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A journey through the melting Arctic: nyr.kr/1N7iDN0 #TNYarchive
Today's Daily Cartoon by Kaamran Hafeez. Find more cartoons here: nyr.kr/1N7n8qK
From high school to City Hall: Meet the youngest member of N.Y.C.’s Community Board 8 nyr.kr/1N587FO
Inside the high-tech estate where Novak Djokovic trained for the U.S. Open: nyr.kr/1UhRwTy
A cartoon by Zachary Kanin. Find more cartoons from this week's issue here: nyr.kr/1JHncqc
.@fenmontaigne’s 2009 story on one man's mission to save the dwindling Adélie penguins: nyr.kr/1FdiFLe
A cartoon by Drew Dernavich. Discover more cartoons here: nyr.kr/1UipyqI
The film "Digging for Fire" has a cast that any director could envy: nyr.kr/1LHfNOd
Our resident tennis fans discuss the players who are likely to dominate at the U.S. Open: nyr.kr/1JH8qj7
.@DeafWest brings the musical “Spring Awakening” back to Broadway, in sign language: nyr.kr/1JH4VJB
Oliver Sacks on the connection between memory and music: nyr.kr/1Vsda4F #TNYarchive
Today's Daily Cartoon by Kaamran Hafeez. See more cartoons here: nyr.kr/1Fcb4fT
.@BorowitzReport: Nation With Crumbling Bridges and Roads Excited to Build Giant Wall nyr.kr/1NSebAD
This week's cover, "The Mouse of Wall Street," by Joost Swarte: nyr.kr/1JGzhvR
Has the Afropunk Festival abandoned its origins? nyr.kr/1hlN2cx
.@tnyfrontrow's Fall Movie Preview highlights include "Carol," "Brooklyn," and "Experimenter": nyr.kr/1LHfNxF
After designing period-protective underwear, @dearkates has expanded into yoga pants: nyr.kr/1hlN1Fq
Yes, teens are the worst. But science can help explain why: nyr.kr/1LHfP8X
A rare portrait of everyday life in the suburbs of Paris: nyr.kr/1LHfOSn
The fall art season in New York City kicks off with two blockbusters in three dimensions: nyr.kr/1MSPnrD
Is wine criticism becoming increasingly baroque? nyr.kr/1hlN2th
The beauty of summer science: nyr.kr/1MQanz1
Watching Manhattan's high-rise-window washers might make you weak in the knees: nyr.kr/1LHfNxN
Approximately one of every fifteen people on earth lives in the watershed of the Yangtze: nyr.kr/1Vj3DNl
Our Fall Preview of classical music at Carnegie Hall and the Metropolitan Opera: nyr.kr/1KaUkwT




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