CULTURE, POLITICS, FOOD, FASHION: A NEW YORK POINT OF VIEW. With assertive reporting and sophisticated design, New York chronicles the people and events that shape the city that shapes the world.
The System: Zak Cheney-Rice • Our Journey Into Extremism The revealing case of the anti-woke crusader Richard Hanania.
Neighborhood News: ‘We Are Done Dying in Silence’ • Hundreds gathered to mourn, and vogue to Beyoncé, at the memorial for dancer O’Shae Sibley.
Ty Haney • Three years after her dramatic exit from Outdoor Voices, the founder and former CEO has moved on. Mostly.
Physical City: Christopher Bonanos • At 110 Degrees, What in New York Breaks First? “The scale of the problem really intimidates me.”
From Ecuador to the 7 Train • As the city’s migrant population surges, some of the youngest spend their days selling candy underground.
WHOEVER STARVES LEAST, WINS • BEHIND THE MAKING OF alone, THE MOST GENUINELY PERILOUS SHOW ON TELEVISION.
IS DAVID SOLOMON TOO BIG A JERK TO RUN GOLDMAN SACHS? • Profit excuses a lot on Wall Street. But not everything. Inside a banking mutiny.
This Beach Wagon Can Lug It All
A Small Swedish Porch Broom
Rock The Bells Festival • Slick Rick, Queen Latifah, Salt-N-Pepa, Big Daddy Kane, and LL Cool J performed at this year’s sold-out concert at Forest Hills Stadium.
A Tribeca House, No Longer Divided • Art collector Paige West spreads out over six bold floors.
The Quilted Giraffe • TikTok would have loved the beggar’s purse.
New Roll in Town • Dutch crunch has finally made its way east.
They’re Finally Ready to Graduate • Riverdale began as a dark spin on Archie Comics. It’s ending as one of the weirdest teen soaps ever made.
The Song of Summer Is a Meme • Flyana Boss are running laps around TikTok and the music industry with “You Wish.”
Scam Likely • The co-director and the star of the docuseries Telemarketers started filming at their own office—even before learning they were part of a nationwide grift.
CRITICS • Alison Willmore on Passages … Jackson McHenry on Back to the Future: The Musical … Craig Jenkins on Travis Scott’s Utopia.
To Do • Twenty-five things to see, hear, watch, and read ... over the next 28 days.AUGUST 16–SEPTEMBER 12
THE APPROVAL MATRIX • Our deliberately oversimplified guide to who falls where on our taste hierarchies.