Ginia Bellafante Columnist
  • New York
  • The New York Times

Ginia Bellafante is a Columnist at New York Times.

69 Articles
6 days ago
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Was the Pandemic Dog Boom a Myth?

Is New York City really overrun by barking hounds? The data might tell a different story.

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21 days ago
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How Did Sean Patrick Maloney Lose His Hudson Valley House Seat?

Democrats won tough races across the country. How did a party leader and a five-term congressman lose?

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about 1 month ago
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Why Is New York Still Building on the Waterfront?

There are two simple reasons. One, it makes money. And two, people just love water.

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about 1 month ago
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In His Podcast, Andrew Cuomo Seeks Absolution Without Apology

The former governor, who resigned after accusations of sexual harassment, ushers in his new podcast in the month that...

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about 2 months ago
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Why New York’s Day Care Centers Are Going Broke

One Montessori school leader has spent $200,000 of her own money to keep underserved children enrolled in her program.

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about 2 months ago
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Can McKinsey Solve the NYC Trash Problem?

Maybe the trash problem in New York will be solved with color-coded garbage cans designed by expensive consultants. O...

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2 months ago
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New York’s Invisible Migrant Crisis

Thousands of asylum seekers have suddenly arrived in the city with infinite need. What is being done to help them?

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3 months ago
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Privilege Is in Crisis. Look at Our Elite Private Schools.

The past few years have witnessed a lot of upheaval in the name of political reckoning. Is the pendulum swinging back...

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3 months ago
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The Cost of Driving in Manhattan

Everyone agrees there are too many cars in Midtown. No one agrees on how to limit them.

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3 months ago
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What Urban Planners Can Learn From This Idealistic Coffee Shop

Can a pay-what-you-want cafe exist in a gentrified Gowanus?

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4 months ago
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Paul Newman, Joanne Woodward and the Perils of the Power Couple

A documentary about their movie-star marriage charts its electric beginnings at the Actors Studio and a half-century ...

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9 months ago
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Is the Coronavirus Pandemic Over? New Yorkers Are Cautiously Optimistic.

(*Or at least that’s the hope.) After several false starts, New York’s latest comeback finally feels like the real th...

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