OHNY Stacks: The Encyclopedia of New York
Where: Open House New York
212-991-6470 Price: $5–$8
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The Encyclopedia of New York is a compendium of all the small and large details making up the palimpsest that is New York City. Chris Bonanos, along with an assembly of New York Magazine’s editors, provides poignant vignettes and a deep dive into the hidden histories of the city. The Encyclopedia of New York is a field guide of New York City inventions and their origins. It is an excavation of the city’s architecture and storied accounts.
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Christopher Bonanos has been an editor and writer at New York magazine and its digital siblings for 26 years. He is the author of three books—the most recent of which won the National Book Critics Circle award for the best biography of 2018—and a contributor to several others. Bonanos has also written for New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, Slate, Travel & Leisure, Condé Nast Traveler, Tablet, and many more magazines and websites.Buy tickets/get more info now