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“When You Earn It, They Can’t Take It Away”: An Interview with Pam Grier

The actress on country living, blaxploitation, and how the needs of Hollywood are different from her own.

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Jessica Simpson’s Mesmerizing Memoir of Recovery and X-ennial Fame

We’ve known since the days of “Newlyweds,” her MTV reality series, that Simpson is a talker. She’s a writer, too, entrancing and somehow economical.

March 2, 2020

The PowerPoint Platitudes of “Bloomberg by Bloomberg”

The autobiography, revised and expanded last year, in advance of Michael Bloomberg’s Presidential run, makes clear whom he sees and whom he doesn’t.

March 2, 2020

Anne Enright on Rupture and Repetition

体育投注平台The author discusses “Night Swim,” her story from this week’s issue of the magazine.

March 2, 2020

Sunday Reading: The Coronavirus and Combatting Global Pandemics

体育投注平台From The New Yorker’s archive: how public-health policy and innovation can fight the spread of contagions like COVID-19.

March 1, 2020

Stalking a Rustically Hip Family on Instagram

体育投注平台One of the easier ways to be a creep these days is to follow people on social media toward whom you have feelings that are other than warm.

March 1, 2020
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The Critics

Aharon Appelfeld’s Legends of Home

体育投注平台Because the late Israeli novelist could not remember his own past, he was forced to imagine it.

Thomas Piketty Goes Global

体育投注平台Now that the celebrity economist’s boldest ideas have been adopted by mainstream politicians, he has an even more provocative vision for transcending capitalism and overcoming our “inequality regime.”

Moses Sumney’s World of Possibilities

体育投注平台It takes only a few seconds of Sumney’s singing to make one aware of his skill for cramming as much of himself as possible into every moment of his music.

The Alluring Promises of “The Burnt Orange Heresy” and “The Whistlers”

In both films, what appears to be consensual intimacy is an act of deliberate carnal deceit.

Goings On About Town

Lekka Burger and the Quest for the Perfect Veggie Patty

体育投注平台In the golden age of vegetable-centric cooking, do we need more dishes made in the image of meat?

Armie Hammer and Tracy Letts Return to Broadway

体育投注平台Both actors star in Letts’s play “The Minutes,” now in previews at the Cort, which uses a small-town city-council meeting to suss out themes of power and its perversions.

Le Crocodile’s Bold Brooklyn Ambitions

体育投注平台On the ground floor of Williamsburg’s tony Wythe Hotel, the energetic young chefs behind Chez Ma Tante are focussed on perfecting—and occasionally revising—dozens of French classics.

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The Faces of a New Union Movement

“At the end of the day, we’re just trying to secure dignified work,” one young organizer says.

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Podcasts

Rose McGowan and Ronan Farrow on the Weinstein Verdict, and a Look at Candidate Bloomberg

An accuser of Harvey Weinstein responds to his conviction. And David Remnick assesses the political career of Michael Bloomberg with two people who have watched it up close.

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体育投注平台When Bryan Washington came out to his parents, he baked them a comforting dessert they’d been eating all their lives.