A big coastal storm is expected to land Sunday night with rainfall becoming more intense on Monday, with 1.5-3 inches of rain as well as coastal flooding expected. NYC OEM Commissioner Joseph Esposito said, "We’re urging New Yorkers to use extra caution when outdoors Monday and allow for extra travel time during tomorrow’s commutes. Show More Summary
At The New Yorker Alejandro Chacoff profiles A Cup of Rage-author Raduan Nassar, in Why Brazil's Greatest Writer Stopped Writing. Great to hear from the man himself, and the (two) books are definitely significant ones, well worth reading...Show More Summary
In concert with other Women’s March protests around the country, thousands of New Yorkers rallied for women’s rights, and against the Trump administration.
Late on Monday evening, volunteers will fan out across the city in search of the homeless as part of the HOPE Count, an annual census of how many New Yorkers lack shelter. But we know the upshot even... To view the full story, click the title link.
Not fair! Only liberals are allowed to make fun of conservatives. That's the way it has always been so when someone like Donald Trump jokes about liberals it is absolutely intolerable. Not only is it offensive but dangerous since jokes...Show More Summary
David Remnick, writing for The New Yorker: The reason so many people are having fever dreams and waking up with a knot in the gut is not that they are political crybabies, not that a Republican defeated a Democrat. It’s not that an undifferentiated...Show More Summary
The swearing-in of only the second president born in the city met with apathy and anger among many other New Yorkers. A few said it didn’t seem real.
Remember The Neu Jorker — Andrew Lipstein and James Folta’s cover-to-cover parody issue of The Yorker? They’re back, with a Kickstarter to raise money for a new project: “Paul Ryan: The Unofficial Magazine of Paul Ryan”. I’m in. ?
Every time a car or truck gets its oil changed, something must be done with the used lubricant, which contains flecks of metal that are absorbed when combustion engines run. This being New York City,... To view the full story, click the title link.
Follow along as the New Yorker cartoonist Jason Adam Katzenstein live-draws the events of the Trump inauguration.
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The New Yorker interviewed poet Claudia Rankine. Stream a new Ryan Adams song. Ebooks on sale for $1.99 today: Hannah Arendt: A Life in Dark Times by Anne C. Heller A Model World by Michael Chabon Tin House shared an...
Alec Baldwin, almost certainly the second most famous "Donald Trump" in the world, had a measured but strong reaction to the ascendancy of Donald Trump during a NYC protest. Baldwin, who famously mocks Trump on "Saturday Night Live," was front and…
Friday: Swearing-in of New Yorkers past, $3 subway rides, and inauguration protests in history.
As New Yorkers celebrate the city’s historic low crime rates, they should also take pride in two other trends...
How to counter the new president? The intensity of the desire to fight back is producing what may turn out to be one of the most fertile periods of protest on the left in decades.
As President-elect Donald Trump spent his first night in Washington ahead of his inauguration, New Yorkers descended on Trump Tower to protest his presidency and his message. Michael Moore, Al Sharpton, Mark Ruffalo, Cher and Julianne...Show More Summary
When The New Yorker’s first issue was published, in 1925, the only way to contact the magazine’s editors was to post a letter to our office’s mailing address, which was printed on the inside cover. Ninety-two years later, there are many more ways to get in touch: we have separate e-mail addresses for submitting cartoons, fiction, and letters. Show More Summary
“We do not inherit the earth from our ancestors, we borrow it from our children.” This proverb may well have guided President Obama over the past eight years as he protected our... To view the full story, click the title link.
Washington turned into a virtual fortress on Thursday ahead of Donald Trump’s presidential inauguration, while thousands of people took to the streets of New York and Washington to express their displeasure with his coming administration. Some 900,000 people, both Trump backers and opponents,...