NewYorker (@NewYorker)


225 Friends

Is Tidal good for musicians? The announcement of Jay Z’s streaming service raised more questions than it answered:
The draft-@SenWarren movement isn’t going away:
What austerity looks like inside Greece:
The Best Thing Goodluck Jonathan Ever Did Was to Concede: @alexis_ok on the Nigerian election
The Daily Cartoon by @EmilyFlake: #AprilFools
RT @tnyCloseRead: If not a license, Indiana's RFRA is a mechanism to discriminate. Is that what the GOP wants in 2016?…
In his new book, “The Truth, Finally,” Bob Zmuda lays out his argument that Andy Kaufman faked his own death:
Meet the casting director who discovered McLovin and Dwight Schrute:
.@alicegregory on Sarah Manguso: “She has written the memoir we didn’t realize we needed.”
C. K. Scott Moncrieff’s version of Proust is far from perfect, but it is still a classic:
An exclusive excerpt from the fourth volume of Karl Ove Knausgaard’s “My Struggle”
Can people tell the difference between HD and standard sound? @jmseabrook on questions raised by @TIDALHiFi:
Puerto Rico should be a tourist mecca. So why is it trapped in an economic slump?
Katie Crutchfield, of Waxahatchee, is the most celebrated musician in a burgeoning Philadelphia scene:
RT @tnynewsdesk: How Dangerous Were the Edmonds Cousins? Mattathias Schwartz on ISIS recruits & U.S. counterterrorism
“The stories around late night have long been more compelling than the shows themselves.” @iancrouch on @Trevornoah:
This week: a discussion about the I.R.A, the aftermath of the Troubles, and the path to peace
Paul Beatty’s “The Sellout” & @kendricklamar’s “To Pimp a Butterfly” both wrestle with the paradox of the Obama years
How Xi Jinping took control of China: #longreads
“Nearly every significant initiative of the Obama Presidency faces mortal, or nearly mortal, threats in the courts.”

Vote for NewYorker

Vote up NewYorker to be on the homepage.
Tell your followers »

About NewYorker

The New Yorker is a weekly magazine with a mix of reporting of politics and culture, humor and cartoons, fiction and poetry, and reviews and criticism.

NewYorker Relates To: