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 Boris Johnson @BorisJohnson

Huge congratulations to @MattFitz94 on winning the @usopengolf. You have made the city of Sheffield and indeed the whole country incredibly proud. https://t.co/np31YsRhnc Quoted tweet from @MattFitz94: https://t.co/KpEpEwRWhs
 

When a Novel Reimagines a Nation
Patrice Nganang’s Cameroon trilogy challenges the capacities of literary fiction with the turbulent complexities of his home country.
 

How Johan Lenox (and Some Acid) Merged Beethoven and Kanye
Stephen Feigenbaum was a classical-music kid oblivious of pop; Lenox, as he’s known now, is a hip-hop producer with a new solo album, “WDYWTBWYGU.”
 

Etgar Keret on Writing as Anger Management
The author discusses “Mitzvah,” his story from the latest issue of the magazine.
 

Readin’, Writin’, and Regulatin’ Emotions
As Eric Adams, who has advocated for daily meditation in public schools, pushes mindfulness classes, the third graders at P.S. 60 in Staten Island assembled for a lesson on identifying and coping with their feelings.
 

Why Casanova Continues to Seduce Us
He fought for liberties, undaunted by his persecutors—and took liberties, unconcerned for his victims. Can we make sense of the Enlightenment libertine?
 

How to Buy a New Mattress Without a Ph.D. in Chemistry
The disrupter economy has set its sights on your bedroom, offering gel capsules, ice fabric, green-tea memory foam, and copper-infused toppers. Will they help you get a better night’s sleep?
 

Etgar Keret Reads “Mitzvah”
The author reads his story from the June 27, 2022, issue of the magazine.
 

Victoria Tentler-Krylov’s “Sidewalk Connoisseurs”
The artist discusses urban spaces and classic Russian children’s books.
 

Without Sylvia Earle, We’d Be Living on Google Dirt
The marine biologist and aquanaut evokes a Bond girl with a Ph.D. To save a species, she says, you have to know it.
 

The Invention of the Trans Novel
Imogen Binnie’s “Nevada” changed the literary landscape of trans fiction—in part because it made no concessions to tourists.
 

Daily Cartoon: Monday, June 20th
Finding shade at the peak of summer.
 

Life After “Call My Agent!”
Fanny Herrero, a rare French showrunneuse, talks “Standing Up,” her Netflix follow-up show about striving standup comedians in Paris. “Emily in Paris” it’s not.
 

“Helianthus”
Poetry by Page Hill Starzinger: “The farmers’ market has sunflowers again.”
 

 

“Mitzvah,” by Etgar Keret
“Praying is super easy. Much easier than talking to girls.”
 

Slide Show: New Yorker Cartoons June 27, 2022
New cartoons from the magazine.
 

Why the “Privacy” Wars Rage On
Privacy rights protect personal autonomy and shield survivors of abuse. They also conceal abuse and safeguard the powerful. Is the concept coherent?
 

A Time Line of My Arrest
Putting a sticker on a lamppost while Black leads to a memorable evening behind bars.
 

Briefly Noted Book Reviews
“Metaphysical Animals,” “Six Walks,” “Trust,” and “School Days.”
 
The Mail
Letters respond to Alexandra Schwartz’s piece about Orna Guralnik, Lauren Michele Jackson’s essay about Alice Walker, and Ben Taub’s Profile of Paolo Pellegrin.
 
Slavery by another name: When Juneteenth celebrated resilience amid the failure of full Emancipation
The post Slavery by another name: When Juneteenth celebrated resilience amid the failure of full Emancipation appeared first on The Milwaukee Independent.
 
Russia may intensify attack on Ukraine as Kyiv awaits EU candidate status, warns Zelenskyy – Republic World
Russia may intensify attack on Ukraine as Kyiv awaits EU candidate status, warns Zelenskyy  Republic World
 

 Boris Johnson @BorisJohnson

Huge congratulations to @MattFitz94 on winning the @usopengolf. You have made the city of Sheffield and indeed the whole country incredibly proud. https://t.co/np31YsRhnc Quoted tweet from @MattFitz94: https://t.co/KpEpEwRWhs
 

When a Novel Reimagines a Nation
Patrice Nganang’s Cameroon trilogy challenges the capacities of literary fiction with the turbulent complexities of his home country.
 

How Johan Lenox (and Some Acid) Merged Beethoven and Kanye
Stephen Feigenbaum was a classical-music kid oblivious of pop; Lenox, as he’s known now, is a hip-hop producer with a new solo album, “WDYWTBWYGU.”
 

Etgar Keret on Writing as Anger Management
The author discusses “Mitzvah,” his story from the latest issue of the magazine.
 

Readin’, Writin’, and Regulatin’ Emotions
As Eric Adams, who has advocated for daily meditation in public schools, pushes mindfulness classes, the third graders at P.S. 60 in Staten Island assembled for a lesson on identifying and coping with their feelings.
 

Why Casanova Continues to Seduce Us
He fought for liberties, undaunted by his persecutors—and took liberties, unconcerned for his victims. Can we make sense of the Enlightenment libertine?
 

How to Buy a New Mattress Without a Ph.D. in Chemistry
The disrupter economy has set its sights on your bedroom, offering gel capsules, ice fabric, green-tea memory foam, and copper-infused toppers. Will they help you get a better night’s sleep?
 

Etgar Keret Reads “Mitzvah”
The author reads his story from the June 27, 2022, issue of the magazine.
 

Victoria Tentler-Krylov’s “Sidewalk Connoisseurs”
The artist discusses urban spaces and classic Russian children’s books.
 

Without Sylvia Earle, We’d Be Living on Google Dirt
The marine biologist and aquanaut evokes a Bond girl with a Ph.D. To save a species, she says, you have to know it.
 

The Invention of the Trans Novel
Imogen Binnie’s “Nevada” changed the literary landscape of trans fiction—in part because it made no concessions to tourists.
 

Daily Cartoon: Monday, June 20th
Finding shade at the peak of summer.
 

Life After “Call My Agent!”
Fanny Herrero, a rare French showrunneuse, talks “Standing Up,” her Netflix follow-up show about striving standup comedians in Paris. “Emily in Paris” it’s not.
 

“Helianthus”
Poetry by Page Hill Starzinger: “The farmers’ market has sunflowers again.”
 

 

“Mitzvah,” by Etgar Keret
“Praying is super easy. Much easier than talking to girls.”
 

Slide Show: New Yorker Cartoons June 27, 2022
New cartoons from the magazine.
 

Why the “Privacy” Wars Rage On
Privacy rights protect personal autonomy and shield survivors of abuse. They also conceal abuse and safeguard the powerful. Is the concept coherent?
 

A Time Line of My Arrest
Putting a sticker on a lamppost while Black leads to a memorable evening behind bars.
 

Briefly Noted Book Reviews
“Metaphysical Animals,” “Six Walks,” “Trust,” and “School Days.”
 
The Mail
Letters respond to Alexandra Schwartz’s piece about Orna Guralnik, Lauren Michele Jackson’s essay about Alice Walker, and Ben Taub’s Profile of Paolo Pellegrin.
 
Slavery by another name: When Juneteenth celebrated resilience amid the failure of full Emancipation
The post Slavery by another name: When Juneteenth celebrated resilience amid the failure of full Emancipation appeared first on The Milwaukee Independent.
 
Russia may intensify attack on Ukraine as Kyiv awaits EU candidate status, warns Zelenskyy – Republic World
Russia may intensify attack on Ukraine as Kyiv awaits EU candidate status, warns Zelenskyy  Republic World