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The magazine's first cover illustration, a dandy peering at a butterfly through a monocle, was drawn by Rea Irvin, the magazine's first art editor, based on an 1834 caricature of the then Count d'Orsay which appeared as an illustration in… A weekly conversation with a non-fiction writer on how they tell stories. The print version of The New Yorker is still a fine technology (try rolling up your iPad; and don’t drop it too often!), but more advanced technology has some distinct advantages. The movie tracks his gradual passage from smarmy adolescence to something like decency. The fiery rhythms of Carl Nielsen. It is Obama’s liberal supporters who often have the most profound misgivings about drones and assassinations (though they are not the only ones). Perhaps… The sessions I attended, in a room called Brass Monkey (the theme was New York bars), had the aspect of a nerdy summer camp.
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A monthly reading and conversation with the New Yorker fiction editor Deborah “Barn Burning,” by Haruki Murakami, from a 1992 issue of the magazine. Jan 1
Subscribe to The New Yorker magazine and get the best rate, as well as offers for student and educators. Find info on renewals, newsletter subscriptions, and more. Pick up a spot welder and join the revolution. When so many museums seem intent on new spaces, it’s a relief that the Cooper Hewitt finally spent time and money to make their 1902 Carnegie Mansion sing. The macho icon has been recast as a gender-bending progressive. But what really made his pulse race? Scientists debate a new way of understanding flora. Kelefa Sanneh profiles Tyler, the Creator; Frank Ocean; and the rest of the hip-hop group Odd Future; and digs deeper into the “Free Earl” movement. The science of driving directions.