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The New Yorker
Yes, teens are the worst. But science can help explain why:
A rare portrait of everyday life in the suburbs of Paris:
The fall art season in New York City kicks off with two blockbusters in three dimensions:
Is wine criticism becoming increasingly baroque?
The beauty of summer science:
Watching Manhattan's high-rise-window washers might make you weak in the knees:
Approximately one of every fifteen people on earth lives in the watershed of the Yangtze:
Our Fall Preview of classical music at Carnegie Hall and the Metropolitan Opera:
A cartoon by @carolitajohnson. Find more cartoon's from this week's issue:
How did a political outlier become the front-runner for the Republican nomination?
Please fill out this @tnyshouts rental application for the Judgmental Towers Apartment Complex
Today's Daily Cartoon by Kaamran Hafeez. Find more cartoons here:
.@LBMBooks captures the resilient spirit of New Orleans, ten years after Hurricane Katrina:
A cartoon by Christopher Weyant. Find more cartoons from this week's issue here:
In @tnyshouts: J. Jill, Ann Taylor, Lane Bryant, and Eileen Fisher get together for tea
Today's Daily Cartoon by Kaamran Hafeez. See more cartoons here:
Photos that capture both the harshness and the vitality of the Paris suburbs:
.@tnyfrontrow on the filmmaker Eric Rohmer’s costume dramas, coming soon to @BAMcinematek:
Historical reconstructions will dominate movie screens this fall. @tnyfrontrow's highlights:
A cartoon by @tomchitty. See more cartoons from this week’s issue here:
That time I took my brain in for repairs, in @tnyshouts:
After being liberated from a storage unit, Jack Smith's art is seeing the light of day:

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