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RT @vauhinivara: Robots upended manufacturing. Are the service professions next? nyr.kr/1wEQ3rp
Fifty years after his political début, Reagan remains a “monomaniacal obsession” for Republicans, @JeffShesol writes: nyr.kr/1FWrrjb
Michael Lemonick on the Antares explosion and the inevitable risks of space travel: nyr.kr/1wEDcWb
“Baseball’s absolute unpredictability makes amateurs of us all.” Roger Angell on the #WorldSeries: nyr.kr/1pZ7D4y
Michael Lemonick on the Anartes explosion and the inevitable risks of space travel: nyr.kr/1wEDcWb
MT @talkofthetown: In preparation for Game 7 tonight, read @reeveswiedeman on the @Royals human good-luck charm. nyr.kr/1tzzzC6
In memory of Galway Kinnell, a look at his 2012 poem “Astonishment” nyr.kr/1FWmVRH
KC's own @JoyceDiDonato will sing the national anthem at tonight's World Series game. My @NewYorker profile of her: newyorker.com/magazine/2013/…
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.@tnyfrontrow on why Godard’s new film is “unlike any major 3-D movie” nyr.kr/1FVTNKu
.@JohnCassidy: If any Democrat is likely to emerge from the midterms as a big winner, it’s @SenWarren nyr.kr/1pZ3AoR
I wish the World Series was best of 9, just so I could have more Roger Angell posts. ow.ly/DwTB9
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“He leaves the game at the age of sixty-five, the oldest player in league history.” Imagining @KingJames’s legacy: nyr.kr/1pYARjY
How Meb Keflezighi won the Boston Marathon—and why he probably won’t make the same risky move in New York: nyr.kr/1pYwg1n
MT @elements: On the second anniversary of Sandy, we revisit Ian Frazier’s story about the hurricane & its aftermath nyr.kr/1pYwpBO
Slide Show: Ute Mahler’s portraits of life in East Germany nyr.kr/1pYmHiU pic.twitter.com/Bg6gFg06cG
Could Tom Steyer’s environmental ad campaign swing the Senate? @ElizKolbert considers: nyr.kr/1pYeHyt
Video: Two years after Hurricane Sandy, New York has begun a “managed retreat” from some vulnerable, low-lying areas nyr.kr/1xZaMpV
ɉlite Meat: @danagoodyear on a food entrepreneur who offers a delicious—but pricey—solution for guilty pleasures: nyr.kr/1tfEtTG
“The skulls we’re decorating are sugar skulls.” Reassuring parents about a Day of the Dead celebration, in @tnyshouts nyr.kr/1tf3VJa
“The brute fact is that most mergers don’t work.” James Surowiecki makes a case for corporate divorce: nyr.kr/1tfER4R
“One of the charms of the original was that it had just a touch of amateurism about it.” A review of “On the Town” nyr.kr/1tf5QgL
The new voter-identification law is a depressing spectacle, but not a hopeless one, @JeffreyToobin writes: nyr.kr/1pUiXPl
An Investor Confronts the Ebola Crisis in Sierra Leone nyr.kr/1pVR4GF
Physicists have known about cosmic rays since the nineteen-thirties. Still, their source remains a mystery: nyr.kr/1pVQqsF
Despite the success of secret menus, some fast-food chains insist on maintaining the air of hiddenness: nyr.kr/1tzmJ75
Six thousand pounds of broccoli, a metric ton of lobster, and hundreds of chefs. Photos of cruise cuisine: nyr.kr/1tzpgy9
In the magazine this week, John Lanchester reflects on how foodism has gotten out of hand: nyr.kr/ZUVh6o
.@BorowitzReport: A poll shows that the proxy candidates of billionaires are likely to win 98% of next week’s races nyr.kr/1pUpKsd
Read our analysis and commentary on the 2014 midterms and the battle for Congress: nyr.kr/1tf7Fuf
Picture Desk: Jerry McMillan’s portrait of Ed Ruscha nyr.kr/1pUF8ox
“Trust me: babies are the worst.” An excerpt from @meganamram’s forthcoming book: nyr.kr/1tftJ7V
Why Dilma Rousseff’s victory in Brazil has significant implications for the world’s financial markets: nyr.kr/1tfIIP7
“I’m behind on my issues of @TheEconomist ... Could I have a few days off to catch up?” Secret Fantasies of Adults: nyr.kr/1tyEh30
.@bengreenman on what it’s like to collaborate on a memoir with George Clinton: nyr.kr/1tfsBkH
Ahead of tonight’s game, read @reeveswiedeman’s story on the @Royals’ good-luck charm: nyr.kr/1tzzzC6
.@tnyCloseRead on Christie and Cuomo, the Ebola kings: nyr.kr/1tfuEFr
.@sfj on the new Bob Dylan box set: “Better to approach it as a toolbox than as a serial listening experience.” nyr.kr/ZU0RWP
The married musicians @belafleckbanjo & @abigailwashburn make their first New York City appearance together tomorrow: nyr.kr/1ty0xdl
Video: At this year's #NYerFest, Stephen Sondheim revealed exclusive details about a new musical nyr.kr/1tA9eUH
As a teen in 1945, Robert Gottlieb was blown away by the Broadway hit “On the Town.” His thoughts on the new version: nyr.kr/1tf5QgL
Will the @Royals Get Yosted in Game Six? nyr.kr/1tfgunD
“Change the beat & the instruments around the voice, & her songs could work anywhere.” –@sfj on Taylor Swift, in 2008 nyr.kr/1tf9Mhv
“Instituting a travel ban makes no scientific sense whatsoever—the voters love that.” Today’s daily cartoon: nyr.kr/1pUkogQ
In North Carolina, a Campaign Ad Invokes the Death of Trayvon Martin nyr.kr/1tf5SVV
.@BorowitzReport: A new poll indicates that billionaires are likely to retain control of the United States government nyr.kr/1pUpKsd
This week, @JamesPomerantz photographs foods from A-Z on @tnyphotobooth’s Instagram feed. Share yours with #TNYeats. nyr.kr/1zi04zd
“It’s a depressing spectacle, but not a hopeless one.” @JeffreyToobin on the Wisconsin and Texas voter-I.D. rulings: nyr.kr/1pUiXPl