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.
Inside the Fight Over an Unlicensed Market in Sunset Park
While market organizers have resisted getting a permit, a local council member believes their approach has been "very aggressive."
Delivery Workers, Electeds Slam City Hall’s Gift to Uber: Mayor Adams Is ‘Capitulating to Corporate Lobbying’
An inexplicable slashing of a long-planned minimum wage has delivery workers and their advocates pointing the finger at City Hall.
Inside the Courtroom With Donald Trump
It's not easy to arraign a former president.
How Close Is NYC 2023 to the ‘Fear City’ of the 1970s?
Not very, says historian Kim Phillips-Fein.
The Big Ugly Mess Behind New York’s Busted Budget Process
And how the state budget impacts the the city.
Assembly Speaker Says NY Can Improve Long Island Zoning Laws ‘In Another Time and Universe’
A low-density Syosset must be protected at all costs.
The LaGuardia AirTrain, New York’s Dumbest Transit Project, Is Finally Dead
But even with a new plan possibly in place, LaGuardia remains as close and as far as ever.
Why Is Suga Ray on Hunger Strike?
A Queensbridge resident takes a stand to stop the City from handing an underutilized building over to developers, and instead, just for once, give it to the people.
Yes, the Knicks Are Good
This is the first true thing I've said about the Knicks in 23 years.
Flushing Residents Call ‘Bullshit’ on Steve Cohen’s Mets Casino Bid
"Cohen wants to use the casino to take away more of our blood, sweat, and money."