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New Yorker

  1. remembrances
    “Honey, you shouldn’t be showing that to anyone:” Why Pauline Kael Was My CriticHer writing always seemed like a journey, an elevated form of thinking out loud.
  2. books
    Bret Easton Ellis Thinks He Was ‘Punked’ by The New Yorker“I got punked, I have to admit it.”
  3. celebrity
    Bill Hader, You Hot, Moody ManA new, in-depth New Yorker profile illuminates much about the man … but my main takeaway is: hot.
  4. #metoo
    The GOP Thinks #MeToo Is a Chance to Exploit the ‘Biased’ PressBut their attempts just show how much they get wrong about journalism.
  5. brett kavanaugh
    New York Times, New Yorker Spar Over Kavanaugh StoryThe back-and-forth is partly about media bragging rights, but the credibility of Kavanaugh’s second accuser is also at stake.
  6. literature
    Why a Short Story About a Terrible Date Went ViralThe New Yorker’s “Cat Person” shows how complicated bad sex really is.
  7. Harvey Weinstein Lawyers Up in Advance of Possible ExposésThe mogul has reportedly been in touch with the Clintons’ crisis manager Lanny Davis.
  8. Lillian Ross Was One of the Best Reporters on the Arts, and Life ItselfThere were never very many writers like her.
  9. hairy situations
    Man Buns Have Made It to the Cover of the New YorkerThe struggle of the man bun is now a New Yorker cartoon.
  10. Graydon Carter Is Going Fishing During the White House Correspondents’ DinnerSounds relaxing.
  11. select all
    How LinkedIn’s Spammy Subject Line Became a New Yorker Punch LineI’d like to add you to my cartoon.
  12. sequential art
    How Adrian Tomine Makes His Award-Winning ComicsBehind the scenes of his new anthology.
  13. bathroom talk
    What Can We Learn About Famous People From Their Toilets? A curious new focus of profile journalism.
  14. reading lists
    20 Classic Stories by The New Yorker WomenA pre-paywall syllabus. 
  15. ink-stained wretches
    The New Yorker Is Opening Its Archives, Then Putting Up a New PaywallIt’s all-you-can-read for the next three months.
  16. A Roundup of Responses to Anthony Lane’s Scarlett Johansson Profile“Inappropriate-uncle creepiness.”
  17. ink-stained wretches
    The New Yorker Is Getting a Minor Face-lift [Updated]“Coöperate” and “reëlect” live on.
  18. quotables
    Wendy Davis Reclaims Life Story From Rick Perry“Planned Parenthood was my only source of health care … That’s my story.”
  19. Bourdain Inc.
    Chez Panisse Alum Can’t Stomach Bourdain’s ‘Machismo’Tell her what Bourdain eats, and she will tell you what he is.
  20. cultural exchange
    Grown Men Creepily Moved by South Korean Girl GroupsIt’s not pervy, says New Yorker writer. 
  21. new yorker
    Watch a Weird Video Ad for The New Yorker AppWell, that was weird.
  22. Can You Best Elaine Benes in ‘New Yorker’ Captioning?This cartoon was used in “The Cartoon” episode of Seinfeld. You know the one where Elaine accidentally steals a Ziggy. Well, now the New Yorker […]
  23. ink-stained wretches
    Jonah Lehrer’s Self-Plagiarism Issues Are Snowballing [Updated]The ‘New Yorker’ staffer’s recycling has also called attention to attribution errors.
  24. Funnies
    New Yorker Addresses Restaurant Mental Health Code ViolationsRestaurant practices that push us to the brink.
  25. Winners
    Jamie Bissonnette Is Hot Right NowCoppa’s Jamie Bissonnette is having a pretty good month.
  26. Watch a New Yorker Cartoonist Doodle and Chat at the Same Time Here’s a video interview with New Yorker cartoonist Matt Diffee, in which he discusses the business of “drawing funny” and also doodles a […]
  27. Other Magazines
    The New Yorker Is the Latest Publication to Forage With René RedzepiYes, the Noma chef really likes to eat stuff he finds outdoors.
  28. Watch the Entire New Yorker Arrested Development Panel NowWant to watch the full, hour-long Arrested Development panel that featured not only the announcement of the new series/movie, but also a […]
  29. party chat
    A Few People May Have to Die Before You Can Get Your Work Into The New YorkerAdvice from writer T. Coraghessan Boyle.
  30. Mindy Kaling Dissects The Lady Creatures Of The Rom-Com Universe In Mindy Kaling’s “Flick Chicks,” part of this week’s New Yorker, the Office writer explains her love for the bizarre, deeply unnatural […]
  31. ink-stained wretches
    It Is Apparently Very Hard to Get a Cartoon in The New YorkerHarder than getting the joke.
  32. Larry David’s Kübler-Ross Scale of Being Lousy at GolfIn this week’s New Yorker, Larry David contributed a piece to Shouts and Murmurs about how he’s gone through the traditional Kübler-Ross stages […]
  33. George Saunders’ Latest: ‘Home’This week’s New Yorker is the annual Fiction Issue, and as such is full of wonderful short stories by excellent writers. Especially of note is […]
  34. crazytown
    Somebody Is Hunger Striking The New YorkerThat won’t work.
  35. Simon Rich Gets Romantic With ‘Trade’From within her ice palace beneath the frozen Antarctic tundra, Drew Barrymore telepathically optioned the film rights to SNL writer Simon […]
  36. The Insect-Lined Marriage Bed of Anna Faris and Chris PrattAccording to Anna Faris’ New Yorker profile, the Scary Movie star bonded with then-boyfriend Parks and Rec’s Chris Pratt over collecting exotic […]
  37. Allow Colin Jost to Explain to You Your Time Warner BillDecoding your Time Warner bill can be confusing. So many charges! Luckily, SNL writer Colin Jost took to the pages of this week’s New Yorker to […]
  38. ink-stained wretches
    New Yorker Visuals Editor Elisabeth Biondi Leaves After Fifteen YearsShe’ll become a curator.
  39. Tina Fey’s Two Types of Comedy Writer: Harvard Boys and Crazy ImprovisersIn the latest issue of the New Yorker Tina Fey has written a piece about her experiences at SNL. I am guessing that this new guest writing […]
  40. Demetri Martin Asks ‘Who Am I?’ in the New YorkerIn the latest issue of the New Yorker, Demetri Martin contributes a piece called “Who Am I?” to Shouts and Murmurs. A taste:I am bravery. I am […]
  41. the third terminator
    Mayor Bloomberg Thinks New Yorker Cover Portraying Him As a Narcissist Is ‘Cute’Hmmm, okay.
  42. Where I Got These Abs, by Bob OdenkirkIn this week’s New Yorker, Bob Odenkirk tells us where he got his abs: “The ab on the upper right is taut and sinewy thanks to middle school. […]
  43. clickables
    See The New Yorker’s Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark CoverExcellent use of the Spidey web on the TV.
  44. clickables
    Read a Collection of New Yorker Cartoons With Literal Captions“I’m an alien.”
  45. clickables
    Read The New Yorker’s Four Loko CartoonR.I.P. Loko.
  46. Mediavore
    The New Yorker Eats L.A.; Al Qaeda Trying To Make Airport Food Even WorseNine great bites from the last year are discussed, while a new terror plot could affect eating before flying.
  47. A New George Saunders Story in The New Yorker Is Cause for CelebrationLooking for something to read? George Saunders, hilarious/wonderful short story writer and personal hero of mine, has a new piece in this […]
  48. ink-stained wretches
    Times Middle East Correspondent Dexter Filkins Jumps to The New YorkerHis new editor, David Remnick, says he’s “over the moon.”
  49. Allison Silverman on Hipster Community OutreachHere’s another excellent piece by former Daily Show/Colbert Report writer Allison Silverman taking on the denizens of Williamsburg in this […]
  50. clickables
    Read 70 Years’ Worth of Airport-Security New Yorker CartoonsTo put your pat-down in perspective.
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