New York's charms ripen at different times of day: while the sun is up, the city pulsates with purpose. There's the same vibration and torque in the grandest of achievements as are in the most mundane of errands. At night, the city blooms into something else, thicker maybe, but fiery and always new. ... More >>
There's been so much enturbulation in the underground bunker lately, it's been hell on the cats, who just want to catch up on their sleep. So we installed one of those kitty hi-rises this week and it was an instant hit. The little carnivores are remaining more calm in their tiny carpeted condos whil ... More >>
Yesterday, in the first half of this interview with Hemant Mathur, the chef talked about how he feels to be leaving Devi, where he is co-chef-and-owner with Suvir Saran. Today, we get details on Tulsi, the new restaurant he is opening with his wife, pastry chef Surbhi Sahni; talk about how h ... More >>
The New York film world was all a twitter yesterday, when an anonymous e-mail went out announcing that New York Press critic Armond White had been disinvited from a critics screening for Greenberg, the new film by one of his least favorite directors, Noah Baumbach. "John Doe"'s e-mail, quoted ... More >>
Now it can be told: The surprising ties between the billionaire mayor and the poor slob who ran against him
Ken Bronstein was excited to notify us of a great coup: six members of his organization, the New York City Atheists, attended Mayor Bloomberg's annual Interfaith Breakfast this weekend. It's believed to be the first time nonbelievers have been invited, as nonbelievers, to the event. We asked ... More >>
The novelist gathers up a wide collection of her essays.
Video shoot cashes racial catwalk
Words of a feather: the surprising fictional output of a New York School poet
There's no place like ancient Rome—except for sweltering modern-day New York City
City keeps hundreds in jail too long, chilling protests and angering families
Ernest Vincent Wright's Machine Dreams
Librarian Gets New Leash on Life
Dr. Randell Mills says he can change the face of physics. The Scientfic Establishment thinks he's nuts.
Rumblings of reform are finally breaking through at the city's powerful municipal union