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A Top Leader of the Democratic Republic of the Congo’s Political Opposition Returns
After three years of exile, can Moïse Katumbi revive democracy in the D.R.C.?
By Nicolas NiarchosSeptember 12, 2019
Postscript
The Death of Simaro Lutumba Closes a Chapter of Congolese Music
On the day of his funeral, the whole city of Kinshasa was in mourning for Simaro, who was known simply as Poet.
By Nicolas NiarchosJune 25, 2019
Dispatch
On a Greek Island That Welcomed Migrants, Residents and Refugees Feel Abandoned
Samos is dealing with chronic overcrowding and growing unrest because the European community has failed to relocate refugees.
By Nicolas NiarchosJune 13, 2019
Late Nude Dept.May 13, 2019 Issue
A Sensual Dinner for Renoir’s Nudes
At the Explorers Club, a Renoir-themed dinner party features an edible portrait and scents from the painter’s work.
By Nicolas NiarchosMay 6, 2019
Dispatch
Is One of Africa’s Oldest Conflicts Finally Nearing Its End?
John Bolton and a former German President have helped spur the first negotiations over the Western Sahara in six years.
By Nicolas NiarchosDecember 29, 2018
Bar TabOctober 1, 2018 Issue
Ultra-Local Vodka in Chelsea at Our/New York
The clean-tasting spirit is distilled in a copper contraption on the premises and served in a dangerously drinkable Martini.
By Nicolas NiarchosSeptember 21, 2018
Culture Desk
When Burkina Faso Vibrated with a New Culture
Volta Jazz’s infectious music signalled a new era of cosmopolitanism in Burkina Faso.
By Nicolas NiarchosSeptember 16, 2018
Listening SessionJuly 9 & 16, 2018 Issue
Mapping Brooklyn’s Diverse Pirate-Radio Scene
Transmitted from the roofs of churches and apartment buildings, unlicensed radio stations offer listeners spiritual sustenance, immigration information, and news from home.
By Nicolas NiarchosJuly 2, 2018
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The New Yorker Recommends: The Quiet Splendor of Denis Johnson’s Poetry
It’s a shame that Johnson is not more known for his verse.
By Nicolas NiarchosJune 4, 2018
Bar TabMay 28, 2018 Issue
Sample Mexican Music and Spirits at El Kallejón
Rare, smooth spirits and fast-paced rhythms liven up the storefront space in East Harlem.
By Nicolas NiarchosMay 18, 2018
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