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The New Yorker
.@JasonIsbell has a new solo album and a cleaned-up life style:
Sam Lipsyte joins Deborah Treisman for this month's fiction podcast:
At Occupy Summer School, students design and stage their own political protest:
.@BorowitzReport: Nation worried that rest of world might see debate:
A cartoon by Liana Finck. See a new batch of cartoons from this week's issue:
Is your thermostat sexist?
What’s coming to TV this fall? @mindykaling has some ideas, in @tnyshouts:
This week’s cover, "Summer Adventures," by Dutch cartoonist Joost Swarte:
See the @EmpireStateBldg light up with images of endangered species:
The shocking behavior of the 2016 Presidential candidates, in @tnyshouts:
Tom Cruise can’t chill out:
Endangered animals took over the @EmpireStateBldg last night. See photos from the light show:
This past month has been rough for Planned Parenthood:
Stagefright has been aptly described as “self-poisoning by adrenaline.” Why do we get it?
“On certain days, you can feel the electricity.” Speed around N.Y.C. with two pedicab drivers:
Does the world really need trophy hunting?
A cartoon by Farley Katz. See more from this week's issue:
Melissa Cacciola created a series of portraits using a Civil War-era photography technique:
The new "Wet Hot American Summer" prequel is a deliriously fun reunion:
A look at how the Sinaloa drug cartel builds its complex smuggling tunnels:
See the science behind the frozen s’more, a summer snack from the inventor of the cronut:
Heinz Insu Fenkl's story, “Five Arrows,” reflects the power of layered narrative and dialogue:
Stanley Whitney’s latest show proves that grids of color can have a surprising magnetism:
Read "Dumpster Honey," Davis McCombs's poem in this week's issue:

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