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The New Yorker
The futuristic observatories of the French photographer Noemie Goudal, at the Armory Show:
The new @whitneymuseum’s inaugural show, and other art events to look out for this spring:
Hilton Als reviews Lin-Manuel Miranda’s “Hamilton”
“Try the ‘Pig Out (for Two)’: ten perfect squares of Berkshire pork belly.” Tuome, reviewed:
In celebration of National Grammar Day, read about the life of a New Yorker copy editor:
This month, @bjork performs concerts at Carnegie Hall, Kings Theatre, and City Center:
In this week’s issue, @emilynussbaum reviews “Fresh Off the Boat”
In the nineties, Ash Thayer captured an era of defiant community living on the Lower East Side
A slide show of photographs by the late Saul Leiter:
This week’s cover, “Flatiron Icebreaker,” by Birgit Schössow:
Work by the winners of @MagnumPhotos and @ukphotoshow’s second annual 30 Under 30 award:
A 1989 cartoon by Danny Shanahan. For more from the magazine’s seventh decade: #TNY90
The first photograph from space taken by a human. For more vintage NASA photos:
Lauren Lancaster shadowed male models as they shuttled to castings, fittings, & shows at #NYFW
A cartoon by Alex Gregory. For more from 1995 to 2005: #TNY90
Lauren Lancaster goes behind the scenes with the male models of #NYFW:
A 1987 cartoon by Jack Ziegler. For more from the magazine’s seventh decade: #TNY90
On @tnyphotobooth, works by the under-recognized surrealist photographer Florence Henri:
A cartoon by Sam Gross. For more from 1975 to 1985: #TNY90
Carter Goodrich created one of the nine covers of our 90th Anniversary Issue. View them all:
A look back at David Denby’s review of “The Grand Budapest Hotel”