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Howard Schultz, Who Doesn’t See Color, Critiques Colorful Cultural Products
Kashana Cauley writes a satirical piece on the former Starbucks C.E.O. and potential 2020 Presidential candidate Howard Schultz, who claims he doesn’t see color.
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Real Broadway Musicals and What I Wish They Were About
Henry Giardina humorously imagines fake plots for real Broadway musicals, including “Cats,” “Les Misérables,” and “Mamma Mia!”
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Heavy Metal Confronts Its Nazi Problem
Colin Moynihan writes on the anti-Fascist Black Flags Over Brooklyn festival, which took place at Brooklyn Bazaar, in Greenpoint, in late January.
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A Weak and Rambling President Declares a Fake National Emergency
John Cassidy on President Donald Trump’s announcement that he will declare a national emergency to secure funding for a barrier along the southern U.S. border.
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Richard E. Grant Takes a Barbra Streisand Tour of New York City
Rachel Syme writes about a Barbra Streisand-themed tour of New York City that she took with the Oscar-nominated actor Richard E. Grant.
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A Historian on How Trump’s Wall Rhetoric Changes Lives in Mexico
Isaac Chotiner interviews the historian Ana Raquel Minian about President Trump’s border-wall rhetoric and the reality of migration from Mexico.
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Jill Lepore on the Ambiguities of Socialism, and Teju Cole on Blackface
This week on the New Yorker Radio Hour, the historian walks us through the shift in America’s leftist politics, and the photographer contemplates the persistence of blackface in American culture.
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What to Stream This Weekend: “The Bartered Bride,” A Brilliant, Rarely Seen Max Ophüls Opera-Based Musical
Richard Brody recommends Max Ophüls‘s “The Bartered Bride,” based on Bedrich Smetana‘s opera.
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Janice Guy’s Feminist Self-Portraits Find a Second Life
Andrea Scott writes about the rediscovered photography of Janice Guy, and how the era of #MeToo has heightened our interest in seeing women control their own images.
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How I’ll Get Out of Chelsea’s Bachelorette Party
Olivia de Recat and Julia Edelman satirically imagine different ways to remove oneself from a friend’s bachelorette party.
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“I Didn’t Need to Do This”: Donald Trump Declares a National Emergency over Border-Wall Funding
Eric Lach writes about President Donald Trump’s announcement that he will declare a national emergency to secure funding for a border wall he wants to build along the southern U.S. border.
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Daily Cartoon: Friday, February 15th
Brendan Loper’s Daily Cartoon shows the G.O.P. national-emergency plan.
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Wave | The Screening Room
Desperate and lonely after emerging from a coma inexplicably speaking an unrecognizable language, Gaspar Rubicon posts a video online seeking human connection. His message in a bottle wakes the voice of the internet in ways that he couldn’t imagine. Directed by Benjamin Cleary & TJ O'Grady Peyton
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”Lorena,” Reviewed: The Lorena Bobbitt Story Offers New Lessons on Male Vulnerability
Rebecca Mead reviews the new documentary series ”Lorena,” from Amazon, which tells the story of the turbulent marriage of Lorena Bobbitt and John Wayne Bobbitt.
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Notable Moments in the History of Fashion
Sam Saulsbury writes a satirical time line of the notable moments in the history of fashion, from 13.2 billion B.C. to the present.
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Is Gavin Newsom Right to Slow Down California’s High-Speed Train?
Nathan Heller on California Governor Gavin Newsom’s proposal to scale back a high-speed-rail plan intended to link San Francisco to Los Angeles.
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Did Britain Overhear Theresa May’s Brexit Plan in a Hotel Bar?
Sam Knight writes on an ITV News reporter overhearing Oliver Robbins, Theresa May’s chief Brexit negotiator, describe May’s Brexit plan in a hotel bar in Brussels, ahead of the agreement deadline, on March 29th.
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New York City Activists Drive Out Amazon
Osita Nwanevu writes on Amazon’s withdrawal from New York City, one of two locations where it planned to establish its second headquarters.
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The Republicans’ New Strategy for Dealing with the Emergency That Is Trump: Pray
Susan Glasser writes on the announcement that President Trump would sign a compromise reached by Democrats and Republicans to prevent another government shutdown, and declare a national emergency in order to fund the border wall.
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“Dating Around,” Reviewed: Courtship Drama and a Delicious Tingle of Voyeurism
Troy Patterson reviews “Dating Around,” on Netflix, a dating show that plays like a glossy docu-fiction.
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Andrew McCabe and the Inscrutable Glances of the Trump Administration
Andrew McCabe’s forthcoming book, “The Threat: How the F.B.I. Protects America in the Age of Terror and Trump” is similar to James Comey’s book “A Higher Loyalty” in its detailed descriptions of the glances exchanged between members of the Trump Administration.
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Jeff Bezos Chooses Soon-to-Be Bankrupt Mar-a-Lago as New Amazon Headquarters
Andy Borowitz jokes that Amazon will move its headquarters to Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago club, in Palm Beach, Florida.
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Donald Trump’s Skewed View of Human Trafficking at the Border
Jenna Krajeski joins Eric Lach to discuss how President Donald Trump’s rhetoric may be making life harder for human-trafficking victims at the U.S.-Mexico border.
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Ariana Grande’s “Thank U Next,” Reviewed
Amanda Petrusich reviews “Thank U Next,” the new album by the pop star Ariana Grande.
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Conciliatory Valentine’s Day Cards from Mom
Cerise Zelenetz humorously illustrates special messages from Mom on Valentine’s Day.
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