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“Our” Negroni
On the menu at Abraço; $11; 81 E. 7th St., nr. First Ave.; no phone. It’s pretty much agreed that you don’t shake a Negroni. Among the cocktail cognoscenti, the act is considered just plain wrong, like cooking a steak well done. The rules state that
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A Little Tina Turner Audition
Tina: The Tina Turner Musical is coming to Broadway this fall. Recently, dozens of 8-to-12-year-old actresses lined up for the opportunity to play a young incarnation of the title role.
New York Magazine6 min de lecture
From The Village To The World
In 1969, New York missed the Stonewall rebellion. But in the five decades since, we’ve covered the changing shape of LGBT life.
New York Magazine5 min de lectureSociety
Ten Miles From Stonewall
AT THE FLOWER FUNERAL HOME in Yonkers, Layleen Xtravaganza Cubilette-Polanco was surrounded by dozens of friends, family members, and rainbow-colored bouquets of roses. Mourners paid their respects to the 27-year-old transgender woman as “Over the Ra
New York Magazine5 min de lecture
Merci, Madame
MADAME X MADONNA. INTERSCOPE RECORDS. WE HONOR THE first 20 years of music legends’ careers for the drive that elevates them from anonymity to celebrity and the vision that keeps them in flight throughout the best years. We spend the next 20 years
New York Magazine11 min de lecture
An Oral History of an Orgy
WHEN IT CAME OUT 20 years ago this July, Eyes Wide Shut proved to be one of Stanley Kubrick’s weirdest, most derided efforts—owing in part to a fully revved-up Hollywood hype machine that touted the sex appeal of stars Tom Cruise and Nicole Kidman an
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68 MINUTES WITH … Marianne Williamson
The self-help guru makes a case for a recovery presidency—and sees “both sides” on vaccines.
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Things to Come
YEARS AND YEARS HBO. MONDAYS, 9 P.M.; PREMIERES JUNE 24. IN YEARS AND YEARS, catastrophe after catastrophe happens to England and to the world, but life always goes on. Babies are born, couples get together and separate, and people lose their jobs
New York Magazine5 min de lecture
Screaming In The Sun
MIDSOMMAR DIRECTED BY ARI ASTER. A24. NR. YESTERDAY DIRECTED BY DANNY BOYLE. UNIVERSAL PICTURES. PG-13. AT THE CLIMAX of the writer-director Ari Aster’s supremely un-fun debut, Hereditary, a character saws off her own head in what may be the all-
New York Magazine4 min de lecture
“Where Are the Hits, Alex?”
MOULIN ROUGE! begins previews at the Al Hirschfeld Theatre on June 28. NORMALLY SUCH a strong reinterpretation of the work you’ve done happens after you’re dead,” Baz Luhrmann says, reclining on a couch as if engaging in a fabulous therapy session.
New York Magazine25 min de lecturePolitics
How To Throw A Party At Mar-a-lago
CINDY YANG was just your average MASSAGE-PARLOR TYCOON TURNED REPUBLICAN BUNDLER Until ROBERT KRAFT got arrested for SOLICITING PROSTITUTES and the FBI started paying attention.
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Best Bets
The New Glass Class OVER THE PAST couple of years as the ceramics craze built steadily to its saturation point, another artisanal movement has been swiftly gaining traction: glassmaking. A surge of young glassblowers inspired by the studio-glass mov
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1 New York’s “TV Issue” examined America’s appetite for RuPaul’s Drag Race—and the culture it has ushered into the mainstream—and included a ranking of the 100 most powerful alums (“America Has a New National Pastime,” June 10–23). Naturally, the dra
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Farm to Skyscraper
Crown Shy 70 Pine St., nr. Pearl St. 212-517-1932 crownshy.nyc SO WHAT IDENTIFIES a restaurant of high purpose and ambition in this post-gourmet era of skyrocketing costs, shrinking menus, and ever smaller, simpler (and louder) dining rooms? An e
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What I Know About Gloria Vanderbilt
THE FIRST TIME I met Gloria Vanderbilt, who recently died at the age of 95, I was about 6. I started storing away memories of her then, when my family went to the fantastical Christmas parties she hosted each year, first at 10 Gracie Square, when she
New York Magazine2 min de lecture
Just How Queer Is Taylor Swift Now?
“YOU NEED TO CALM DOWN” is out now. TAYLOR SWIFT’S MUSIC VIDEO for her latest single, “You Need to Calm Down,” might be her most bi-curious yet. Many queer critics aren’t happy with her aggressive LGBTQ allyship or her stringing along fans with the
New York Magazine7 min de lecture
To Do
POP MUSIC 1. & 2. See Belle and Sebastian and Relisten to How to Solve Our Human Problems At their best. Brooklyn Steel, July 10; Matador. The Scottish indie-pop vets make plush, smart songs about fascinating people falling in and out of love. Th
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The Garage That Grew a House
FOR YEARS, Jared Snyder, who runs the decorative-finishing company JJ Snyder Studio, used to get his work van fixed at J&S Auto Repair. “I mentioned to my studio manager, James Perry Owens, when I was in there one day that I would love to buy a garag
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Lulu Wang Spots the Lie
The director of the Sundance sensation The Farewell has made the kind of movie Hollywood never makes.
New York Magazine2 min de lecture
From the Cut: This Is What You Came For
IT WAS BLEAK and stormy on a recent Tuesday evening outside Soho’s Webster boutique. Not propitious fashion weather, but Rihanna was expected, and where Rihanna goes, the temperature has a way of shifting. The Webster had given two floors over to Fen
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Hideous Men
Donald Trump assaulted me in a Bergdorf Goodman dressing room 23 years ago. But he’s not alone on the list of awful men in my life.
New York Magazine21 min de lecture
Cain And Abel And Oil
An $800 million Louisiana fortune, lifelong grudges, FRAME-UPS, and an INCOMPETENT CONSPIRACY of off-duty cops—a SIBLING RIVALRY like you wouldn’t believe.
New York Magazine4 min de lecture
It’s Time to Root for Roger Ailes
THE LOUDEST VOICE premieres June 30 on Showtime. ON JULY 21, 2016, Gabriel Sherman, a journalist then at New York Magazine, was standing on a residential street in Cleveland, his newly fractured elbow in a sling, simultaneously covering the Republic
New York Magazine5 min de lecture
Jimmy Who?
THE MET ORCHESTRA CONDUCTED BY YANNICK NÉZET-SÉGUIN. CARNEGIE HALL, JUNE 3. AFTER A FEW YEARS ADRIFT, the Metropolitan Opera has found its sheriff—or maybe shepherd is a better word. Yannick Nézet-Séguin has just completed his first season as music
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Lee Daniels
The director and provocateur on the afterlife of Empire, the limits of woke culture—and why Precious was really a comedy.
New York Magazine6 min de lecture
96 MINUTES WITH … Carson Daly
ON MAY 24, after 2,000 episodes, Carson Daly’s late-night show came to an end, and as you read these words, I wonder if you can remember its name. To be fair, late-night shows tend to have sound-alike titles—Late Night, Late Show, Later, The Late Lat
New York Magazine3 min de lecture
City Beaches
According to BIANCA BUCHANAN, a dental hygienist who has been going to various local beaches—often multiple times a week—every summer for the past 16 years.
New York Magazine4 min de lectureFood & Wine
Put A Huevo On It
At José Andrés’s spiffy new Spanish Diner, the flavors are Iberian, but the spirit is pure greasy spoon.
New York Magazine25 min de lecture
Tulsi Gabbard Had a Very Strange Childhood
Which may just help explain why she’s so totally out of place in today’s Democratic Party. And her long-shot race for the presidency.
New York Magazine5 min de lecture
The Prettiest Block in New York
NEW YORK’S COMELIEST DISTRICTS are mostly the product of accident or repetition. Some are haphazard accumulations of ornate façades that acquired atmosphere over generations of construction, demolition, and rebuilding. Others are uniform chains of br
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