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Two movies about a long-gone New York raise questions about the city it has become today.
A sense of common destiny with Africa ebbs and flows in New York's gentrifying black enclave.
In the Age of Bloomberg, America’s most iconic big city is also its most unequal.
In a neighborhood immune to gentrification, a different model of revitalization is required.
Nearly forty years after Ford told New York to drop dead, the city is still here—but forever changed.
An elite nonprofit no one’s ever heard of has turned New York into a city of tall towers and tony boulevards.
How a city that once celebrated seamstresses and stevedores came to admire "big swinging dicks."
Studies show that insiders at Google could, if they wanted, covertly alter voter preferences. The very possibility is a threat to democracy.
Rehtaeh Parsons, Audrie Pott: these are victims of sexual violence who didn't survive.
A new documentary sheds light on what we haven't learned from the tragic miscarriage of justice.
FDR, Fiorello La Guardia and rebuilding New York City during the New Deal.
Is it possible to create an intellectually aware, politically honest image?
How an architecture critic made New York City her touchstone for discussions of public space.
The New Museum tries to explain why the city's art scene changed in 1993.
And don’t miss Kosman and Picciotto’s crossword blog, Word Salad.