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Much is being made over a report from The New Yorker that the the "Captain Phillips" actor is having trouble making ends meet. He was paid $65,000 two years ago for the role, which earned him a best supporting actor nomination this season. Abdi told
In the video clip, the hostwho created his own #normcore look with Hanes T-shirtsinterviews people on the street about the #normcore lifestyle and unpacks the trend's icons, like Jerry Seinfeld, Louis CK, Steve Jobs and Barack Obama . Even Barack
While you were chilling out and watching the Oscars on Sunday night, one person was busy immortalizing the show with drawings. Liza Donnelly , cartoonist for the New Yorker and author of the recently released book "Women on Men," gave the night the
Getting ready for the Oscars takes a lot of work and preparation . The New Yorker dedicated its cover this week to just that, illustrating that no one knows more about getting ready for the big night than the Golden man himself. Here is the cover: It
But Amtrak, America's long-suffering passenger railroad (which in fact carried over 31 million riders in 2012) has actually been busy with some cool stuff on the marketing front lately. On the heels of a Twitter-inspired writer-in-residency program,
One of the all-time great small-press magazines, Electric Velocipede , is ceasing publication. Tomorrow in New York, there's a "funeral" for the magazine , featuring 10 contributors reading their work. Well worth showing up for. additional replies
This week's New Yorker works night and day to educate the city about its own wildlife from a bird sanctuary in the middle of Manhattan...From the outside, it looks like any other Upper West Side storefront, except for the fancy pigeons in the window.
Writing and Arguing About Inequality: How to Make Your Case. The Argus spoke with McMillan about becoming a journalist and writing a book...Tracie McMillan: I became a reporter after interning at the Village Voice under Wayne Barrett.
The first issue of The New Yorker appeared, founded by journalist Harold Ross and his wife Jane Grant, a New York Times reporter. They envisaged a sophisticated, humorous magazine Ross famously declared that it is not edited for the old lady in
In a story Feb. 18 about the death of author Mavis Gallant, The Associated Press, quoting an editor from The New Yorker, reported erroneously that the magazine published 114 of Gallant's stories...AP) Mavis Gallant, the Montreal-born writer who