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Facebook has never been a neutral platform—it is a company whose business model depends on monitoring its users, mo… https://t.co/679EAC7V6x“Impeachment is a grave business, and the risks are manifest,” David Remnick writes. “But no democracy can overlook… https://t.co/804IXk3Kg1In a televised interview on “Newsnight,” Prince Andrew was unable or unwilling to summon—or even to feign—compassio… https://t.co/IoJa8lG3pKIn 1919, T. S. Eliot published his manifesto on poetry and criticism. About a hundred years later, the seminal essa… https://t.co/XBulfecHjfWhen the Nazis came to power, a writer began collecting people’s dreams and uncovered the effects the regime had on… https://t.co/oc0q2dPDa0“It’s O.K., I told my father, through the contact of my fingertips to his febrile skin. You can let go. It will be O… https://t.co/WmbCWjMrBGTeodor Currentzis and the orchestra he leads performed a shattering and operatic funeral mass from 1874 at the St.… https://t.co/40TtiAp6q3Is American society too punitive? The Harvard professor Martha Minow reflects on restorative justice. https://t.co/C7xGgbyENXWhen Adam Shatz was just 11 years old, he launched a catering company that served haute cuisine like gougères, ravi… https://t.co/mjaBWCjuJYSome members of the public waited in line at 6 a.m. in order to secure a seat at the House impeachment hearings. https://t.co/q3d7ShQmSdWhat a privilege to listen in on a conversation between the playwright Jeremy O. Harris and the artist Kehinde Wile… https://t.co/mcbNF6J4uX
Retweeted by The New YorkerThough “Ford v Ferrari” is rooted in history and based on the quasi-documentary details of auto racing, its franchi… https://t.co/dMtx6t538nA cartoon by Ellie Black. https://t.co/9E77riQednthe @NewYorker folks started a video series from the Kitchen Notes columns—i'm in the first one, on sundubu, among… https://t.co/3CYrz0oIOw
Retweeted by The New YorkerThe brilliance of Big Thief's music comes with no obvious pyrotechnics and no grand statements, @jiatolentino write… https://t.co/Lu2LBvsLXf
11/19
2019
@Alex_Lily @rachmonroe .@adamshatz reflects on his life as a child chef, running a catering business out of his par… https://t.co/lmijkUHsGIIn a televised interview about the nature of his relationship with Jeffrey Epstein, Prince Andrew “came off as char… https://t.co/aeucCzhM3I @Alex_Lily .@rachmonroe writes about the rise of natural wine and the mainstreaming of a once niche drink. https://t.co/qiEdfD1OESWatch as @brywashing makes soondubu, the Korean stew that helped renew his relationship with his mom: https://t.co/hgAq6oHPppAt home, he prepared the soondubu while his mother watched. “Her features softened as she watched me cook,” he said… https://t.co/T4GCAbu2yy.@brywashing read about blending the flavors, combining chilies and anchovies until the spice bloomed the way that… https://t.co/KrzwDkd5Sa“The soondubu did something singular to me,” @brywashing said. It’s a stew of soft tofu served in spicy anchovy bro… https://t.co/63TR1nSx2M“I first tasted gochugaru because of a boy,” @brywashing said. The two of them frequented Korean restaurants in Hou… https://t.co/cI9Y1g3rNh13.8 billion years ago, God (or something) created the universe and then just, like, ghosted. The Big Bang is offic… https://t.co/H06UH5UanU.@Alex_Lily reports from the Park Slope Food Co-op, the biggest food coöperative run on member labor in the country… https://t.co/B9oCbOJH68In this week's episode of @NewYorkerRadio, the screenwriter @LenaWaithe talks about "Queen & Slim," her new film ab… https://t.co/56p76BcwZVThe House impeachment inquiry has emerged into public view, laden with a subtle stagecraft. https://t.co/exYMtYhrZtBurkhard Bilger writes about the business of baby food: no food has been more obsessively studied, no diet more fier… https://t.co/GfsXKiHNZGIn this year’s Food Issue of The New Yorker: https://t.co/eCbSkI6bf1 https://t.co/ryWwJYQJqP“In a democracy, we are free to do many things, but we are not free to ignore the truth.” As the impeachment hearin… https://t.co/YiRRD6DUWRA cartoon by Robert Leighton. https://t.co/tEoGgMPiH9🚨🚨@alex_lily, in this week's @NewYorker, on the Park Slope Food Co-Op. "No business, even an anticapitalist one, ca… https://t.co/mwdPsdujCI
Retweeted by The New Yorker“I joined the Co-op in 2013, and found it to be claustrophobically crowded, illogically organized, and almost absur… https://t.co/E74HTY9lqaFor a bullied 9-year-old with weight issues, creating haute cuisine provided an escape. https://t.co/HsEDRa9AqhThe lawyer and academic Martha Minow reflects on restorative justice and just how forgiving Americans should be abo… https://t.co/69wOl2VzOn"The noblest aspirations of civilized society versus the base reality of human nature is a theme that frequently co… https://t.co/zEKGVKG547
Retweeted by The New YorkerColin Kaepernick hosted a workout on Saturday, in Atlanta, completing 53 of 60 throws, after a breakdown in negotia… https://t.co/BAeR4c6EEmYes, I was once a child chef. It was in some ways a life-defining experience, and I've written about it in the food… https://t.co/iXa5bPwZCu
Retweeted by The New YorkerThe band Big Thief plays folkish indie rock and gives off a day-three-of-a-camping-trip vibe, @jiatolentino writes. https://t.co/yvaKueH4PNIn this week’s crossword, 10 letters: Goat-eater of Mexican lore. https://t.co/dUpLoeWh2vThe Borowitz Report: In a series of intimidating, early-morning tweets, Donald Trump made it clear that if Republic… https://t.co/WIdUsI4ZVGOn any given day, a quarter of American toddlers eat no vegetables. Why don’t babies know what’s good for them? And… https://t.co/Nlmv5U1gJ9.@rachmonroe on how natural wine became the drink for an anxious age. https://t.co/kwssUDqbyVOf the many new, nostalgia-inducing pizza joints cropping up around New York City, one stands apart: F&F Pizzeria,… https://t.co/xGqEYjfklWIf one specific passenger had not boarded Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302, would Boeing have been held to account for… https://t.co/UQ7NPFEgAJThe Park Slope Food Co-op, the country’s biggest food coöperative run on member labor, boasts cheap cheese and a re… https://t.co/3Jk45cE1rpThis week’s cover, "Stuffed," by Wayne Thiebaud: https://t.co/URnU16nJAJ https://t.co/9YDxnJe3bf“A freak accident, a collision with a teammate: we hadn’t seen each other. I got the worst of it. The light dimmed,… https://t.co/z3DXmA7FzOHair styles for those who want to be seen but not recognized. https://t.co/uJHiXgkhlNActivists in the Amazon are worried about Jair Bolsonaro’s call to open indigenous reserves to development. “If pro… https://t.co/KWjZwtBjw4I’m Nobody! Who are you? Are you—Unverified—too? https://t.co/a4r9twh8boAs the legal clash heats up in “Marriage Story,” it becomes a tale of two cities and of two forms of media: televis… https://t.co/rPHl6AOxPFThe causes of the Brexit vote and the tribulations of Toryism reach back to the decline of the British empire. https://t.co/ON5dsjVOOW“Applying this charcoal mask makes me feel like I’m taking care of myself. Only negative is that it has no discerni… https://t.co/crVqJlq9mVMargaret Talbot on the women who played essential behind-the-scenes roles in the American movie industry—and then b… https://t.co/2svCo7u5ztThe fights over immunity are critical because Donald Trump’s Presidency has been defined by his belief that he cann… https://t.co/tGpRGnwYoZShirley Baker’s photographs reflect on a time of rapid economic and social change, when the British-built environme… https://t.co/Go7UEcB4xeAstrology is enjoying a broad cultural acceptance that hasn’t been seen since the 1970s. What makes it so appealing… https://t.co/tLjYIWZjBEEmmanuel Saez and Gabriel Zucman have done more than just about any other economists to describe the effect of accu… https://t.co/Qk6WwatWkx
11/18
2019
“The mind is intricate and complex, human ingenuity is astonishing, but the creation itself is of course simple.” A… https://t.co/liw5VvxzrvEmmanuel Saez and Gabriel Zucman have done more than just about any other economists to describe the effect of accu… https://t.co/iuROooIZYxIn her series “You Are There, Are you there?, There You Are,” the 24-year-old photographer Alicia Rodriguez Alvisa… https://t.co/vUQ3sHAQsU“This is one of the most distressing things about being alive today: we are witnessing geologic time collapse on a… https://t.co/CcfvOZaTwQKarl Ove Knausgaard on science, literature, and the unknowable. https://t.co/sBiKJsmoO9In Yoko Ogawa’s masterly novel “The Memory Police,” objects that disappear from memory also disappear from real lif… https://t.co/dL5hwUwlXCThe return of American values (or, at the very least, of Jon Stewart’s “The Daily Show”). https://t.co/p6JdreqG3QThe vibrance and squalor of New York City in the 1970s is spread across Bruce Gilden’s street photography like a gr… https://t.co/vUt9Izgpf4Sunday reading from @NewYorker archive: this week, we’re highlighting a selection of pieces about intriguing hoaxes… https://t.co/I0RE6iHW0E
Retweeted by The New YorkerMaking new friends as an adult is difficult, especially for students who have just turned 30 and are approaching th… https://t.co/QWBI4ZxnROPlease enjoy this single portobello mushroom on a bed of kale that was previously used as a garnish at the raw bar. https://t.co/sYEwPp6BbYBooth Tarkington is one of only three writers to have won the Pulitzer Prize for fiction twice. Why has he been lar… https://t.co/o4Sc9BGINDAlicia Rodriguez Alvisa’s kaleidoscopic photo series “You Are There, Are you there?, There You Are” captures the te… https://t.co/DRsv16lxMGWhere do ideas come from? For the mathematician Dan Rockmore, it’s a lot of hard work, and a little bit of magic. https://t.co/nlopFzcZQZ“Dream Away,” a chronicle of the photographer Michael Northrup’s relationship with his former wife, has the private… https://t.co/T7dddLik7ZThe Internet, like the printing press before it, has empowered reformers. It has also empowered hucksters, war profi… https://t.co/da3xr3j47lIn hours of spellbinding testimony, Marie Yovanovitch offered a decisive rebuttal to the sentiment that the impeach… https://t.co/i6hEVupyBZ“In retrospect, there’s no way this could have worked,” said one WeWork employee, a software engineer, about the co… https://t.co/t852TPLNicOn the soulfulness of omurice, a comforting staple that you can come back to over and over again. https://t.co/Iw3Yb6ihEeJessica Lester insisted she had never had thoughts about harming herself, but police concluded that two gunshots to… https://t.co/5UvBj9qOZO.@mashagessen on how President Trump has weaponized accusations of corruption. https://t.co/AccmWt38RZWhat kind of person writes with a manual typewriter? https://t.co/k5QkqeIoZqThere is a persistent myth that the U.S. has made great progress in cutting greenhouse-gas emissions. It has not. https://t.co/GyFmJwJmk5.@rachsyme on the renewed demand for high-waisted pants, a style that was once a sartorial horror. https://t.co/hXi2oc3scHIn 1919, T. S. Eliot published his manifesto on poetry and criticism. About a hundred years later, the seminal essa… https://t.co/cvr4fbrO48A century ago, the U.S. government attempted to carry out a mass deportation of leftists, anarchists, and other “su… https://t.co/0WeIECs1F2The photographer Hashem Shakeri captures the eerie quiet of satellite towns outside Tehran, built by the Iranian go… https://t.co/lk3AMoanDX“It’s O.K., I told my father, through the contact of my fingertips to his febrile skin. You can let go. It will be O… https://t.co/Msu7bd4cFKMarie Yovanovitch’s testimony cut through the rote posturing and partisanship to get at an essential fact: that all… https://t.co/HSOIJHPdunDoes your idea of a fun weekend outing involve stocking up on supplies at The Container Store? https://t.co/Yvvdyu4pfd“It’s O.K., I told my father, through the contact of my fingertips to his febrile skin. You can let go. It will be O… https://t.co/ahXqbilryW
11/17
2019
"You get one (1) Earth©. If you permanently damage your Earth©, you will not be able to trade it in for a new one." https://t.co/PhIFSdUVotIn this week's episode of @NewYorkerRadio, Philip Pullman discusses the HBO adaptation of his beloved trilogy, "His… https://t.co/NjLZZoOMHfTom Hanks gets a lot right in his depiction of Mr. Rogers in Marielle Heller’s new film, “A Beautiful Day in the Ne… https://t.co/0ERXcYI1gDAs Governor of Indiana, Mike Pence, who has praised Christian crisis pregnancy centers for “telling the truth about… https://t.co/qxkrenoHuxIn his dealings with Ukraine, President Trump used the power of his office to his own ends, and he wielded the accu… https://t.co/fHQ4N5fTWJFacebook has never been a neutral platform—it is a company whose business model depends on monitoring its users, mo… https://t.co/D6ynDT3WxRThis weekend, see a group show celebrating Anni Albers, one of the most influential textile artists of the past cen… https://t.co/W0BjQ74q8lWhile the Iliad and the Odyssey have been read by scholars for about 150 generations, “Gilgamesh” has been studied… https://t.co/Wz0YHlIfgIIn a closed-door meeting today, the Foreign Service officer David Holmes testified before the impeachment committee… https://t.co/kXQSJ7RB1n“I love Mr. Spock because he reminds me of you, I said.” Michael Chabon reflects on his relationship with his dying… https://t.co/wAX3wxrPQw
11/16
2019

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