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It's shit like this that makes me not subscribe to the New Yorker.
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There’s an app for that.
Andy Puddicombe’s iPhone app, Headspace, teaches meditation to digital burnouts. Credit Illustration by Harry Campbell; Photograph by Neilson Barnard / Westin Hotels & Resorts / Getty
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Borowitz Report: A recent poll reveals Americans are exhausted after pointing out the painfully obvious.
While millions have been vexed for some time by their failure to explain incredibly basic information to dolts, that frustration has now reached a breaking point.
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+wil brander I can see why
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Sam Hunt is shaping up to be country music’s new favorite radio star. But is he a country music artist?
Hunt sings vividly of small-town life, and also borrows from Beyoncé and Drake. Credit Illustration by Matthew Taylor
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Pat Nolan was a staunch law-and-order state assemblyman. Then he went to jail, and had an epiphany.
Patrick J. Nolan’s own experience led him to challenge decades of conservative policy. Credit Illustration by Stanley Chow
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How is it possible not to think that we have witnessed a lynching? David Remnick on the tragedy in Charleston and Obama's response.
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throwing it at us ..not needed sort of a power play?
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“My goal is to become the first African-American principal dancer with A.B.T.” Misty Copeland told Rivka Galchen in 2014. Today, she reached that goal.
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Greece’s banks are closed and investors are betting the country will crash out of the euro zone.
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There is nothing Elizabeth Streb asks her dance company to do that she hasn’t done herself, or wouldn’t do.
Streb has described herself as “addicted to physicality,” and her works are famous for an element of danger. One of her dancers says that, to work with her, “you’d better be able to look fear in the face and not run.” Credit Photograph by Ioulex
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Time to make your way through a long novel, or finish a short story in a day.
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Yawn! Boring list. No thrillers or pulp fiction!
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What happened in Charleston was terrorism, Jelani Cobb writes, and we should call it that.
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Amy Davidson on the demons that inhabit America.
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Or we could talk about how people get killed based on stereotypes. They aren't here to complain about it and they are lucky if anyone talks about them, their humanity.
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