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In this issue

THE TALK OF THE TOWN
David Remnick on Russia and Navalny; diving the Hudson; an exoneree libretto; fashionable mammals; overheard at the Armory.

ANNALS OF CRIME
Invisible Workers - Ian Urbina
Inside North Korea’s forced-labor program in China.

UNLEARNED LESSONS

\"About Dry Grasses.\"

UNLEARNED LESSONS

6 mins

FORGIVE ME NOT

A revival of Dominique Morisseau's \"Sunset Baby.\"

FORGIVE ME NOT

5 mins

SWORD PLAY

\"Shogun,\" on FX.

SWORD PLAY

5 mins

ARRESTED DEVELOPMENT

The long adolescence of Carson McCullers.

ARRESTED DEVELOPMENT

10+ mins

LORDING IT

Can Byron be freed from the Byronic?

LORDING IT

10+ mins

THE SPIT OF HIM

Kevin didn't have a rain jacket and for that reason he wasn't wearing one. A pair of \"Bananas in Pyjamas\" pajama bottoms bunched over the shafts of his rain boots. From his left shoulder, a flat laptop bag dangled. It had been consigned to his school's lost-property box and had remained there more than four months before he'd claimed it for himself. Now it flapped rhythmically against his hip. It contained next to nothing, but he felt that it lent him a professional air.

THE SPIT OF HIM

6 mins

THE DISPOSSESSED

Israeli settlers are escalating attacks on their Palestinian neighbors.

THE DISPOSSESSED

10+ mins

STARBURST

The next big solar storm could devastate our power grid and communication systems. Are we prepared?

STARBURST

10+ mins

INVISIBLE WORKERS

How North Korea operates a forced-labor program in China.

INVISIBLE WORKERS

10+ mins

IDENTITY CRISIS

A professor claimed for years to be Native. She insists it was just a mistake.

IDENTITY CRISIS

10+ mins

UNREAL LIFE

\"Russian Troll Farm\" lands Off Broadway.

UNREAL LIFE

5 mins

TORN PAGES

The fate and the power of books in wartime.

TORN PAGES

10+ mins

FOUR YEARS LATER

What we can't learn from 2020.

FOUR YEARS LATER

10+ mins

DISPOSSESSED

In Tommy Orange's \"Wandering Stars,\" history and its horrors are heritable.

DISPOSSESSED

10+ mins

NORTHERN ATTITUDE

How Noah Kahan went from rural Vermont to the world.

NORTHERN ATTITUDE

10+ mins

ON THE NIGHT OF THE KHATAM

Through no fault of our own (naturally), we were late. Our wives, you see, had decided to tag along.

ON THE NIGHT OF THE KHATAM

10+ mins

BORDER TROUBLES

Why are Republicans impeaching Alejandro Mayorkas?

BORDER TROUBLES

10+ mins

THE CHAOS AGENT

Matt Gaetz threw the House into disarray. What does he want?

THE CHAOS AGENT

10+ mins

SKIN IN THE GAME

Inside the frenzied business of designer ball pythons.

SKIN IN THE GAME

10+ mins

EXCERPTS FROM A POSTING FOR MY IDEAL JOB

You are an experienced writer who lives and breathes finding excuses to avoid writing.

EXCERPTS FROM A POSTING FOR MY IDEAL JOB

2 mins

IN THE WEEDS

The struggle to sell legal marijuana in New York.

IN THE WEEDS

10+ mins

The Oligarch's Son

Following a mysterious plunge into the Thames, two grieving parents reckon with the anatomy of a fall.

The Oligarch's Son

10+ mins

A Reporter at Large – Democracy in Darkness

What Ukraine has already lost in its fight against Russia.

A Reporter at Large – Democracy in Darkness

10+ mins

Post-Apocalypse Now

The experimental Ukrainian opera "Chornobyldorf," at La Mama.

Post-Apocalypse Now

7 mins

REALMS OF THE SENSES

“The Taste of Things” and Ennio.”

REALMS OF THE SENSES

6 mins

LUSH LIFE

“Days of Wine and Roses” and The Animal Kingdom.”

LUSH LIFE

5 mins

BURN BOOK

“Feud: Capote vs. the Swans,” on FX.

BURN BOOK

5 mins

PUCKER UP

The offbeat indulgence of handmade vinegar.

PUCKER UP

7 mins

THE RETICENT RADICAL

Baruch Spinoza's quiet revolution.

THE RETICENT RADICAL

10+ mins

WHAT GOES AROUND

The stories we tell about female violence.

WHAT GOES AROUND

10+ mins

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The New Yorker Magazine Description:

PublisherCondé Nast

CategoryCulture

LanguageEnglish

FrequencyWeekly

The New Yorker is a weekly magazine that features journalism, commentary, criticism, essays, fiction, satire, cartoons, and poetry. It was founded in 1925 and is published by Condé Nast. The magazine is known for its in-depth reporting, its sharp and witty writing, and its iconic cartoons.

The New Yorker has a long and distinguished history. It has published some of the most important and influential writers of the 20th and 21st centuries, including Dorothy Parker, E.B. White, John Updike, Philip Roth, and Susan Sontag. The magazine has also won numerous awards, including the Pulitzer Prize for National Reporting.

The New Yorker is a must-read for anyone who wants to stay informed about current events and culture. It is also a great source of entertainment and thought-provoking essays.

Here are some of the things you can expect to find in The New Yorker Magazine:

*In-depth reporting on current events, politics, and culture
*Sharp and witty commentary on the news and the world around us
*Essays on a wide range of topics, from personal experiences to philosophical musings
*Fiction by some of the best writers in the world
*Satire and cartoons that poke fun at the powerful and the ridiculous

If you are looking for a magazine that is intelligent, informative, and entertaining, then The New Yorker is the magazine for you. It is a magazine that has something to offer everyone.

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