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Schumer prepares to be Senate leader, or Trump antagonist

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — As Hillary Clinton claims the Democratic Party's nomination for president, fellow New Yorker Chuck Schumer is preparing for his own next act, as Clinton's top Senate partner — or chief antagonist to Donald Trump if he wins in November. [...]Show More Summary

A Particular Frequency: Stevie Smith’s All the Poems

Cynthia Zarin pens “The Uneasy Verse of Stevie Smith” for the New Yorker’s Page-Turner this week. Zarin is reading All the Poems (New Directions), the updated edition of Stevie Smith’s collected poems, edited and introduced by Will May. “That feeling of the uncanny—the universe rhyming in a minor key, the recurring bad dream—is the undercurrent […]

New York’s Big Apple Circus To Fold Its Tent After Fundraising Falls Short

8 hours agoArts : Modern Art Notes

“Despite its reputation and position in the city’s cultural firmament, many New Yorkers never realized that … the Big Apple is a nonprofit institution. Begun … in the 1970s, the circus was founded with a Robin Hood spirit that some families would pay full price; those lacking the means would pay nothing.”

New Media Artists Mourn Tekserve, a Tech Oasis in New York

12 hours agoArts : Hyperallergic

Many New Yorkers were sad to hear of Tekserve’s imminent closing, especially artists who work in new media, video, or otherwise incorporate the use of Apple products into their practices.

Two Birds, One M4: As NYPD Gears Up for Summer Of Chaos, Mayor de Blasio Secures Re-Election

It's no secret to New Yorkers that Mayor de Blasio has a "strained" relationship with the NYPD and its Commissioner, William Bratton. Mayor de Blasio and Commissioner Bratton have publicly butted heads over a whole host of issues from Black Lives Matter, to the size of the police force, to the effectiveness of the City Council. Show More Summary

Before the DNC hack, Russian internet trolls were being hired to pose as pro-Trump Americans

Russia's troll factories were, at one point, likely being paid by the Kremlin to spread pro-Trump propaganda on social media. That is what freelance journalist Adrien Chen, now a staff writer at The New Yorker, discovered as he was researching...Show More Summary

Books are awesome and cartoonist Tom Gauld knows the best way to...

Books are awesome and cartoonist Tom Gauld knows the best way to pack for vacation. myjetpack I’m on holiday from my @guardianreview cartoon for the summer. This is a summer/book themed cartoon I made for the New Yorker.

NY: L Train Shutdown Explained: Facts, Figures, Proposals and More

July 25--The L train plays an integral role in getting hundreds of thousands of New Yorkers between Manhattan and Brooklyn every day. In 2012, superstorm Sandy's storm surge flooded the 100-year-old Canarsie Tunnel under the East River wit

This stunning photo exhibition showcases the beauty of Sikhs and turbans

In the past year alone, Sikhs have made headlines across the world.  There was the first U.S. army officer who fought to be allowed to wear a turban under his helmet. Then there was Waris Ahluwalia, a New Yorker who was stopped at an...Show More Summary

Babysitting gets the 'on demand' treatment with Hello Sitter debut

NEW YORK — Mothers can be among the busiest New Yorkers. Therefore, it's easy to see them as the most active on-demand customers, wielding their smartphones to get what they want, when they want it — a taxi (Uber), home cleaning (Handy), new clothes (Rent the Runway). Show More Summary

Here's Your Quick Primer On The History Of 3D Technology

New Yorkers have been leading the way with 3D technology and entertainment for over 100 years. From the first test reels with 3D glasses to the New York Lottery Gold Castle Scratch-off 3D app, find out how 3D technology has evolved and how you can be part of 3D history. [ more › ]

The 20 best bagel shops in New York City, according to Foursquare

If there's one thing New Yorkers agree on, it's that New York City has the best bagels in the world. But that's where the agreement stops. It's a city of a thousand bagel shops, and everyone believes their favorite is No. 1. So who does it best? We partnered with city-guide app Foursquare to compile a list of the top bagels shops in NYC. Show More Summary

Cronut-Craving New Yorkers Ignored a Dead Body

According to reports, people in line for cronuts at 6AM were not bothered by the sight of a dead man on a public bench.

The L Train Shutdown Is a Crisis New York City Can't Afford to Waste

Today, New Yorkers can look the future in the face: The L train will stop running between Brooklyn and Manhattan for 18 months starting in January 2019. Yes, we’re just talking one tunnel in one city. But this is still a very big deal. Show More Summary

The Weather Is Happening: Thunder, Lightning, Hail, Instagrams!

The weather is here! Around 5 p.m. this evening the skies darkened and New Yorkers desperately looked out their office window as lightning attempted to strike down landmarks like the Empire State Building. Nice try, lightning. [ more › ]

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