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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.

Bed-Stuy Bikes Still Wants to Build the Bike-Repair Trade School of the Future

The worker cooperative is having a tough winter, but sees brighter days ahead for both the cooperative and bike mechanics across the city.

February 12, 2024

New Body Cam Footage Shows NYPD Started Confrontation With Migrants in Times Square

"Looks like Ugly Betty, eh?" a man says, a moment before an NYPD officer pushes him against the wall.

With a Summer of Painful Shutdowns Looming, Can the G Train Get Back to Forest Hills?

What it will take for the the MTA's most-neglected line to finally return to glory.

After Migrants Showed Up in Tompkins Square Park, the Adams Administration Pulled the Port-a-Potties

The Parks Department, unwilling to keep up maintenance for the port-a-potties while the park's bathrooms are being rebuilt, just got rid of them entirely.

Migrants Are Outside, Cold, and Hungry. Volunteers Are Trying to Feed Them. The Adams Administration Isn’t Helping

After promises from the City that funding for a volunteer group would help pay for warm meals, the City hasn't sent over a cent.

Eric Adams and Kathy Hochul Suddenly Remember That We Collect Taxes to Pay for Services

Be grateful, peons, that your leaders have backed off the imaginary budget crisis they were engineering like a month ago.

January 16, 2024

Jenifer Rajkumar Isn’t Giving Up on Eric Adams

Despite the mayor's sinking approval ratings and the specter of a federal corruption probe, one of his staunchest allies is sticking by his side.