Science & Tech The Eclipse Effect Bob Baer, the co-chair of Southern Illinois University’s Solar Eclipse Steering Committee, speaks about the upcoming total solar eclipse, on August 21st.
Culture Stutterer As the Oscar-winning short film “Stutterer” shows, communication, like love, is never easy.
Culture On the Runway at Full Figured Fashion Week Scenes from this summer’s event, a showcase for plus-size clothes.
Humor Larry David Reacts to Jennifer Lawrence’s Crush on Him In a recent interview, Jennifer Lawrence proudly stated that she has a crush on Larry David. David Remnick asks him for his reaction.
Culture Eighty Years of New York City, Then and Now A split-screen tour of the same streets in New York City, from the nineteen-thirties and today.
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
Humor Stefon, from “S.N.L.,” Is Real and Works in a New York Coffee Shop John Mulaney and Bill Hader may have created “Weekend Update” ’s city correspondent, Stefon, but Hader’s old barista might be the one that deserves most of the credit.
Culture Homeless in New York: The Other Millennials They’re recognizable by their overstuffed backpacks, dogs, and cardboard panhandling signs. They’ve been given many labels: gutter punks, crusties, street kids; when the weather grows cold, many will hitchhike or “hop freight” to warmer cities in the South or out West.
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.
Culture Watch Them Whip: A Decade of Viral Dance Moves Dancers from around the country perform the most popular dance moves, from the Dougie to the Quan.
Culture Sarah Silverman Tackles Trump Sarah Silverman discusses Donald Trump and tells Andy Borowitz why patriotism makes her uncomfortable.
Culture Diana Vishneva’s Last Days with American Ballet Theatre Vishneva, a principal dancer with American Ballet Theatre, rehearses for the Russian ballet “Onegin,” which will be her final performance with the company.
Humor Bill Hader on Working for “South Park” and the Kanye Fish-Sticks Episode Bill Hader talks with the New Yorker deputy editor of Talk of the Town, Lizzie Widdicombe, on what it’s like working for “South Park” and coming up with the Kanye West fish-sticks episode.