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.
Subway Series Quiz: Is This a Yankees Fan or a Mets Fan?
Can you spot the differences?
ICE Just Abruptly Moved Dozens of Immigrant Detainees From NY to Mississippi
The transfers came after immigrant detainees at the Orange County Jail in Goshen, New York, complained about rotten and unappetizing food, racial insults by guards, limited medical care, and a lack of access to their lawyers.
Civil Court Campaign Devolves Into Illegal Anti-Juggler Mudslinging
Overnight, parts of lower Manhattan were plastered with posters accusing a civil court candidate of not only being a Trump appointee, but also, a literal clown.
Scenes From a Militarized NYPD Funeral in Carroll Gardens
"He was a full-fledged conspiracy theorist. That's okay. Our love for Captain Scholl was unconditional."
Where Does Upstate Begin If You Are Traveling at the Speed of Light?
"Upstate" depends on who's asking the question.
What Crash? NY’s Political Leaders Are Still Crazy For Crypto
Despite a complete collapse in the crypto market, New York’s leaders are still making money from it—through campaign donations.
Public Swimming Programs Had Been Drowning For Months. Why Didn’t City Hall Save Them?
Other cities have found solutions to the "national lifeguard shortage."
What Does Big Crypto Want From Governor Hochul and Her Running Mate?
The legislature moved to cut down on crypto mining in the state. Now investors may be bracing for an existential battle.
Queens DA Drops Murder Charges Against Prakash Churaman
“I feel free. No doubt, no uncertainty, there’s nothing hanging over me. I finally feel free.”