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Back to School

Inside the city’s
impossible

planning project.
(It’s not going well.)

By Keith Gessen

August 3–16, 2020

®

What Makes a Lawyer Bomb a Cop Car? By Lisa Miller, p.18 / Advice From a Radical Queer Feminist By Molly Fischer, p.30

Back to School

Inside the city•s
impossible

planning project.
(It•s not going well.)

By Keith Gessen

August 3…16, 2020

®

What Makes a Lawyer Bomb a Cop Car? By Lisa Miller, p.18/ Advice From a Radical Queer Feminist By Molly Fischer, p.30

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BID ON: Pair of AHLEM x Leon Bridges limited-edition sunglasses STARTING PRICE: $95

“I did these with the designer Ahlem Manai-Platt: We decided to release 50 pairs in conjunction with my
vinyl for Good Thing. The frames were electrodipped in 22-karat gold and engraved with lyrics from my

single ‘Bad Bad News.’ I wore them to the release party at the Greek Theatre. They looked fly.”

Compiled by
Michelle Rizzi and Chloe Anello

BID ON: Marc Jacobs
leather jacket

worn by Nicky Hilton
STARTING PRICE: $100

“Victoria Beckham
inspired me to buy this
maroon Marc Jacobs

leather motorcycle
jacket. In 2011, I saw
a photograph of her

wearing it in a magazine
and said, ‘I need it!’
My sister, Paris, has
borrowed it, too; she

loves anything pink, and
I’d say maroon

falls in the pink family.”

ONE

OF

Wear
NICKY

HILTON’S
LEATHER
JACKET
(That Paris Hilton

Once Borrowed)

BID ON: Madewell denim jacket signed and
customized by Debby Ryan STARTING PRICE: $50

“This comes with a ‘We Are Starfoxy’ pin (a gift for
the cast of Cover Versions) and one I got in the

Guatemala airport after Adria Arjona’s wedding.”

BID ON: One-of-a-kind blazer designed
by Thakoon Panichgul STARTING PRICE: $50

“I designed this blazer in 2018, but it was never produced
in this colorway. This is the only one that exists. I could’ve

donated a sequin jacket or dress, but they’re just
showpieces. This was created in a navy double-faced wool

plaid fabric that’ll never break down.”

I N V EST I N A

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BLAZER

THAT THAKOON PANICHGUL SAYS

WILL LAST FOREVER

SAWEETIE’S

BID ON: Customized Nike Air Force 1’s worn by
Saweetie in the “My Type” video STARTING PRICE: $500

“I thought it would be dope to hang some customized
sneakers from a basketball rim in my ‘My Type’ music video.

Luckily, the artist Terrance Marley agreed to spray-paint
graffiti on a pair of Air Force 1’s. I saw them and fell in love.”

Kick Around in

BID ON: Signed test pressings of Phoebe Bridgers’s vinyl albums
Punisher and Stranger in the Alps STARTING PRICE: $40

“A test press is the sample of a musician’s vinyl record that’s
created to make sure the final vinyl record isn’t fucked up.

They’re never released to the public. And, to me, these
pressings are the most ceremonious version of my music.”

PHOEBE BRIDGERS’s

LEON BRIDGES’s
50 Pairs of ENGRAVED SHADES

EARLY-VERSION

VINYL

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BID ON: Unused pink Bose QC35 headphones owned by Roxane Gay STARTING PRICE: $50

“Everyone I know swears by these Bose headphones. I travel constantly, and that means
having to listen to a lot of people when I don’t want to. These just drown out sound—my wife,
too, never leaves our New York City home without them. They’re the best antisocial device.”

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Approachable, Unusual Hikes
So many more New Yorkers are hiking this summer. In order to avoid the dozens of other people who had the same idea to spend their

Saturday at Bear Mountain, Nikita Richardson talked to three rangers and three frequent hikers and found a selection of surprising, slightly
less popular options (including one with a pen of poison-ivy-eating goats) that are suitable for even the least experienced of hikers.

➽Avoid Breakneck Ridge. Longtime popular hiking spots like Harriman State Park, Bear Mountain, Minnewaska

State Park Preserve, and Breakneck Ridge are especially overrun at the moment. “We open at 9 a.m., and there are

hundreds of cars waiting to get in,” says Eric Humphrey, manager of Minnewaska State Park Preserve. “So even coming

early isn’t necessarily the best solution.” With the pandemic crowds in mind, in June, the New York State Parks Depart-

ment released the NY State Parks Explorer app, which features more than 246 parks, historical sites, and recreation

trails as well as details on when they’re open, what amenities are available, and directions. The app makes it easy to find

less-busy alternatives—rangers suggest searching in the section called “Hidden Gems” (one recommendation there:

Sterling Forest State Park, where hikers can see songbirds, hawks, and the occasional black bear). ➽If you’re carless,

pick something accessible by train. Melissa “Click” Goodwin, a Brooklyn-based hiking guide, recommends the

Sugarloaf Hill–Osborn Loop Trail, which starts in the parking lot at the Garrison Metro-North station, is mostly flat,

and features abandoned buildings and graffiti. Afterward, she says, stop at nearby Dolly’s for a soft-shell-crab roll. Or

take the same train to Tarrytown, where you can grab a taxi to the entrance of Rockefeller State Park Preserve, a former

country estate of the Rockefeller family with 45 miles of 16-foot-wide paths. Fifty minutes north, there’s the Fishkill

Ridge Trail, which is an 11-minute taxi ride from the Beacon station and known for its steep upward climb (and oft-

circling turkey vultures, bald eagles, and falcons), and the significantly easier Riverfront Trail in Long Dock Park, which

abuts the Beacon stop and passes by a factory that once churned out bricks (some of which of which ended up in the

Empire State Building and Rockefeller Center). ➽If you have a car, drive to Dutchess County. Mike Todd, founder

of Hike the Hudson Valley, likes the 14,000-acre Fahnestock State Park (a 90-minute drive from the city) and, in par-

ticular, the 1.5-mile-long, kid-friendly Pelton Pond Trail. The parking lot generally has spots, he says, and there are often

beavers congregated around the pond. For a slightly longer hike, Todd recommends heading to the nearby Staatsburgh

State Historic Site, where the 65-room Beaux-Arts Mills Mansion marks the beginning of a trail that goes right up

against the Hudson River—so close you can dip your feet in. If you don’t mind a slightly longer drive (about two hours),

take the ADA-compliant Ashokan Rail Trail in Ulster County, recommended by Rita Shaheen, director of parks at

Scenic Hudson. The entrance has a pen of goats, which are brought out to eat poison ivy on the property. ➽Don’t

count out New Jersey. The New York–New Jersey Trail Conference is an excellent resource for finding less-populous

hikes as close to the New York state line as Ringwood State Park and as far as Washington Crossing (which hugs the

border of Pennsylvania), according to Justin Bailey, a New York State licensed hiking guide. The site recommends

against visiting the typically overrun Wawayanda State Park. Instead, try the Ringwood Manor Trail, an 80-minute

drive from the city. About a two-hour loop, it starts at a 210-year-old Federal-style estate of iron magnates Peter Cooper

and Abram S. Hewitt. And if you want to swim, the nearby 3.5-mile Monument Trail Loop off Route 23 features access

to the famously clear-watered Lake Marcia. ➽Or just hike in the city. In Brooklyn, there’s the Ravine in Prospect

Park, which was designed by Olmsted and Vaux with the Adirondacks in mind, winds through waterfalls and a small

gorge and is considered Brooklyn’s sole forest. Or take the ferry to Staten Island and hike through High Rock Park, a

2,800-acre conservancy with six walking trails. Tara Abell, Vulture editor and Staten Island native, recommends the

relatively flat 12-mile Blue Trail, which “is so wooded you feel like you’re upstate” and takes you to Todt Hill, one of the

highest points on the Eastern Seaboard. And if you want to end up in Manhattan, there’s the Old Croton Aqueduct Trail,

which starts in Yonkers and runs 26 miles to Cortlandt. To access it from the city, take the 4 train to Woodlawn, then

Westchester’s Country 20 Bee-Line bus to Central Park Avenue. It’s worth taking the three-and-a-half-hour (completely

flat) walk from Yonkers to Tarrytown, where you can easily pop out onto Sunnyside Lane to peek into Washington Irving’s

estate and, a mile north, railroad magnate Jay Gould’s Gothic Revival mansion, where you can see the half-destroyed

remains of a Lord & Burnham greenhouse and a garden that contains 500 roses set in three concentric rings.

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The end of the
fame-and-cred indie

art dream of Gavin
Brown’s Enterprise.

Trump’s dog-
whistle reelection

strategy is all he
has left.

Tom Cotton
seems like an

“unnecessary
evil.”

Troy Young, who blew
up Hearst magazines,

blows himself up.

Did anybody ever
shop at that

Neiman’s in Hudson
Yards anyway?

The New York Times
lets us in on how
tricky it is to turn

a country house into
a pandemic home …

That extra $600
unemployment benefit ends

because people definitely
aren’t still unemployed in

record numbers.

Federal troops turn
Portland, Oregon, into

a war zone. Which
rebellious liberal city

is next?

Bill Barr, unbothered
before Congress.

The Emmys snub
every trans actor on

Pose but recognize
Baby Yoda …

Adriana Loureiro
Fernández’s series “Paraíso

Perdido” at the Bronx
Documentary Center’s Latin

American Foto Festival.

John Waters,
pope of trash,

is the face
of Saint Laurent.

… And also acquires the
company behind Serial,

a match made in media-
monopoly heaven.

The Apocalypse Factory,
Steve Olson’s history of

a rural Washington
town crucial to the birth

of nukes.

AOC never pulls
her punches.

Venice Film Festival
masks up, and the
show will go on …

If you’re too afraid to
visit the Met, sit home

and read Art=, the
museum’s enormous
coffee-table book.

Kerry James Marshall’s
bird-appreciation
paintings online at

David Zwirner.
Karens not allowed!

… But at least the
entirely too prescient
Watchmen gets the

most noms this year.

… While movie studios
strike deals so you

can stream new releases
faster, since you still

can’t leave your
apartment, maybe ever.

… Unrelated: Martha
Stewart would like you to

know she owns a pool
and looks good in it.

NBA in the (hopefully)
coronavirus-free
Magic Kingdom.

Ex-Deadspin staffers
start spinoff site,

Defector, after their old
one was run into the

ground by a herb
named Jim Spanfeller.

Taylor Swift finally
nails a queer song without

queer-baiting.

Outerspace,
Bushwick’s tropical-
themed pandemic-
friendly picnic-table

restaurant.

P-Valley’s gravity-
defying pole dances.

Wheel of Fortune
and Jeopardy! redo

their sets and
resume production …

… Until then, we’ll take
Alex Trebek’s

emotional new
memoir for $400.

Aparna from Indian
Matchmaking’s

hatred of literally
everything.

The artist formerly
known as Sporty

Spice’s new single.

A (flattering) black-
and-white selfie

to show just how woke
you are …

After 52 years of serving
plantain fried rice,

Cuban-Chinese staple
La Caridad 78, closes …

… And so does the
innovative Indonesian

spot Bali Kitchen.

With an outbreak in
the Miami Marlins

clubhouse, the MLB
season is already off

to a rough start …

… Meanwhile, the
president makes up

Yankees invite.

The Chainsmokers.
In the Hamptons.

With a DJ set by the CEO
of Goldman Sachs.

Turns out Ellen’s “Be
kind” motto wasn’t

strictly enforced.

97-degree weather …

… 98-degree weather …

… And then Con Ed
emails you warning that

it’s so hot you
might lose power.

Hungry sharks off
Long Island beaches!

A Star Is Bored,
a wacky novel by

Carrie Fisher’s former
personal assistant

Byron Lane.

Even if you don’t have
13 million followers like

Chrissy Teigen, it’s probably
a good idea to skip tweeting
that joke about somebody

who was just shot.

Zipping around on
Revel scooters

can—big surprise—
kill you.

These might be
the last years

of the polar bear.

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2 Jefferson Avenue, Short Hills. $5,995,000. 6.37 1.83AC 12 E Hartshorn Drive, Short Hills. $4,880,000. 7.27 1.44AC

7 W Beechcroft Road, Short Hills. $3,399,000. 6.17 .62AC 118 Forest Drive, Short Hills. $3,300,000. 5.28 1.21AC

50 Hilltop Road, Short Hills. $2,895,000. 35 Lakeview Avenue, Short Hills. $2,875,000.7.16 .59AC 5.25 .69 AC

275 Hobart Avenue, Short Hills. $3,118,000. 6.15 1.0AC 165 Long Hill Drive, Short Hills. $3,099,000. 5.16 .55AC

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