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Manhattan

  1. chat room
    Rachel Brosnahan Auditioned for Mrs. Maisel While Terribly Sick“I was so sick, I couldn’t touch anybody. My feet were sweating so much I had to take my shoes off.”
  2. What’s Going on at WGN America?How the Chicago sports channel rebranded itself.
  3. goodbyes
    Goodbye Manhattan, the Historical Drama That Never Took OffNot with a bang or a whimper, just a slightly smaller bang.
  4. chat room
    Mamie Gummer on the Skill Women Have to Practice“[Women] can be adversarial and annoying and also really endearing when [they] need to be.”
  5. Toward a Unified Theory of Joan DidionThere’s nothing to be ashamed of in loving Joan Didion, whether you’re a 20-something woman who’d wear Céline if she could afford it or a Gen X man in corduroys.
  6. new york city
    Wes Anderson’s Municipal Periwinkle Penny-Farthing (It’s a Citi Bike)Chapter 1.
  7. never forget
    Tim Gunn Started Drinking Manhattans After 9/11It’s part of his Sunday routine.
  8. tv review
    TV Review: Manhattan Is Strong But Not ExplosiveAs in the Manhattan Project.
  9. r.i.p.
    Gordon Willis Shot One of the Great Film Moments“Boy, this is really a great city, I don’t care what anybody says.”
  10. Our Favorite Woody Allen MoviesWoody Allen’s 43rd writer/director effort, Blue Jasmine, made its debut in movie theaters across the country this past weekend. 43 is a lot. […]
  11. infographics
    Woody Allen’s Films As InfographicsEleven classic Woody jokes from films in graph and chart form, including: Annie Hall, Manhattan, Crimes & Misdemeanors, and more!
  12. nail art
    See the Woody Allen Nail Art of Your DreamsFinally.
  13. “George Carlin Way” Is One Step Closer to Becoming a Real StreetA year-long battle to name part of a Manhattan street after legendary comedian George Carlin is finally coming to a close after a process that […]
  14. clickables
    Play a Short Pinball Game on the Manhattan SkylineKa-ching!
  15. Joan Didion’s 1979 Woody Allen TakedownHere’s a 1979 essay by Joan Didion from the New York Review of Books in which she takes aim at Woody Allen’s then-recent “serious” movies: […]
  16. books
    Play Around on the New York Times’ Literary Map of ManhattanA guide to what was said and where, all over the city.
  17. Breaking News: Woody Allen Full of Doubt, Self-LoathingWoody Allen, eternal optimist: “There’s no rhyme or reason to anything that I do. It’s whatever seems right at the time. I’ve never once in my […]