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Magical Items to Aid Your Social Reëntry
Bracers for Self-Esteem, a Bag of Holding Conversation, a Helm of Human Expression, and more.
The Pros and Cons of Me Having a Kid
Pro: I’ve heard that baby-making sex is mind-blowing!
Relating to Birds
Golden-crowned kinglet, you’re looking great! And I know that yesterday you ate the equivalent of ten per cent of your body weight.
Slide Show: New Yorker Cartoons June 21, 2021, Issue
New cartoons from the magazine.
Fathers-in-Law: Picks from the Catalogue
A small selection of the species.
Ted Cruz Calls Obamacare a Democratic Plot to Keep People Alive So They Can Vote
The senator added that, unlike Democrats, Republicans have “no intention whatsoever of keeping people alive,” citing Texas’s new “constitutional carry” gun law.
Some Recent Ergonomic Trends
The Yogi, the Keytar, the Trampoline, and other pathbreaking approaches to office work.
Biden Torments Trump by Seeing His Ex
“It’s like Ben and J. Lo. But show a little class,” a Trump associate said.
Claire’s Animal Crossing Characters: Where Are They Now?
After Claire got vaccinated and stopped tending to “Sparkle Island,” Nook moved back to his native Canada to recharge and reassess.
Daily Cartoon Slide Show
Daily Cartoon Slide Show.
They Come in Peace
Popsicle red, my kayak was a bull’s-eye for U.F.O.s.
Running: A Success Story
Look, I know you’re probably sick of hearing about it. But it really is great.
Dear Pepper: A Pregnant Pause
At this point, I ️would advise you—and take my advice with a grain of salt, since I’m a dog, and spayed—to tell everyone you want without feeling guilty.
Fashionable Ways to Let People Know You’re Vaccinated and Not a Maskless Asshole
This classic accessory will pair equally well with your favorite white tee or tailored blazer (bottoms not optional—remember, you’re back out in public).
The Comedian Karen Chee Tries to Keep Up With a New Yorker Cartoonist
Maddie Dai provides instruction on how to draw a cartoon—using verbal instructions only.
Capturing the Awkwardness of Dating, in a Cartoon
The cartoonist Suerynn Lee on how to draw bad dates and how her improv background has taught her to create funny scenarios.
How to Draw All The Unread Books Weighing On Your Conscience
The New Yorker cartoonist Amy Kurzweil will never read all three volumes and nineteen hundred and twenty-eight pages of “On What Matters,” but she knows how to draw them.
How to Draw a Creepy Clown
The cartoonist Lars Kenseth describes how he transforms his deepest fears into cartoons.
The Newspaperman Who Championed Black Tulsa
A. J. Smitherman documented Greenwood at its height, and tried to prevent its destruction in the Tulsa massacre. Plus, David Remnick on what a new Prime Minister will mean for Israel.
Daily Cartoon: Friday, June 18th
“I only believe in fun conspiracy theories.”
How a Conservative Activist Invented the Conflict Over Critical Race Theory
To Christopher Rufo, a term for a school of legal scholarship looked like “the perfect weapon.”