Since 1968, New York magazine has been bringing its readers up close and personal with all that defines New York City. Each issue serves as a critical guide to what's new in the city, featuring reviews of everything from restaurants and movies to theatre and art. Often formatted as an outline of events broken down by neighborhood, the Agenda section encourages readers to go where they've never gone before and explore all that New York City has to offer. Beyond local coverage, New York magazine provides you with timely insight on the trends and people shaping the U.S. and beyond. Thorough articles take on national and international issues with the unique journalistic perspective that has made New York magazine a standout publication.

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Customer Reviews

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    Keeps me in touch with this crazy (wonderful) city

    It's weird that most of these other reviews are concerned with subscription problems. I just moved to the city last year, and subscribed to both Time Out New York and New York magazine. After about a month, I found myself tossing out TONY, which with its papery material feels more like a TV guide to me, and instead carrying my copy of New York everywhere I go.

    While TONY is more comprehensive about local events (i.e. readings, concerts, theatre, movies, etc.), New York magazine focuses more on New York culture and news, and especially emphasizing the media's current focus. For instance, last week's issue had Caroline Kennedy on the cover.

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    Why doesn't LA have a mag like this?!

    I absolutely love New York magazine. I have never lived in NYC and might not make it there, but the magazine still seems relevant to me. Being a weekly, the articles are always timely, interesting and important. Not only does New York provide a sense of what is going on in NYC, it also takes on national and international issues - politics to pop culture. I always read mine cover to cover and desperately wish L.A. had a magazine like this (Los Angeles magazine SUCKS). Funny, to the point, interesting.

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    Love it!

    Better than Time Out.


    Excellent food reviews.

    Well written articles.

    I'm a fan!

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