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.@KTTunstall’s “Suddenly I See” was a response to a famous portrait of Patti Smith. More songs inspired by photos:
A look back at @nickschmidle’s 2013 story on the murder of the decorated Navy SEAL sniper Chris Kyle:
.@Socarides on why we may be “in the final stages of the campaign for same-sex marriage”
From our New York City Collection, Joseph Mitchell’s classic 1940 story about McSorley’s Old Ale House: #TNYarchive
“One thing I learned about [Chris] Kyle … was his propensity for embellishment.” @nickschmidle on the Ventura verdict
RT @tnynewsdesk: Richard Preston's 1992 story about an outbreak of Ebola in a research facility near Washington, D.C.
.@andrewmarantz speaks with Ansel Elkins, @standardEV’s poet in residence:
David Remnick on James Brown & “arguably the most electrifying performance in the history of postwar American music”
.@BorowitzReport: Putin Holds Emergency Meeting of Imaginary Friends
John Lanchester discusses—and decodes—the language of finance:
In this week’s issue, @michelleinbklyn explores the clash between radical feminism and transgenderism:
.@eosnos on why plagiarism in politics often goes unpunished:
Judith Thurman on the global business of sartorial slumming:
Rashid Khalidi makes an argument for why “the United States’ support of current Israeli policy is folly”
In one of Joan Acocella’s favorites from #TNYarchive, Nancy Franklin explores the professional side of Ping-Pong:
Behind the scenes of “Sharknado 2: The Second One,” which premières Wednesday on @Syfy:
Wasseem El Sarraj on #Gaza and “the constant dilemma, for families like ours, of whether to stay or go”
The Digital Life of Salman Rushdie
“Israel appears increasingly determined to go it alone.” @TNYJohnCassidy on the situation in #Gaza:
“What does Palin, unshackled and generally gone rogue, sound like?” @iancrouch watches the Sarah Palin Channel:
.@mcgrathben on plans for a pool in the East River:
RT @PGourevitch: John Cheever’s 1954 story “The Five-Forty-Eight”: like the genetic code of Mad Men from #TNYarchive
Podcast: Michelle Goldberg and Margaret Talbot discuss the history of transgender-feminist tensions
Peter Schjeldahl visits Christopher Williams’s retrospective at @MuseumModernArt:
MT @susanorlean: This was one of my favorite stories -- about one of my favorite critters: #TNYarchive