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Not That Long Ago, New York City Really Was Run From a Smoke-filled Backroom

In celebration of New York Magazine’s 50th anniversary, this series, which will continue through October 2018, tells the stories behind key moments that shaped the city’s culture. When the verdict cam... read more

Andrew Gillum, a Florida Insider Running as a Progressive Outsider

The city does little to discourage the smoke-filled caricature ... told him he was not their target in an ongoing inquiry of city corruption. It has yet to produce any indictments.CreditScott McIntyre ... read more

Silence on Wall Street. Tears in a retirement home. The country watches, transfixed, as Ford and Kavanaugh tell their stories.

It looks like she’s crying,” said Hilda Darkins, 71, as the very long day began ... 17C: Weeping,” Ron Lieber, a New York Times columnist, wrote on Twitter from a flight headed from New York to Salt L... read more

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Is the Aeneid a Celebration of Empire—or a Critique?

Today, traces of the epic’s cultural authority linger on: a quotation from it greets visitors to the Memorial Hall of the 9/11 Museum, in New York City. Since the turn ... oscillation between seething ... read more


Chris Selley: Jennifer Keesmaat says she's not a politician, but Toronto mayoral race has turned her into one

Progressives decided someone with a name would have to run ... Not long ago it seemed perfectly clear Keesmaat believed the city needed vastly more money to fulfil its ambitions: “Really ... read more

Zephyr Teachout’s Fundraising Spikes In Wake of New York Times Endorsement in Attorney General Race

“The wind has really shifted in the last few weeks ... terms Teachout has long argued make her the strongest candidate. Letitia James, New York City’s public advocate, has been both boosted and hamper... read more

With sports gambling legal, some are betting on a new kind of fan experience

"I try not to call it gambling. Gambling to me sounds like rolling the dice, not knowing what the outcome is," he said. "And gamification, powered by big data, you have all of the information that you ... read more

Jeffrey Deitch Curates Jeffrey Deitch: The Return of the Art World’s Most Essential Zelig

(Photo by Christopher Anderson/Magnum Photos/New York Magazine) Photo: Christopher Anderson/Magnum Photos It’s a couple of days into the New Year, and Jeffrey Deitch is in Los Angeles, that city that ... read more

Kristaps Porzingis injury is latest terrifying chapter of Knicks' constant rebuild

"Who knew," I said to Patrick Ewing not long ago ... out of another New York City, Runyon's New York City, as everybody has said about him since we got word of his passing, the New York of characters ... read more

NYCC, Reincarnated Acorn, Rises in de Blasio’s New York

The very same agitators are now whispering into the open ear of the new mayor, under the name New York Communities for Change. “I am so appreciative of not just the support ... membership of 20,000 in ... read more

America Has Never Been So Ripe for Tyranny

Could it be that the Donald has emerged from the populist circuses of pro wrestling and New York City tabloids, via reality television and Twitter, to prove not just Plato but also ... slowly took dee... read more

Congestion Pricing Plan Dies in Albany

Together, we will continue to work to build a greener, greater New York City. Governor Paterson issued this statement Monday evening: Congestion pricing failed ... and we are very disappointed that th... read more



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