The Tennessee Solution to Disappearing Book Reviews
Chapter 16 is one of only a few nonprofit media outlets in the country dedicated to coverage of the arts.
By Casey Cep
Biden’s Covid-19 Mission
As Donald Trump continues to find new ways to make things worse, Joe Biden is preparing to take immediate action on an escalating crisis.
By Amy Davidson Sorkin
State and Local Republicans Are Putting National Party Leaders to Shame
As the President attempts to stay in power, at least some Republican officials at the state and local level have asserted that the election was free, fair, and decisive.
By John Cassidy
The Motley Crew Leading Trump’s Election Challenges
Jared Kushner wanted a “James Baker-like” figure, but he ended up with a ragtag bunch of lawyers led by a raving Rudolph Giuliani, who made his first appearance in federal court in this century.
By Lizzie Widdicombe
Sunday Reading: Voter Fraud
From The New Yorker’s archive: a selection of pieces about voter fraud and the many myths surrounding it.
By The New Yorker
A Synthesizing Mind By Howard Gardner
An authority on the human mind reflects on his intellectual development, his groundbreaking work, and different types of intelligences—including his own.
A Thanksgiving Dinner That Longs for France
Recipes for a small but still lavish holiday meal.
By Bill Buford
Culture and More
“I Hate Suzie” Is a Brutally Funny Unravelling
The ingenious new comedy from Lucy Prebble and Billie Piper follows its main character’s life in eight sharply drawn episodes, each named after a stage of grief.
By Anna Russell
Tables for Two
Hatch Chilies and Southwestern Hygge at Ursula
At his Crown Heights café, the Albuquerque transplant Eric See infuses everything from breakfast burritos to pillowy fry breads with the spirit of New Mexico, and with plenty of its chilies, hand-delivered by his mother.