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The New Yorker
What makes conservatives and liberals happy? A @tnyshouts investigation:
This week's cover, "Suiting Up,” by Mark Ulriksen:
Today's Daily Cartoon by Christopher Weyant:
“Tomorrowland” is a bright sci-fi thriller that turns stiff. Anthony Lane’s review:
Saul Leiter’s painted nudes reveal a fascination with surfaces:
Andy Friedman started drawing baseball cards when he was a kid, but he never drew the stars:
A cartoon by Roz Chast. See more from this week's issue:
This summer in dance: American Ballet Theatre unveils a lavish new "Sleeping Beauty," and more
George Benjamin's opera "Written on Skin" is a highlight of the Mostly Mozart Festival:
New fiction by Dorthe Nors, in this week's issue:
It's (almost) summer. Revisit the "Summer Over the City" photo project: #TNYarchive
An investigation into who owns London's largest and most expensive home​:
Dexter Filkins and Nicholas Schmidle join Dorothy Wickenden to discuss the fight against ISIS:
"Mad Max" gathers up all that we seem to crave from our movies and yanks it to the limit:
Diners jostle for fresh fish by the pound at Astoria Seafood. @hannahgoldfield reviews:
Can Colombia control its coca problem? @jonleeanderson on the war against drugs:
"This summer is a time of self-surpassing efforts for actors and directors alike" @tnyfrontrow
A cartoon by Alex Gregory. See more from this week's issue:
Today's Daily Cartoon by Christopher Weyant:
"By far the best thing about 'Mad Max: Fury Road' is the story." @tnyfrontrow reviews:
A summertime subscription offer for The New Yorker: