Designing Woman

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A cartoon by Danny Shanahan. For more cartoons from this week’s issue: http://nyr.kr/NKioue

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A cartoon by Danny Shanahan. For more cartoons from this week’s issue: http://nyr.kr/NKioue

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Cartoon editor Robert Mankoff discusses his new memoir, his legacy, and the inspiration behind his most remembered cartoon: http://nyr.kr/1hiuBlu

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Cartoon editor Robert Mankoff discusses his new memoir, his legacy, and the inspiration behind his most remembered cartoon: http://nyr.kr/1hiuBlu

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A cartoon by Zachary Kanin. For more cartoons from this week’s issue of the magazine: http://nyr.kr/1hsw1Kv

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A cartoon by Zachary Kanin. For more cartoons from this week’s issue of the magazine: http://nyr.kr/1hsw1Kv

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Richard Renaldi’s early-morning photographs capture the way the city feels after staying out all night. Take a look: http://nyr.kr/1gY7Rsq
Above: Marcos, 2012.

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Richard Renaldi’s early-morning photographs capture the way the city feels after staying out all night. Take a look: http://nyr.kr/1gY7Rsq

Above: Marcos, 2012.

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Emily Nussbaum on FX’s “The Americans”: http://nyr.kr/1mwAJb2

“It’s exceptionally difficult to take sides with this show: the villains are victims, the victims are villains, and the show’s most sympathetic character—Philip, so tender with his children, so intelligent and complex—is a cold Soviet assassin.”

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Emily Nussbaum on FX’s “The Americans”: http://nyr.kr/1mwAJb2

“It’s exceptionally difficult to take sides with this show: the villains are victims, the victims are villains, and the show’s most sympathetic character—Philip, so tender with his children, so intelligent and complex—is a cold Soviet assassin.”

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The Daily Cartoon by Tom Toro: http://nyr.kr/1hpHjNj

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The Daily Cartoon by Tom Toro: http://nyr.kr/1hpHjNj

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What distinguishes a selfie from an artist’s self-portrait? Look through a selection of photographs: http://nyr.kr/1hzvpEZ
Above: Jun Ahn, “Self-Portrait” (2008)/Courtesy Christophe Guye Galerie, Zürich

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What distinguishes a selfie from an artist’s self-portrait? Look through a selection of photographs: http://nyr.kr/1hzvpEZ

Above: Jun Ahn, “Self-Portrait” (2008)/Courtesy Christophe Guye Galerie, Zürich

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Jon Michaud remembers his days working at the legendary Rizzoli bookstore: http://nyr.kr/1kHAQms

“‘Libraries raised me,’ Ray Bradbury famously said. Rizzoli did much the same for me. It was my first New York mentor, the place where I learned about so many of the things college didn’t teach me. I had come confidently, cockily to New York to be a writer, but in the light of the store’s Diocletian window, I was soon made aware that I was an ignoramus.”

Credit: Rizzoli.

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Jon Michaud remembers his days working at the legendary Rizzoli bookstore: http://nyr.kr/1kHAQms

“‘Libraries raised me,’ Ray Bradbury famously said. Rizzoli did much the same for me. It was my first New York mentor, the place where I learned about so many of the things college didn’t teach me. I had come confidently, cockily to New York to be a writer, but in the light of the store’s Diocletian window, I was soon made aware that I was an ignoramus.”

Credit: Rizzoli.

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I was mesmerized by the mysterious you and stared at you and had my one soul stolen
I am completely drunk at your movements, I even forgot how to breathe.

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minho and kai backhugging each other

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