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Culture A Genealogy of the Cartoon Grim Reaper The Grim Reaper—that black-coated, scythe-carrying personification of death—has appeared in over a hundred and four cartoons in The New Yorker since 1937. But where was he prior to that?
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Culture Seventy Years of Los Angeles A split-screen tour of the same streets in downtown L.A., from the nineteen-forties and today. Music: Mr. Black - High Roller
Culture "Arrested Development": A Bluth Reunion The news of a fourth season of "Arrested Development" was first announced at the 2011 New Yorker Festival, where the cast reunited for a sold-out panel discussion. The video is now available for the first time since 2011.
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