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William Basinski’s “Cascade” – Annals of Sound – The New Yorker

William Basinski’s “Cascade” – Annals of Sound – The New Yorker

The New Yorker Magazine became famous for the typeface of its iconic masthead. The typeface represents not only the magazine but the city itself.

January 8, 2018 Issue

With the remote of your earbuds, you can go to the next track or the previous track while listening to music or podcasts.

19 Mind-Blowing Tricks Every iPhone And iPad User Should Know

You can go to the next track or the previous track while listening to music or podcasts. 19 Mind-Blowing Tricks Every iPhone And iPad User Should Know

An Associated Press investigation reports that a vast array of pharmaceuticals show up in the water of 41 million Americans. The drugs are concentrated in the water in tiny quantities, but some scientists worry that there could still be harmful effects for humans.

Study Finds Drugs Seeping Into Drinking Water

Composer Todd Hahn says at the peak of a political campaign season he scores as many as 18 ads a day.

In moments of futility, inadequacy, and shame, nothing can really help except time, and a beautiful voice that understands. - The New Yorker - Google+

In moments of futility, inadequacy, and shame, nothing can really help except time, and a beautiful voice that understands. - The New Yorker - Google+

The New Yorker did the best tribute to Levon Helm here.  Check out the playlist and interview.  A keeper.

Playlist: Levon Helm

Love the way Levon Helm sings at his drum kit. The Last Waltz is also one of my all-time favourite movies.

The New Yorker - Monday, March 3, 1980 - Issue # 2872 - Vol. 56 - N° 2 - Cover by : Arthur Getz

The New Yorker - Monday, March 1980 - Issue # 2872 - Vol. 56 - N° 2 - Cover by Arthur Getz

He used to be exclusively a rock star. Now he’s a songwriter, a producer, a label owner, and a furniture upholsterer, too.

Jack White’s Infinite Imagination

seapeopleonweed: “Jack White in the New Yorker 2017 ”

Hello new friends/followers I wanted to re-introduce myself because its been awhile My name is Meg and I hope you enjoy fitness humor and the occasional mindset motivation thrown in there Im a newly married New Yorker and super Aunt of 12 who loves to travel perform in musical theatre help women feel empowered to find their balance with Health and fitness and who likes to eat doughnuts  on occasion  _ To give you a little back story: I started getting into health and fitness a few years ago…

Hello new friends/followers I wanted to re-introduce myself because its been awhile My name is Meg and I hope you enjoy fitness humor and the occasional mindset motivation thrown in there Im a newly married New Yorker and super Aunt of 12 who loves to travel perform in musical theatre help women feel empowered to find their balance with Health and fitness and who likes to eat doughnuts on occasion _ To give you a little back story: I started getting into health and fitness a few years ago…

The Rambling Glory of Bob Dylan’s Nobel Speech - The New Yorker

The Rambling Glory of Bob Dylan’s Nobel Speech

Hear Bob Dylans Newly-Released Nobel Lecture: A Meditation on Music Literature & Lyrics

The Receptionist: an Education at The New Yorker    In addition to watering plants, walking dogs, taking messages, and running errands, Janet Groth’s office job involved knowing the ups and downs of its noted staff (which then included E.B. White and Muriel Spark). Her lovingly crafted memoir, which kicks off in the late ’50s and spans more than twenty years, reminds you receptionists are always watching.

The Receptionist // Janet Groth In when a young Midwestern woman landed a job at The New Yorker, she didn’t expect to stay long at the reception desk. But stay she did, and for twenty-one years she had the best seat in the house.

Whitney Balliett was a jazz critic who in more than 40 years at The New Yorker magazine encouraged readers to hear jazz through his vividly metaphorical writing.

Whitney Balliett - Obituary

Whitney Balliett was a jazz critic who in more than 40 years at The New Yorker magazine encouraged readers to hear jazz through his vividly metaphorical writing.

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