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The New Yorker
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In memory of Gabriel Garcia Marquez, who died today at 87, a look back at @jonleeanderson's Profile of the writer:
.@TNYJohnCassidy on Janet Yellen's omission of the b-word in her first big speech on monetary policy:
.@tnyfrontrow on “Manakamana,” a documentary set entirely within the capsules of a cable-car line in Nepal:
.@BorowitzReport: Rick Perry Hopes Combination of Wearing Glasses and Not Talking Will Make Him Seem Smarter
Brad Leithauser on unrequested gifts, in life and in literature:
Mick Stevens imagines #TSA suspect behaviors in today’s daily cartoon:
RT @tnynewsdesk: @RickHertzberg on New York's step toward better voting:
Read “Hubcaps,” Thomas McGuane’s short story in this week’s issue:
David Denby calls “Draft Day,” Ivan Reitman’s new football movie, “routinely macho, blustery, and square” (subs req)
National Popular Vote: New York State Climbs Aboard
RT @MJSchulman: For Talk of the Town this week, I went on a trampoline with Toni Collette. Cause why not?
Burkhard Bilger writes about the ongoing effort to explore what may be the deepest cave in the world:
Adrienne Raphel on Moleskine’s brand power in the digital age:
.@MLemonick on the story about a cherry tree that has at least some scientists flummoxed:
“Please write an essay of at least four tweets in length about a thing of your choosing.” Humorous SAT revisions:
Cartoon of the night by Charlie Hankin:
Leon Neyfakh on Betty Wright, a confidante, muse, and teacher to some of the world’s best-known hip-hop artists:
The Amazing Tale of the Cherry Pit from Space
Kill Bill: @eosnos on what happens when politicians literally shoot laws
Can the New York Cosmos and Soccer’s Minor League Coexist?
Moleskine is very good at telling stories about its brand. Can its latest win over the techie crowd?
“Match the slanty word or phrase with its meaning.” Humorous alternative SAT questions:
RT @TNYJohnCassidy: The United States and Israel: What Now For The "Honest Broker"?
Are Woodford Reserve’s new ads sexist? @iancrouch on the debate: