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Books & Culture

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Tomer Hanuka’s “A Chorus of Thanks”

At 7 P.M. daily, the silence on the streets of New York City is punctured by whoops, applause, and the occasional cowbell.

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Sarah Shun-lien Bynum on the Relaxing of Boundaries in Fiction

The author discusses “Bedtime Story,” her fiction from this week’s issue of the magazine.

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Sunday Reading: Annals of Infamy

From The New Yorker’s archive: stories of criminals, villains, and foul play.

April 19, 2020

Honk Twice for Hallelujah: What Church Looks Like in the Parking Lot

2020欧洲杯最新战况Mark Peterson’s images of a drive-in service at a Virginia Beach megachurch feel both wholly of this pandemic and wholly retro.

April 18, 2020

Duck Doctor Dynasty

A quack is a quack is a quack is a quack.

April 17, 2020

What I Miss Most About Movie Theatres

2020欧洲杯最新战况With film festivals closing down and the entire industry at risk, the obscurity of the undiscovered grows ever deeper.

April 17, 2020
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The Critics

Reviving Phyllis Schlafly in “Mrs. America”

The FX series is an intensely psychological portrait of the godmother of the modern anti-feminist movement.

The War on Coffee

The history of caffeine and capitalism can get surprisingly heated.

What a White-Supremacist Coup Looks Like

In Wilmington, North Carolina, in 1898, the victory of racial prejudice over democratic principle and the rule of law was unnervingly complete.

Kathleen Collins’s Otherworldly Women

The writer and filmmaker’s subtle, harrowing unproduced plays deal with doubt, domestic confusion, and the persistent encroachments of color and of the spirit.

Goings On About Town

“The Well-Tempered Clavier,” Streaming from the Catskills

In lieu of a show at the Greene Space, the pianist Jeremy Denk performs concerts from his home for viewers to watch, online, in theirs.

A Chinese Chef’s Tasting-Menu Deliveries, with a Side of Instagram Live

2020欧洲杯最新战况With his “crisis delivery pop-up,” the chef Lucas Sin, who grew up in Hong Kong, offers three-course dinners that diners can heat up at home.

The Met’s Online Archive of America’s Favorite Pastime

2020欧洲杯最新战况While games are on hold, fans can delve into the history of the sport in the Metropolitan Museum’s collection of thirty thousand vintage baseball cards.

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Honk Twice for Hallelujah: What Church Looks Like in the Parking Lot

Mark Peterson’s images of a drive-in service at a Virginia Beach megachurch feel both wholly of this pandemic and wholly retro.

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Podcasts

The Coronavirus and Climate Change, the Great Crises of Our Time

We face two crises of the natural world: a novel virus causing a sudden pandemic, and the ongoing climate emergency. What can one teach us about the other?

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