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The New Yorker
Slide Show: Fernando Moleres’s photos of an Internet-addiction treatment center near Beijing nyr.kr/1EQ3Wq7 pic.twitter.com/6EyJxuy4i7
Pedro Lemebel spoke brilliantly for a difference that refuses to disappear: newyorker.com/books/page-tur… pic.twitter.com/gFixnnOMOU
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Scenes from the Iowa Freedom Summit, by Danny Wilcox Frazier: nyr.kr/1Ce5Wuf pic.twitter.com/n18eBSzKjb
Two days shy of her 69th birthday, Bettye LaVette begins a two-week stand at the Café Carlyle: nyr.kr/1DaJGhW pic.twitter.com/I2ktLYR8ps
Read about this week’s cover, “Moving Day,” by Bruce McCall: nyr.kr/1z1yh31 pic.twitter.com/5zWQUQb4eU
Detailed portraits of one of western New York’s most ubiquitous subjects—snow: nyr.kr/1KCoAOG pic.twitter.com/AczHTNEGwK
Tables for Two: Shauna Lyon reviews the Eddy, in the East Village nyr.kr/1D68GqC pic.twitter.com/XZj2RJjLjX
Watch “Me + Her,” a 2014 #Sundance short film set in a world made of cardboard: nyr.kr/1yN8Xku #TNYShorts pic.twitter.com/M7Znr2DKRZ
Slide Show: Photographer David Goldblatt’s distinct look at apartheid-era South Africa nyr.kr/1wsd3qO pic.twitter.com/HDLoUjgFMl
In this week’s issue, Adam Gopnik reviews Michel Houellebecq’s new novel: nyr.kr/1yDOtJ6 pic.twitter.com/gloxC6ZJ0Z
As #Sundance2015 kicks off, watch “Yearbook,” from the 2014 official selection nyr.kr/1CUITBA #TNYShorts pic.twitter.com/LYaEddZdZa
.@JebBush says he cares about school reform. What does his record show? nyr.kr/1KUC9ZZ #longreads pic.twitter.com/l2r598cf3o
The photographer Jake Lindeman spent this past spring living in Cuba. A look at his work: nyr.kr/1JcVe7V pic.twitter.com/A2Twfnvbsg
The many responses to the #SOTU address, in today’s daily cartoon: nyr.kr/1Jf2qOV pic.twitter.com/xTEBC0EgC8
Ahead of tonight’s #SOTU address, revisit David Remnick’s portrait of the President: nyr.kr/1J8j2YK pic.twitter.com/dn20k81cR0
A look at George Steinmetz’s photographs of New York City from above: nyr.kr/1GmRJhg pic.twitter.com/qS1wTPHHmS
A look at Steve Schapiro’s powerful, rarely seen photographs of the Selma-to-Montgomery march: nyr.kr/1BPnTPp pic.twitter.com/gA3eD43j67
Nadia Sablin’s exploration into the daily lives of her two unmarried aunts, who live together: nyr.kr/1wcngHR pic.twitter.com/B5gik9bwVe
.@tnyfrontrow on the silent masterworks at this year’s New York Jewish Film Festival: nyr.kr/1IQQ8fE pic.twitter.com/MeRQ5kAUf4
A cartoon by Julian Rowe, from this week’s issue. For more: nyr.kr/1B8hjSK pic.twitter.com/EruK5Vpsx2