The new yorker

"The New Yorker will be the magazine which is not edited for the old lady in Dubuque," the magazine's original prospectus, circa the mid-1920s, announced.
Blitt spoke with us about his process, his anger, and his complex feelings about drawing President Trump.
"For me, the only thing worse than descending into a New York City subway in July is descending into a New York City subway in August."
"The 2 train is going back to school to pursue a career in massage therapy..."
The New Yorker created a pretty amazing 9-minute video that shows the same streets then and now.
Not as bloody, though.
The restaurant closes Friday after 40 years in the East Village.
The cover is a riff on the first New Yorker cover from 1925.
The sprawling profile, which is worth a read in its entirety, digs into everything from Bourdain's largely stationary childhood in New Jersey to his wild druggie days.
The magazine's art editor described it as "dark and unwelcoming."
It features an homage to Rosie the Riveter.
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