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The New Yorker
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Inside this week’s issue of The New Yorker: nyer.cm/r1JMZuy
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We are different people at different hours of the day, but an early bird isn’t superior to a night owl.
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"Rouse me from my slumber when it is the 1350s."
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On June 7th, nine members of the Minneapolis City Council vowed to "end policing as we know it.” They were far less certain about how they would do it.
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The many strategies devised to surmount the challenges of whole-roasting a chicken include grilling it with a beer can inside and cooking it “in the style of a toad.”
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"On the second day, I brought a book over to read, and when she climbed onto me I thought, 'Well, this is perfect happiness.' " Happy #InternationalCatDay
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A new documentary follows parents who are raising their child in a gender-neutral manner, with the intention of allowing them to choose a gender whenever they feel inclined to do so. Watch here.
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How the women of the Combahee River Collective, formed in 1974, pioneered the notion of “identity politics,” perhaps one of the most controversial and misunderstood terms in all of U.S. politics.
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"I know there is no way to guarantee safety for my baby, who, at 37 weeks, rides in my uterus while I work as a pediatric hospitalist amid the blossoming pandemic in Texas," @HumanitiesMD writes.
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How fans are investigating the conservatorship that has controlled Britney Spears's estate, assets, and personal well-being for the past 12 years.
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On a new episode of #NewYorkerRadio, inmates and former felons use Zoom to debate defunding the police. Listen here, or wherever you get your podcasts.
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Sylvia Plath's letters provide a heartbreaking portrait of one of the great poetic minds of the 20th century.
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As tuberculosis shaped modernism, so COVID-19 and our collective experience of staying inside for months on end will influence architecture’s near future, @chaykak writes.
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"For those who can take a stolen moment of repose, the Nap Dress has a tranquillizing allure," @rachsyme writes. "It is a clean slate, white noise, a gauzy, brief escape for those who can afford it."
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In the early 1980s, “The Far Side” became one of the smartest and most inventive daily comics of the late 20th century. Now its creator has returned after 25 years in retirement.
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Any study of the codpiece begins with two simple questions: Why did it exist at all, and why did men elect to wear it?
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“Jayhawkers” is a first-person movie about the historical record as inextricably linked to the inner life, and about how to get both onto the screen together.
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Carefully balanced rock towers make a pretty picture, but the proliferation of cairns, fuelled by social media, has negative consequences for the environment.
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Shakespeare lived his entire life in the shadow of bubonic plague—epidemic disease is ever-present in his work as a steady, low-level undertone.
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The new documentary "Boys State" focusses on a group of politically inclined teens who, should their dreams come true, will be running the country someday.
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A series of tender, exacting black-and-white photographs captures the daily walks Julia and Paul Child took almost every day during their years in France.
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