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and has its share of wisdom embellished by moments of laugh out loud. Gahan Wilson is one of the most unknown known (no reference to Errol Morris and Secretary McNamara!) people inhabiting modern culture.
Story When Angell encountered Gibson this past Friday at the Otesaga Hotel, he acknowledged that he had been intimidated to ask Gibson to be interviewed for what turned out to be three illuminating days in Omaha, Nebraska. Good, said Gibson, who
A few months ago, Seth Meyers introduced one of our favorite "Late Night" segments so far, "Live New Yorker Cartoons." Featuring deadpan commentary from "New Yorker" editor David Remnick, the bit involves the "Late Night" Players acting out several
Many of the people I talked to wanted to avoid the issue and questioned why the United States was so obsessed with race at all." But the lessons didn't stop there: Vega, a native New Yorker, finally learned to drive!
The initiative is aimed at attracting more new readers and ends a period in which, to quote the New York Times's report , the magazine has been "somewhat capricious with articles it made available online." About a third of the articles in each weekly
The New Yorker website, not to be confused with the New Yorker print magazine, is thinking about status today. In an item on its "Currency" vertical, the online New Yorker introduces us to researchers who have gained fascinating insights into how
As the familiar cultural world slowly, messily deconstructs itself, it was inevitable that cuisine would be transformed as well. Of course, it began in California, specifically, in the Los Angeles area with its lively authentic Latino-Asian food
Count this native New Yorker among those who have never quite understood the summer-time draw of the Hamptons. Bumper-to-bumper traffic going and coming, over-priced (and crowded) restaurants for sub-standard food, and snooty people? Even worse, many
For readers, though, Bell's affliction evident in her pensive captions, careful lines, and worried-over shading is rather more of a blessing. Her comics brim with unpredictable, incisive observation, as she records not just the humming details of
A Chinese recycling tycoon is providing hundreds of homeless people today with a gourmet meal and a cash handout. Billionaire Chen Guangbiao took out a full page ad in the Times on Monday to announce the event. The lunch, which will include sesame-