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Sharon Zukin's Prayer for The City

The author of Naked City laments New York's astounding loss of authenticity.

Government

New York City's Subway Savant

Benjamin Kabak's Second Avenue Sagas blog has New York's public-transportation system covered.

Law

Guilt and the Innocence Project

An investigative reporter comes to grips with those hopeless inmates whose cases he doesn't take on.

Politics

Between a Hipster and a Hard Place

Baruch Herzfeld, the self-anointed entertainer, interloper, and protector of Williamsburg, tries to bring biking to the neighborhood's ultra-Orthodox community.

Books

The Existential Martin Eisenstadt

Harding Institute senior fellow and GOP attack dog fights Liberal media claims that he’s not real.

Science

Save Us, Sarah Palin!

Is Obama weak on aliens and aliens?

Government

Daniel Gross Will Burst Your Bubble

A veteran business writer speculates on the American economy.

Politics

The Post-Election News Flash

Several election stories surfaced after the votes were counted, thanks to confidentiality agreements between reporters and campaigns. But does a journalist have an obligation to report newsworthy information promptly?

Politics

The Election's Greatest Hits, Volume II

Gelf highlights the unimportant issues that received the most inordinate coverage in the presidential race.

Law

Cop in the Classroom

Cop in the Hood writer Peter Moskos tells Gelf about how he went from the ivory tower to the street and back again.

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