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In this week's issue of Time Out New York, we talk with reigning indie queen Greta Gerwig

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Will Gleason
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Who says midnight has to mark the end of the day? When the clock strikes 12 in NYC, things are just getting started. In this week’s Time Out New York, we tell you all the surprising, weird and crazy fun things you can do at the midnight hour. From a twilight brunch to immersive performances to late-night films, these activities are enough to keep any night owl perfectly happy. 

We’ve also got an exclusive interview with Greta Gerwig, the star and co-writer of the critically lauded new comedy Mistress America. Gerwig talks about the inspiration behind the new picture, how much she actually has in common with her loopy characters and her favorite places to go in New York. And be sure not to miss our look at NYC’s lasting love affair with the bagel. Famed chef Ivan Orkin pens an ode to the iconic food, and we hit the streets to hear straight from New Yorkers about why they feel so passionate about their favorite bagel shops.

Elsewhere in the magazine, discover the best places to go for okonomiyaki, the savory Japanese pancake that's the white-hot dish of the moment. You can also take in reviews for Broadway's hottest musicals in decades, Hamilton, new bar Alta Linea at the High Line Hotel and veteran abstractionist Stanley Whitney's new show at Studio Museum in Harlem.

We also spend some time with Mac DeMarco in the Rockaways. Pick up your free copy today!

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