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  1. <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?><rss xmlns:atom="http://www.w3.org/2005/Atom" xmlns:dc="http://purl.org/dc/elements/1.1/" xmlns:media="http://search.yahoo.com/mrss/" version="2.0"><channel><title>Everything</title><description>Channel Description</description><link>https://www.newyorker.com/everything</link><atom:link href="https://www.newyorker.com/feed/everything/rss" rel="self" type="application/atom+xml"/><copyright>© Condé Nast 2020</copyright><language>en</language><lastBuildDate>Tue, 25 Feb 2020 06:40:07 +0000</lastBuildDate><item><title>Ahead of the South Carolina Primary, Donald Trump’s Debate Tips for Democrats</title><link>https://www.newyorker.com/news/daily-comment/ahead-of-south-carolina-donald-trumps-debate-tips-for-democrats</link><guid isPermaLink="false">5e54226db9920c00082c1607</guid><pubDate>Mon, 24 Feb 2020 22:17:10 +0000</pubDate><media:content/><description>Amy Davidson Sorkin writes about Donald Trump’s rally in Las Vegas, his debating advice for Michael Bloomberg, and his comments about Joe Biden, Elizabeth Warren, Pete Buttigieg, and Amy Klobuchar.</description><category>News / Daily Comment</category><category>News / Election 2020 Commentary</category><media:keywords>2020 Election, Donald Trump, Rallies, Democratic Primary</media:keywords><dc:creator>Amy Davidson Sorkin</dc:creator><dc:modified>Mon, 24 Feb 2020 22:44:33 +0000</dc:modified><dc:publisher>Condé Nast</dc:publisher><media:thumbnail url="https://media.newyorker.com/photos/5e5433a5b9920c00082c164c/master/pass/Amy-TrumpsDebateTips.jpg" width="2560" height="1477"/></item><item><title>The Reporting That Led to Harvey Weinstein’s Trial and Conviction</title><link>https://www.newyorker.com/books/double-take/the-reporting-that-led-to-harvey-weinsteins-trial-and-conviction</link><guid isPermaLink="false">5e540b1cfac1ea000897466a</guid><pubDate>Mon, 24 Feb 2020 21:38:08 +0000</pubDate><media:content/><description>Erin Overbey introduces a selection of coverage on the Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein, who was found guilty of felony sex crime and third-degree rape, including Ronan Farrow’s groundbreaking report, which helped usher in the #MeToo era. </description><category>Books / Double Take</category><media:keywords>Harvey Weinstein, #MeToo, Sexual Assault, Rape, Hollywood</media:keywords><dc:creator>Erin Overbey</dc:creator><dc:modified>Mon, 24 Feb 2020 21:38:07 +0000</dc:modified><dc:publisher>Condé Nast</dc:publisher><media:thumbnail url="https://media.newyorker.com/photos/5e543c91dce85800084fa4cd/master/pass/Harvey-Primary.jpg" width="2560" height="1706"/></item><item><title>Stephen Miller, the Architect of Trump’s Immigration Plan</title><link>https://www.newyorker.com/podcast/political-scene/stephen-miller-the-architect-of-trumps-immigration-plan</link><guid isPermaLink="false">5e5403a6b320740008175f78</guid><pubDate>Mon, 24 Feb 2020 21:00:00 +0000</pubDate><media:content/><description>Jonathan Blitzer examines how Stephen Miller, an adviser to the Trump Administration, turned the President’s xenophobic rhetoric into a set of hard-line immigration policies, including separating children from their families at the border.</description><category>Podcast / Politics and More Podcast</category><media:keywords>Donald Trump, Stephen Miller, Immigration, Border Crisis</media:keywords><dc:modified>Mon, 24 Feb 2020 20:24:36 +0000</dc:modified><dc:publisher>Condé Nast</dc:publisher><media:thumbnail url="https://media.newyorker.com/photos/5e541d5b728a7800094961da/master/pass/PoliticsandMore-StephenMiller-WNYC.jpg" width="2560" height="1920"/></item><item><title>Subway Pole, O Subway Pole</title><link>https://www.newyorker.com/humor/daily-shouts/subway-pole-o-subway-pole</link><guid isPermaLink="false">5e38a2c2a824ac0008547629</guid><pubDate>Mon, 24 Feb 2020 19:00:00 +0000</pubDate><media:content/><description>Vinnie Neuberg humorously illustrates a protagonist who wonders about all the people who may have held the same subway pole in the past.</description><category>Humor / Daily Shouts</category><category>Humor</category><media:keywords>Humor, Satire, Illustrations, Subway</media:keywords><dc:creator>Vinnie Neuberg</dc:creator><dc:modified>Fri, 21 Feb 2020 20:38:38 +0000</dc:modified><dc:publisher>Condé Nast</dc:publisher><media:thumbnail url="https://media.newyorker.com/photos/5e5032242c143c0008c9870d/master/pass/3-Neuberg-Subway.jpg" width="2560" height="2625"/></item><item><title>How Santu Mofokeng Shaped South African Photography</title><link>https://www.newyorker.com/culture/photo-booth/how-santu-mofokeng-shaped-south-african-photography</link><guid isPermaLink="false">5e4eb05b6193470008618734</guid><pubDate>Mon, 24 Feb 2020 17:36:10 +0000</pubDate><media:content/><description>Oluremi C. 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Grief</title><link>https://www.newyorker.com/books/double-take/sunday-reading-on-the-nature-of-grief</link><guid isPermaLink="false">5e500b5bf6c76900091943a7</guid><pubDate>Sun, 23 Feb 2020 23:00:00 +0000</pubDate><media:content/><description>From The New Yorker’s archive, pieces by Meghan O’Rourke, David Sedaris, Jill Lepore, Kathryn Schulz, and Ariel Levy on coping with loss and death and the universal emotions of mourning and grief. </description><category>Books / Double Take</category><media:keywords>Mourning, Grief, Death</media:keywords><dc:creator>The New Yorker</dc:creator><dc:modified>Sat, 22 Feb 2020 23:48:07 +0000</dc:modified><dc:publisher>Condé Nast</dc:publisher><media:thumbnail url="https://media.newyorker.com/photos/5e51bc2506c51600088b203e/master/pass/SundayReading-Grief.jpg" width="2560" height="1670"/></item><item><title>“I Fail Almost Every Day”: An Interview with Samin Nosrat</title><link>https://www.newyorker.com/culture/the-new-yorker-interview/i-fail-almost-every-day-an-interview-with-samin-nosrat</link><guid isPermaLink="false">5e3c6320a824ac0008547c39</guid><pubDate>Sun, 23 Feb 2020 17:00:00 +0000</pubDate><media:content/><description>Helen Rosner interviews the chef Samin Nosrat, the author of “Salt, Fat, Acid, Heat” and the star of the Netflix show of the same name, about her next book, the challenges of fame, veganism, and more.</description><category>Culture / The New Yorker Interview</category><media:keywords>Food, Cooking, Vegans</media:keywords><dc:creator>Helen Rosner</dc:creator><dc:modified>Mon, 24 Feb 2020 12:58:10 +0000</dc:modified><dc:publisher>Condé Nast</dc:publisher><media:thumbnail url="https://media.newyorker.com/photos/5e4dc87e99eebb00088cc5c7/master/pass/Rosner-SaminNosrat-Primary.jpg" width="1978" height="2560"/></item><item><title>Really Fun Things You Can Do When You Are Hopelessly Alone</title><link>https://www.newyorker.com/humor/daily-shouts/really-fun-things-you-can-do-when-you-are-hopelessly-alone</link><guid isPermaLink="false">5e27439e689d5700097a3a55</guid><pubDate>Sun, 23 Feb 2020 12:00:00 +0000</pubDate><media:content/><description>Phoebe Helander illustrates a humorous list of sad and pathetic ways a person can occupy herself while alone.</description><category>Humor / Daily Shouts</category><category>Humor</category><media:keywords>Humor, Satire, Illustrations</media:keywords><dc:creator>Phoebe Helander</dc:creator><dc:modified>Fri, 21 Feb 2020 20:37:48 +0000</dc:modified><dc:publisher>Condé Nast</dc:publisher><media:thumbnail url="https://media.newyorker.com/photos/5e502ef806c51600088b1ed5/master/pass/10_helander_reallyfunthings.jpg" width="2560" height="2318"/></item><item><title>How Did the Democrats End Up Here? </title><link>https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2020/03/02/how-did-the-democrats-end-up-here</link><guid isPermaLink="false">5e4dca6cc457d2000833a969</guid><pubDate>Sun, 23 Feb 2020 11:00:00 +0000</pubDate><media:content/><description>An entirely white slate of candidates is called on to explain their records on criminal justice, creating, in an unimaginable irony, an opportunity for a President as cynical as Donald Trump, Jelani Cobb writes.</description><category>Magazine / Comment</category><dc:creator>Jelani Cobb</dc:creator><dc:modified>Mon, 24 Feb 2020 18:26:09 +0000</dc:modified><dc:publisher>Condé Nast</dc:publisher><media:thumbnail url="https://media.newyorker.com/photos/5e5084550422e200089b64e7/master/pass/200302_r35910web-tout.jpg" width="2560" height="1920"/></item><item><title>The Unhealed Wounds of a Mass Arrest of Black Students at Ole Miss, Fifty Years Later</title><link>https://www.newyorker.com/news/news-desk/the-unhealed-wounds-of-a-mass-arrest-of-black-students-at-ole-miss-fifty-years-later</link><guid isPermaLink="false">5e4c2cfff834c10008aba0a3</guid><pubDate>Sun, 23 Feb 2020 11:00:00 +0000</pubDate><media:content/><description>W. Ralph Eubanks writes about the fiftieth anniversary of the University of Mississippi protests of the school’s use of Confederate imagery and the consequences the black students faced. </description><category>News / News Desk</category><media:keywords>Mississippi, Race, Civil Rights, Black Power, Student Protests</media:keywords><dc:creator>W. Ralph Eubanks</dc:creator><dc:modified>Mon, 24 Feb 2020 13:14:16 +0000</dc:modified><dc:publisher>Condé Nast</dc:publisher><media:thumbnail url="https://media.newyorker.com/photos/5e51f9328d05040009340f60/master/pass/Eubanks-OleMissCC.jpg" width="2560" height="2388"/></item><item><title>Bernie Sanders Scores an Impressive Victory in Nevada</title><link>https://www.newyorker.com/news/our-columnists/bernie-sanders-scores-an-impressive-victory-in-nevada</link><guid isPermaLink="false">5e51d6728d05040009340f58</guid><pubDate>Sun, 23 Feb 2020 02:28:43 +0000</pubDate><media:content/><description>John Cassidy writes about Bernie Sanders’s resounding victory in the Nevada Democratic primary caucuses, which has left the Nevada senator a firm favorite to win the Democratic Presidential nomination.</description><category>News / Our Columnists</category><category>News / Election 2020 Commentary</category><media:keywords>2020 Election, Democratic Primary, Nevada, Bernie Sanders</media:keywords><dc:creator>John Cassidy</dc:creator><dc:modified>Mon, 24 Feb 2020 19:27:33 +0000</dc:modified><dc:publisher>Condé Nast</dc:publisher><media:thumbnail url="https://media.newyorker.com/photos/5e51d8c8b9920c00082c14f6/master/pass/Cassidy-Nevada.jpg" width="2560" height="1707"/></item><item><title>The Union at the Center of the Medicare for All Fight in Nevada</title><link>https://www.newyorker.com/news/campaign-chronicles/the-union-at-the-center-of-the-medicare-for-all-fight-in-nevada</link><guid isPermaLink="false">5e4ff1c123a8850008bd502d</guid><pubDate>Sat, 22 Feb 2020 14:00:00 +0000</pubDate><media:content/><description>Eric Lach writes about the Culinary Workers Union Local 226, a powerful service-industry union in Nevada, and its influence in the context of the Nevada Presidential primary caucuses, particularly with regard to Bernie Sanders and Medicare for All.</description><category>News / Campaign Chronicles</category><category>News / Election 2020</category><media:keywords>2020 Election, Nevada, Unions, Medicare for All, Bernie Sanders, Democratic Primary</media:keywords><dc:creator>Eric Lach</dc:creator><dc:modified>Sat, 22 Feb 2020 17:38:55 +0000</dc:modified><dc:publisher>Condé Nast</dc:publisher><media:thumbnail url="https://media.newyorker.com/photos/5e502233dfff8e0008c85f59/master/pass/Lach-CulinaryUnion.jpg" width="2560" height="1776"/></item><item><title>Nevada Democratic Caucuses: Live Results, Maps, and Analysis</title><link>https://www.newyorker.com/news/election-2020/nevada-live-election-results</link><guid isPermaLink="false">5e501700dce85800084fa060</guid><pubDate>Sat, 22 Feb 2020 14:00:00 +0000</pubDate><media:content/><description>The latest election results from the Nevada caucuses ahead of the 2020 Presidential election.</description><category>News / Election 2020</category><media:keywords>2020 Election, Nevada, Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren, Donald Trump, Joe Biden, Amy Klobuchar, Pete Buttigieg</media:keywords><dc:modified>Sun, 23 Feb 2020 02:54:56 +0000</dc:modified><dc:publisher>Condé Nast</dc:publisher><media:thumbnail url="https://media.newyorker.com/photos/5e31be28e0a194000853374c/master/pass/election2020-50states-Nevada.jpg" width="1800" height="900"/></item><item><title>The Climate Crisis: What to Really Worry About</title><link>https://www.newyorker.com/humor/daily-shouts/the-climate-crisis-what-to-really-worry-about</link><guid isPermaLink="false">5e4d92f6ee642100085ecd0a</guid><pubDate>Sat, 22 Feb 2020 12:00:00 +0000</pubDate><media:content/><description>Marc Philippe Eskenazi writes a humorous list of irrelevant and inaccurate concerns about the crisis, from the vantage of a selfish, narcissistic former climate-change denier.</description><category>Humor / Daily Shouts</category><category>Humor</category><media:keywords>Humor, Satire, Climate Change, Climate Denial</media:keywords><dc:creator>Marc Philippe Eskenazi</dc:creator><dc:modified>Sat, 22 Feb 2020 00:33:31 +0000</dc:modified><dc:publisher>Condé Nast</dc:publisher><media:thumbnail url="https://media.newyorker.com/photos/5e50737b214b2d0008faba3a/master/pass/MPE-ClimateChange.jpg" width="2560" height="1709"/></item><item><title>A View of the Revolution in Lebanon from Martyrs’ Square</title><link>https://www.newyorker.com/news/dispatch/a-view-of-the-revolution-in-lebanon-from-martyrs-square</link><guid isPermaLink="false">5dd456beac14140008e0f917</guid><pubDate>Sat, 22 Feb 2020 11:00:00 +0000</pubDate><media:content/><description> Nai Zakharia illustrates scenes from the revolution in Lebanon from Martyrs’ Square, the epicenter of the uprising in Beirut.</description><category>News / Dispatch</category><media:keywords>Lebanon, Protests, Beirut, Illustration</media:keywords><dc:creator> Nai Zakharia</dc:creator><dc:modified>Mon, 24 Feb 2020 22:01:43 +0000</dc:modified><dc:publisher>Condé Nast</dc:publisher><media:thumbnail url="https://media.newyorker.com/photos/5e3c453ad326540009b65072/master/pass/Zakharia-4-memorial.jpg" width="2560" height="1450"/></item><item><title>“Vitalina Varela,” Reviewed: An Audacious Drama About the Struggles of an Immigrant Community</title><link>https://www.newyorker.com/culture/the-front-row/vitalina-varela-reviewed-an-audacious-drama-about-the-struggles-of-an-immigrant-community</link><guid isPermaLink="false">5e5046d12c143c0008c98786</guid><pubDate>Sat, 22 Feb 2020 01:27:14 +0000</pubDate><media:content/><description>Richard Brody reviews “Vitalina Varela,” a new film by the Portuguese director Pedro Costa.</description><category>Culture / The Front Row</category><media:keywords>Movie Reviews, Film Noir, Expressionism, Racism</media:keywords><dc:creator>Richard Brody</dc:creator><dc:modified>Sat, 22 Feb 2020 01:27:13 +0000</dc:modified><dc:publisher>Condé Nast</dc:publisher><media:thumbnail url="https://media.newyorker.com/photos/5e4ed322a8da4700085766cd/master/pass/Richard-Vitalina%20Varela.jpg" width="1440" height="1080"/></item><item><title>“Cause for Alarm!,” a Film Noir That Feels Accidentally Feminist</title><link>https://www.newyorker.com/recommends/watch/cause-for-alarm-a-film-noir-that-feels-accidentally-feminist</link><guid isPermaLink="false">5e4efd4a67e37e00097e0672</guid><pubDate>Fri, 21 Feb 2020 22:09:52 +0000</pubDate><media:content/><description>Margaret Talbot writes about the director Tay Garnett’s “Cause for Alarm!,” starring Loretta Young. This suburban film noir from 1951, which from a feminist lens was ahead of its time, is now streaming on Amazon Prime Video.</description><category>The New Yorker Recommends / Watch</category><media:keywords>Movies, Film Noir, Feminism, Patriarchy</media:keywords><dc:creator>Margaret Talbot</dc:creator><dc:modified>Fri, 21 Feb 2020 22:09:50 +0000</dc:modified><dc:publisher>Condé Nast</dc:publisher><media:thumbnail url="https://media.newyorker.com/photos/5e505207dfff8e0008c85fef/master/pass/Talbot-CauseForAlarm.jpg" width="2560" height="2011"/></item><item><title>Stephen Miller, the Immigration Extremist in the White House</title><link>https://www.newyorker.com/podcast/the-new-yorker-radio-hour/stephen-miller-the-immigration-extremist-in-the-white-house</link><guid isPermaLink="false">5e4f0274b5e359000851683e</guid><pubDate>Fri, 21 Feb 2020 21:00:00 +0000</pubDate><media:content/><description>On The New Yorker Radio Hour, Jonathan Blitzer and David Remnick discuss Stephen Miller’s influence on Trump’s immigration policies, and Michael Schulman sits down with Pam Grier, the star of “Foxy Brown” and “Coffy.” </description><category>Podcast / The New Yorker Radio Hour</category><media:keywords>Interviews, Democrats, Stephen Miller, Immigration, Film</media:keywords><dc:modified>Fri, 21 Feb 2020 20:24:54 +0000</dc:modified><dc:publisher>Condé Nast</dc:publisher><media:thumbnail url="https://media.newyorker.com/photos/5e4fff5bc4b87000081a5541/master/pass/TNY_miller_final_2.jpg" width="3840" height="2560"/></item><item><title>Powerful Crystals for People in Their Thirties</title><link>https://www.newyorker.com/humor/daily-shouts/powerful-crystals-for-people-in-their-thirties</link><guid isPermaLink="false">5e4efb52c4b87000081a5409</guid><pubDate>Fri, 21 Feb 2020 19:00:00 +0000</pubDate><media:content/><description>Mary Houlihan and Steven Markow humorously imagine Crystil Kristyl’s Crystals, a shop for gems and rocks that give thirtysomethings special powers.</description><category>Humor / Daily Shouts</category><category>Humor</category><media:keywords>Humor, Satire, Crystals</media:keywords><dc:creator>Mary Houlihan, Steven Markow</dc:creator><dc:modified>Fri, 21 Feb 2020 18:21:46 +0000</dc:modified><dc:publisher>Condé Nast</dc:publisher><media:thumbnail url="https://media.newyorker.com/photos/5e5009c867e37e00097e06d4/master/pass/houlihanmarkow_sapphire.png" width="1065" height="866"/></item><item><title>The Delegate Math Now Favors Bernie Sanders</title><link>https://www.newyorker.com/news/our-columnists/the-delegate-math-now-favors-bernie-sanders</link><guid isPermaLink="false">5e4fe9d4b5e35900085168b3</guid><pubDate>Fri, 21 Feb 2020 18:38:24 +0000</pubDate><media:content/><description>John Cassidy on three polls that project Bernie Sanders with a significant lead over his Democratic primary rivals Joe Biden, Pete Buttigieg, Elizabeth Warren, and others in California, which votes on Super Tuesday, March 3rd.   </description><category>News / Our Columnists</category><category>News / Election 2020</category><media:keywords>2020 Election, Bernie Sanders, Polls, California, Super Tuesday</media:keywords><dc:creator>John Cassidy</dc:creator><dc:modified>Fri, 21 Feb 2020 20:53:09 +0000</dc:modified><dc:publisher>Condé Nast</dc:publisher><media:thumbnail url="https://media.newyorker.com/photos/5e501f6d4a36920008dacccf/master/pass/Cassidy-DelegateMath.jpg" width="2560" height="1707"/></item><item><title>What Bernie Sanders Is Doing Differently to Win Over Latino Voters</title><link>https://www.newyorker.com/news/campaign-chronicles/what-bernie-sanders-is-doing-differently-to-win-over-latino-voters</link><guid isPermaLink="false">5e4f1129d09f5a0008ab238b</guid><pubDate>Fri, 21 Feb 2020 18:04:36 +0000</pubDate><media:content/><description>Stephania Talarid reports from Nevada about the ways in which the Bernie Sanders campaign is attracting support from Latino Democrats ahead of the caucuses. </description><category>News / Campaign Chronicles</category><category>News / Election 2020</category><media:keywords>Nevada, Bernie Sanders, 2020 Election, Democratic Primary, New Yorker Video</media:keywords><dc:creator>Stephania Taladrid</dc:creator><dc:modified>Mon, 24 Feb 2020 17:13:25 +0000</dc:modified><dc:publisher>Condé Nast</dc:publisher><media:thumbnail url="https://media.newyorker.com/photos/5e501a0bfac1ea00089742f5/master/pass/Taladrid-LatinoNevadans01.jpg" width="2560" height="1713"/></item><item><title>Reading a Lost Wartime Letter from Albert Camus in 2020</title><link>https://www.newyorker.com/news/daily-comment/reading-a-lost-wartime-letter-from-albert-camus-in-2020</link><guid isPermaLink="false">5e4dc259b5e3590008516607</guid><pubDate>Fri, 21 Feb 2020 17:52:44 +0000</pubDate><media:content/><description>Adam Gopnik writes about the discovery of a letter written by Albert Camus, in 1943, on the philosophical crisis of the French Resistance, and how the letter’s message resonates today.</description><category>News / Daily Comment</category><media:keywords>Albert Camus, French Resistance, Existentialism, Second World War, Philosophy</media:keywords><dc:creator>Adam Gopnik</dc:creator><dc:modified>Fri, 21 Feb 2020 17:52:42 +0000</dc:modified><dc:publisher>Condé Nast</dc:publisher><media:thumbnail url="https://media.newyorker.com/photos/5e4c6cccc385e000089fdee2/master/pass/Gopnik-LostCamusLetter.jpg" width="1665" height="2560"/></item><item><title>Daily Cartoon: Friday, February 21st</title><link>https://www.newyorker.com/cartoons/daily-cartoon/friday-february-21st-conspiracy-theories</link><guid isPermaLink="false">5e4ff21df6c76900091943a4</guid><pubDate>Fri, 21 Feb 2020 15:30:00 +0000</pubDate><media:content/><description>Peter Kuper’s Daily Cartoon shows a couple watching a television show called “America’s Funniest Conspiracy Theories.”</description><category>Cartoons / Daily Cartoon</category><media:keywords>Cartoons, Humor, Satire, Politics</media:keywords><dc:creator>Peter Kuper</dc:creator><dc:modified>Fri, 21 Feb 2020 15:12:19 +0000</dc:modified><dc:publisher>Condé Nast</dc:publisher><media:thumbnail url="https://media.newyorker.com/photos/5e4ff13bc457d2000833abef/master/pass/A23924.jpg" width="1500" height="1500"/></item><item><title>Harry Reid Misses George W. Bush and Always Kind of Liked Bernie Sanders</title><link>https://www.newyorker.com/news/the-new-yorker-interview/harry-reid-misses-george-w-bush-and-always-kind-of-liked-bernie-sanders</link><guid isPermaLink="false">5e4ea264c385e000089fe274</guid><pubDate>Fri, 21 Feb 2020 15:00:00 +0000</pubDate><media:content/><description>Eric Lach talks to the former Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid about Nevada politics, the election, the Democratic Party, the Senate, impeachment, and U.F.O.s.</description><category>News / The New Yorker Interview</category><category>News / Election 2020</category><media:keywords>Harry Reid, 2020 Election, Bernie Sanders, Nevada, Elizabeth Warren</media:keywords><dc:creator>Eric Lach</dc:creator><dc:modified>Mon, 24 Feb 2020 14:22:46 +0000</dc:modified><dc:publisher>Condé Nast</dc:publisher><media:thumbnail url="https://media.newyorker.com/photos/5e4ed34b61934700086187b4/master/pass/Lach-HarryReidTNYInterview.jpg" width="1920" height="2560"/></item><item><title>I Went to Hogwarts for Seven Years and Did Not Learn Math or Spelling, and Now I Can’t Get a Job</title><link>https://www.newyorker.com/humor/daily-shouts/i-went-to-hogwarts-for-seven-years-and-did-not-learn-math-or-spelling-and-now-i-cant-get-a-job</link><guid isPermaLink="false">5e4d5af323a8850008bd4cec</guid><pubDate>Fri, 21 Feb 2020 12:00:00 +0000</pubDate><media:content/><description>Julien Darmoni imagines a humorous letter from a graduate of Hogwarts, the wizarding school from the Harry Potter novels, to Headmaster McGonagall.</description><category>Humor / Daily Shouts</category><category>Humor</category><media:keywords>Humor, Satire, Harry Potter</media:keywords><dc:creator>Julien Darmoni</dc:creator><dc:modified>Thu, 20 Feb 2020 22:49:28 +0000</dc:modified><dc:publisher>Condé Nast</dc:publisher><media:thumbnail url="https://media.newyorker.com/photos/5e4f0b06c457d2000833ab41/master/pass/Darmoni-Hogwarts.jpg" width="2560" height="1706"/></item><item><title>Le Crocodile’s Bold Brooklyn Ambitions</title><link>https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2020/03/02/le-crocodiles-bold-brooklyn-ambitions</link><guid isPermaLink="false">5e4db796b5e35900085165a6</guid><pubDate>Fri, 21 Feb 2020 11:00:00 +0000</pubDate><media:content/><description>On the ground floor of Williamsburg’s Wythe Hotel, the young chefs behind Chez Ma Tante are focussed on perfecting and occasionally revising dozens of French classics, Hannah Goldfield writes.</description><category>Magazine / Tables for Two</category><dc:creator>Hannah Goldfield</dc:creator><dc:modified>Thu, 20 Feb 2020 21:08:51 +0000</dc:modified><dc:publisher>Condé Nast</dc:publisher><media:thumbnail url="https://media.newyorker.com/photos/5e4ef429ee642100085ecf99/master/pass/200302_r35889.jpg" width="2560" height="1392"/></item><item><title>How Stephen Miller Manipulates Donald Trump to Further His Immigration Obsession</title><link>https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2020/03/02/how-stephen-miller-manipulates-donald-trump-to-further-his-immigration-obsession</link><guid isPermaLink="false">5e4db7ada8da4700085766a9</guid><pubDate>Fri, 21 Feb 2020 11:00:00 +0000</pubDate><media:content/><description>Jonathan Blitzer reports on Donald Trump’s senior adviser, who has been the true driving force behind this Administration’s racist agenda. </description><category>Magazine / Profiles</category><media:keywords>Stephen Miller, Immigration, Donald Trump, Family Separation, Immigrants, Department of Homeland Security, Jeff Sessions</media:keywords><dc:creator>Jonathan Blitzer</dc:creator><dc:modified>Sat, 22 Feb 2020 02:02:23 +0000</dc:modified><dc:publisher>Condé Nast</dc:publisher><media:thumbnail url="https://media.newyorker.com/photos/5e4f22c4a8da470008576753/master/pass/200302_r35898.jpg" width="1901" height="2560"/></item><item><title>A Grim Take on “West Side Story”</title><link>https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2020/03/02/a-grim-take-on-west-side-story</link><guid isPermaLink="false">5e4db7c8c457d2000833a952</guid><pubDate>Fri, 21 Feb 2020 11:00:00 +0000</pubDate><media:content/><description>Alexandra Schwartz reviews Ivo van Hove’s new interpretation of the iconic musical, which she describes as an infuriating example of what happens when a powerful style calcifies into shtick. </description><category>Magazine / The Theatre</category><media:keywords>West Side Story, Theatre, Plays, Broadway Musicals, Ivo van Hove</media:keywords><dc:creator>Alexandra Schwartz</dc:creator><dc:modified>Fri, 21 Feb 2020 16:50:50 +0000</dc:modified><dc:publisher>Condé Nast</dc:publisher><media:thumbnail url="https://media.newyorker.com/photos/5e4f0036b5e359000851683d/master/pass/200302_r35908.jpg" width="1364" height="1326"/></item><item><title>The Search for New Words to Make Us Care About the Climate Crisis</title><link>https://www.newyorker.com/culture/cultural-comment/the-search-for-new-words-to-make-us-care-about-the-climate-crisis</link><guid isPermaLink="false">5e4da8e3ee642100085ecd63</guid><pubDate>Fri, 21 Feb 2020 11:00:00 +0000</pubDate><media:content/><description>Hua Hsu reviews “An Ecotopian Lexicon,” a collection of essays, edited by Matthew Schneider-Mayerson and Brent Ryan Bellamy, that seeks to expand the language we use to describe the present-day environmental crisis and its possibilities.</description><category>Culture / Cultural Comment</category><media:keywords>Climate Change, Environmentalism, Global Warming, Language</media:keywords><dc:creator>Hua Hsu</dc:creator><dc:modified>Mon, 24 Feb 2020 14:25:00 +0000</dc:modified><dc:publisher>Condé Nast</dc:publisher><media:thumbnail url="https://media.newyorker.com/photos/5e4d972cc4b87000081a5189/master/pass/Hsu-NewWordsForClimateCrisis-1.jpg" width="2048" height="1365"/></item></channel></rss>
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