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Carolyn Kormann discusses a new documentary by the filmmaker Andrew Ellis, "Saving the Wild Horses of the American West," which follows the exploits of an... [Read More]
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The new Prospect-Lefferts Gardens restaurant serves pinsa, an old-timey Roman flatbread. [Read More]
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Carolyn Kormann on how the Trump Administration's environmental and energy policies, especially the proposed repeal of Obama's Clean Power Plan, could exacerbate instability in the... [Read More]
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A midtown restaurant serves the cuisine of Japanese emigrants in Peru. [Read More]
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At high noon on a Thursday in early August Ali MacGraw, the once world-famous movie star and 1970s style icon, pulls up to my hotel... [Read More]
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Carolyn Kormann reports from Hopkinsville, Kentucky, the point of greatest total solar eclipse in the United States, and discusses the reactions of the crowd. [Read More]
Carolyn Kormann reports from Hopkinsville, Kentucky, the point of greatest eclipse in the United States and the site of a supposed alien close encounter in... [Read More]
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Drink a craft cocktail at the base of the neo-Gothic Woolworth Building, the upper half of which is now luxury condominiums. ... [Read More]
Carolyn Kormann reviews the book "Xerophile: Cactus Photographs from Expeditions of the Obsessed." [Read More]
In 2014, Gabe McMackin opened the Finch in a former tattoo parlor, on a quiet brownstone block in Clinton Hill. The dining room has an... [Read More]
Carolyn Kormann reports on President Trump's latest executive order, which would repeal the Clean Power Plan drawn up under President Obama. [Read More]
When Grand Central Terminal first opened its doors, a century ago, there was a Russian bath in the Men's Waiting Room. Last April, Claus Meyer,... [Read More]
Carolyn Kormann examines the work of Ako Salemi, an Iranian photographer who has been recording the effects of climate change on his home country. [Read More]
Late Tuesday, in a small hotel on the eastern bank of the Hudson River, Zephyr Teachout stood in a dark stairwell. She had just learned... [Read More]
Carolyn Kormann on how Christine Chubbuck's friend Rob Smith ended up making the trailer for Craig Shilowich's film about her suicide, "Christine." [Read More]
This essay is part of a series The New Yorker will be running through the election titled "Trump and the Truth." [Read More]
Carolyn Kormann writes about the women's marathon-swimming event at the 2016 Rio Olympic Games, in the waters off Copacabana Beach. [Read More]
Carolyn Kormann examines Michael Phelps's unfolding legacy at the 2016 Olympic Games, in Rio, after his team victory in the 4x200-m. relay. [Read More]
In the past three days, American swimmers have dominated the Olympic Games in Rio, winning fourteen of the twenty medals that Team U.S.A. has accrued... [Read More]
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