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Issue of 2005-09-05
Posted 2005-08-29

GOINGS ON ABOUT TOWN
MOVIES, THE THEATRE, NIGHT LIFE, CLASSICAL MUSIC, ART [that's all I could dig up.]

THE TALK OF THE TOWN
COMMENT/ WAR AND ANTIWAR/ Hendrik Hertzberg on the Presidentís oppositionóat home and in Iraq.
TSK-TSK DEPT./ NORíEASTER/ Ben McGrath on a stickler for storm names.
PUBLIC SAFETY/ CAR SEAT LADY/ Michael Agger on a woman who's made child safety her business.
THE BOARDS/ ALDA ONSTAGE/ Lillian Ross visits with Alan Alda before ìGlengarry Glen Ross."
THE FINANCIAL PAGE/ CHECK, PLEASE/ James Surowiecki figures out tipping.

PROFILES/ Mark Singer/ GONE FISHING/ The chef who catches your dinner.
[That would be David Pasternack, co-creator of Esca, btw.]
LETTER FROM ECUADOR/ Calvin Trillin/ SPEAKING OF SOUP/ The culinary approach to Spanish.
FICTION/ Tony D'Souza/ "Club des Amis"

THE CRITICS
A CRITIC AT LARGE/ Jane Kramer/ The Quest/ A cookbook lover in search of the perfect recipe.
BOOKS/ John Updike/ Paradises Lost/ Rushdie's "Shalimar the Clown."
ON TELEVISION/ Nancy Franklin/ Dealing Housewives/ Potheads in paradise.
THE ART WORLD/ Peter Schjeldahl/ What on Earth/ A Robert Smithson retrospective.
THE CURRENT CINEMA/ Anthony Lane/ Officers and Gentlemen/ "The Constant Gardener."

ONLINE ONLY/ Q. & A./ The Table Comes First/ Adam Gopnik talks with Daniel Cappello about preparing cuisine vÈgÈtale, and what food says about national character.
FROM THE ARCHIVE
ONWARD AND UPWARD WITH THE ARTS/ The Soul of Bouillabaisse/ A. J. Liebling chronicles a search for an elusive fishóand for the secret behind bouillabaisse./ Issue of 1962-10-27

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Issue of 2005-08-29
Posted 2005-08-22

THE TALK OF THE TOWN
COMMENT/ SACRED AND PROFANE/ David Remnick on the Israeli withdrawal from Gaza.
NEIGHBORHOOD WATCH/ SHAKEDOWN STREET/ Ben McGrath on how a block is making the ìSex and the Cityî tour pay.
TROUBADOURS/ PICK SIX/ Nick Paumgarten shops for CDs with Richard Thompson.
INK/ NOT A WORD/ Henry Alford hunts down a phony dictionary entry.

SHOUTS & MURMURS/ MICHAEL KUBIN AND DAVID MOORE/ THE NUCLEAR CLUB/ Application for membership.
DEPT. OF PUBLIC HEALTH/ Malcolm Gladwell/ THE MORAL-HAZARD MYTH/ The bad idea behind our failed health-care system.
FICTION/ Alice Munro/ "The View From Castle Rock"
THE CRITICS
BOOKS/ Peter Schjeldahl/ Art as Life/ The Matisse we never knew.
THE THEATRE/ Hilton Als
The Ballad of John/ "Lennon" and "Dedication or The Stuff of Dreams."
POP MUSIC/ Sasha Frere-Jones/ Real Simple/ Emiliana Torrini's spare new album.
MUSICAL EVENTS/ Alex Ross/ A Little Late-Night Music/ Mostly Mozart reborn.
THE CURRENT CINEMA/ David Denby/ Dirty Business/ "Pretty Persuasion" and "The Aristocrats."

FROM THE ARCHIVE
THE TALK OF THE TOWN/ Painter in Town/ Murdock Pemberton reports on Henri Matisse's visit to New York City./ Issue of 1930-03-28
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Issue of 2005-08-22
Posted 2005-08-15

THE TALK OF THE TOWN
COMMENT/ Mired/ Hendrik Hertzberg on President Bushís science of evolution.
GONE FISHING/ Snakehead, the Sequel/ Nick Paumgarten goes hunting for a killer fish.
CLOSE READING DEPT./ O.B.L./ Lauren Collins talks with Osama bin Ladenís editor.
FIELD TRIP/ The Pre-Season Kid/ Ben McGrath on a prolific teen-age football writer.
THE WORLD WIDE WEB/ Hello, Loneliness/ Evan Ratliff on an unlikely place to make friends.


SHOUTS & MURMURS/ Joel Stein/ THE NEW ARMY RECRUITING PAMPHLET
THE POLITICAL SCENE/ Dan Halpern/ LONE STAR/ Kinky Friedman on the campaign trail.
FICTION/ Gina Ochsner/ "THICKER THAN WATER"

THE CRITICS
POP MUSIC/ Sasha Frere-Jones/ Overdrive/ Kanye West's high-octane ego.
BOOKS/ Ian Buruma/ Kimworld/ Inside the North Korean slave state.
A CRITIC AT LARGE/ Jim Holt/ Say Anything/ Three books find truth under cultural and conceptual assault.
MUSICAL EVENTS/ Alex Ross/ All About Schreker/ A forgotten fin-de-siËcle composer.
DANCING/ Joan Acocella/ After the Fall/ Has Russian ballet finally found a way forward?
THE THEATRE/ Hilton Als/ A New Age Oedipus/ The Five Lesbian Brothers update a myth.
THE CURRENT CINEMA/ Anthony Lane/ Mad About the Boy/ "Asylum" and "2046."

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Issue of 2005-08-01
Posted 2005-07-25

THE TALK OF THE TOWN
COMMENT/ ROE V. ROVE/ Hendrik Hertzberg on the nomination of Judge John G. Roberts.
THEME AND VARIATIONS/ BAG CHECK/ Nick Paumgarten observes new subway security measures.
WIND ON CAPITOL HILL/ THE BRITNEY OPTION/ Adam Green on a pop-culture gimmick gone political.
DEPT. OF MULTITASKING/ ONE-MAN SHOW/ Lauren Collins on the actor who is many Oompa Loompas.
DEPT. OF EDUCATION/ THE GOOD NEWS/ Nick Paumgarten visits the cityís only evangelical college.


ANNALS OF LAW/ Jeffrey Toobin/ Sex and the Supremes
The Courtís looming battle over gay rights.
REFLECTIONS/ David Sedaris/ It's Catching/ All the icky things.
PROFILES/ John Cassidy/ The Ringleader/ The man who sets the conservative agenda.*
LETTER FROM SRI LANKA/ Philip Gourevitch/ Tides of War/ A legacy of violence in the tsunami's wake.*
FICTION/ George Saunders/ "CommComm"

THE CRITICS
BOOKS/ Jonathan Rosen/ Writer, Interrupted/ The resurrection of Henry Roth.
BOOKS/ Steven Shapin/ Liquid Assets/ The social life of beverages.
POP MUSIC/ Sasha Frere-Jones/ Brazilian Wax/ Two top d.j.s get together.
ON TELEVISION/ Nancy Franklin/ The Yanks Are Coming/ "Over There."
THE THEATRE/ John Lahr/ The New Nomads/ Ariane Mnouchkine turns asylum seekers into voyagers.
THE CURRENT CINEMA/ Anthony Lane/ Opting Out/ Three views of rebellion. ["Last Days," "The Edukators," and "9 Songs"]

THE ARCHIVE
THE TALK OF THE TOWN/ Notes and Comment/ Louis Menand reflected on the bitter confirmation hearings for Clarence Thomas./ Issue of 1991-10-28

* Not currently online.
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Issue of 2005-07-25
Posted 2005-07-18

THE TALK OF THE TOWN
COMMENT/ NOT SCARED/ Adam Gopnik on the mood in London on the day of the bombings.
MIRROR, MIRROR/ FACE-OFF/ Ben McGrath on what we might see in a candidate's countenance.
DEPT. OF TRYOUTS/ LOW NOTES/ Ryan D'Agostino on the search for a new bass player at the Met.
SPINOFF DEPT./ REPORTER GUY/ David Remnick on Stephen Colbert's new fake-news show.
THE FINANCIAL PAGE/ A FAREWELL TO ALMS?/ James Surowiecki on how foreign aid is administered.

VATICAN NOTEBOOK/ Anthony Grafton/ Reading Ratzinger/ What the Pope's theological writings reveal.*
SHOUTS & MURMURS/ Noah Baumbach/ My Dog Is Tom Cruise
ANNALS OF NATIONAL SECURITY/ Seymour M. Hersh/ Get Out the Vote/ Did Washington campaign in Iraq's election?
A REPORTER AT LARGE/ William Finnegan/ The Terrorism Beat/ Inside the city's defense command centers.*
ANNALS OF MEDICINE/ John Colapinto/ Bloodsuckers/ Leeches are good for you after all.*
FICTION/ Tobias Wolff/ "Awaiting Orders"

THE CRITICS
BOOKS/ James Wood/ Red Planet/ The sanguinary sublime of Cormac McCarthy.
BOOKS/ Joan Acocella/ Devil's Work/ Hilary Mantel's ghosts.
DANCING/ Joan Acocella/ Recovered Treasure/ Frederick Ashton's "Sylvia" and George Balanchine's "Don Quixote."
THE CURRENT CINEMA/ Anthony Lane/ Making Mischief/ "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory," "Wedding Crashers."


* Not currently online.
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Issue of 2005-07-11 & 18
Posted 2005-07-04

THE TALK OF THE TOWN

COMMENT/ DECISIONS, DECISIONS/ Louis Menand on Sandra Day O'Connor.
SPORTS DEPT./ TEAM FOR SALE/ Hendrik Hertzberg on George Soros's bid for the Washington Nationals baseball team.
AROUND CITY HALL/ THE PUBLIC WHAT?/ Ben McGrath on the race for the city's second-ranking post.
FIGHTING WORDS/ WHATEVER/ Nick Paumgarten on why Russell Crowe got angry.
THE FINANCIAL PAGE/ ALL THE OIL IN CHINA?/ James Surowiecki on the Chinese government's bid for Unocal.

ONWARD AND UPWARD WITH THE ARTS/ Calvin Tomkins/ The Missing Madonna/ The Met's fifty-million-dollar painting.
SHOUTS & MURMURS/ Ian Frazier/ Square One
ANNALS OF ENTERPRISE/ Kevin Conley/ The Players/ Poker becomes a career path of choice.*
A REPORTER AT LARGE/ Jane Mayer/ The Experiment/ Is the military devising new methods of interrogation at Guant·namo?*
LETTER FROM BEIJING/ Jianying Zha/ The Turtles/ The star couple of Chinese real estate.*
FICTION/ Allegra Goodman/ "Long-Distance Client"

THE CRITICS
A CRITIC AT LARGE/ Margaret Talbot/ The Candy Man/ Why children love Roald Dahlís storiesóand many adults don't.
THE ART WORLD/ Peter Schjeldahl/ Two Views/ CÈzanne vs. Pissarro.
THE CURRENT CINEMA/ David Denby/ Stayin' Alive/ "War of the Worlds" and "Hustle & Flow."

FROM THE ARCHIVE
ANNALS OF JUSTICE/ Jane Mayer/ Outsourcing Torture/ The secret history of America's 'extraordinary rendition' program./ Issue of 2005-02-14 [see other articles from this issue.]

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Issue of 2005-07-11 & 18
Posted 2005-07-04

THE TALK OF THE TOWN

COMMENT/ DECISIONS, DECISIONS/ Louis Menand on Sandra Day O'Connor.
SPORTS DEPT./ TEAM FOR SALE/ Hendrik Hertzberg on George Soros's bid for the Washington Nationals baseball team.
AROUND CITY HALL/ THE PUBLIC WHAT?/ Ben McGrath on the race for the city's second-ranking post.
FIGHTING WORDS/ WHATEVER/ Nick Paumgarten on why Russell Crowe got angry.
THE FINANCIAL PAGE/ ALL THE OIL IN CHINA?/ James Surowiecki on the Chinese government's bid for Unocal.

ONWARD AND UPWARD WITH THE ARTS/ Calvin Tomkins/ The Missing Madonna/ The Met's fifty-million-dollar painting.
SHOUTS & MURMURS/ Ian Frazier/ Square One
ANNALS OF ENTERPRISE/ Kevin Conley/ The Players/ Poker becomes a career path of choice.*
A REPORTER AT LARGE/ Jane Mayer/ The Experiment/ Is the military devising new methods of interrogation at Guant·namo?*
LETTER FROM BEIJING/ Jianying Zha/ The Turtles/ The star couple of Chinese real estate.*
FICTION/ Allegra Goodman/ "Long-Distance Client"

THE CRITICS
A CRITIC AT LARGE/ Margaret Talbot/ The Candy Man/ Why children love Roald Dahlís storiesóand many adults don't.
THE ART WORLD/ Peter Schjeldahl/ Two Views/ CÈzanne vs. Pissarro.
THE CURRENT CINEMA/ David Denby/ Stayin' Alive/ "War of the Worlds" and "Hustle & Flow."

FROM THE ARCHIVE
ANNALS OF JUSTICE/ Jane Mayer/ Outsourcing Torture/ The secret history of America's 'extraordinary rendition' program./ Issue of 2005-02-14 [see other articles from this issue.]

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Issue of 2005-07-04
Posted 2005-06-27

THE TALK OF THE TOWN
COMMENT/ POLITICAL PORN/ David Remnick considers the latest literature on Hillary Clinton.
SUMMER JOBS/ THE ENRON EXAMPLE/ Alec Wilkinson attends a lesson on legal ethics.
DEPT. OF EDUCATION/ DONíT LAUGH/ Lauren Collins on Peter Yarrowís anti-bullying program.
THE NIGHT LIFE/ OFF DUTY/ Ben McGrath at a taxi driverís book party.
ROME POSTCARD/ DOWN BY THE RIVER/ John Seabrook on the state of the Tiber river.


LETTER FROM WASHINGTON/ Jeffrey Goldberg/ Real Insiders/ A pro-Israel lobby and an F.B.I. sting.
SHOUTS & MURMURS/ Bruce McCall/ Camp Correspondence
FICTION/ CRISTINA HENRÕQUEZ/ "Ashes"

THE CRITICS
A CRITIC AT LARGE/ Anthony Lane/ The Disappearing Poet/ What ever happened to Weldon Kees?
ON TELEVISION/ Nancy Franklin/ When in Rome/ ABC revisits ancient history.
THE THEATRE/ John Lahr/ On Your Toes/ "Billy Elliot" leaps from screen to stage.
THE CURRENT CINEMA/ David Denby/ They Live by Night/ "The Beat That My Heart Skipped" and "Elevator to the Gallows."

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Issue of 2005-06-27
Posted 2005-06-20

THE TALK OF THE TOWN
COMMENT/ WATCHED POT/ Hendrik Hertzberg on the Supreme Court and medical marijuana.
D.C. POSTCARD/ TYSON'S CORNER/ David Remnick on Mike Tyson's last round.
DEPT. OF SECOND ACTS/ TO BOLDLY GO/ Rebecca Mead on Leonard Nimoy, photographer.
DEPT. OF URBAN RENEWAL/ STADIA MANIA/ Nick Paumgarten on Ry Cooder's latest album, and urban stadiums.
THE FINANCIAL PAGE/ COPS AND ROBBERS/ James Surowiecki on tracking down fraud.

ANNALS OF EDUCATION/ Hanna Rosin/ God and Country/ The Christian feeder college for the G.O.P.
LETTER FROM EUROPE/ Jane Kramer/ Painting the Town/ A former artist reinvents Albanian politics. [not currently online]
OUR FAR-FLUNG CORRESPONDENTS/ Alec Wilkinson/ The Crossing/ Tackling the Pacific on a homemade raft. [not currently online]
FICTION/ J. M. Coetzee/ "The Blow" [not currently online]

THE CRITICS
BOOKS/ Louis Menand/ Fat Man/ Herman Kahn and the nuclear age.
THE THEATRE/ Hilton Als/ Kicking Up Dust/ Chekhov and Maugham on Broadway.
MUSICAL EVENTS/ Alex Ross/ Sound and Vision/ Glass's "Koyaanisqatsi" and the art of film scoring.
THE CURRENT CINEMA/ Anthony Lane/ Bewildered/ "Bewitched," "Me and You and Everyone We Know," "Yes."

FROM THE ARCHIVE
TALK OF THE TOWN/ Paul Brodeur/ 1969 to 2019/ On Herman Kahnís appearance at a conference, in 1969, on the future of New York, and his plan for doubling the size of Central Park./ Issue of 1969-02-22
PROFILES/ Calvin Trillin/ The Newspaperman's Newspaperman/ Gene Miller, a legendary Miami Herald reporter and editor, died last week of cancer. He edited fellow Pulitzer Prize-winner Edna Buchanan, who Trillin profiled here./ Issue of 1986-02-17
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