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A New York Magazine article about the rise and fall of The New Americans is out now, but for those of us who grew up in New York during its 2000s heyday, the piece’s title might as well be “How The Times Can Be A New Yorker.”

We all know how it went down, right?

The Times is the one that launched the city, the newspaper that won Pulitzer Prizes, and the one who made the city famous.

But did you know the story of how that happened? We did.