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Max Rivlin-Nadler

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.

They Came to NYC Looking for a Better Life. NYC Is Sending Them Packing

Shuffled from shelter to shelter, some migrants are beginning to accept the City's offer of a one-way ticket out of town.

November 1, 2023

A Private Equity Firm Bought This East Village Apartment Complex. A Year Later, Most of the Original Tenants Are Gone

Good Cause Eviction laws would have helped keep those tenants in their homes, and made life for remaining tenants easier.

October 26, 2023

New York’s Climate Goals Had a Really Bad Week

For a plan where everything had to go right, a whole lot has suddenly gone wrong.

October 23, 2023

New York Public Radio Fires 20 Staff as High-Paid Executives Refuse to Cut Their Six-Figure Salaries

"It is not a good use of any of our time, looking in the rearview mirror and trying to figure out where we should place blame," New York Public Radio's CEO told staff on Friday.

Get to Know the New York Liberty, So You Can Sound Cool & Knowledgable While They Crush the WNBA Finals

"Did you know backup center Stefanie Dolson's family goes back in New York State to before the Revolutionary War? Bet you didn't! I am soooo wise."

MTA’s 20-Year To-Do List: Fix All the Ancient, Busted-Ass Stuff, Then Maybe Some New Subway Lines?

Here's what the MTA is going to focus on for the next generation or so.

October 5, 2023

New York’s Long Basketball Nightmare is Over: The Liberty Are Going to the Finals

The hottest team in New York is on the way to play the hated Aces in the championship round.

October 2, 2023

‘Water Filled the Whole Bus Up to the Seats’: Scenes From New York’s Climate Apocalypse Flooding

How New Yorkers—the vast majority of whom were unaware in the morning of what lay in wait for them on their commutes—navigated Friday's flood waters, stalled trains, and drowning buses.