40 Years of New York Magazine

Thursday, January 01, 2009

We celebrate the 40th anniversary of New York magazine. A new book, New York Stories, is a collection of some of the magazine’s best articles over the years. Adam Moss is the magazine’s current editor; Gail Sheehy and Pete Hamill are longtime contributors.


Pete Hamill, Adam Moss and Gail Sheehy
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Todd from Brooklyn

I've been a subscriber to New York Magazine for many years.

For the past few years they have been using "near" street or avenue instead of "between" street or avenue.

This vagueness is especially annoying as most of us walk places.

For example; if a place is 33rd Street, near Third Avenue. Is it between Second and Third Avenues or Third and Fourth Avenues.


Jan. 01 2009 12:33 PM

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