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In this week's episode of @NewYorkerRadio, Roger Federer reveals details about how he got over his hot temper and p… https://t.co/0Mfd87lYrXSuggestions for lovers who want an artistic approach to tying the knot. https://t.co/VhDhqeXWgkwrote about stephen cheng’s mysterious rocksteady gem, the process of curating our @mocanyc show, and scavenging th… https://t.co/3Ng3MeNiox
Retweeted by The New YorkerDavid Remnick reflects on Donald Trump's most recent comments, including the statement "I am the Chosen One." https://t.co/Qxkxs8ZWoFEdoardo Albinati’s novel “The Catholic School,” originally published in Italian in 2016, occupies almost thirteen h… https://t.co/IBp3ySHaXQThe bulk of Issa López’s movie “Tigers Are Not Afraid” focusses on women and children—the people who bear the brunt… https://t.co/DJJPzGqcYfLooking for something to do this weekend? See a screening of Miklós Jancsó’s historical drama “The Round-Up,” one o… https://t.co/NIEdzvQHRrIsrael's new Education Minister, who belongs to a far-right alliance, recently expressed support for disenfranchisi… https://t.co/Soo0ul88DPI wrote about Billie Eilish & Gen Z lonesomeness & the echo of apocalypse presently undoing us all for @NewYorker —… https://t.co/ZrMjbLXQqL
Retweeted by The New YorkerIn our latest episode, the story of how Mike Pompeo transformed from Trump critic to Trump ally. Listen here, or wh… https://t.co/nMV96KIKtJ
Retweeted by The New YorkerIt's almost time for Burning Man! https://t.co/62WnIGwkzTCape Cod life has now been reduced to an elemental battle, swimmer versus shark—which has, in turn, instigated a po… https://t.co/AA8hGarIB9.@untitledproject takes a journey to the locus of the dark side of the Force: a branded arcade, in an empty room, i… https://t.co/7lEv7LKXrADavid Koch, who has died at 79, was a lifelong libertarian who believed in drastically lower personal and corporate… https://t.co/jp2Hz3IcgWIn our Weekend Crossword, 27 Across: Wooden weapon at @MedievalTimes. https://t.co/ldYGg3XCu9When flying D.I.Y. Air, you’ll need to bring your own food, seat cushion, oxygen mask, and, for those flying in bas… https://t.co/EfvxBQHTf4Tanya Tucker’s new record should help remind people why she has inspired so many rebellious country women, from the… https://t.co/QPsQBnYIRCThe law professor Amy Wax believes that Western countries are more committed to empiricism than non-Western countri… https://t.co/kzA0NGwvFQThe debate between the 20th century’s leading black intellectual and a man who used phrenology to argue for the sup… https://t.co/Lkdaz0WizMThere were 289 large strikes a year, on average, during the 1970s. The yearly rate so far this decade is 14. https://t.co/A2aSrxoIpjWorking around the Flores Agreement, the Trump Administration announced that families will be detained together for… https://t.co/5M4Fkr6lT0Crystals have always existed in the nebulous plane between faith and science. And, as “self-care” and “wellness” ha… https://t.co/eZRWGEhXV5Since the 1970s, there has been a five-fold increase in the acreage consumed by wildfire. A new plan could help pre… https://t.co/jPAAdn3XPdBeto O’Rourke has found it difficult to find broad support outside of Texas: his positions aren’t enough to win the… https://t.co/cGPrHrNg5dRenoir took a presumptuous, slavering joy in looking at naked women. An engaging show at the Clark Art Institute, i… https://t.co/Z9JQy6ZnMwChantal Akerman’s “Family Business” is a 17-minute tour de force of comedy, both physical and verbal, about the var… https://t.co/8iIPi3nEbOWe know that the best way to prevent megafires is setting prescribed burns—carefully controlled, low-intensity fire… https://t.co/YayZz6xiXfThe artistic temperament becomes mythologized in the new film "Where'd You Go, Bernadette" starring Cate Blanchett. https://t.co/SfcDW6LhftThe consequences of the Trump Administration’s rollback of the Flores Agreement, which states that the government m… https://t.co/5FcbVeWShLConservatives and liberals both blame the politics of the other side for a surge of shark sightings in Cape Cod. https://t.co/wjBWfHu4iwAt Extended-Student-Loan Solutions, we believe that the problem of student-loan debt is larger than life. This life… https://t.co/1xGJkSOZrS
8/23
2019
On the humiliating defeat of Lothrop Stoddard, known as “the high priest of racial baloney,” at the hands of W. E.… https://t.co/cG4O2AjbD7Watch the wondrously distinctive “Family Business,” a short film by Chantal Akerman, on the free streaming site Le… https://t.co/EdKzdRfbrIThis weekend, visit @elmuseo, which is celebrating its 50th anniversary with “Culture and the People," a sprawling… https://t.co/QWEPKaKoz3Yes, I also tried the Impossible Whopper — read all about it in this week’s @NewYorker Food newsletter!… https://t.co/pRIQhiosWV
Retweeted by The New YorkerOn the tired trope of "the artist" in the new film "Where'd You Go, Bernadette." https://t.co/i159RfOfZHIn the latest episode of @NewYorkerRadio, @sbg1 discusses Mike Pompeo's journey from Trump critic to staunch Trump… https://t.co/O70OskrfoyOn Wednesday, Angela Merkel effectively told Boris Johnson that he had 30 days to stop being ridiculous. It won’t b… https://t.co/pDemqjrcFhRachel Cusk on the writer Françoise Sagan, and how her disturbing first novel came to define her legacy. https://t.co/n2ndP8pE4IHow to bird-watch (and people-watch) in New York City. https://t.co/wqxTAa1LkIAre we at the end of the nature-nurture debate? https://t.co/T1uEGsfSbeYesterday, the Trump Administration announced a sweeping new set of regulations to gut the Flores Agreement, furthe… https://t.co/8VVcvlds3k"Dance like no one’s watching, because no one is watching: your YouTube channel has zero subscribers." https://t.co/Kc0thX2ncVDorothy Parker was born on this day in 1893. Here's her scathing @NewYorker review of A. A. Milne's "The House at P… https://t.co/wd4WjnR45j
Retweeted by The New YorkerModern Monetary Theory proposes that the constraint on government spending shouldn’t be debt but inflation: How muc… https://t.co/wBL1I98MeLBig Tech was supposed to make the world a better place. Now this dream has crumbled, and tech executives are beginn… https://t.co/B0YGVC3R5SMr. Meow v.s. President Trump https://t.co/dszhPDrqioSaying goodbye to your dog never gets any easier. https://t.co/2rz8ZgAnrpHow do you produce comedy in a world where the horrors of reality can upstage the most outrageous satire? https://t.co/qPItC98cZ1“Under the great sweeping Western sky, among the cattle and the mountains bathed in red light, was it really hersel… https://t.co/rHJc3CvtpwOn Ray Bradbury’s 99th birthday, revisit how science fiction first took hold of him: “I would go out to that lawn o… https://t.co/tJODTvyw05How did the Koch brothers get so rich, and how did they use that fortune to buy off American action on climate chan… https://t.co/35gwYMEobeThe noxious ingredients are naturally sourced from the hideous earth. https://t.co/Xs3CrHBd6Q“For the first time in history, we were able to have Presidential candidates treat us equally,” an advocate said. https://t.co/3liNcEXCq8Israelis are divided on whether throwing in Israel’s lot with Donald Trump and the Republican Party was prudent to… https://t.co/y9KZsu4hxZWhere labor is concerned, recent decades strongly resemble the run-up to the Great Depression: both periods were ma… https://t.co/PDhZvWEwFwLothrop Stoddard, who built his writing career by scaring readers with the spectre of race war, was more or less la… https://t.co/tvSWdVXtnEElizabeth Warren aims to reverse what is now a nearly four-decade trend in the concentration of corporate power in… https://t.co/apnW1gdsUCIn one of the many provocative grammar takes of the summer, Lionel Shriver lamented the decline of the semicolon, w… https://t.co/uLjM0hF7J9“Seeking 30- to 38-year-old woman for mop commercial. She’s a hip wife with a real devil-may-care attitude that she… https://t.co/mRaHfxMoNxHow Louisa May Alcott’s extraordinary novel "Little Women" inspired generations of female writers. https://t.co/tUZuOVjQVIManufacturing is now about 1.5 per cent below its December, 2018, level. For a President who promised to restore ma… https://t.co/zEsuCuCHnaIn the best-selling novel "Mostly Dead Things," taxidermy proves to be a potent metaphor, as a queer taxidermist gr… https://t.co/kStHw8IRwJA liberal organization proposes that the next President should not nominate any Supreme Court judges who come out o… https://t.co/g6y17LxzHNUnless Beto O’Rourke learns to speak about his experience with something other than earnest awe or surprised heartb… https://t.co/kYDam433wHThe Native American vote could theoretically sway the next general election in at least seven battleground states,… https://t.co/MpWKVL9ABRWhenever the rate of unionization in America has risen in the past 100 years, the top one per cent’s portion of the… https://t.co/6XunC3mOm4How Mike Pompeo rewrote his business troubles into a success story—and reinvented himself as the ultimate soldier f… https://t.co/iBShb519RN
8/22
2019
In 1929, thousands of spectators gathered to watch a champion of white supremacy get eviscerated by a brilliant bla… https://t.co/mjhxtv7Y5USilicon Valley seems to be reckoning with what its technology has unleashed on the world. But is this really deep i… https://t.co/fUJvEVkKt9The next President will have the power to nominate new Supreme Court justices—and the Democratic candidates have ha… https://t.co/pibS9uRLarEarlier this week, 12 Presidential candidates gathered in Sioux City to address policy issues that affect indigenou… https://t.co/VqNLCExSYbA peek inside the August 26th issue of The New Yorker, on newsstands now. https://t.co/WC8dYlYODhBaby boomers did not, in fact, contribute much to the social and cultural changes of the 1960s, although many certa… https://t.co/sgUZXFYlZzThank you to everyone who submitted questions! Watch @sbg1 on how Mike Pompeo went from an obscure congressman to P… https://t.co/4eoxiazfaG3/ FWIW, Pompeo’s first race for Congress featured an attack from a supporter on his Indian-American rival as "turb… https://t.co/LIsjp1lznU2/ We focussed the piece not so much on his rhetoric as on his bio, putting new facts and reporting on the record a… https://t.co/yz8TZNG04e1/ Pompeo has a long history of inflammatory comments. His past statements criticizing Muslims, his rejection of cl… https://t.co/Fk93O2xlAMPompeo has repeatedly batted away questions about running for Senate in Kansas in 2020 (for now). . . . But he has… https://t.co/Z1x2JAEz5Y2/ The oath they swear is to protecting the Constitution, not to Trump. -Susan1/ All Secretaries serve at the pleasure of the President. But I don’t remember any previous Secretaries defining t… https://t.co/cqcmO0zMyESome folks I talked to see him as the last "adult in the room," post-Mattis; others saw a cunning act with Pompeo t… https://t.co/8uTq8w64va2/ Another big priority is the Iran post-nuclear deal Trump pulled out of. Result so far: heightened tensions, more sanctions. -Susan1/ Since Pompeo defines his role as serving President Trump, his legacy is tied up with Trump’s, which is to say it… https://t.co/0is1que88M2/ He told the @washingtonpost in 2011 that they only provided 2% of the total investment for his Thayer Aerospace,… https://t.co/aTrt3S2rWp1/ One striking thing I learned reporting this was how Pompeo’s ties to the Kochs predated politics; in fact, their… https://t.co/eLYfgYoS0AGood question! He has been asked this on Capitol Hill, last year, and claimed not to know at the time. . . . -Susan https://t.co/B2j6ZfVND32/ Another aspect of Pompeo's success with the boss: frequent mentions of his "mission set" from Trump, and portray… https://t.co/q9YqiyB4kl1/ Yes. Rule #1: never ever let there be any “daylight publicly” between them, as a former senior WH official told… https://t.co/KymXS1DEuTLet’s just say that after years of covering diplomats, U.S. and foreign, it’s not the kind of thing I have ever hea… https://t.co/ajxpafSjc82/ His “mission set” from POTUS has so far focussed more on disrupting traditional U.S. alliances (Denmark, we are… https://t.co/E4PH1ewu791/ Pompeo is the most overtly religious Secretary of State we’ve had in modern times—but it’s Trump’s agenda he say… https://t.co/0ChqukluOL2/ Pompeo tweeted at Trump days after his win to “make the undemocratic practice of executive orders a thing of the… https://t.co/YgI4RRC5W61/ Pompeo often bashed Obama’s use of executive orders to bypass the G.O.P. Congress. In 2016, he warned that Trump… https://t.co/Wkd2t0RQEhFor the next 45 minutes, New Yorker staff writer @sbg1 will answer your questions about her story, "Mike Pompeo, th… https://t.co/bTiNjLYYkbAnastasia Samoylova’s photographs of Miami show the seductive contradiction of a place drowning in its own mythical… https://t.co/NoGPiAQQ3GHow taxidermy became a potent symbol in contemporary literature—like in Kristen Arnett's "Mostly Dead Things" and O… https://t.co/mo94LPih23Today at 5 P.M., @sbg1 will answer your questions about her story in this week’s issue, "Mike Pompeo, the Secretary… https://t.co/jzfG1MfrgE
Retweeted by The New YorkerBeto O’Rourke speaks powerfully about the lessons that El Paso can offer America, but he has struggled to convince… https://t.co/UIJwuZzBgQFor an easy way to feel accomplished, make a mental note to book “appointments”—but don’t specify which ones. https://t.co/buDwFoB63r
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