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The New Yorker
Jeremy Feinberg discovered a new species of frog. His next task was to keep track of them:
What Don Draper was thinking in the final minutes of "Mad Men," courtesy of @tnyshouts:
Floyd Mayweather’s father: “He didn’t do bad”
James Wood reviews Anne Enright’s latest novel, “The Green Road”
How do you keep a water park open in a drought?
After weeks of wild and tender sendoffs, Dave Letterman's final show was a reasonable affair:
The Colorado River is under threat from overuse, appropriation, and climate change:
A cartoon by Kaamran Hafeez. See more from this week's issue:
A treasure chest of jazz music from Thelonious Monk is being rereleased this week:
A dispatch from the pit of "The King and I" by Henry Alford:
Author and performer Dael Orlandersmith is no stranger to chaos and conflict:
.@BorowitzReport: Biker-Brawl Suspects Only Slightly Outnumber Republican Candidates:
The style of dance known as bone breaking looks as extreme as it sounds. Watch:
Andy Friedman started drawing baseball cards when he was a kid, but he never drew the stars:
John F. Kennedy’s boat is (still) for sale:
A cartoon by Joe Dator. For more cartoons from this week's issue:
Saul Leiter’s painted nudes reveal a fascination with surfaces—layers that can be peeled away
Watch the Oscar-nominated film “A Single Life,” the latest in our “Screening Room” series:
Steve Coll examines the relationship between @POTUS and the kingdom's new leadership: