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Take a look at our collection of stories about New York City, available to everyone, through the fall: #TNYarchive
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.@BorowitzReport: Millions Pay for Rare Opportunity to Hear Sarah Palin Speak
RT @NYerFiction: This week’s story, “Action,” by Paul Theroux, is now online.
Did the Chicago police coerce witnesses into pinpointing the wrong man for murder? @nickschmidle investigates:
A look at this week’s cover, “Venus on the Beach,” by Roz Chast:
Our fiction editor Deborah Treisman introduces a collection of classic love stories from our archive:
In this week’s Comment, David Remnick considers the outbreak of violence and instability abroad this summer:
“I tried to be up front with people ... I just let them know, this girl beats up guys.” On the @ufc star @RondaRousey
.@tnyfrontrow argues that the real secret of star power isn’t in acting—it’s in directing:
Malcolm Gladwell on Kim Philby, spies, and the dangers of paranoia:
From our Love Stories Collection, “The Cheater’s Guide to Love,” by Junot Díaz: #TNYarchive
Tad Friend talks to @BurtsBees’ Burt Shavitz, an “unlikely emblem of balms and unguents”
Slide Show: Happy Birthday, Mr. Eggleston
RT @NewYorkerVideo: How did the C-section become America’s most common major surgery? A short documentary:
.@JoeBiden talks to @eosnos about Ukraine, Obama, and his potential to complicate a Hillary Clinton candidacy in 2016
How the performers @MaddieandTae are fighting back against sexist depictions of women in country music:
About 95% of people who procrastinate wish they could stop. Could the tendency, then, be genetic?
How did the paleo diet get so trendy—and what are its environmental costs? @ElizKolbert writes:
“The virtuosity is breathtaking.” Joan Acocella on a Kabuki performance at @LincolnCenter:
In this week’s Comment, David Remnick reflects on the escalating conflict between the Israelis and the Palestinians:
Eleven Posts You May Have Missed This Week
On our newly redesigned site, our entire archive—dating back to 2007—is available, for free, through the fall:
Read @sayrafiezadeh’s short story, “Last Meal at Whole Foods,” in the magazine this week: