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A Radical Challenger to New York’s Pride March

The traditional march is cancelled this year owing to the pandemic. A smaller, scrappier newcomer is happening on Sunday.

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Don’t Throw Out Your Kids’ Uneaten Sandwich Crusts

Notes on using up stale bread, crackers, and other neglected starches.

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Sunday Reading: Cocktail Hour

From The New Yorker’s archive: stories about alcohol and the cultural influence of various spirits.

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What to Stream: “The Killing Floor,” a Historical Drama of Racial Conflict and the Labor Movement

欧洲杯买彩票Bill Duke’s first feature brings a story about a meat-packing union movingly, passionately to life.

June 26, 2020

We the Sheeple

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June 26, 2020

Richard Brody’s Cinema Therapy: Films of Riotous Whimsy

The New Yorker film critic offers four playfully energetic clips, from an anti-capitalist Charlie Chaplin satire to the Nicholas Brothers’ fantastical tap sequence.

June 26, 2020
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My Mother’s Dreams for Her Son, and All Black Children

She longed for black people in America not to be forever refugees—confined by borders that they did not create and by a penal system that killed them before they died.

Frank Kameny’s Orderly, Square Gay-Rights Activism

An astronomer for the Army Map Service was an unlikely, but crucial, combatant for erotic freedom.

The Lockdown Lessons of “Crime and Punishment”

A college class weathering the pandemic finds Dostoyevsky’s savage inwardness and apocalyptic feverishness uncomfortably resonant.

“Mr. Jones” Remembers When Stalin Weaponized Famine

The horrors of the Holodomor, in which millions of Ukrainians starved, are dramatized, but not inflated, in Agnieszka Holland’s new film.

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HAIM’s Carefree and Comfortable New Album

“Women in Music Pt. III” gives the impression that the three sisters recorded it while lounging in the breeze.

New York City’s Cornucopia of Bread to Go

Rye ficelles from Bien Cuit, bâtards and miches from She Wolf, a speakeasy-style bakery with cardamom buns on demand, and more reasons to ditch your sourdough starter.

An Installation by Felix Gonzalez-Torres Honors Sweetness and Loss

欧洲杯买彩票The artist’s simple and radical piece—a pile of fortune cookies, free for the taking and replenished when depleted—is being re-created worldwide through July 5th.

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The Faces of Those Marching for Racial Justice in New York

Al J. Thompson’s portraits from Black Lives Matter marches in New York telegraph unity and a common sense of resolve.

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Podcasts

Hilton Als’s Homecoming and the March for Queer Liberation

The writer recalls two days of unrest in his neighborhood in 1967, and how they relate to today’s protests for racial justice. And, in spite of COVID-19, gay pride goes on in New York.

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