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SundanceTV Presents a New Original Non-Fiction Series: “THE APPROVAL MATRIX”

Article: SundanceTV Presents a New Original Non-Fiction Series: “THE APPROVAL MATRIX”

Based on New York Magazine’s Beloved Pop Culture Roundup, the Neal Brennan hosted series will premiere in August.

Banned words at New York Magazine

Article: Banned words at New York Magazine

Hugo Lindgren shared this memo tacked to the bulletin board in the office of Kurt Andersen, then-editor of New York Magazine. It listed words and phrases that Andersen didn’t want his staff using in their stories for the magazine. This reminds me of the buzz (which maybe should be a banned word as well…?) last…

Only in New York

Article: Only in New York

Only in New York do people live in apartments covered in tape, covered in yarn, and covered in crazy wallpapers. Eclectic people flock to this city and New York Magazine‘s new issue features some extreme decor proves that. Included are six apartments of various size and extremity. Featured are Agata Oleksiak (now known solely as…

"New York Magazine" peeks into the lives of others/ourselves

Article: "New York Magazine" peeks into the lives of others/ourselves

New York Magazine’s latest feature gives readers the full REAR WINDOW treatment
To celebrate its 43rd birthday, New York Magazine ran a nearly cover-spanning story on the one topic that New Yorkers never seem to tire of: their apartments. From tales of the city’s most notorious starving artists to those living comfortably on the other end of economic spectrum, I heartily salute “The New York Apartment: A Biography” for its breadth of scope, surprising anecdotes and collection of historical photographs.

NY Mag's Sundance Film Festival Watch List

Article: NY Mag's Sundance Film Festival Watch List

Which films are you most looking forward to seeing (or hearing about) at this year’s Sundance Film Festival, which kicks off today? Everyone has his or her own picks. New York magazine’s Vulture has just shared its “Ten Most Anticipated Films at Sundance” list with the world, noting, “Sundance is by far the most important…

The best of holiday shopping gift guides

Article: The best of holiday shopping gift guides

If you haven’t been inundated yet with holiday catalogs and a slew of emails with gift ideas, consider yourself spared. Not that gift lists are a bad thing, but how many lists of the best gifts for your tech dad, outdoorsy sister and pet-loving friend can the human mind tolerate in addition to all the…

Artifacts of the Aughts

Article: Artifacts of the Aughts

In New York Magazine’s recent “Aughts” issue which examines the highlights and lowlights of the past ten years, the magazine also catalogs “everyday stuff” that were “rendered obsolete in the Aughts.” Among others this list of extinct or endangered objects includes the answering machine, cassette tape, and thankfully, the lickable stamp.

Answering "who is Barack Obama?"

Article: Answering "who is Barack Obama?"

Yesterday I wrote about some of the absurd signs appearing at anti-Obama gatherings across the country. This week’s New York Magazine takes a more in-depth look at some of the movements, from Tea Parties to birthers, that are collectively forming a movement that is becoming more than just fringe. The writer, Philip Weiss, described the…