What Happens When NYC Defunds Libraries
Libraries are already short-staffed. What will happen if their budgets are cut even more?
The HarperCollins Strike Approaches 50 Days: ‘$45K Is Just Not Enough to Live on in NYC’
“We believe that this is our only opportunity to make real change in this industry," union chair Laura Harshberger told Hell Gate.
The Eric Adams Table of Success
Like Free Jazz? Have a Seat on the Carpet in Clinton Hill
In a non-traditional space in Clinton Hill, Blank Forms is making noise.
The Final Smhoakstock
A long-running 36-hour collaborative jam session drops its curtain, as the era of DIY spaces in Brooklyn also draws to a close.
Rev. Billy on the ‘Soul Death of Shopping’ and Finding the ‘Wilderness Area in Ourselves’
The protest stalwart talks about being "being intimate with this apocalypse," ahead of the Stop Shopping Choir's show at Joe's Pub this weekend.
Henry Hill Slept Here: My Journey Through the ‘Goodfellas’ Locations of NYC
The tour’s locations capture a relatively ungentrified slice of deep Brooklyn and Queens, where mobsters once reigned like kings, hijacking and stealing and paying off the cops...And now it’s all over.
No Gods, No Ticketmasters: A Taylor Swift Ticket-Buying Journey
One Swiftie's journey into the heart of Ticketmaster darkness.
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.
Photos: A Brief Taxonomy of the 20 Kinds of Mutant Bikes at Bike Kill
Couch bike? Swing bike? Surf bike? Choose your fighter.