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Why Is It So Hard to Buy a Copy of the Times?

Once ubiquitous, now surprisingly tough to find.
  1. Qualeasha Wood Wants to Get Crab Legs With Cardi B. The textile artist answers Curbed’s “21 Questions.”
  2. All These Sharks Is Actually Good News A shark expert explains.
  3. A Bike Lane Built for a Car Crash Why did L.A.’s 6th Street Bridge turn into just another altar to the automobile?
  4. The French-Bulldog Drama That You Needed The situation has spiraled.
  5. The Weed Merchants of Washington Square Park “We try to keep this very professional, seven days a week, as a business.”
  6. We’ve Surrendered the Subway to the Flood The water is winning.
  7. What to Do With a Crumbling Church West Park Presbyterian wants to demolish its deteriorating landmark building. We asked an architecture firm for a plan to keep it standing.
  8. Design Gallerist Jean Lin Used to Bedazzle Skullcaps for J. Lo The owner of Colony answers Curbed’s “21 Questions.”
  9. The Second Amendment Takes Aim At the First It’s shutting down New Yorkers’ right to public space.
  10. 52 Empty School Buses Drove to Ted Cruz’s House The mobile memorial is visiting NRA-funded politicians to remind them of the 4,368 U.S. children murdered by gun violence since 2020.
  11. Defending a Soho Abortion Clinic How one reproductive rights collective directly confronts the religious anti-abortion group trying to interrupt Planned Parenthood
  12. Caroline Calloway’s ‘$3,000’ ‘Murano-Glass’ Chandelier Is Probably Neither “Murano”? Maybe no.
  13. Storming the Hamptons A weekend of protests, featuring private planes and bewildered J.Crew customers.
  14. At 90, James Wines Never Goes a Day Without Drawing The architect answers Curbed’s “21 Questions.”
  15. NYCHA Delays E-Bike Ban As Delivery Workers Push Back “You are forcing them to choose between their work and their home.”
  16. The Look Book Goes to a Manhattan Yacht Party On a recent Saturday night, guests left Pier 40 for Pure on the Hudson, an annual all-white-outfit-themed dinner cruise and dance party.
  17. The NYPD Changed Its Fitness-Test Requirements And some cops are upset about it.
  18. Why Is No One Talking About This Bike Lane in Westworld? I need people to be talking about it.
  19. Fleet of Tiny Street Sweepers Coming to a Bike Lane Near You Cute.
  20. The Lobby Newsstand Could be the Future of Abortion People lease federal land to sell chips and drill for oil. Why not a clinic?
  21. Obama Blames Liberal NIMBYs for the Housing Crisis Too At the American Institute of Architects’ 2022 convention, he criticized “bipartisan resistance” to affordable, mixed-income housing.
  22. Inside Olympic Tower, Where Foreign Billionaires Have Long Flocked The midtown high-rise is ideal for those who’d rather not do much of anything themselves.
  23. Walking the Mall With Alexandra Lange The architecture critic and Meet Me by the Fountain author sizes up her local food court.
  24. Ruoyi Jiang Hates the Lower East Side’s Bad Public Art The founder of Chop Suey Club answers Curbed’s “21 Questions.”
  25. Eric Adams Tracks Homeless Encampments on a Google Doc It’s his “system,” and he gets mad when police don’t use it.
  26. The Look Book Goes to a WNBA Game On a recent Sunday at Barclays Center, we spoke to fans moments after the Chicago Sky beat the New York Liberty.
  27. Dario Calmese Misses His Jean Paul Gaultier Corset The artist answers Curbed’s “21 Questions.”
  28. Can Dumbo’s Selfie Street Handle Another Attraction? Performance artists and TikTok influencers will have to learn to share the cobblestones.
  29. Hoboken Hasn’t Had a Traffic Death in 4 Years. What’s It Doing Right? For starters: Street corners rebuilt for visibility, and decisive politicians.
  30. The Weed World Trucks Are Apparently Terrible at Parking According to this week’s impound rate.
  31. How I Found the New Roof Park at Pier 57 The city’s newest public park tries to be everything at once and ends up feeling like a private space.
  32. The 3-Day Return to Office Is, So Far, a Dud Hybrid work is supposed to be the future of the office. Except a lot of people just don’t like it.
  33. Cars Stuck Like the Suez Canal but in the Bronx.
  34. Google Maps Renamed Bedford Avenue ‘Maple Avenue’ But they’re trying to fix it.
  35. What a Wood Boat and a Concrete Chaise Reveal About the African Diaspora A sculpture exhibition at Brooklyn Bridge Park explores modern Black identity.
  36. Laura Raicovich Thinks Museums Should Have Fewer Shows a Year The writer and curator answers Curbed’s “21 Questions.”
  37. Outsourcing Public Bathrooms to Starbucks Maybe Wasn’t the Best Idea What Howard Schultz giveth, Howard Schultz may taketh away.
  38. The Morgan Library’s Gilded Age Garden Gets a Glow-up A restoration that looks as rich as it should.
  39. Somehow, the Rental Market Is Only Getting Worse Prepare for a hellish summer.
  40. The Look Book Goes to a Marc Jacobs Sample Sale Shoppers waited for hours — and in some cases bought spots at the front of the line — in hope of snagging their desired designs for less.
  41. The Talented Security Guards of the Met They’re enforcers, tour guides, artists.
  42. For Fire Victims, a Year of Bedbugs, Mold, and Takeout at the Airway Inn The Jackson Heights tenants displaced by a major building fire are still waiting to return home.
  43. Two Upscale Developments Offer Two Divergent Futures for the South Bronx Brookfield’s Bankside looks to Manhattan; the all-affordable Peninsula aims to raise the standard for locals.
  44. A Graphic Designer (and Mets Fan) Is Keeping Shea Stadium’s Neon Alive Next stop: Citi Field?
  45. Signe Nielsen Thinks 5G Towers Will Be a ‘Horrible Imposition’ on Our Streets The landscape architect answers Curbed’s “21 Questions.”
  46. We Already Turned Schools Into Fortresses Kids are dying anyway.
  47. The Pro-Gun, Anti-Door Party After Uvalde, Republicans turn to a bizarre talking point about school safety.
  48. The Strange Case of the Mayor, a Bishop, and the Alleged Q Train Shooter Fraudulent car loans are also tangentially involved.
  49. The Look Book Goes to the Brooklyn Mirage At the season opening of the East Williamsburg venue, ravers braved heavy winds and rain to dance under a new 200-foot-wide video screen.
  50. What’s a Bicycle For? A new book digs into our ambivalent relationship with life on two wheels.
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