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Elinor Carucci on Photographing a Bad (but Fascinating) Kiss

1 hour agoArts / Photography : PDNPulse

The December 11 issue of The New Yorker features Elinor Carucci’s arresting close-up photograph of a kiss, shot on assignment to accompany a short story by Kristen Roupenian. The story, about the self-deceptions and self-abnegation of...Show More Summary

Video shows woman rescuing man who passed out on train tracks

FLATBUSH, Brooklyn (WPIX) — It was another example of New Yorkers helping New Yorkers after a video captured a desperate rescue when a man fell unconscious onto the subway tracks as a train was approaching the train station Thursday morning. Read more... Permalink | Email this | Linking Blogs | Comments

‘Cat Person’ Claws Out a Special Place on Social

Although most of the stories going viral of late are headline-grabbing investigative pieces in the realm of politics, The New Yorker found success in a very different genre: short fiction. The post ‘Cat Person’ Claws Out a Special Place on Social appeared first on The Good Men Project.

Classic Political Reporting

A. J. Liebling, writing in the May 28, 1960 issue of The New Yorker, on Louisiana politics. A. J. Liebling and Governor Earl Long? It doesn't get better than that. See Liebling's book, "The Earl of Louisiana."

A woman from New York could spend 90 years in prison for allegedly sending bitcoin to ISIS

Zoobiah Shahnaz allegedly sent cash to ISIS via cryptocurrencies. The 27-year-old New Yorker funnelled $62,000 to the group via bitcoin and other currencies, according to the Department of Justice. She is standing trial in New York and...Show More Summary

Revised tax bill still bad for rich New Yorkers, but less bad

The compromise tax bill agreed to by House and Senate Republican leaders reduces the proposed penalty for well off New Yorkers, but they would still pay substantially more in federal income taxes... To view the full story, click the title link.

Jets Player Blames Ghost for Drugs in His System

I may be a New Yorker, born and raised, but I’m not a fan of the New York Jets, or the New York Football Giants for that matter. I’m a New England Patriots fan, and man, let me tell you, it’s nice to root for a team that wins on occasion. Anyways, Jets wide receiver […]

KYLE SMITH RESPONDS TO A NEW YORKER STORY: Dear “Cat Person” Girl: Here’s how to avoid soul-crus…

KYLE SMITH RESPONDS TO A NEW YORKER STORY: Dear “Cat Person” Girl: Here’s how to avoid soul-crushingly bad sex. “I’m sorry about what happened to you, Margot. But I don’t think you have thought through how you got into a terrible situation.” Frankly, I don’t understand why Cat Person Girl wasn’t called out for fat-shaming.

MGMT share new song "When You Die"

MGMT have shared a new song called “When You Die” and a corresponding video from their upcoming album Little Dark Age. According to The New Yorker, the album is out in February. You can hear its title track here. Continue reading

The Best New Yorker Videos of 2017

Soo-Jeong Kang on the best videos produced by The New Yorker in 2017.

"What Conversations About Bitcoin Sound Like to Me."

Yeah.Me too!The linked article is by Ethan Kuperberg at The New Yorker. Full disclosure: He also wrote (last April) "What I Have in Common with Trump."

Cuomo: Remove firearms from domestic abusers in New York

Gov. Andrew Cuomo says he wants to take away all firearms from New Yorkers who are convicted of domestic violence crimes. The Democrat announced the plan Wednesday as the first … Click to Continue »

Food Hacks

The New Yorker had an article listing the worst food hacks of 2017.  I didn’t know the vast majority of them: Is your pot always boiling over? Place a wooden spoon across the top. Smelly sponge? Microwave it. Need to bring a stick of cold butter to room temperature quickly? Place it in a plastic […]

Much-Hyped Success Academy Charter School Network Is Perfectly in Sync With Trumpian Times

Success Academy is at the forefront of an anti-democratic movement to replace public schools with charters, while curtailing government oversight. This week both The New Yorker and The Atlantic, among several other publications, ran prominent stories on Success Academy, the controversial New York City charter-school network. Show More Summary

New York Today: New York Today: Can the City Prevent Terror Attacks?

2 days agoNews : NYTimes: News

Wednesday: Foiling lone-wolf attacks, free admission at the National Museum of Mathematics, and are New Yorkers too jaded?

NYPD Fires Back After NYC Terrorist’s Family Slams Police Officers [VIDEO]

The family of the failed suicide bomber who tried to take out a whole bunch of New Yorkers in the subway yesterday because they had Christmas posters up, is outraged

New York ranks as 10th healthiest state in new report

2 days agoNews : NY Daily News

The United Health Foundation released its annual report of the healthiest states in the U.S. and New Yorkers aren’t doing half bad!

Book the Golden Globes | Book Pulse

The Golden Globes celebrate books as well as film and TV and a breakout short story published in The New Yorker has a lot of people talking.

How dollar pizza joints plan to survive

Since Lombardi's Pizza first opened on Spring Street in 1905, New Yorkers have been serious about their slices. And for the past 50 years, pizza lovers have lived by an unofficial economic law: With... To view the full story, click the title link.

The Not Yorker

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The Not Yorker is a blog collecting cover art rejected by the New Yorker. If you’re an illustrator who’s had a cover rejected, they’re soliciting submissions. (via the morning news) Tags: art illustration magazines The New Yorker

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