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  1. coronavirus
    New York City Will Resume Indoor DiningCuomo said restaurants can reopen at 25 percent capacity at the end of the month.
  2. the wedding files
    The Design-Minded Couple Who Didn’t Want to Try Too HardThe bride got a wonderful surprise the morning of her wedding.
  3. power
    Police Can Arbitrarily Arrest Trans Women Under This LawNew York’s harmful “Walking While Trans” ban allows police to arrest anyone they suspect of “loitering for the purpose of prostitution.”
  4. relationships
    Look Out, Love Is Blind Might Be Casting New YorkersProducers seem to be targeting people who use dating apps.
  5. many mouths to feed
    The Secondhand Refrigerators Feeding New YorkersCommunity fridges across the city are fighting food insecurity, reducing waste, and uniting neighbors.
  6. the wedding files
    The Indian Wedding That Stopped Traffic on Fifth Avenue“Hordes and hordes of tourists were elbowing our family out of the way to film Tyler on the horse.”
  7. the epstein case
    Prince Andrew’s Testimony Formally Requested in Epstein InvestigationProsecutors are formally seeking Prince Andrew’s cooperation in the criminal investigation into the late sex offender’s alleged co-conspirators.
  8. protests
    ‘The Next Thing I Remember, I’m on the Ground.’City Council candidate Marti Gould Cummings on being arrested for protesting.
  9. the bigger picture
    Photographing the New New YorkCheryl Dunn captures the city’s suddenly quiet streets.
  10. fashion
    Get Ready for Drive-in Fashion HappeningsPyer Moss designer Kerby Jean-Raymond plans to host a live New York Fashion Week event.
  11. q&a
    Dreamy Photos of New York, From a Captain America ActorSebastian Stan on the city he’ll never leave.
  12. style
    How to Dress Like a Cool Skater TeenA new quarantine hobby for you.
  13. the wedding files
    The Brides Served Umbrella Donuts and Balloon Cakes“I knew we were never going to get married if I didn’t do it my way.”
  14. the wedding files
    A Sparkly Wedding in a Greenhouse UpstateWith a confetti motif, from the save-the-dates to the favors.
  15. grieving new york
    Everything in This City Is Named for Somebody DeadWhen most people consider their demise, they depend on the consolation that they’ll be mourned.
  16. coronavirus
    What New York’s Stay-at-Home Order MeansSocial gatherings of any size are banned, and nonessential workers have to stay home.
  17. coronavirus
    All Salons in New York Are Closing IndefinitelyHair salons, nail salons, and tattoo parlors are the latest spaces that have to shut their doors due to the coronavirus.
  18. coronavirus
    Doesn’t a To-Go Negroni Sound Nice Right Now?Some New York bars are now offering their signature cocktails to-go.
  19. coronavirus
    How to Help Feed New Yorkers During the Coronavirus PandemicThe city’s most vulnerable populations can’t necessarily go grocery shopping.
  20. coronavirus
    A City of BodiesThe week we started hoarding beans.
  21. coronavirus
    Drinking Beer in Bushwick Amid a PandemicGeneration Z’s viral nihilism.
  22. the epstein case
    Prince Andrew Reportedly Still Refusing to Cooperate in Epstein CaseU.S. prosecutors say he still hasn’t agreed to be interviewed by the FBI, despite his insistence to the contrary.
  23. male anatomy
    I Went on a Tour of (and With) the Met’s MembersDoes size matter?
  24. the sea
    Is He Hiding a Boat From You?We know of at least one husband guilty of owning a secret boat.
  25. power
    They Were Freed From a Nightmarish Facility. But the Abuse Didn’t Stop.Decades after a notorious home for children with disabilities was shut down, many of the victims are still being mistreated.
  26. power
    Exploitation Is Still Rampant in NYC Nail SalonsManicurists in the city lose an average of $181 per week owing to wage theft, according to a new study.
  27. art and soul
    The Hotel That Doubles As a Gallery SpaceA guided tour through the Crosby Street Hotel’s art collection.
  28. inspiration
    82-Year-Old Woman Makes Intruder Regret Breaking Into Her Home“I said to myself, ‘If it’s my time to go to hell, I’m taking him with me!’”
  29. dreams and (sur)reality
    Fort Makers Throws a Dinner Party Worthy of DalíA new group show draws on the tradition of the surrealist’s lawless, absurd fêtes.
  30. feature
    A Party Drug for the End of the WorldHow ketamine became the vice of choice for our dissociated moment.
  31. campaign
    The North Face Revives the ’95 Denali JacketWith an adorable campaign shot in New York City.
  32. crime
    White Girls, Aged 10 and 11, Arrested for Attacking Black Classmate on the BusOne of them has been charged with a hate crime in the alleged brutal attack.
  33. butt stuff
    What The Hell Is Butt-Con?The convention, which is coming to New York City, bills itself as “Comic-Con… but with way more butts!”
  34. labor
    Barstool Sports Founder Throws Long, Possibly Illegal Twitter TantrumIn an incredibly ill-advised move, Dave Portnoy has threatened to fire any employee who tries to unionize.
  35. politics
    Could New York Become the First State to Decriminalize Sex Work?Decrim NY and a handful of legislators have introduced a first-of-its-kind bill that would fully decriminalize the sex trades.
  36. pets
    New York Could Become the First State to Ban Declawing CatsThe practice has long been called “inhumane.”
  37. new york
    Buy Pastries, Support Abortion RightsOn May 19, Café Altro Paradiso will host its third-annual bake sale benefiting Planned Parenthood NYC.
  38. crime
    The Most Disturbing Details From the NXIVM Sex-Cult Case“NXIVM was a crime organization and Keith Raniere was a crime boss,” U.S. Attorney Tanya Hajjar said on the first day of trial.
  39. crime
    Bus Driver Who Admitted to Raping 14-Year-Old Girl Will Spend No Time in JailThe judge considered him a low-risk offender because he has no prior arrests and only assaulted one victim.
  40. abortion
    A Decision in Kansas May Show How Abortion Rights Could Outlive Roe v. WadeThe Kansas Supreme Court’s decision may lead other states to establish abortion rights that could survive a reversal of Roe v. Wade.
  41. work
    The Playboy Club Reportedly Fired Half Its Bunnies Over ‘Bad’ ServiceAnd remaining Bunnies’ pay was slashed from $40 to $25 an hour, per a source.
  42. crime
    A Comprehensive Timeline of the NXIVM Sex-Cult CaseFrom founder Keith Raniere’s arrest in March 2018 to Allison Mack’s guilty plea this week.
  43. crime
    David Blaine Faces Two New Sexual-Assault AccusationsThe department has reportedly taken statements from two women.
  44. sex work
    Are Politicians Finally Ready to Take Sex Workers Seriously?Sex workers say anything short of full decriminalization puts them in danger. Progressives like Jessica Ramos are finally starting to listen to them.
  45. lawsuits
    NYPD Accused of Forcing Woman to Give Birth While Chained to Bed“Shortly after she gave birth, NYPD officers again shackled her… Ms. Doe struggled to feed her new baby with one arm.”
  46. mandarin duck
    Call Off the Manhunt: The Hot Duck Is BackThe hot duck briefly disappeared from Central Park, but it’s okay.
  47. new york city baby
    Everyone Loves the Hot DuckThe Central Park mandarin duck has captivated all of New York City.
  48. lawsuits
    Harvey Weinstein Sexually Assaulted 16-Year-Old, New Lawsuit ClaimsThe woman, identified as “Jane Doe,” is joining the expanding class-action lawsuit against the disgraced Hollywood mogul.
  49. queen of mayhem
    Enter the Miss Subway Pageant for Your Shot at Being Crowned Queen of HellThe New York City Miss Subway Pageant is back for the first time in 42 years.
  50. 2018 midterms
    Andrew Cuomo Finally Agreed to Debate Cynthia NixonAfter months of declining to engage Nixon in debate, the current New York governor has laid out his terms.
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