January 12, 2005

2005-01-17, This Week In The New Yorker

In the magazine header, image: newyorker.com
Issue of 2005-01-17
Posted 2004-01-10

THE TALK OF THE TOWN
COMMENT/ FLOOD TIDE/ Hendrik Hertzberg on the response to the tsunami.
COLD CASE DEPT./ VISITING PREACHER KILLEN/ Jeffrey Goldberg remembers a trip to Philadelphia, Mississippi.
AFTER THE FLOOD/ THE THIRD "R"/ Akash Kapur on what follows rescue and relief.
WRONG NUMBER DEPT./ NOT DIRTY/ Michael Agger meets a man stuck with a rapper's real name.
DEPT. OF INQUIRY/ STUMPED NEW YORK/ Rebecca Mead on the librarians at the New-York Historical Society.


ANNALS OF WAR/ Dan Baum/ Battle Lessons/ Officers learn what the Army couldn't teach.
SHOUTS & MURMURS/ Billy Frolick/ 1992 House
FICTION/ Lorrie Moore/ "The Juniper Tree"

THE CRITICS
BOOKS/ Adam Gopnik/ Renaissance Man/ The life of Leonardo.
BOOKS/ Hilton Als/ I, Me, Mine/ A new biography of Christopher Isherwood.
POP MUSIC/ Sasha Frere-Jones/ When I'm Sixty-Four
Aging rockers onstage.
ON TELEVISION/ Nancy Franklin/ Women Gone Wild/ "Desperate Housewives."
THE CURRENT CINEMA/ Anthony Lane/ Go Fish/ "The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou."


FROM THE ARCHIVE
THE TALK OF THE TOWN/ THE PICTURES/ Lillian Ross/ A visit to the set of Wes Anderson's "The Royal Tenenbaums/ Issue of 2001-05-21

new yorker magazine database | posted by greg at January 12, 2005 12:26 PM | TrackBack