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The New Yorker: 90 Years of Commentary, Criticism, and Cartoons

David Remnick, the New Yorker's editor, looks at what the future holds — and why print’s not dead.

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Basic Black: Politics and Prose

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Jared sits down with photographer Liane Brandon to discuss her exhibit in the Mayor’s Gallery at City Hall, LIFT/Women Powerlifters.

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