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New Yorkers can be buried with their pets under new law

1 hour agoNews : NY Daily News

Pet owners can now go to their graves with their beloved companions.

Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, Through the Years

With the Presidential election entering its final stretch, we’ve flipped (and clicked) through The New Yorker’s archive of artwork depicting both major-party candidates. Here, we present the fifty most interesting images we found, in...Show More Summary

Now It's Legal For New Yorkers To Be Buried With Their Pets

While he can't figure out whether to sign the law that would ban advertising apartments on Airbnb, Governor Andrew Cuomo has managed to put his John Hancock on legislation that allows New Yorkers to be buried with their beloved pets at non-profit cemeteries. [ more › ]

Dear Hollywood, Please Make Ali Wong and Randall Park’s Dream Rom-Com

Hi, Hollywood. We'd just like to inform you of a movie that we think you should make. In The New Yorker's profile of comedian and Fresh Off the Boat writer Ali Wong, she mentions she and Randall Park have been talking about making a romantic comedy for years, and describes the ... More »

Who should be the next National Association of Realtors CEO?

When you walk the streets of New York City, so many people have dogs that you must carefully sidestep the poop even though New Yorkers are mindful about picking up their crap. That’s what it must be like to run the National Association of Realtors, where messes and surprises are routine with one million independent real estate agents as stakeholders...

The New Yorker Analyzes Trump’s Frightening Similarities to Joseph McCarthy

7 hours agoNews : Mediaite

At the heart of McCarthy press coverage was the same conundrum that debate moderators and members of the mainstream media are faced with today when dealing with Donald Trump.

Defying prejudice, Islam’s mystical, musical strain appeals to New Yorkers

yesterdayNews : Daily Chart

Every Thursday night, the music of a tanbour, a long-necked stringed instrument, resounds across the wooden floors of a Manhattan room, wrapped with warm Persian rugs. Barefoot men and women create circles and sway to the cadence of the melody. Show More Summary

Full Court Press to Get #SCOTUS to Take Up WI #JohnDoe Case (As It Should)

Lincoln Caplan in the New Yorker. Billy Corriher at Think Progress. … Continue reading ?

A Well-Designed Day in Rockaway Beach, New York — A Local Design Lover's Neighborhood Guide

Native New Yorker Lauren Rogoff's family has lived in Rockaway Beach in Queens for several generations (her great-grandparents built several of the houses here!), and while she currently resides in Union Square, she still thinks of the peninsula home as home. Show More Summary

Risk, Politics, and Group Alignment

September 24, 2016 Posted by Jay Livingston How do we assess the different risks in our lives? Her name was Paige, but New Yorkers in the 1980s knew her as “the sign-the-petition lady.” She would set up at her anti-pornography display at various locations around Manhattan and chant endlessly, “Sign the petition. Show More Summary

Trump and the Truth: His Charitable Giving

This essay is part of a series The New Yorker will be running through the election titled “Trump and the Truth.”

Abbreviated Pundit Round-up: Donald Trump, Joe McCarthy and the press

Jelani Cobb/New Yorker: THE MODEL FOR DONALD TRUMP’S MEDIA RELATIONS IS JOSEPH MCCARTHY Trump and McCarthy share not only the kindred traits of demagogues—bombast and the manipulation of public fear in the service of their own ends—but a curiously close, almost familial resemblance. Show More Summary

A Holocaust survivor gives up his violin

Deeply moving New Yorker mini-doc. Watch the trailer for Kahane Cooperman’s film. Then the full 24-minute film. Watch this video on The Scene.

Why Bookstores Matter

2 days agoMedia / Publishing : Soapbox

For his new book, ‘New Yorker’ cartoonist Bob Eckstein illustrated and gathered stories from bookshops around the world.

Nicolas Jaar Announces His Second Studio Album, ‘Sirens’

It’s Out Next Week, But New Yorkers Can Hear It As Soon As Tonight.

Interactive Map Tries To Pinpoint Steep Rent Hikes Before They Happen

A new interactive map is attempting to warn New Yorkers of looming rent spikes before their landlord lowers the boom. [ more › ]

Trump and the Truth: Black Outreach As Campaign Ploy

This essay is part of a series The New Yorker will be running through the election titled “Trump and the Truth.”

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