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The New Yorker
Read "Dumpster Honey," Davis McCombs's poem in this week's issue:
How the Patriots’ Rob Gronkowski and his family like to party:
A cartoon by David Sipress. Find more with our Cartoons at Random tool:
Rand Paul is winning on issues—but losing in the polls:
Sue and Hector Badeau felt a calling to help children in need, and ended up adopting twenty:
A discussion about “Trainwreck” and the comedic stylings of Amy Schumer and Judd Apatow:
How impossible can a mission be, if it is successfully completed five times?
Some say selling trophy-hunting licenses helps conservation. Can that be true?
A discussion on the latest uproar over Planned Parenthood and the politics of abortion:
A cartoon by Benjamin Schwartz. See more cartoons from our latest issue here:
Can American Apparel afford to keep making clothes in the U.S.?
Donald Trump and Deflategate were made for each other:
Brooklyn's @LoosieRouge is where the cool kids drink:
Melissa Cacciola created a series of portraits using a Civil War-era photography technique:
Chef @SimpsonWong woos with depth of flavor at his new West Village eatery, Chomp Chomp:
Our Daily Cartoon by Tom Toro. Discover more cartoons here:
A listening party for Keith Richards's new album involved more partying than listening:
A cartoon by @Julia_Wertz. See more cartoons from this week's issue here:
What prevented the essayist and caricaturist Max Beerbohm from writing a masterpiece?
When it comes to Deflategate, we are all Donald Trump: free to speculate
Roz Chast wants to help you get outside:
Who parties harder: the Patriots’ Rob Gronkowski or his dad?
A cartoon by Ken Krimstein. Find more from this week's issue:

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