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Should watching a boat slip down a fjord be touted as the chill person’s television? @nathanheller on slow TV: nyr.kr/1qRFYkX
Obama to Move to Doorman Building, via @BorowitzReport: nyr.kr/1rChf9l
RT @tnyCloseRead: Omar Gonzalez's East Room run--and why it shouldn't turn the White House into a militarized bubble: nyr.kr/1rCe95c
“Here is a goddess, and she wants to be your friend.” From #TNYarchive, Anthony Lane on Julia Roberts’s appeal: nyr.kr/ZkwSIf
Jennifer Gonnerman offers a rare account of life inside the notorious jail for adolescents on Rikers Island: nyr.kr/Zkt2yw
“You can’t make a call with the Phoney ... But you can make a point.” @TimFiteMusic discusses his latest project: nyr.kr/ZledvF
A new biography revisits the professional achievements and personal troubles of the late comedian Phil Hartman: nyr.kr/ZkoDvB
How and where do pleasure and motivation—the impulse to eat a piece of cake or to resist it—arise in the brain? nyr.kr/1orv1Xv
“[Ian] Teh has chosen to depict the world’s most populous country as devoid of people.” @eosnos on haunting photos: nyr.kr/1orgwmC
Take a look at our first-ever animated-GIF cover, “Rainy Day,” by Christoph Niemann: nyr.kr/1wQEGvW
.@bengreenman on what is “easily Prince’s most coherent and satisfying record in more than a decade” nyr.kr/ZkXSHs
At the Tiny Telephone recording studio, messiness can be a virtue. @jfagone on @johnvanderslice’s “sloppy hi-fi” nyr.kr/1orhZt6
RT @RyanLizza: John McCain told me he would support Rand Paul for president if Paul wins the 2016 GOP nomination: nyr.kr/1sJYF1q
Malick Sidibé photographed British painter Chris Ofili for the magazine this week. Behind-the-scenes at the shoot: nyr.kr/1oqpTmJ
.@theryanbradley sums up his E.V. experience: “enthusiasm for the concept, tempered by a surprisingly crummy reality” nyr.kr/1oro20N
From #TNYarchive: The legacy of Katharine Hepburn, who helped to pave the way for stronger female characters onscreen nyr.kr/ZkwAku
Kevin Canty explains the story behind “Story, with Bird,” his piece in the magazine this week: nyr.kr/Zkpo82
Does a Yahoo–AOL merger make sense? @vauhinivara explains why it might: nyr.kr/1ort11s
Throughout the week, we’ll be sharing new and classic stories about the inner workings of the brain. Take a look: nyr.kr/ZkqYqn
In honor of the Supreme Court's opening conference, revisit six classic #SCOTUS stories from #TNYarchive: nyr.kr/1x6SPcs
.@JohnCassidy on why this year’s @rydercup feud “may well become a case study at Harvard Business School” nyr.kr/1orpGj1
“There are few figures in the past twenty years of electronic music as important & as mercurial as @AphexTwin.” —@sfj nyr.kr/1oqF5Ae
.@wrightr on Hassan Rouhani’s dinner for former U.S. officials from all six Administrations since the 1979 revolution nyr.kr/ZktoWb
“I don’t hesitate to apply the M-word—masterwork—to this new film.” @tnyfrontrow on Hong Sang-soo’s “Hill of Freedom” nyr.kr/1uwoGRZ
Last summer, Amy Savage collected what would become the @AMNH’s first sample of Manhattan street ants: nyr.kr/ZkvCET
Will the Supreme Court choose to hear any gay-marriage cases during its upcoming term? @Socarides considers: nyr.kr/Zl5GJl
“The glum fact is that ‘Gone Girl’ lacks clout where it needs it most, at its core,” Anthony Lane writes: nyr.kr/ZkWwfH
Listen to Margaret Talbot’s Comment about Mark Fuller, domestic violence, and privacy: nyr.kr/1oqEfmU
.@asarahlarson on a new biography of the late comedian Phil Hartman: nyr.kr/ZkoDvB
“He was a bankable movie star amid fantasy-league assets.” @mcgrathben’s farewell to Derek Jeter: nyr.kr/ZkzFkA
A slide show of photographs from the growing protests in Hong Kong: nyr.kr/ZkzUvR
Two weeks into his retirement from professional racing, @thejensie broke cycling’s one-hour record: nyr.kr/ZkpHzJ
Is Apple’s new campus as earth-friendly as the company’s rhetoric makes it sound? nyr.kr/Yk7hNY
.@JohnCassidy on Obama's Syria strategy: hit and hope nyr.kr/Zkjy6s
Take a look at Christoph Niemann’s animated, rainy-day cover this week: nyr.kr/1wQEGvW
Can @SenRandPaul go mainstream with his father’s fringe ideology? @RyanLizza reports: nyr.kr/1sJYF1q pic.twitter.com/Ee3hKQ8O0e
Podcast: Dexter Filkins & @lawrence_wright on America’s escalating attacks against terrorist groups in Syria & Iraq: nyr.kr/1pAvVjO
Penelope Gilliatt’s 1978 Profile of Diane Keaton, published a year after the release of “Annie Hall” nyr.kr/1uwoGkL #TNYarchive
Slide Show: Sebastião Salgado’s “Genesis,” a presentation of untarnished landscapes shot over a span of eight years nyr.kr/Yla0GZ
In New York, Renzi mania or Renzi remorse? @a_stille on the Italian Prime Minister’s appearance at the @CFR_org: nyr.kr/1pAubqW
Using a ten-minute quiz, Cloverpop offers to guide you through big life decisions. @BetsyMorais on the new site: nyr.kr/1n3UxHx
Eleven Posts You May Have Missed This Week nyr.kr/1pAuguC
Video: California’s Central Valley is gripped by one of the worst droughts on record nyr.kr/1poCfuG
Read some of our favorite New Yorker classics on actresses from the past few decades: nyr.kr/YBLIIR #TNYarchive
Alec Wilkinson goes record shopping with @ImeldaOfficial: nyr.kr/1utVo6c
The European Court ruled that Google must delete certain links that violate privacy. What are the consequences? nyr.kr/1oe2oNr
In her new book, Eula Biss explores the deep roots of parental anxiety about vaccines, and how to conquer it: nyr.kr/1rk9o1g
Watch what @tnyfrontrow calls "one of the greatest dance performances in the history of cinema" nyr.kr/1uJXoUp