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“Fending” and Other Terms for Fridge-Foraging Dinners

“Getcheroni,” “eek,” “having weirds,” “going Darwin,” “OYO” (on your own), and “farrapo velho”—Portuguese for “old rag.”

The Cryptic Crossword: No. 47

A free, online cryptic crossword puzzle from the New Yorker’s archive, with answers and clues that exhibit the wit and intelligence of the magazine.

Cocaine Hippos and Mafia Parrots: How Drug Lords Saved the Planet

A flock of tough-ass birds discovered in the Traiano area of Naples were trained to answer the phone with “I’m gonna kill you.”

Biden Inherits F.D.R.’s Supreme Court Problem

Roosevelt tried to pack the Court to protect his ambitious agenda from conservatives. Biden, facing a similar threat, has appointed a commission to study options.

Sunday Reading: Children’s Literature

From the magazine’s archive: a selection of pieces that offer insight into a vibrant and remarkable genre.

Liz Phair’s Songs of Experience

The singer-songwriter talks about getting older, reaching into the past for her new record, and her home town of Chicago.

My Grandfather Fled the Nazis. I Moved to His Old Neighborhood

I was raised to believe that America was a haven for Jews, but that vision of safety seems illusory now.

Marjorie Taylor Greene Calls for the Development of Anglo-Saxon Space Lasers

“Anglo-Saxons have for too long ceded space-laser superiority to the airborne laser beams of foreign banking élites,” she said. “This shall not stand on my watch.”

The Low-Key Carter-Era Pleasures of “The Muppet Show”

On the original show, which is now streaming for the first time on Disney+, bits of fabric and glue and yarn become complexly real.

More Haikus from My Parents’ House, One Year In

Here’s my dough starter. / That’s my dough ender. I am / Pointing at your dad.

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