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The New Yorker

.@BobMankoff shows off his Ping-Pong robot, and some Ping-Pong-themed cartoons.
For any young dancer, getting to play the Nutcracker Prince is a major life event.
Joseph O’Neill reads “Pardon Edward Snowden”:
Mark Morris Dance Group’s “The Hard Nut” celebrates twenty-five years, at BAM:
Banned books and blockbusters: how the publishing industry took on the taboo.
Ritchie Torres's mantra is “If you do nothing, nothing will change.”
From Prince to David Bowie, what a year it’s been, folks:
A cartoon by Harry Bliss. Swipe through more cartoons with the New Yorker Today app:
Trains race through a miniature New York City at the annual Holiday Train Show:
“I’m very much in love with where I’m from”: William Christenberry’s American south
Why haven’t conservative thinkers denounced Donald Trump?
I think about this, from Mark Singer's 1997 profile, all the time…
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Today's daily cartoon by Emily Flake. See more cartoons with our randomizer:
Ritchie Torres is a millennial on a mission to tackle urban poverty.
Will the victory at Standing Rock outlast Obama?
How athletes from Eritrea’s national soccer team planned a mass defection:
Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie on our moral duty in the wake of Donald Trump’s election.
Bana Alabed, Twitter’s child witness to the battle for Aleppo.
Germany increasingly appears to be the strongest remaining bastion of liberal democracy:
For any young dancer, getting to play the Nutcracker Prince is a major life event.
A cartoon by Peter C. Vey. See more on our cartoon Instagram:
Remembering how much fun New York used to be, through old night-life flyers.
A cartoon by Sam Gross. See more on our cartoon Instagram:
Gavin Grimm’s transgender-rights case and the problem with informal executive action:
Meet Ritchie Torres, the youngest elected official in New York City:
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