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New Yorker, The

The New Yorker is an American magazine of reportage, commentary, criticism, essays, fiction, satire, cartoons, and poetry. Started as a weekly in 1925, the magazine is now published 47 times annually, with five of these issues covering two-week spans. It is also available online.

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Marah: Rock of Ages: Marah

Profile by Nick Hornby, The New Yorker, 21 May 2004

IT'S JUST BEFORE Christmas last year, and the Philadelphia rock 'n' roll band Marah is halfway through a typically ferocious, chaotic and inspirational set when ...

Pop Quiz: What does the new Top Ten list mean?

Comment by Nick Hornby, The New Yorker, 20 August 2001

IN 1973, FOR AN ESSAY published in The New York Review of Books, Gore Vidal read his way through the Times best-seller list in an ...

Nick Cave: Sweet Misery: The Mellowing of Nick Cave

Review by Nick Hornby, The New Yorker, 28 May 2001

IT'S THE SHEER UBIQUITY of pop music that presents such an obstacle to older fans. When I was fifteen, it was satisfyingly hard to hear ...

Los Lobos: The Entertainers: Learning from Los Lobos

Review by Nick Hornby, The New Yorker, 23 April 2001

WHAT A PIECE OF WORK is a boxed set! How infinite(ish) in faculty! In action, how like an angel! ...

They Might Be Giants: Urban Legends: The Do-It-Yourself Success of They Might Be Giants

Retrospective and Interview by Michael Azerrad, The New Yorker, 12 August 2002

JOHN FLANSBURGH and John Linnell–partners in the musical duo They Might Be Giants–were on their way out of a trendy little restaurant in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, ...

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