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The New Yorker
Thomas McGuane discusses his short story, “Motherlode,” in this week’s issue: nyr.kr/1uc3xto
Steve Coll wonders where Obama’s return to military engagement in the Middle East will lead: nyr.kr/1rH0kEn
This week, @alexis_ok explores the work of Biram Dah Abeid, the most prominent antislavery activist in Mauritania: nyr.kr/1B9cLdg
Following the latest celebrity-photo leak, @jaycaspiankang asks: Who is at risk now? nyr.kr/W3lGNP
.@alexrossmusic on the pleasures and frustrations of listening online: nyr.kr/1B9cI0V
New York City is the heroin capital of the country, and the epidemic has hit its most tranquil borough the hardest: nyr.kr/1q1lnzg
RT @jaycaspiankang: wrote about the celebrity leaks and the possible security implications. nyr.kr/W3lGNP
Mark Ulriksen, a Red Sox fan, commemorates Derek Jeter’s final season, on this week’s cover: nyr.kr/1q1ldI1
Calvin Trillin’s 1989 story on the strange genius of Penn and Teller: nyr.kr/Z0UMaY #TNYarchive
Tracy K. Smith has won the Academy of American Poets Fellowship. Revisit her poem, "Alternate Take: Levon Helm": nyr.kr/Z0JH9Y
A hundred years ago this Labor Day weekend, the passenger pigeon became extinct. @ElizKolbert on its demise: nyr.kr/1nP2L0D
Can Staten Island’s middle-class neighborhoods defeat an overdose epidemic? Ian Frazier investigates: nyr.kr/1q1lnzg
Slide Show: A field guide to contemporary American recreation nyr.kr/1nKkuGu
Roger Angell’s farewell to Derek Jeter, accompanied by this week’s cover: nyr.kr/1tijbWh
If Hello Kitty's not a cat, what is Mickey Mouse? @ColinJStokes analyzes other cartoon "animals" nyr.kr/Z0HyLu #satire
The new cover of “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory” is “strangely but tellingly misbegotten,” Margaret Talbot writes nyr.kr/1qnBOVc
Podcast: Dexter Filkins and Amy Davidson on the threat of ISIS and the challenges Obama faces in his response to it nyr.kr/1nKjrpU
As a generation ages, a powerful lobby may be losing its influence. Connie Bruck reports on a changing AIPAC: nyr.kr/XLHn6v
RT @talkofthetown: Welcome to Suburbia, a secret punk concert venue/paradise in a Bushwick apartment: nyr.kr/1lfLt0W
John Oliver's @LastWeekTonight has harnessed the power of the Internet. @iancrouch on viral, "must-share" T.V. nyr.kr/1qnQx2d
Emiliano Granado travelled across the American West, creating a photographic record of how we spend our vacations: nyr.kr/1nKkuGu
.@Nas is not Your Old Droog. @jaycaspiankang debunks a hip-hop conspiracy theory: nyr.kr/1l9opkk
Eleven Posts You May Have Missed This Week nyr.kr/1ovWgPI
Weekend Reading: Observing Executions, Italian Earthquakes, Nico Muhly on Beyoncé nyr.kr/1ovWiqz
In Comment, Steve Coll wonders where Obama’s return to military engagement in the Middle East will lead: nyr.kr/1rH0kEn
W. S. Merwin began contributing to the magazine in 1955. In honor of his recent @POETSorg award, a look at his work: nyr.kr/Z0K5Wb
In @tnyshouts this week, @henryalford imagines a dystopian future caused by a worldwide kale shortage: nyr.kr/1vT7Ud3
A Cambridge classicist has become a feminist hero. @Rebeccamead_NYC profiles "troll slayer" @wmarybeard: nyr.kr/1tCD1Jx
Read David Means’s “The Tree Line, Kansas, 1934,” in our collection of crime-and-punishment stories from #TNYarchive: nyr.kr/1oVMegr
“Being gay is a gift from God,” the drag queen and lucha libre star Cassandro tells William Finnegan: nyr.kr/XLI6Vi
Why @Abercrombie has decided to shed its logo from clothing: nyr.kr/1qnnKef
Ian Frazier on Smokey the Bear, at seventy: nyr.kr/1tihS9X @talkofthetown
One of the country’s oldest black newspapers has played a role in #Ferguson that no other paper could: nyr.kr/1qnn9cs
Robert Hass has won @POETSorg's Wallace Stevens Award. Revisit some of his work for the magazine: nyr.kr/Z0JH9Y
Stuck with house guests over the long weekend? David Sedaris understands. From #TNYarchive, "Company Man" nyr.kr/YYETCa
Sandra Gilbert’s “The Culinary Imagination” explores the allure of food writing: nyr.kr/VPV16H
West Bank video-game studio PinchPoint's first release is here. @SimonParkin talks with the @SpermaniaGame team: nyr.kr/VPHoo3
#Longreads for the Long Weekend: Revisit Calvin Trillin’s 1989 Profile of Penn and Teller nyr.kr/Z0UMaY
With the rise of “goodwashing,” Shigeru Ban’s architecture has become an example of progressive humanitarianism: nyr.kr/1leQzur
"I’m done with this story now, and am as mystified by it as the next person." Joseph O'Neill on his latest: nyr.kr/1tBXaiR #fiction
“I thought I knew everything.” @JohnCassidy recalls first arriving in America, at the age of twenty-one: nyr.kr/Z0QQXY
Derek Jeter’s “ease, his daily joy in his work, has lightened the sadness of this farewell,” Roger Angell writes: nyr.kr/1tijbWh
MT @CultureDesk: @joshuarothman on the marketing campaign NASA used to get Americans on board with an Apollo mission nyr.kr/1tC5krE
RT @SportingScene: Roger Federer’s Nine Racquets nyr.kr/1tihZCf
If Hello Kitty's not a cat, what is Mickey Mouse? @ColinJStokes analyzes other cartoon "animals" nyr.kr/Z0HyLu #satire
Podcast: Dexter Filkins and @tnyCloseRead on the threat of ISIS and the challenges Obama faces in his response to it nyr.kr/1nKjrpU
A song about leaving New York for the weekend, by @MarcPhilippe200: nyr.kr/1nKkFl6
At one of the nation's oldest black newspapers, journalism and activism mix. @williams_paige on the @StLouisAmerican: nyr.kr/1qnn9cs
Roger Angell’s farewell to Derek Jeter, accompanied by next week’s cover: nyr.kr/1tijbWh