Sample Items
Tue Jun 18 2 per day
Culture Desk (New Yorker)
The Case for Redefining Infertility
Anna Louie Sussman on a larger, conceptual debate about the meaning of the word infertility and on efforts to expand access to infertility treatment.
7 hrs ago | The New Yorker site

A New Space Race, for Lawyers
Rachel Riederer writes about the new space race, fifty years after the Apollo 11 mission to the moon, in which private space companies are raising questions about the rules governing space.
7 hrs ago | The New Yorker site

Remembering Maida Heatter, a Charmingly Shameless Self-Promoter Who Became a Legend of Desserts
Helen Rosner on Maida Heatter, a Miami coffee-shop owner who wrote recipes for the New York Times and became a successful author of dessert cookbooks.
18 hrs ago | The New Yorker site

The Dead Don't Die, Reviewed: Jim Jarmusch's Fiercely Political Zombie Comedy
Richard Brody reviews Jim Jarmusch's The Dead Don't Die, a zombie film which stars Bill Murray, Adam Driver, and Selena Gomez and borrows a small but solid batch of horror-movie tropes for an exuberantly imaginative comedy.
18 hrs ago | The New Yorker site

The Dead Don't Die, Reviewed: Jim Jarmusch's Fiercely Political Zombie Comedy
Richard Brody reviews Jim Jarmusch's The Dead Don't Die, a zombie film which stars Bill Murray, Adam Driver, and Selena Gomez and borrows a small but solid batch of horror-movie tropes for an exuberantly imaginative comedy.
18 hrs ago | The New Yorker site

Karlheinz Stockhausen Composes the Cosmos
His seven-opera cycle, Licht, shows that he was not only a master of far-out spectacle but also a composer of impeccable craft, Alex Ross writes.
1 day ago | The New Yorker site

Liz Johnson Artur's Vibrant Chronicle of the African Diaspora
Anakwa Dwamena writes about Liz Johnson Artur's photographs of the African diaspora, in her first solo museum show, Dusha, at the Brooklyn Museum.
2 days ago | The New Yorker site

Euphoria and the Flawed Art of Gen Z Prophesying
Doreen St. Flix writes about the HBO television show Euphoria, a teen drama about Generation Z, starring Zendaya and Hunter Schafer.
2 days ago | The New Yorker site

What a Biden-Trump Presidential Race Might Look Like
Amy Davidson Sorkin on the similarities between Joe Biden and Donald Trump.
2 days ago | The New Yorker site

The Stephanopoulos Interview Is Another Fine Mess for Trump
John Cassidy writes about the repercussions of President Donald Trump's interview with George Stephanopoulous of ABC News, in which the President appeared to suggest that he would accept opposition research from foreign entities during the 2020 Presidential campaign without informing the F.B.I.
3 days ago | The New Yorker site

What to Stream This Weekend: A Claire Denis Car Commercial, Rescued from Obscurity
Richard Brody recommends streaming Claire Denis's short film Keep It for Yourself, a long-form car commercial for Nissan starring Sophie Simon, Michael James, Sarina Chan, and Vincent Gallo.
4 days ago | The New Yorker site

The Profound Silence of Marshawn Lynch
Hua Hsu writes about the documentary Lynch: A History, by the director David Shields, about the former star running back of the Seattle Seahawks Marshawn Lynch and his silence in the face of the media.
4 days ago | The New Yorker site

David Remnick Talks with Robert Caro, a Living Legend Among Nonfiction Writers
On the New Yorker Radio Hour, he celebrated historian and biographer talks about himself for a change; and Sue Halpern considers whether Big Tech's honeymoon with Washington is over.
4 days ago | The New Yorker site

Rolling Thunder Revue, Reviewed: Martin Scorsese's Slippery Chronicle of Bob Dylan in Concert
Richard Brody reviews Rolling Thunder Revue, Martin Scorsese's new film about Bob Dylan.
4 days ago | The New Yorker site

The Normcore Opulence of Preachers Wearing Four-Figure Sneakers
Troy Patterson writes about the Instagram account @preachersnsneakers, which features pastors wearing expensive designer sneakers.
4 days ago | The New Yorker site

Maison Yaki's Cheeky French-Japanese Fusion
Jessica Henderson reviews the Olmsted chef Greg Baxtrom's second outing, just across the street, which serves up skewers and potent small plates that encourage sampling.
4 days ago | The New Yorker site

Maison Yaki's Cheeky French-Japanese Fusion
Jessica Henderson reviews the Olmsted chef Greg Baxtrom's second outing, just across the street, which serves up skewers and potent small plates that encourage sampling.
4 days ago | The New Yorker site

The Dead Don't Die and A Bigger Splash, Reviewed
Anthony Lane reviews Jim Jarmusch's The Dead Don't Die, starring Bill Murray, and Jack Hazan's 1974 film A Bigger Splash, about David Hockney.
4 days ago | The New Yorker site

The Weekend Crossword: Friday, June 14, 2019
A free, twice-weekly online puzzle, with answers and clues that exhibit the wit and intelligence of the magazine.
4 days ago | The New Yorker site

A Tanker War in the Middle EastAgain?
Robin Wright writes about the recent attacks on oil tankers in the Gulf of Oman and how they are heightening tensions between the United States and Iran.
4 days ago | The New Yorker site