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: In the spring of 2010, Julia Olson, an environmental attorney based in Oregon, was introduced to Alec Loorz, a teen-ager from Ventura, California, and the founder of an advocacy group...
: Danny Barker, a jazz guitarist and banjoist who was born in 1909 the French Quarter in New Orleans, always had a curious mind. Once, as a boy, while delivering groceries to a house in...
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: When trying to understand what has befallen Comet Ping Pong, a pizza restaurant in Washington, D.C., over the past few weeks, should one start with the gun or with the lies? Both are...
: Cooking a clean, delicious, nourishing meal for my children and myself is always the forty-third-best part of my day (forty-seventh if you catch me during...
: WASHINGTON (The Borowitz Report )—In his first public statement since Donald Trump chose him to be the Secretary of Housing and Urban Development,...
: Men in the Mexican town of San Juan de la Vega were having trouble with their sledgehammers. The heads were tearing off—because they were loading them with homemade explosives and...
: Shortly after the Presidential election, a small piece of good news came over the wire: the Thomas Mann villa  in Los Angeles has been saved. The house, which was built to Mann’s...
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: Earlier this year, in the deep boredom of late winter, I started keeping a Google doc called “Who Played Themselves 2016.” It was both a private joke and a serious inquiry. There was something...
: It is certainly possible to view “Exhibitionism,” the travelling show of Rolling Stones artifacts, costumes, and memorabilia which recently opened in the West Village, as yet another attempt...
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: Let us pause. If you could be saved then yes, ok. If you could be contained in life then yes. But diligent, foolish, I count off the dates—your days, your breaths—as if this mistrust of the natural...
: Around eleven o’clock on the night of October 10, 2015, Samson Arefaine learned that he had been selected to play on the national soccer team of Eritrea, a sliver of a nation in the Horn of...
: North Korea’s Hidden Revolution, by Jieun Baek (Yale). This account of North Korean life focusses on the porous nature of the regime’s information infrastructure, showing a country that isn’t quite as closed off...
: A black Mercedes minivan stopped in front of the H&M on Eighty-sixth Street, near Lexington Avenue, on a recent Saturday morning. Three youngish married couples got in. Their destination: ...
: Last May, Abu Mohammad al-Adnani, the second most powerful leader in the Islamic State, hinted that the caliphate was crumbling. “Whoever thinks that we fight to protect some land or some authority, or...
: The poet Mark McCain received an e-mail, which had been sent to numerous American poets, inviting him to sign a “poetition” requesting that President Barack H. Obama pardon Edward Snowden. The request...
: The first day of his first semester at the University of California, Berkeley, Danny Murillo walked into the Cesar Chavez building and saw a white man with tattoos on his arms. Something about...
: Ritchie Torres, the youngest elected official in New York City, grew up in a small apartment in Throggs Neck Houses, a public-housing project in the East Bronx, with his mother, his sister,...
: For most of the twentieth century, Los Angeles was the only American metropolis without a full-fledged opera house. This turned out to be no bad thing for the city’s spirited, unpredictable modern...
: Alan Dershowitz, an emeritus professor at Harvard Law School and a prolific author, has defended many unpopular clients: O. J. Simpson; neo-Nazis in Skokie, Illinois; Claus von Bülow; Jeffrey ...
: Contrary to what, Googling around, you might assume, obscenity is not protected by the First Amendment. “There is a bone in my prick six inches long. I will ream out every wrinkle in your cunt.”..
: The burial of Fidel Castro’s remains this morning, in Cuba’s second city of Santiago, at the far end of the island from Havana, is a symbolic homecoming for the late...
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