midnight CowboyThe actress on John Schlesinger’s documentary-style filmmaking, what it was like to film her memorable sex scene, and that iconic fox-fur coat.
  27. tv review
    And Just Like That… Is Sexless in the CityThe fact that Carrie Bradshaw is now a podcaster tells you everything you need to know.
  28. amusing people
    New York Is the Natural Habitat of the Gay SophisticateThe king, if you will, of them all is the gay best friend played by Rupert Everett in My Best Friend’s Wedding.
  29. you ever been to poughkeepsie?
    12 Directors on Their Favorite New York City Movies“That’s an element of New York: You can look into a window and see a totally different world, and you’re so separated from it.”
  30. look book
    The Look Book Goes to a Knicks-Lakers GameCelebrity guests and multi-decade season-ticket holders alike mingled in the floor seats during a 106-100 home win at a sold-out MSG.
  31. theater review
    Kimberly Akimbo Never Gets OldA musical adaptation that wins you over for life.
  32. strong streak of good
    The ’70s Wasn’t All BadCynicism, paranoia, mayhem was the dominant mode of New York cinema in the 1970s. But there was a countermovement.
  33. a head for business
    How to Cast a New York City Movie, According to the Legendary Juliet Taylor“I found these absolutely hilarious-looking identical twins, grown men, standing in line at a movie theater.”
  34. where did i go right
    Matthew Broderick Answers Every Question We Have About The ProducersThe born-and-bred New Yorker feels about Mel Brooks’s musical movie the way people from Chicago feel about Ferris Bueller.
  35. reasons to love new york
    Not All Disaster Movies Contain ExplosionsCiao! Manhattan set out to capture Andy Warhol’s New York underground and instead became a symbol of its demise.
  36. underground gourmet quick bite
    Breads Bakery’s Black-and-White Tastes As Good As It LooksIf you can’t fix it, laminate it!
  37. just press a button
    Fred Williamson Answers Every Question We Have About Black CaesarThe Hammer remembers the guerrilla style of director Larry Cohen and how New York City provided a neighborhood full of free extras.
  38. she’s a maid
    Literally Any Meet-Cute Can Happen in a New York City Rom-ComEven if it could never happen.
  39. at the greenmarket
    Inside Union Square Greenmarket’s Festive EvergreeneryFor four weeks a year, some vendors rely on a distinctly inedible cash crop.
  40. from a barstool in manhattan
    In New York’s Great Newspaper Movies, Breaking a Story Can Be the StoryThe chase is everything, even if it wrecks everything else.
  41. it’s a metaphor for life
    How to Build a Non-Cookie-Cutter New York Set“Most movies don’t want to be a postcard New York City.”
  42. encounter
    At Jamian Juliano-Villani’s New Gallery O’Flaherty’s, ‘Taste Is Out the Door’The painter and her pals thought the art world had gotten too prissy. “This is the thing. No one’s doing anything cool.”
  43. backstories
    Deconstructing Station Eleven’s Lush ApocalypseThe series envisions a post-pandemic future that isn’t a total downer.
  44. hot plate
    What to Eat, Read, and Shop for Right NowA seldom-seen Neapolitan pizza, David Wondrich and Noah Rothbaum’s weighty tome, and Hungarian breakfast for lunch.
  45. restaurant review
    Review: Hillary Sterling’s Wood-Fired Cooking Shines at Ci SiamoThe food seems designed to lure New Yorkers out of their apartments and back into crowded dining rooms.
  46. happy birthday welcome home
    There’s No Better Place to Be a SociopathJoseph L. Mankiewicz’s All About Eve dares you to make it in New York.
  47. surrender dorothy!
    Griffin Dunne Answers Every Question We Have About After HoursIt started with Martin Scorsese demanding he abstain from sex during the shoot and almost ended with Paul stuck in that sculpture.
  48. new york in your bones
    The 101 Best New York City Movies, RankedSome movies reflect the perilous reality of living here, others the urbane fantasy. The greatest do both.
  49. reasons to love new york
    New York Makes the Movies and the Movies Make New YorkFor the 17th annual “Reasons to Love New York” issue, New York Magazine celebrates the city’s peerless connection to movies.
  50. first person
    Losing My Teenage DreamBefore Colton Haynes came to Hollywood, he was confidently queer. Years of mixed messages in the industry changed that.
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