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.
Eric Adams: I Will Protect NYC Outdoor Dining And Make Sure the Municipal Lemonade Is Palatable to All Palates
While “knocking down” an abandoned shed, Mayor Eric Adams made clear that his administration won’t be cowed by a small group of dissenting voices.
It’s Thursday, and You Won’t Believe Why Trader Joe’s Shut Down Their Wine Store
Heading into the busiest stretch of the year, Trader Joe’s closed its only wine shop. Workers say it’s union-busting.
The Best NYC Season is Empty Time Summertime
Summer’s homestretch is New York’s greatest season, time to take advantage.
It’s Thursday, and We Need to Talk About Water
“Moisture is the essence of wetness, and wetness is the essence of beauty.” –Derek Zoolander
While Politicians Use Asylum Seekers to Score Points, NYC’s Mutual Aid Groups Are Actually Helping Them
City government has taken a backseat to the efforts of volunteers, who are trying to help migrants navigate New York’s shelter system and land on their feet.
How to Get Rockaway Rocket-pilled
Will expedited ferry service to the Rockaways save the City’s money-suck of a ferry system?
What the Hell Is Going on With NYC Schools Funding?
Parents, educators, and public school advocates have spent the summer battling for the restoration of funds.
Oh God Yes The New Port Authority Bus Terminal Is Gonna Be ‘The Most Desirable Destination in Manhattan’
Now, a pit of despair. Soon? An inescapable and undeniable vortex of desire.
The Future of Open Restaurants Is Somehow Still Wide Open
Lawsuits, more lawsuits, and a ceaseless pandemic might mean the glorious sheds remain during a steamy summer and possibly into infinity.