James Gray, Queens Kid, Comes Home
The director of “Ad Astra” talks to Hell Gate about the unsparing truth of his latest film, “Armageddon Time.”
It’s Not Just You: NYC Has a Serious Dungeon Master Shortage
As the pandemic ushered in well-publicized worker shortages, Dungeons & Dragons is experiencing its own labor crisis.
Hell Gate's Spring Sale
Photos: A Brief Taxonomy of the 20 Kinds of Mutant Bikes at Bike Kill
Couch bike? Swing bike? Surf bike? Choose your fighter.
Ka’s History Repeats Itself
Ever-widening inequality tears New York's character to pieces and plows it under the ground—and that's where Ka's new album finds him.
How a South Brooklyn Synagogue Became a Legendary All-Ages Punk Venue
On Saturday nights, Beth Ahavath Sholom transformed into a place where all were welcome to mosh.
The U.S. Open Qualies and Queens
For a week, it’s just barely worth all that the U.S. Open has taken from a borough it mostly ignores.
Katz’s Deli Hosted a Diplo Show on Sunday Night
Sausage party at Katz's.
Love All: More New Yorkers Are Discovering the Joy of Tennis
Fitness, fashion, fun, if you can stand the wait for a court.
Splendor and Destruction on the Gowanus
A floating barge on the Gowanus becomes the unlikely but inevitable site for a musical meditation on climate change and what comes after.