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User Image newyorkermag Posted: Dec 18, 2017 1:37 PM (UTC)

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A cartoon by Zachary Kanin. Follow @newyorkercartoons for more #TNYcartoons.

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User Image newyorkermag Posted: Jan 16, 2018 6:17 PM (UTC)

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A cartoon by Julia Suits. Follow @newyorkercartoons for more #TNYcartoons.
User Image newyorkermag Posted: Jan 16, 2018 5:02 PM (UTC)

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The Cranberries singer Dolores O’Riordan, who died on Monday, had a sublime recklessness to her voice that favored meaning over conventional prettiness. In the early nineties, she helped further the then-iffy-seeming idea that a woman could be both beautiful and ferocious. She appeared accountable only to some internal voice—which made young women like @amandapetrusich feel like they could be, too. Click the link in our bio to read more. Photograph by Francesco Castaldo/Getty.
User Image newyorkermag Posted: Jan 16, 2018 12:23 AM (UTC)

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It was Richard Avedon’s photographs and James Baldwin’s text, in “Nothing Personal,” that made @hilton.als realize that current events can be art—that being humane is art. He wrote about what the book means to him in the introduction to a facsimile edition, which was recently released by Taschen. Read an excerpt at the link in our bio. Photograph by Richard Avedon/© The Richard Avedon Foundation.
User Image newyorkermag Posted: Jan 15, 2018 8:00 PM (UTC)

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A cartoon by Charles Barsotti. Follow @newyorkercartoons for more #TNYcartoons.
User Image newyorkermag Posted: Jan 15, 2018 2:34 PM (UTC)

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User Image newyorkermag Posted: Jan 15, 2018 12:52 AM (UTC)

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Make laundry day a little more fun with Sally Gall's whimsical photographs of clean clothes flapping on a line. Much of the wash looks rather anonymous, just streaming scarves or other bits of fabric, but the biggest blossoms are distinctly feminine: skirts that Gall invites us to look up. “I’m searching for poetry in the everyday,” she says. See more at the link in our bio. Photograph ©️ Sally Gall/Courtesy Julie Saul Gallery, New York.
User Image newyorkermag Posted: Jan 14, 2018 10:05 PM (UTC)

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User Image newyorkermag Posted: Jan 14, 2018 2:30 PM (UTC)
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Passive aggression reaches new comedic heights in “Miles for Mary,” which tracks the efforts of earnest high-school teachers to organize a fund-raising telethon in 1988 Ohio. Devised and performed by the Mad Ones, it takes place in the teachers’ lounge, and swiftly reveals the frustrations bubbling under a veneer of ingratiating politeness. See it at Playwrights Horizons, through February 4th. Photograph by @erichelgas for TNY.
User Image newyorkermag Posted: Jan 13, 2018 11:11 PM (UTC)

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User Image newyorkermag Posted: Jan 13, 2018 9:03 PM (UTC)

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If you’ve found yourself contemplating Oprah—or even #Oprah2020—this week, you’ll find the three-episode podcast “Making Oprah” terrifically illuminating. By tracing Oprah’s rise through the context of “The Oprah Winfrey Show” (and avoiding her personal life and other projects), it allows for a clear view into what made her so powerful in the first place. Click the link in our bio to read @asarahlarson’s review. Photograph by Charlie Knoblock/AP.
User Image newyorkermag Posted: Jan 13, 2018 3:12 PM (UTC)

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Some wintery weekend activities, as illustrated by Alexandra Pichard.
User Image newyorkermag Posted: Jan 12, 2018 10:19 PM (UTC)

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A cartoon by William Haefeli. Follow @newyorkercartoons for more #TNYcartoons.
User Image newyorkermag Posted: Jan 12, 2018 7:15 PM (UTC)

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An early look at next week’s cover: “In the Hole,” by Anthony Russo, is a response to President Trump’s recent comments about immigration. #TNYcovers
User Image newyorkermag Posted: Jan 12, 2018 3:59 PM (UTC)
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You oughtn’t have bar snacks and raw bar, and an appetizer, and pasta, an entrée, and an ice cream sundae—or ought you? At the highly polished new brasserie The Loyal, on Bleecker Street, the chef John Fraser crowds enough indulgent items onto the menu to challenge one’s duty to decorum. Click the link in our bio to read the full review. Photograph by David Williams for TNY.
User Image newyorkermag Posted: Jan 11, 2018 9:34 PM (UTC)

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A 2018 high-school reading list, as drawn by @jazimated.
User Image newyorkermag Posted: Jan 11, 2018 8:42 PM (UTC)

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User Image newyorkermag Posted: Jan 11, 2018 3:07 PM (UTC)

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Today in New York: Habibi will play surf punk tinged with Motor City soul at Elsewhere as part of a benefit concert for climate refugees. Since the band's quiet début in 2013, fans have been patient: a new EP is due in March, recorded partially in Farsi to blend Jamalifard’s Iranian roots with the band’s tasteful take on the Midwestern pop legacy. Photograph by @caitoppermann for TNY.
User Image newyorkermag Posted: Jan 10, 2018 10:50 PM (UTC)

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“Satire works in standup, film, rap, for sure,” the artist Sanford Biggers says. “But not as fluidly, really, in visual art.” Yet, as he deals with ever more harrowing real-world materials, comedy offers him a way to destabilize the work, complicate it. Click the link in our bio to read about how he is using his art to upend received ideas about race and history. Photographs by @erichelgas for TNY.
User Image newyorkermag Posted: Jan 10, 2018 7:45 PM (UTC)

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A cartoon by Brendan Loper. Follow @newyorkercartoons for more #TNYcartoons.
User Image newyorkermag Posted: Jan 10, 2018 12:43 PM (UTC)

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David Bowie, who died two years ago today, was always an original. Rock stars are not generally known for their generosity to other artists, but Bowie used his considerable fame to help popularize those who would have had less of a chance without him. He was an outsider who made different kids feel like dancing in that difference, and who had a genius for friendship, too. Click the link in our bio to read Hilton Als's remembrance of the late singer. Photograph by Terry O'Neill/Getty.