Furballs were flying off the shelves on Black Friday.
As we watched so many communities wrestle with the ravages of hurricanes this year, New Yorkers can be thankful
A former editor at Russia’s biggest state-run media company has admitted that he and his colleagues got direct orders from above to give President Donald Trump positive coverage during the 2016 presidential campaign. The New Yorker’s Ryan Lizza reports that Russian journalist Dimitri...
'Kevin Young, the Director of the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture and the Poetry Editor of The New Yorker, traces the history of the hoax as a peculiarly American phenomenon in his most recent nonfiction book, Bunk: The Rise of Hoaxes, Humbug, Plagiarists, Phonies, Post-Facts, and Fake News. Show More Summary
Ronan Farrow continues his investigation into Harvey Weinstein's sexual assault and harassment settlements with a new piece in the New Yorker, offering the strongest evidence yet that Weinstein's brother and Weinstein Company partner was in the know. Though Bob Weinstein has denied prior knowledge of allegations from more than 75...
There was an actual intelligent conversation about sexual harassment on Morning Joe today, featuring New Yorker writer Masha Gessen (who also just won the National Book Award for Non-Fiction). "You wrote in the The New Yorker an incredible...Show More Summary
The New Yorker’s Ronan Farrow has another major story on Harvey Weinstein up. You should read the whole thing, but I’ll highlight one particularly unsettling passage here. It involves longtime Weinstein attorney David Boies, who wasShow More Summary
IF YOU’RE LOOKING FOR MORE THINGS TO KEEP YOU UP AT NIGHT: Forget about global warming, North Korea, race relations or giant metal robots who want to steal your medicine. The New Yorker has found a historian/researcher who claims that “that there are probably around two thousand serial killers at large in the U.S.” The […]
Some unsuspecting New Yorkers got a super cool surprise when they found out the subway singers that they were watching were actually Adam Levine and Jimmy Fallon! The guys, joined by Maroon 5‘s James Valentine, dressed up in disguise to perform “Crazy Little Thing Called Love” at the Subway platform underneath Rockefeller Center. The skit [...]
The Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade has been an annual tradition since 1924, ushering in the start of Turkey Day for the New Yorkers in attendance and the millions more watching at home. From fun floats to corny musical acts, the parade is one of those things you just have to watch every year. But trust […]
Just as New Yorkers prepare to carve their turkeys, one of the city's leading restaurant dynasties is finishing up a nasty fight over steak. A weeklong trial pitting members of the family that... To view the full story, click the title link.
BUT OF COURSE: New Yorkers are footing the bill for Governor Cuomo and Mayor de Blasio’s quixotic energy-efficiency plans. Even if we stipulate that increased energy efficiency in New York buildings is a good thing, the emissions-reduction targets are financially burdensome and unrealistic. Cuomo’s appointees at the New York State Public Service Commission have mandated […]
The outline has been sketched out for weeks now, but Ronan Farrow’s latest New Yorker investigation fills in striking new details about how Harvey Weinstein used non-disclosure agreements and personal bank accounts — including brother...Show More Summary
Writers for The New Yorker share memories of past Thanksgivings, from Paris to Kiev to, yes, Turkey.
In May of this year The New Yorker ran a somewhat gushing feature on how the Silicon Valley inspired and funded AltSchool company was ‘disrupting education’. The author had recently been taken on a tour of one of six AltSchool premises, the ‘micro-school’ in question being one of two based in New York, with another […]
A 2013 cut to food stamps benefits continues to wreak outsized havoc on New York City’s poorest — as well as the organizations that stand in the breach to provide emergency food assistance to those facing hunger, according to a new report released by the city’s primary food bank network. More than half of all […]
One of Brooklyn's most beloved institutions is the Brooklyn Botanic Garden. Founded in 1897, the garden has served as a quiet refuge from the hustle and bustle of city life for millions of New Yorkers ever since. We wanted to share part of what makes the gardens so special so we sent our video team over to spend some time in a few of our favorite spots! READ MORE »
After publishing several of Ronan Farrow's investigative features on sexual harassment and abuse in Hollywood this fall, the New Yorker is returning to the topic this week with a provocative cover image. Titled "Nowhere to Hide," the...Show More Summary
Ranny Sinclair Another Autumn Modern Harmonic Like a soft summer breeze, the hazy mid-‘60s lounge pop of New Yorker Ranny Sinclair offers a soothing respite from the modern world. Collecting her four singles plus four previously unreleased tracks, Another Autumn evokes a melancholy cool similar to Astrid Gilberto’s “The Girl from Ipanema,” with Sinclair’s breathy, […]