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The New Yorker
22 hours ago
Inside this week’s issue of The New Yorker: https://t.co/iu5SJcmAFS https://t.co/7uP9xA9xss
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2 minutes ago
Returning to normal life is hard. https://t.co/Y3LPYaNrNl
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Evan Osnos
a day ago
For @NewYorker this week, I went to Farmington WV, a half-hour from my first job out of school, to write about the changing politics of Manchin's hometown, and the man whom @POTUS calls "Jo Jo." In print, the title of the piece is "Undecided Voter." https://t.co/BHclRVGbJ2
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The New Yorker
35 minutes ago
“All we can do is breathe the air of the period we live in, carry with us the special burdens of the time, and grow up within those confines. That’s just how things are.” A Personal History by Haruki Murakami. https://t.co/KyOr1YPghF
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The New Yorker
an hour ago
“Her designated reader is an adolescent girl, but the reader she seems to have firmly in mind as she writes is a literate, even literary, adult.” In 2008, Janet Malcolm read Cecily von Ziegesar’s “Gossip Girl” novels. https://t.co/D6LEi0fAiY
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The New Yorker
2 hours ago
Peter Schjeldahl writes about a new exhibition of Cézanne’s drawings at the Museum of Modern Art and his own inability to truly appreciate the inarguably great artist. https://t.co/EZCy3hCUYE
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The New Yorker
2 hours ago
“Slowly, we’re reuniting not just with loved ones but with everybody,” @asarahlarson writes of our return to normal life. “The people we don’t know and may never know but have been missing just the same.” https://t.co/VFoCb4zlOm
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The New Yorker
3 hours ago
The current chatter about a Jean Smart renaissance is a bit surprising—she's been working steadily for more than 40 years. https://t.co/tKMtNli0wq
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The New Yorker
5 hours ago
A series of illustrations featuring New York humans and animals resurfacing into the world. https://t.co/j9WwRprmsC
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The New Yorker
5 hours ago
After an unremarkable decade in Washington, Joe Manchin’s sudden clout as perhaps the most conservative Democrat in a 50-50 Senate has given him extraordinary power, and made him the subject of almost ludicrous attention. https://t.co/dfDHTQgImR
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The New Yorker
6 hours ago
The genius of Marcella Hazan's classic tomato sauce lies in the fact that although it is made of only inexpensive, shelf-stable ingredients, it can’t be improved upon. https://t.co/reW4Esi3hX
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The New Yorker
6 hours ago
How did a once obscure academic become the Internet’s most revered—and reviled—intellectual? https://t.co/Gf6cl6kJGN
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The New Yorker
7 hours ago
.@ElizKolbert explores creatures of the deep like Xenoturbella profunda, which looks like a discarded tube sock, and Chrysomallon squamiferum, which has a fringe of iron plates resembling a flamenco skirt. https://t.co/ndr4NaIPlh
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The New Yorker
8 hours ago
A secret video obtained by The New Yorker and @teamtrace shows the N.R.A. chief Wayne LaPierre and his wife hunting elephants. His wife, Susan, kills an elephant, cuts off its tail, and holds it in the air. “Victory!” she shouts. https://t.co/RQYUE4Uboe
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The New Yorker
9 hours ago
In his 57 years, Prince mastered the art of control—not merely the show of self-possession but the daily practice of it. https://t.co/F6LICIM8Dr
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The New Yorker
9 hours ago
“We’re looking at three-month waits,” a veterinarian said, about the rush to get anxiety medications for dogs who will be left alone when their owners return to work. Cats, meanwhile, are so stressed by the surveillance that they’re getting U.T.I.s. https://t.co/29wT5uEQ41
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