Anthony Bourdain, Kate Spade, and the Preventable Tragedies of Suicide

Anthony Bourdain, Kate Spade, and the Preventable Tragedies of Suicide | The New Yorker

Anthony Bourdain, Kate Spade, and the Preventable Tragedies of Suicide | The New Yorkerhttps://www.newyorker.com/news/daily-comment/preventable-tragediesWe are living through a catastrophic escalation in suicide rates; fighting it means not just improving mental-health care but addressing the current spike in hate, isolation, and economic precarity.

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What “Isle of Dogs” Gets Right About Japan

What Wes Anderson’s “Isle of Dogs” Gets Right About Japan | The New Yorker

What Wes Anderson’s “Isle of Dogs” Gets Right About Japan | The New Yorkerhttps://www.newyorker.com/culture/cultural-comment/what-isle-of-dogs-gets-right-about-japan?mbid=nl_041418_Daily&CNDID=50268964&spMailingID=13315425&spUserID=MjA0NTE2Mjc4MjE5S0&spJobID=1381232165&spReportId=MTM4MTIzMjE2NQS2To say that the film dehumanizes the Japanese is to assume the primacy of an English-speaking audience.

The Rebooted “Lost in Space” Hurtles in Many Directions at Once

The Rebooted “Lost in Space” Hurtles in Many Directions at Once | The New Yorker

The Rebooted “Lost in Space” Hurtles in Many Directions at Once | The New Yorkerhttps://www.newyorker.com/culture/on-television/the-rebooted-lost-in-space-hurtles-in-many-directions-at-once?mbid=nl_041418_Daily&CNDID=50268964&spMailingID=13315425&spUserID=MjA0NTE2Mjc4MjE5S0&spJobID=1381232165&spReportId=MTM4MTIzMjE2NQS2“Danger, Will Robinson!” Netflix’s remake offers action melodrama on the subject of child-rearing while also pitching an all-ages adventure tale.

Steven Spielberg’s Oblivious, Chilling Pop-Culture Nostalgia in “Ready Player One”

Steven Spielberg’s Oblivious, Chilling Pop-Culture Nostalgia in “Ready Player One” | The New Yorker

Steven Spielberg’s Oblivious, Chilling Pop-Culture Nostalgia in “Ready Player One” | The New Yorkerhttps://www.newyorker.com/culture/richard-brody/steven-spielbergs-oblivious-chilling-pop-culture-nostalgia-in-ready-player-one?mbid=nl_Daily%20040318&CNDID=50268964&spMailingID=13246144&spUserID=MjA0NTE2Mjc4MjE5S0&spJobID=1380233989&spReportId=MTM4MDIzMzk4OQS2The film depicts a retrofitted universe that filters out any artist or subject cooler, bolder, or more aware than Spielberg and his work.

Why Mark Zuckerberg Should Read “A Tree Grows in Brooklyn”

Why Mark Zuckerberg Should Read “A Tree Grows in Brooklyn” | The New Yorker

Why Mark Zuckerberg Should Read “A Tree Grows in Brooklyn” | The New Yorkerhttps://www.newyorker.com/news/daily-comment/why-mark-zuckerberg-should-read-a-tree-grows-in-brooklyn?mbid=nl_Daily%20040318&CNDID=50268964&spMailingID=13246144&spUserID=MjA0NTE2Mjc4MjE5S0&spJobID=1380233989&spReportId=MTM4MDIzMzk4OQS2The spy story embedded in Betty Smith’s novel is a parable for businesses, like Facebook, that collect and sell other people’s information.

New Yorker Holiday Covers Through the Years

New Yorker Holiday Covers Through the Years | The New Yorker

New Yorker Holiday Covers Through the Years | The New Yorkerhttps://www.newyorker.com/culture/culture-desk/new-yorker-holiday-covers-through-the-years?mbid=nl_Daily%20122317%20Nonsubs&CNDID=50268964&spMailingID=12622402&spUserID=MjA0NTE2Mjc4MjE5S0&spJobID=1302083615&spReportId=MTMwMjA4MzYxNQS2One gets a little wistful, looking through more than ninety years of images and observing that some holiday traditions are on the wane. ’Tis the season to be jolly—or not! New Yorker holiday covers have showcased a wide range of emotions over the years. In Edward Sorel’s cover from 2012, for instance, Santa’s reindeer crankily side-eye their boss for interrupting their poker game. Istvan Banyai’s drawing of McSorley’s Old Ale House, in the Village, from 2013, is moody

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