To announce the launch of her campaign for governor of New York, Cynthia Nixon released a video on Monday that featured footage of herself doing typical New Yorker things: dropping off her daughter at school, walking through the streets with a cup of coffee, taking the subway. Even though Nixon ... More »
Jeffrey Toobin, writing for The New Yorker: If you wanted to tell the story of an entire Presidency in a single tweet, you could try the one that President Trump posted after Attorney General Jeff Sessions fired Andrew McCabe, the deputy director of the F.B.I., on Friday night. Every sentence is a lie. Show More Summary
'Vinson Cunningham wrote in The New Yorker that, “with all due respect to Smokey Robinson, the Motown Sound as we know it was created by Holland-Dozier-Holland.” Brian Holland, Eddie Holland, and Lamont Dozier wrote “Heat Wave,” “Baby Love,” “How Sweet It Is,” and many other hits. Show More Summary
The latest edition of The New Yorker magazine leads with a cover of an unstable, self-confessed sexual predator who seems to think he's 'God's gift' to women, but as the famed interviewer Mrs Merton might have said: "What first attracted...Show More Summary
A pox on all their houses. That is how many New Yorkers feel about their elected officials, who repeatedly reinforce that sentiment by behaving like 6-year-olds in a sandbox. This month it has been... To view the full story, click the title link.
Mike Magee In this week’s The New Yorker, David Remnick reflects on “Trump’s illiberalism” and its’ test of the resilience of “sturdy-seeming American values” and the endurance of “institutions that the President has scorned and threatened.”...Show More Summary
“I wanted to address President Trump’s stormy relationship with the press," says artist Barry Blitt.
The New Yorker magazine has won the 2018 National Magazine Award for feature photography for “Faces of an Epidemic,” Philip Montgomery’s photo essay about the growing opioid crisis in the U.S. W magazine won the award for photography...Show More Summary
Make all your daydreams appear to you while you’re dancing, New Yorkers! The upcoming national tour of “Hello Dolly!” is currently seeking dancers to join the ensemble and potentially understudy principal roles. Plus, New York’s topShow More Summary
New Yorker staff and writers share what they’re reading, including “Picnic at Hanging Rock,” by Joan Lindsay, “Berlin Alexanderplatz,” by Alfred Döblin, and “Catastrophe: And Other Stories,” by Dino Buzzati.
FROM SEN. MARCO RUBIO to Stormy Daniels, vocal figures in President Trump’s orbit haven’t been shy about attempting to expose the commander in chief. Now, New Yorker artist Barry Blitt gets a shot at fleshing out his perception of Trump and his “stormy relationship” with the press, as he described it to the magazine. For the […]
The New Yorker asked California Gov. Jerry Brown (D) about the current state of American politics. “If, as now seems possible, Democrats dominate the 2018 and 2020 elections, and they end up governing as unilaterally as the Republicans have, Brown [...]
The New Yorker is featuring a selection of photos taken by high school senior Colin Combs, mostly of him and his friends in Dayton, Ohio, “sometimes called the heroin capital of the United States”. Minimalism is the necessary ethos of both his concept and his process. Show More Summary
Fitness-oriented New Yorkers aren’t facing a shortage of classes that they can sign up for, but the prices can add up — Clément Benoit, founder of a new startup called FitHouse, said boutique classes cost an average of $35 per session. FitHouse, on the other hand, is charging $99 per month for unlimited classes. Contrast […]
New cartoons from the magazine.
The Subway Action Plan repair work that's preventing meltdowns is also screwing up countdown clocks and subway service, the Daily News has learned.
Angela Meade, center left, in Met Semiramide Photo: Ken Howard/Metropolitan Opera I'm working on a single long post about my NYC trip, but Alex Ross's current column in The New Yorker discusses both the Parsifal and Semiramide I sawShow More Summary
HRC released the following statement on the passing of Congresswoman Louise Slaughter. “For three decades, Congresswoman Slaughter fought tenaciously on behalf of New Yorkers and all Americans, blazing a trail as one of the most powerful and influential women in Congress,” said HRC President Chad Griffin. Show More Summary
Split Personality. The New Yorker, March 12, 2018.
Jane Mayer, staff writer for The New Yorker, talks with Rachel Maddow about why the Clinton campaign didn't use material from the dossier they had paid for,...