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The New Yorker
The school founded by Suzy Amis Cameron will soon have an entirely plant-based cafeteria menu:
Adrian Nicole LeBlanc on Mary Ellen Mark: "She was a master photographer."
A review of "The Tempest," which kicks off the fifty-third season of Shakespeare in the Park:
Today's Daily Cartoon by Christopher Weyant:
Who's writing novels? An illustration by Tom Gauld:
The combative camaraderie of Norman Mailer and William F. Buckley, Jr.:
A cartoon by Emily Flake. See more from this week's issue:
Joan Acocella reviews Alexei Ratmansky's staging of “The Sleeping Beauty" for @ABTBallet:
"The Tempest" opens this season of Shakespeare in the Park:
Photos from stolen moments amid the parties and premières at Cannes:
New fiction by Salman Rushdie, in this week's issue:
Today's Daily Cartoon by Christopher Weyant:
Is living on Mars a good backup plan? @ElizKolbert on our dream of colonizing the red planet:
The great Mary Ellen Mark was fierce in her love of photography. See some of her work:
"Rebelle is one of those places that regard the wine with as much seriousness as the food."
Meet Blade, the phone app for when you find yourself needing a chopper to the Hamptons:
RT @JoeDator: My cartoon in The @NewYorker this week, for fans of Miranda warning humor.
Today's Daily Cartoon by Christopher Weyant:
Photographer Grete Stern interpreted women's dreams with invention and feminist verve:
What makes conservatives and liberals happy? A @tnyshouts investigation: