Annals of Comedy1 season, 12 episodes
Annals of Comedy
HumorA neighborhood newcomer becomes acquainted with the chef who owns the restaurant next door.
CultureThey say that the grass is always greener outside of New York City, and my gosh are they correct. So sit back, and experience the magic of nature, as well as its dangers, its mysteries, and its bounty.
CultureAs we put the finishing touches on the 15th annual New Yorker Festival line-up, here is an anticipatory tune from Marc Philippe Eskenazi. See you in October!
HumorIn 2013, Mother Nature blessed the city of New York with a season called spring. New Yorkers enjoyed it so much that they petitioned to make spring a yearly thing.
CultureThe next Thanksgivukkah will be in the year 79811. Here’s a song for a once-in-a-lifetime portmanteau holiday.
HumorThe winning submission to the cartoon department's Caption Contest Song Contest, to the tune of "Rolling Down the River."
CultureDavid Denby and Richard Brody silently discuss “The Artist” and the lost art of cinema before sound.
HumorOn April Fool's Eve at Joe's Pub, Andy Borowitz describes office culture at The New Yorker and tests out first sentences for his novel.
HumorLoudon Wainwright III performs "The Krugman Blues," a song he wrote about the Nobel Prize-winning economist Paul Krugman.
HumorPaul Rudnick explains how to have a Happy Interfaith Holiday Season.
HumorU.S. Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson and Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke as Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid.