Max Rivlin-Nadler is a co-publisher of Hell Gate. He’s reported for Gothamist, The New York Times, Village Voice and NPR. You can find him walking his dog, Stiva, or surfing in the Rockaways.
The Cam’ron MetroCard Is a Fitting Send-Off
Killa Cam will help commuters avoid OMNY through 2024.
After Telling Them There’s ‘No Room’ in NYC, Mayor Adams Now Says Sheltering Migrants Is the ‘Right Thing to Do’
The mayor would very much like someone else to help pay for all this, while threatening further cuts to city programs.
Scenes from the Teen Twitch-Induced Level-Four NYPD Mobilization in Union Square
We will not pretend to know exactly what caused this, but it happened.
Don’t Believe the Hype: Outdoor Dining to Mostly End in 2024
Ignore the spin—this is it, folks.
Comptroller: New York Really, Really Needs To Hustle To Hit Climate Goals
As the world burns, New York is in real danger of missing its once-heralded climate compact.
Will the City Finally Take Over Citi Bike?
Lyft is probably getting rid of Citi Bike—so what happens now?
Life at a Migrant Respite Center in Midtown: ‘Sometimes People Fight Just Because It’s So Hot in There’
There's no air-conditioning, conditions are cramped, and inexperienced staff are from a contractor with no experience running shelters.
Eric Adams’s Former Chief of Staff Is Working for Big Real Estate But Definitely Not Working on Big Real Estate’s Effort to Kill NYC’s Climate Law
Ha ha, why would you even think that?
Actors Join the Writers on the Picket Line: ‘I Don’t Want to Be Replaced by Artificial Intelligence’
A roiling hot summer of labor action has basically shut down the entertainment industry.
Just How Close Is This Straw Donor Scandal to Eric Adams?
You have questions, we have answers (and some revelations!).