New York City

Sugar Rush and Stomachache: On ‘NYC 1993’

Sugar Rush and Stomachache: On ‘NYC 1993’ Sugar Rush and Stomachache: On ‘NYC 1993’

The New Museum tries to explain why the city's art scene changed in 1993.

Apr 15, 2013 / Books & the Arts / Barry Schwabsky

Bloomberg by the Numbers

Bloomberg by the Numbers Bloomberg by the Numbers

The state of the city isn't quite as wonderful as the mayor claims.

Apr 18, 2013 / Alleen Brown

A New Consensus on Public Space and ‘Free’ Speech on Israel/Palestine in New York City A New Consensus on Public Space and ‘Free’ Speech on Israel/Palestine in New York City

The LGBT Center and a host of high-profile New York City politicians have endorsed open debate of Israel-Palestine—only with ritual support for Israel's policies.

Feb 22, 2013 / Lisa Duggan

Unlock The Box: The Fight Against Solitary Confinement in New York Unlock The Box: The Fight Against Solitary Confinement in New York

As a movement against punitive segregation in local prisons and jails, a new report by the New York Civil Liberties Union reveals more disturbing details than ever before.

Oct 2, 2012 / Jean Casella and James Ridgeway

Editor Katrina vanden Heuvel and Publisher Victor Navasky pose for a joint portrait at the offices of The Nation on December 4, 2001.

Letter From the (Outgoing) Publisher Letter From the (Outgoing) Publisher

As Editor Katrina vanden Heuvel becomes the latest in a long line of publisher/owners of The Nation, Victor Navasky looks ahead to his new role as publisher emeritus and member of ...

Nov 10, 2005 / Editorial / Victor Navasky

At a newsstand, a vendor reads an issue of Sports Illustrated magazine as he waits for customers, New York, New York, August 1954.

Protest and Survive Protest and Survive

Thoughts on the critical role of the journal of dissent in America.

Apr 28, 2005 / Feature / Victor Navasky

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