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Today β€” January 22nd 2020Your RSS feeds

Could This Be the End of Fairway Markets, a New York Institution?

By Azi Paybarah and Matthew Haag

Speculation of the grocery chain’s possible closings set off lamentations on social media though some said the chain had lost its luster.

What Makes Someone a New Yorker?

By Azi Paybarah

The Brooklyn borough president, Eric Adams, sparked a fierce debate about gentrification after saying newcomers should “go back to Iowa.”

Bioeconomy hype shouldn’t put biodiversity preservation at risk, experts say

By Mateusz Kucharczyk

While experts claim that Poland could become key for the EU’s bioeconomy, scientists are calling for the sustainable use of forest resources in energy production. EURACTIV Poland reports.

In a Crowded New York City, Should Newcomers β€˜Go Back to Iowa’?

By Emma G. Fitzsimmons

The Brooklyn borough president, Eric Adams, sparked a conversation on gentrification and what makes someone a New Yorker.

Yesterday β€” January 21st 2020Your RSS feeds

Should I Tell My Aunt That Her Costume Is Racist?

By Kwame Anthony Appiah

The magazine’s Ethicist columnist on the trouble with criticizing “cultural appropriation” and more.

β€˜I Was Wrong,’ Bloomberg Says. But This Policy Still Haunts Him.

By Emma G. Fitzsimmons and Joseph Goldstein

After defending the stop-and-frisk policing tactic, the former mayor apologized. But black voters in the Democratic presidential race may not forgive him.

My AirPods Fell Through a Subway Grate. Here’s How I Got Them Back.

By Sandra E. Garcia

Over 7,000 electronics items were found throughout the subway system last year. Earbuds are the most common thing lost.

How to Convince a White Realtor You’re Middle Class

By Karyn Lacy

Black people expend daily energy to counteract racial stereotypes and get fair treatment.

The Sea Wall That Trump Calls β€˜Foolish’

By Azi Paybarah

The Army Corps of Engineers is looking at several plans, and all but one of them involve some kind of wall.

Fighting Back With Color

By Guy Trebay

The runways of this season — from Dior Men to Heron Preston — certainly don’t look like the all-white lineups of the past.

β€˜At 5 P.M., a Woman in a Mechanized Wheelchair Is Loading a Dryer’

At the corner laundromat, human punctuation on the subway and more reader tales of New York City in this week’s Metropolitan Diary.

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Unmasking a Company That Wants to Unmask Us All

By Kashmir Hill

I reported on an app, created by the company Clearview AI, that can identify people in seconds using a trove of photos collected from across the web.

The Kansas City Chiefs Waited 50 Years for This Super Bowl Date

By Bill Pennington

In their last appearance, in 1970, they defeated the Minnesota Vikings. Then came a long drought noted by a lonely stadium flag.

He Was Charged With 4 Bank Heists, and Freed. Then He Struck Again, Police Say.

By Tracey Tully and Sean Piccoli

A man accused of robbing banks in New York City had been released under a Jan. 1 law that ended bail for most nonviolent charges.

Kansas City Shooting Leaves 2 Dead and at Least 15 Wounded

By Christine Hauser and Karen Zraick

Hours after the Kansas City Chiefs clinched a spot in the Super Bowl, shots erupted outside a club near the stadium.

The Kansas City Chiefs Waited 50 Years for This Super Bowl Date

By Bill Pennington

In their last appearance, in 1970, they defeated the Minnesota Vikings. Then came a long drought noted by a lonely stadium flag.

The Neighborhoods We Will Not Share

By Richard Rothstein

Persistent housing segregation lies at the root of many of our society’s problems. Trump wants to make it worse.

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