Between coffees, obviously.
Between coffees, obviously.
A subtweet, New Yorker style.
Secrets on reporting and storytelling from some of the best in the business.
It’s called “Jury Of His Peers” and it sticks the landing. Barry Blitt is very good at what he does.
Who’s DDing tonight?
“Bridgegate” is manna from satire heaven for New York media.
It’s been 14 years since the debut of Als’ critically acclaimed memoir The Women, but the writer is back with an explosive take on race, sex, and celebrity. No wonder Junot Diaz calls White Girls “the read of the year.”
“When I heard that the troubled Obamacare website was built by a Canadian company, of course I felt personally responsible,” said Barry Blitt, who drew the new cover.
Despite what you might’ve heard, it takes a lot more than killing a cockroach and crying on the subway.
SPOILER ALERT: A whole lot better than you’d think.
Anthony Weiner = Sexting King Kong.
A “Moment of Joy” for an iconic couple.
You probably won’t fool an actual smart person. But it’s worth a shot.
“I’m not going to be guided by what’s written or not written.”
It’s hard to believe this thing is finally wrapping up. A look back at the campaign’s most memorable magazine covers.
What was wrong with Jennifer Egan’s Twitter fiction experiment for The New Yorker.
Never forget. (h/t Dylan Byers)
He smiles as Mitt and Newt maul one another.
Re-enacting this scene will be a holiday tradition in my family for years to come. Well that and turkey obviously.
Famed cartoonist R. Crumb says he’ll never again work for the New Yorker after they rejected this cover without explanation. They commissioned Crumb in 2009 to do a cover on the subject of gay marriage, he turned this in, they rejected it and gave no reason. Too offensive? Not offensive enough? Only David Remnick knows for sure.
It’s safe to assume you’ve already heard the news that Arrested Development is returning to the tube for one more mini-season before it hits the big screen. So let’s celebrate by watching Will Arnett lead the cast in his classic chicken dance to end their New Yorker Festival reunion panel. (via gotchamediablog.com) Watch Video ›
For years, Roger Ebert has entered the New Yorker’s Cartoon Caption contest. He’s never been a finalist…until now. And happily, his entry is the clear winner. This is your chance to help make a movie reviewer very happy! View List ›
Barry Blitts is turning personal injury into art on this week’s cover of the New Yorker. Inspired by Julie Taymor’s injury during the Spider-Man Musical. Added drama never hurt ticket sales. We can only hope the playbill gets this type of redesign. View Image ›
This exclusive transcript of Heidi Montag’s conversation with God before she had her 10 plastic surgeries is surprising only in the sense that she has a fairly decent grasp on the English language.
Dan Baum, a former New Yorker writer, is Twittering the story of his dismissal from the magazine. He has been going for two days now, and so far I have learned: I’ll never be able to work at the New Yorker, and the media loves itself a lot. Stay tuned. Read More ›
Woody Allen penned a short story for The New Yorker about elderly New York Jews reincarnated as lobsters. Oh, and Bernie Madoff weasels his way in there, too. The irony, of course? Lobster is about as kosher as a nun covered in pig fat.
No girly dogs allowed. Bonus points if you find Hillary! View Image ›