The Inventor Who Wanted to Cover Manhattan With a Giant Dome
Inside New York City's First LGBT Elder Housing Project
This summer, coinciding with the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Riots, New York City’s first ever LGBT elder public housing project will open. Tim Teeman got an early tour.
The Guy Trump Called ‘Fat Jerry’ Is Chairman Nadler Now
The congressman who stood his ground against the developer in New York is up against the president in Washington now.
TALE OF ONE CITY
A $238 Million ‘Billionaire’s Bunker’ and 140 Homeless Men
The man who made New York America’s safest big city died before the building he called home was torn down to make way for a new addition to Manhattan’s Billionaires’ Row.
Goodbye Henri Bendel. An NYC Classic Closes Its Doors
Henri Bendel—which was the first to carry Coco Chanel and hire Andy Warhol—will close in January. Inside the historic department store, we found both nostalgia and indifference.
After Mueller, the ‘Manhattan Madam’ Opens a Beauty Salon
Kristin Davis is opening her 'Bombshell Beauty Lab,' two weeks after giving grand jury testimony in the Mueller probe. ‘This has been a labor of love,’ she told The Daily Beast.
TURNING UP THE HEAT
Occupy Protest Freezes ICE in Manhattan
Demonstrators are going after immigration authorities at their bases of operation, and it seems to be working.
Models Lured Women to Wall Street Sex Dungeon: Lawsuit
Three women have accused Wall Street bigwig Howard Rubin of raping and beating them in his private dungeon—after luring them via models who vouched for him as a ‘good guy.’