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Inside this week’s issue of The New Yorker: nyer.cm/FPqfToP
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A cartoon by Brooke Bourgeois.
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Read about all of our end-of-year favorites, including the seven turning points from the year in sports and the best jokes of 2019. nyer.cm/F8DnPFY
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And here’s one you may have helped decide: the most popular New Yorker cartoons of the year, ranked by number of Instagram likes.
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In the pages of @hels’s best cookbooks of the year, you’ll find fiery steak fajitas, a feast of spiced soups and stews, cinnamon-scented sweet-potato biscuits, and more.
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.@tnyfrontrow only managed to narrow his best-of-year list to the top 46 movies (sorry). But what a 46 they are!
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Queue up @amandapetrusich’s 12 favorite albums of 2019, including works by @bigthiefmusic, @FKAtwigs, and @MoctarMdou.
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“The foremost TV trend of 2019 is that there was too much of it,” @untitledproject writes. Don’t miss any of the good stuff—here are his 2019 superlatives, including Best Dressed (“Watchmen”) and Most Likely to Succeed (“Succession”).
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“But what about nonfiction?” you said. Have we got a list for you.
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2020 is for catching up on all the TV, movies, books, and more that you missed in 2019. To start you off: the best reads of the year, according to @xwaldie.
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“One thing I didn’t understand was how my mother could’ve read so many novels and still take anything anyone ever said at face value.” A new short story by Camille Bordas.
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Four months ago, our longtime art critic Peter Schjeldahl was diagnosed with terminal lung cancer. Listen here, or wherever you get your podcasts.
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The creator of the graphic novel "Rusty Brown" shares a trailer for his book. Watch here.
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Katie Hill appeared at an impeachment rally last night—one of her first public events since resigning from the House of Representatives.
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During the past year, Afghan women have begun anxiously monitoring news reports for threats to their safety from a new source: a peace deal with the Taliban.
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As the House approved two articles of impeachment against him, Donald Trump pretended as if none of what was happening in Washington mattered. "He felt safe," David Remnick writes. "He had his party."
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The impeachment of Donald Trump was another day of impasse between an unrepentant President and a recalcitrant Democratic House, @sbg1 writes.
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Wednesday’s impeachment debate showed the stubborn, unyielding reality of a country divided, @sbg1 writes—"of an America whose views are fixed about Trump and about everything else."
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With Wednesday’s vote, Donald Trump’s impeachment will become a central part of Nancy Pelosi’s legacy.
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Our holiday sale is here. Save 50%, and pick your free tote. nyer.cm/T31zKzE
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The Borowitz Report: Making his first utterance since he died, in 1875, Andrew Johnson said, “As someone who has actually experienced death, I can safely say that being mentioned in the same breath as Trump is a fate worse than that.”
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