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“Meet Danny Wilson”: The Strange and Exuberant Frank Sinatra Musical Drama That’s Hardly Ever Screened

Made on the eve of Sinatra’s nineteen-fifties comeback, it’s a flashy if shallow romp, with a surprising psychodramatic jolt.

Is the Historic Climate Bill Enough to Save the Planet?

The Inflation Reduction Act is a huge victory for Democrats. The New Yorker staff writer Elizabeth Kolbert assesses its possible environmental impact and whether it truly reflects changing attitudes about the climate crisis.

Raising Felix: Selling the Baby Stuff

The hiking pack, the bike seat, and more.

Tucker Carlson Calls Trump’s Theft of Nuclear Secrets Less Worrisome Than Hunter Biden’s Use of Joe’s Netflix Password

“If both of these things happened, what Hunter did was far worse,” Carlson said.

Daily Cartoon: Monday, August 15th

“Well, the forecast shows a heat wave in our first week, heavy rains in the second, some hail the following week, and a snowstorm at our final destination.”

“Tender,” by José Antonio Rodríguez

Poetry by José Antonio Rodríguez: “Thinking of how much my father loved flowering plants / And how much my mother still does.”

Slide Show: New Yorker Cartoons August 22, 2022

New cartoons from the magazine.

The Lost Underwater Hamlets of the Catskills

Lucy Sante, the author of “Nineteen Reservoirs,” circumnavigates the Ashokan Reservoir, under which lie “apple knocker” villages razed and flooded by New York City for drinking water.

“Skyscrapers,” by Alejandro Zambra

“Although I might prefer to somehow avoid acknowledging it, this is, above all and in every sense, a love story.”

American Democracy Was Never Designed to Be Democratic

The partisan redistricting tactics of cracking and packing aren’t merely flaws in the system—they are the system.

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