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Gothamist looks at how cherry-picking science became the center of the anti-mask movement in politics and media and then reviews the evidence on the effectiveness of masks and if they cause physical harm.
Brooklyn's hottest new mirage is apparently a dozen block strip on the border of Bed-Stuy and Bushwick, henceforth known as Stuyschwick.
New York Magazine published a long and sympathetic profile piece on Soon-Yi Previn and Woody Allen... written by their good friend.
There's also interest in a movie version.
David Wallace-Wells spoke with scientists to find out climate change's worst-case scenarios. He says the future is bleak, but not as bleak as you think.
"It sounds so bad to say that we were, like, drugging people. But it was, like, normal...What's an extra $20,000 to them?"
The women say Cosby would meet with them, under the guise of forwarding their acting careers, and slip them drugs.
"I went to new York 2 months ago. It was really bad."
Minorities seem to feel that gentrification is bad, but an old white guy disagrees.
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New York wonder "When Did Young People Start Spending 25% of Their Paychecks on Pickled Lamb’s Tongues?" We wonder when we completely stopped caring.
Three years after it bought it, New York Magazine has gone and sold its MenuPages to Seamless.
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