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Adam Gopnik

  1. the national interest
    An Interview With ‘A Thousand Small Sanities’ Author Adam GopnikA discussion of a new defense of liberalism against its critics on the right and the left.
  2. the grub street diet
    For Adam Gopnik, Breakfast Is the Most Fraught Meal of the Day“I am torn between the pleasure of having a cooked breakfast and the chaos usually ensuing when I attempt one at 7 a.m.”
  3. Intellectualism
    Adam Gopnik: Big Into Intellectualism, Wine“When you get a bottle of real French Burgundy you’re sort of reminded of all of the mystique and the smoke and the complexity. And the myth of France, which is a very powerful myth.”
  4. Personalities
    My Friend Dan Barber …’New Yorker’ scribe Adam Gopnik likes dropping chefs’ names.
  5. ink-stained wretches
    Names Dropped by Adam Gopnik in a Single InterviewSeven.
  6. ink-stained wretches
    Magazine Publishers to Create ‘iTunes for Magazines’We hope there is a Genius component.
  7. Celebrity Settings
    Gopnik: Secret Anti-Locavore?Is the ‘New Yorker’ scribe a secret locavore hater?
  8. 21 questions
    Adam Gopnik Is Addicted to KombuchaThe ‘New Yorker’ writer answers our 21 questions.
  9. NewsFeed
    ‘New Yorker’ Food Issue: Plenty to DigestThis week’s special food issue of The New Yorker would be worth reading without any specifically New York–oriented content. But fans of the locavore movement will probably want to flock to Adam Gopnik’s long piece on eating the fruits of the five boroughs (if you consider live poultry from the Bronx fruit, that is). Friend of Grub Street Gary Shteyngart has a moving little memoir about his boyhood love of McDonald’s that got us right in the kishkas. (Similar essays are by Anthony Lane, David Sedaris, and Nell Freudenberger.) But most enjoyable of all was Calvin Trillin’s essay about Singapore street food.