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|Archived Since:||March 30, 2015|
Adam Gopnik on the persistence of gun violence in America, and the reluctance to legislate against it, five years after the massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary School, in Newtown, Connecticut.
Carrie Battan reviews her favorite pop-music moments from 2017, including Jay-Z’s “4:44” live performance and the end of the event album.
Small things with a big impact.
Its government is virtual, borderless, blockchained, and secure. Has this tiny post-Soviet nation found the way of the future?
Jubilation At Doug Jones’ Headquarters
What Doug Jones Won On Tuesday
Deborah Treisman hosts Thomas McGuane on The Writer’s Voice podcast to read his story “Riddle,” from the November 13, 2017, issue of the magazine.
Alex Ross on the ten most notable performances and recordings of 2017, plus ten more, and the music book of the year.
Nimal Eames-Scott and Carolyn Kormann report from New York City’s Port Authority bus terminal, where Akayed Ullah allegedly tried and failed to detonate a homemade explosive device.
Andrea Scott on the survey of David Hockney at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, which serves as a retort to those who dismiss his work as a guilty pleasure.
Charles Bethea reports from a Roy Moore rally in Alabama, where Steve Bannon and others spoke out in defense of the Republican candidate for Jeff Sessions’s Senate seat.
Kristen Roupenian reads her story “Cat Person,” from the December 11, 2017, issue of the magazine.
James Brody reviews James Franco’s film “The Disaster Artist,”and discusses Tommy Wiseau’s cult movie “The Room,” the inspiration for Franco’s project.
Russell Platt on the Canadian soprano Barbara Hannigan’s new album, “Crazy Girl Crazy.”
He and I both dislike hills. We both wear expandable waistbands. We both provide running commentary on our gas levels.
Colin Tom draws a cartoon envisioning Donald Trump hitting a golf ball onto a desert-island sand trap.
Andy Borowitz jokes that the Koch brothers and the N.R.A. reach an agreement on how best to share their ownership of House Speaker Paul Ryan.
Cynthia Zarin on the photographs of Julia Child taken by her husband, Paul, and published in “France is a Feast: The Photographic Journey of Paul and Julia Child.”
Masha Gessen writes about Donald Trump’s statement on World AIDS Day, which omitted sympathy for gay people and drew parallels to his statement on Holocaust Remembrance Day.