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Issue of 2004-11-15
Posted 2004-11-08

THE TALK OF THE TOWN
COMMENT/ WOE IS WE/ Hendrik Hertzberg on four more years.
THE PARTY/ DEBOUCHING/ Ben McGrath visits William F. Buckley.
WORLD OF TOMORROW/ WHAT IF?/ Dana Goodyear on an N.Y.U. class's reaction to the election.
THE FINANCIAL PAGE/ THE RISK SOCIETY/ James Surowiecki on the dangers of ownership.

SHOUTS & MURMURS/ Andy Borowitz/ Pavlov's Brother
LETTER FROM IRAQ/ Jon Lee Anderson/ Out on the Street/ The policy that is fuelling the insurgency.
FICTION/ James Ellis Thomas/ "Triumph of the Southside Ladyjacks"

THE CRITICS
A CRITIC AT LARGE/ John Updike/ Invisible Cathedral/ A walk through the new Modern.
THE SKYLINE/ Paul Goldberger/ Outside the Box/ Yoshio Taniguchi's elegant expansion of the Modern.
ON TELEVISION/ Nancy Franklin/ Blue Blood/ Who knew what when.
THE CURRENT CINEMA/ Anthony Lane/ Illustrated Life/ "The Incredibles" and "The Big Red One."

FROM THE ARCHIVES
THE SKYLINE/ Lewis Mumford/ Growing PainsóThe New Museum/ The Magazine's first architecture critic discusses The Modern's new building/ Issue of 1939-06-03

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Issue of 2004-11-08
Posted 2004-11-01

THE TALK OF THE TOWN
COMMENT/ THE CURSE OF CURSES/ Roger Angell on the Boston Red Sox' win.
THE PICTURES/ NOT ENJOYING IT/ Larissa MacFarquhar talks with the actor Paul Giamatti.
DEPT. OF AMBIVALENCE/ THE STRUGGLE/ Margaret Talbot attends an anti-gay-marriage rally.
POWWOWS/ THE CROSSING/ Robert Sullivan on a canoe trip across the Hudson.
THE FINANCIAL PAGE/ MIXED MOTIVES/ James Surowiecki on corporate-insurance scandals.

SHOUTS & MURMURS/Ian Frazier/ Kid Court
FICTION/ Jonathan Franzen/ "Breakup Stories"
FALL BOOKS, LITERARY LIVES/ Rachel Cohen/ Can You Forgive Him?/ A writerís friend destroys his masterpiece.
ANNALS OF PSYCHOLOGY/ Malcolm Gladwell/ Getting Over It/ Advice from the man in the gray flannel suit.
PROFILES/ David Remnick/ The Spirit Level/ Amos Oz and the story of Israel.

THE CRITICS
BOOKS/ Louis Menand/ Ask Not, Tell Not/ Anatomy of an inaugural.
A CRITIC AT LARGE/ Meghan O'Rourke/ Nancy Drew's Father/ The fiction factory of Edward Stratemeyer.
BOOKS/ Peter Schjeldahl/ Masterpieces for Sale/ How Lord Duveen turned millionaires into art lovers.
THE THEATRE/ John Lahr/ The Fury and the Jury/ Women, and men, make themselves heard.
MUSICAL EVENTS/ Alex Ross/ America, the Baleful/ Sounds of protest in New York's downtown music scene.
DANCING/ Joan Acocella/ New Heights/ An A.B.T. dancer defies a ballet convention.
THE CURRENT CINEMA/ David Denby/ Night and Day/ "Ray" and "Birth."

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Issue of 2004-11-01
Posted 2004-10-25

THE TALK OF THE TOWN
COMMENT/ THE CHOICE/ The Editors on the coming election. [They used the first 3,856 words lay out Bush's incompetence, failings, deceptions, and dangers, and 677 words to endorse Kerry as a strong, principled corrective and source of hope.]

A REPORTER AT LARGE/ Peter J. Boyer/ The Believer/ Paul Wolfowitz defends the war.
SHOUTS & MURMURS/ Paul Simms/ Making a Difference
FICTION/ Lara Vapnyar/ "Memoirs of a Muse"
PORTFOLIO/ Democracy 2004/ Photographic portraits of Americans by Richard Avedon.
THE CRITICS
BOOKS/ John Updike/ The Great I Am/ Robert Alter's new translation of the Pentateuch.
POP MUSIC/ Sasha Frere-Jones/ 1979
The year punk died, and was reborn.
THE ART WORLD/ Peter Schjeldahl/ Memento Mori/ The Aztecs at the Guggenheim.
THE CURRENT CINEMA/ Anthony Lane/ Aftermaths/ "Enduring Love," "Hearts and Minds."

FROM THE ARCHIVES
THE CAMPAIGN TRAIL/ PROFILES/ Winthrop Sargeant/ A Woman Entering a Taxi in the Rain/ A profile of Richard Avedon's early work as a fashion photographer/ Issue of 1958-11-08
PORTFOLIO/ A collection of Avedon's portrait photography from his years at the magazine.

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Issue of 2004-10-25
Posted 2004-10-18

THE TALK OF THE TOWN
COMMENT/ QUESTIONS OF GREATNESS/ George Packer on the final Presidential debate and the choice ahead.
INK/ PRIZE FIGHT/ Ben McGrath on the National Book Awards nominees.
IN THE VAULT/ WEIRD LOVE/ Nick Paumgarten on the uncovering of Ed Woodís last film.
DEPT. OF QUANTIFICATION/ MURPHY AT THE BAT/ Ben McGrath contemplates the Red Sox and the science of misfortune.
THE BENCH/ FAMILY PORTRAIT/ Dana Goodyear on a contested Klimt.

SHOUTS & MURMURS/ Mark Singer/ An Announcement
ANNALS OF POLITICS/ David Grann/ Inside Dope/ Has The Note changed American politics?
FICTION/ Thomas McGuane/ "Old Friends"

THE CRITICS
THE THEATRE/ John Lahr/ Running Wild/ "Richard III" and "Reckless."
A CRITIC AT LARGE/ Malcolm Gladwell/ High Prices/ How to think about prescription drugs.
MUSICAL EVENTS/ Alex Ross/ Taymor's Mythology/ A glorious "Magic Flute" at the Met.
ON TELEVISION/ Nancy Franklin/ Pushing Paper/ Ricky Gervais does overtime at "The Office."
THE CURRENT CINEMA/ David Denby/ Drinking and Driving/ Alexander Payneís "Sideways."

FROM THE ARCHIVE
ANNALS OF VIETNAM/ James Carroll/ A Friendship That Ended the War/ How two heroes who came home on different sides of the war made their peaceóand the nation's/ Issue of 1996-10-21

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Issue of 2004-10-18
Posted 2004-10-11

THE TALK OF THE TOWN
COMMENT/ STRETCHERS/ Hendrik Hertzberg on the Vice-Presidential debate.
HOMEWORK/ TO THE EDITOR/ Daniel Radosh on a class of gifted young letter writers.
CONTENDERS/ POST-PUNK/ Nick Paumgarten on the rocker-activist Krist Novoselic.
DEPT. OF DETRITUS/ YARD SALE/ Field Maloney on a Central Park junk convention.
THE FINANCIAL PAGE/ FREE AIR/ James Surowiecki on giving up the digital spectrum.

THE POLITICAL SCENE/ Larissa MacFarquhar/ The Pollster/ Does John Zogby know who will win the election?
THE CAMPAIGN TRAIL/ Philip Gourevitch/ Reality Check/ John Kerryís Iraq comeback.
FICTION/Rebecca Curtis/ "The Alpine Slide"
ANNALS OF THE PRESIDENCY/ Nicholas Lemann/ Remember the Alamo/ Why George W. Bush turned radical.
A REPORTER AT LARGE/ Jane Mayer/ The Money Man/ Can George Soros's millions insure the defeat of President Bush?
ON THE BALLOT/ Connie Bruck/ Hollywood Science/ Should a ballot initiative determine the fate of stem-cell research?
BOOKS BRIEFLY NOTED/ When Presidents Lie, by Eric Alterman; Perilous Times, by Geoffrey R. Stone; Why the Electoral College Is Bad for America, by George C. Edwards III; Leo Strauss and the Politics of American Empire, by Anne Norton.

THE CRITICS
A CRITIC AT LARGE/ Anthony Lane/ The Method President/ Ronald Reagan and the movies.
ON TELEVISION/ Nancy Franklin/ Bringing Up Bobby/ The boy who would be President.
THE ART WORLD/ Peter Schjeldahl/ True Views/ Rackstraw Downesís realism.
THE THEATRE/ John Lahr/ The Laughing Cure/ Black comedy and blackface in two Off Broadway shows.
THE CURRENT CINEMA/ Anthony Lane/ Young Men/ "P.S." and "Tarnation."

THE BACK PAGE/ Paul Slansky/ "Campaign 2004: The Quiz"
FROM THE ARCHIVE
Paul Slansky's series of quizzes on the Bush Presidency, "The __th Hundred Days," are linked on the sidebar of "Campaign 2004: The Quiz."

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Issue of 2004-10-11
Posted 2004-10-04

THE TALK OF THE TOWN
COMMENT/ WINNING/ Elizabeth Kolbert on how the candidates fared in the first Presidential debate.
VISITING DIGNITARIES/ DRY RUN/ Andrew Rice on an African election observerís trip to America.
THE SPORTING SCENE/ HARD GUY/ Ben McGrath on Tom Coughlinís new rules for the New York Giants.
POSTSCRIPT/ GARDNER BOTSFORD/ Roger Angell remembers a former New Yorker editor.

THE POLITICAL SCENE/ John Cassidy/ Pump Dreams/ Can America get by without foreign oil?
A REPORTER AT LARGE/ Michael Specter/ The Devastation/ Russia may be dying as a nation, and it faces a threat that no one will talk about: AIDS.
POSTSCRIPT/ Adam Gopnik/ Richard Avedon/ A portrait of the photographer.
FICTION/ Charles D'Ambrosio/ "The Scheme of Things"

THE CRITICS
A CRITIC AT LARGE/ David Denby/ Northern Lights/ How modern life emerged from eighteenth-century Edinburgh.
ON TELEVISION/ Nancy Franklin/ Tanner Revisited/ Robert Altman and Garry Trudeau revive their candidate.
THE CURRENT CINEMA/ David Denby/ Playing Parts/ "Vera Drake and "Stage Beauty."

FROM THE ARCHIVE
ANNALS OF MEDICINE/ Michael Specter/ India's Plague/ From a series of reports on the global AIDS crisis/ Issue of 2001-12-17
A REPORTER AT LARGE/ Michael Specter/ The Vaccine/ AIDS in Africa, from a series/ Issue of 2003-02-03

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Issue of 2004-10-04
Posted 2004-09-27

THE TALK OF THE TOWN
COMMENT/ INDEFENSIBLE/ Frances FitzGerald on the Presidentís missile-defense fixation.
THE WEEK IN DIGNITARIES/ HOT TICKET/ Ben McGrath at an appearance by the President of Pakistan, Pervez Musharraf.
ROME POSTCARD/ BOFFO BEATITUDE/ John Seabrook on how Mel Gibson might have helped make a saint.
OVERHAULS/ POINT OF VIEW/ Dana Goodyear on the Marriott Marquisís revolving restaurantís new look.
THE FINANCIAL PAGE/ GOOD GROOMING/ James Surowiecki on Michael Eisner and the importance of succession planning.


SHOUTS & MURMURS/ Christopher Buckley/ Rules of Engagement
A REPORTER AT LARGE/ George Packer/ The Next Iraqi War?/ Where ethnic tensions in Kirkuk may lead.
FICTION/ William Trevor/ "The Dressmaker's Child"

THE CRITICS
BOOKS/ Ruth Franklin/ God in the Details/ Graham Greene's religious realism.
POP MUSIC/ Sasha Frere-Jones/ Four Singles/ Faith, war, and commerce.
ON TELEVISION/ Nancy Franklin/ Rather Knot/ This time, CBS really broke the news.
THE CURRENT CINEMA/ David Denby/ Battle States/ "I ♥ Huckabees," "Silver City."

FROM THE ARCHIVE
LIFE AND LETTERS/ Michael Korda/ The Third Man/ An editor's memories of Graham Greene./ Issue of 1996-03-25

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Issue of 2004-09-27
Posted 2004-09-20

THE TALK OF THE TOWN
COMMENT/ THE POLITICAL WAR/ George Packer on why Iraq isnít hurting the President.
THE BENCH/ DELETED/ Jeffrey Toobin on the history of wartime freedom of speech.
PUBLICATION DAY/ SWING VOTER/ Adam Green drives around New York with Kitty Kelley.
PARTISANS/ BIG CHEESE/ Blake Eskin on political dairy products.
THE FINANCIAL PAGE/ PENNY WISE/ James Surowiecki on selling to the poor.

SHOUTS & MURMURS/ Ian Frazier/ Hooked
PROFILES/ Judith Thurman/ The Candidate's Wife/ Will Teresa Heinz Kerry make a difference?
FICTION/ Zadie Smith/ "Hanwell in Hell"
LETTER FROM IBIZA/ Nick Paumgarten/ The Shoot/ Mert and Marcus on the island of sirens.

THE CRITICS
A CRITIC AT LARGE/ Ruth Franklin/ A Life in Good Taste/ The fashions and follies of Elsie de Wolfe.
BOOKS/ John Updike/ Two's a Crowd/ A new novel from a Portuguese veteran.
THE THEATRE/ John Lahr/ Collateral Damage/ David Hare on the march to war in Iraq.
MUSCIAL EVENTS/ Alex Ross/ Warhorses/ Vital new recordings of Mozart, Bach, and bel canto.
THE CURRENT CINEMA/ Anthony Lane/ Ghosts/ "The Motorcycle Diaries" and "Shaun of the Dead."

FROM THE ARCHIVES
PROFILES/ Janet Flanner/ Handsprings Across the Sea/ A profile of Elsie de Wolfe, by the writer of the magazine's Letters From Paris from 1925 to 1974 (Nice work if you can get it)/ Issue of 1938-01-15

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Issue of 2004-09-20
Posted 2004-09-13

THE TALK OF THE TOWN
COMMENT/ PRISONERS OF THE CAUCASUS/ David Remnick on the familiarity of Russiaís Chechnya problem.
DOWN THE STRETCH/ CONVENTIONAL WISDOM/ Ben McGrath compares the Red Sox and the Yankees to Democrats and Republicans.
THE HOME FRONT/ NAMES/ William Finnegan at a vigil for the first thousand troops who died in Iraq.
DEPT. OF FOREIGN RELATIONS/ THE BORAT DOCTRINE/ Daniel Radosh reviews some televised misconceptions about Kazakhstan.
BEQUESTS/ A HANDYMANíS GIFT/ Tad Friend tracks a troublesome inheritance.

SHOUTS & MURMURS/ Patricia Marx/ The Undecided
ANNALS OF LAW/ Jeffrey Toobin/ Poll Position/ John Ashcroft redefines voting rights.
FICTION/Joyce Carol Oates/ "Spider Boy"

THE CRITICS
BOOKS/ Counterlives/ Joan Acocella/ Philip Roth's "The Plot Against America."
A CRITIC AT LARGE/ Leo Carey/ The Genuine Article/ The strange case of Kyril Bonfiglioli.
THE CURRENT CINEMA/ Anthony Lane/ Identity Crisis/ "Wicker Park" and "Infernal Affairs."

FROM THE ARCHIVES
ANNALS OF DEMOCRACY/ Ronnie Dugger/ Counting Votes/ An early, and thorough, look at the pitfalls of computerized voting./ Issue of 1988-11-07

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Issue of 2004-09-13
Posted 2004-09-06
THE TALK OF THE TOWN
COMMENT/ IN MODERATION/ Hendrik Hertzberg compares the face of the Republican Party to its platform.
DEPT. OF DISCOURSE/ CIVIL DISOBEDIENCE/ Ben McGrath roams the Republican Convention.
GIVERS/ MONEY HONEYS/ Lillian Ross rubs elbows with the rhinestone Republicans.
ON THE AIR/ YOUNG AMERICANS/ Dana Goodyear on a group of preteen pundits.

CAMPAIGN JOURNAL/ Philip Gourevitch/ Bushspeak/ How the President works the crowds.
SHOUTS & MURMURS/ Paul Rudnick/ Running Mates
PROFILES/ David Remnick/ The Wilderness Campaign/ Al Gore, four years later.
FICTION/ Marilynne Robinson/ "Kansas"

THE CRITICS
BOOKS/ Thomas Mallon/ Golden Boy/ The life and letters of Truman Capote.
A CRITIC AT LARGE/ Adam Gopnik/ Will Power/ Why Shakespeare remains the necessary poet.
THE SKY LINE/ Paul Goldberger/ Homes of the Stars/ A high-profile suburb for the Hamptons.
THE CURRENT CINEMA/ David Denby/ Journeys
Vincent Gallo's new movie, and an F. W. Murnau retrospective.

FROM THE ARCHIVE
OUR FAR-FLUNG CORRESPONDENTS/ Truman Capote/ A Ride Through Spain/ Capote's first piece for the magazine/ Issue of 1950-09-02

ONLINE ONLY/ An interview with Paul Goldberger.
ONLINE ONLY: Q & A/ A Writer's Time/ Marilynne Robinson discusses her first piece of fiction in two decades.

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