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Humanity’s Eternal Quest for a Better Way of Peeling Garlic
Helen Rosner writes about a viral video depicting a new way, easier way to peel garlic.
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The New Yorker
Panicky Trump Brothers Seek Podiatrist Notes After Dad Sends Troops to Middle East
Andy Borowitz writes a satirical news brief about Eric Trump and Donald Trump, Jr., panicking after their father, President Donald Trump, sends troops to the Middle East.
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The New Yorker
Daily Cartoon: Tuesday, June 18th
Kendra Allenby’s Daily Cartoon makes plans for summer.
The New Yorker
A Perfect, Preëmptive Obituary for My Ex-Boyfriend
Danielle Kraese writes a humorous obituary for her ex-boyfriend.
The New Yorker
Mary Grimm Reads “Back Then”
Deborah Treisman hosts the author Mary Grimm, who reads her short story “Back Then,” from the June 24, 2019, issue of The New Yorker.
The 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.
The New Yorker
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.
The New Yorker
Elizabeth Warren, Bernie Sanders, and Two Paths for the American Left
Osita Nwanevu on the ideological and personal differences between Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders and how the nomination of either as the Democratic candidate for President would represent a major shift leftward for the Party.
The New Yorker
Donald Trump and the Telltale Cough
Amy Davidson Sorkin on an off-camera cough from Donald Trump’s chief of staff, Mick Mulvaney, in the middle of an interview the President did with George Stephanopoulos, for ABC’s “20/20.”
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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.
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“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.
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What’s Hidden at the Bottom of Your CVS Receipt
Johnathan Appel and Sarah Kempa imagine a humorous list of information that can be found at the bottom of your CVS receipt.
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Daily Cartoon: Monday, June 17th
Jason Adam Katzenstein’s Daily Cartoon contemplates the notion of America starting a war.
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The New Yorker
Who Owns the Moon?
Fifty years after the Apollo 11 mission, the area of outer-space law is growing.
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The New Yorker