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INTERVIEW: Queen of tiny living Felice Cohen on her new guidebook for small spaces

Our story on New Yorker Felice Cohen's incredibly micro 90-square-foot apartment went viral when we first published it back in 2012, and now the author, organizer and speaker is sharing her tiny living experiences in a new book entitled 90 Lessons for Living Large in 90 Square Feet (...or more). Show More Summary

Stop Trying to Make Anthony Weiner’s Sexting a Political Issue

1 hour agoLifestyle / Fashion : The Cut

On Monday, the New York Post published a tasteful cover (“Pop Goes the Weiner!”) that forced millions of New Yorkers to once again have to think, momentarily, “Wait, where’s Anthony Weiner’s penis? … Oh, there’s Anthony Weiner’s penis” before focusing on the pixelated form next to him and shrieking “Is ... More »

Comedian's ultra-random Instagram comments are the funniest thing you'll read today

Instagram is supposed to be about taking and sharing nice photos, though for most, it's really about racking up likes. For one New Yorker, it's about leaving silly comments. Comedy writer John Purcell has been writing delightfully random...Show More Summary

‘Media Hell’: An 18 tweet memoir about curating Facebook’s trending topics

Three days after Facebook fired all its human curators, Saira Khan, a former Facebook curator, took to Twitter to share her experience with the company. Khan, now the social media editor at The New Yorker, detailed “the most absurd” things she saw in her time as a Facebook news curator. Show More Summary

Study Finds More New Yorkers Abstaining from Sex

The City That Never Sleeps Around? Nearly a third of all of the city?s adults said they had not had intercourse or oral sex in a year, according to the latest 2014 statistics. That was the highest number since 2002,...

The New Yorker's Social Media Editor Rages Against Working at Facebook in Twitter Rant

18 hours agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

The New Yorker’s social media editor Saira Khan went ballistic in a lengthy Twitter rant about her experience as a Facebook curator. Her tirade comes just three days after Facebook fired all human curators from its trending news operation. Read more...

Microgrids Are New York’s Next Big Thing

Originally published on Nexus Media. By Jeremy Deaton Ask New Yorkers what they remember about Hurricane Sandy, and they’ll say the blackout. Floods cut power to most of Lower Manhattan, plunging America’s financial and cultural epicenter into total darkness. Show More Summary

Liz Smith: ‘I Got the Trump Criticism I Deserved’

The 93-year-old gossip legend looks back in this week's New Yorker with Jeffrey Toobin.

Study Reveals Bacteria Are the Real Boogeyman Hiding Inside Your Bed

They thrive on old mattresses and unwashed sheets. There are few greater fears for a New Yorker than the threat of bed bugs. The only advantage to those blood-sucking critters is that you discover them pretty quickly. In general until that day comes, there’s little cause for bed-related concerns. Show More Summary

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Silent Song. The New Yorker, Sept. 5, 2016.

Donors Behind Wealthy New York Super PAC Spending Millions on Elections in Low-Income Cities

2 days agoNews : Truthdig

A view of Manhattan from the Bronx. (Axel Drainville / CC 2.0) There are 16 wealthy donors behind New Yorkers for Independent Action, a super PAC that is spending millions to influence local campaigns in the Bronx, Brooklyn and Suffolk County. Show More Summary

NYC's Subway Cricket Meltdown Was a Hoax, God Damn It 

It takes a lot to rattle a New Yorker on the subway. There’s strange behavior, yes, but to truly shake our foundations, it’s going to take something bigger than a shoeless lady tossing back a Becks. It’s going to take a car full of crabs, or a dangling condom. Show More Summary

Max Ritvo, poet who wrote of his battle with cancer, dies at 25

His searing, yet humorous, work appeared in publications including the New Yorker.

New Yorker Writer Slams 'Creepy Vibe' at Clinton Foundation Events

During this week's episode of Political Gabfest – a “political-commentary podcast” produced by the far-left culture magazine Salon -- a pro-Hillary guest surprisingly unleashed a several-minute-long criticism of the Clinton Foundation and its “performance” regarding public charities. Show More Summary

Max Ritvo, Poet Who Chronicled His Cancer Fight, Dies at 25

The writer talked about his work and illness on radio, and had his poetry published in The New Yorker and elsewhere.

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