Today, New York Magazine launched an expansion of its newsletter offerings with Dinner Party by senior writer Tirhakah Love. The nightly newsletter will lead readers through the highs and lows of the day’s events. Love will be joined by colleagues, friends, and well-known figures to unpack all things entertainment – film, television, music, tech, and gaming – plus politics and corporate dealings, bringing insight to the day’s most chaotic and contentious moments. The daily evening newsletter will be added to the existing roster of 26 newsletters published by New York. You can sign up for the free newsletter here, and view a full list of newsletter offerings here.
“‘Dinner Party’ is a loose, smart, fun time—a slightly twisted look at the day’s events, from what’s most important to what’s least,” said New York magazine editor-in-chief David Haskell. “Tirhakah Love brings his singular voice to table, and the conversation he’s hosting feels right at home at New York while at the same time doing something genuinely new, both for us and for newsletters in general.”
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