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The New Yorker • 81 Years, 2,910 Issues, 43,563 Articles, 369,246pp
July 19, 1993 Issue - 20 Articles
- Comment: What's for Dinner?, pp. 4-7
How much of our food is really good enough to eat?
- Goings On About Town, pp. 8-24
- The Talk of the Town, pp. 25-28
Shea's other slump, William Kunstler in character, the meaning of fireworks, etc.
- Letter from Washingon: The Sorcerer's Apprentices, pp. 29-31
As Clinton battles the legacy of Reagan's deficit, David Stockman finds culprits in hig...
- Brave New World Dept.: Tremors in the Hothouse, pp. 32-41
The first genetically engineered tomato is about to hit the supermarket shelves, and al...
- A Reporter at Large: To the Potter's Field, pp. 42-45
New York's Potter's Field is the final resting place for the more than three thousand p...
- Artist's Notebook: The Most Unkindest Cut, pp. 46-51
- "Paesaggio Notturno", pp. 52-54
- Artist's Sketchbook: Twin-Killing Choreography, p. 55
- Personal History: The Warden's Wife, pp. 56-59
- Artist at Large: Wall of Memories, pp. 60-61
- Fiction: "The Jack Randa Hotel", pp. 62-63
- "Industrial Lace", pp. 64-70
[+] Books: Perfectly Frank (3 Reviews) , pp. 71-78
City Poet, by Brad Gooch
- City Poet by Brad Gooch
- Art Chronicles: 1954-1966 by Frank O'Hara
- Frank O'Hara: Poet Among Painters by Marjorie Perloff
[+] The Current Cinema (Review) , pp. 79-81
- Sleepless in Seattle (1993 Film) by Nora Ephron
- The Theatre, pp. 82-83
Brian Friel's "Wonderful Tennessee"
- Musical Events, pp. 84-86
Harrison Birtwistle's "Antiphonies"
[+] Books: Briefly Noted (3 Reviews) , p. 87
Nobody's Fool, by Richard Russo
- Nobody's Fool by Richard Russo
- Faith in a Seed by Henry David Thoreau and Bradley P. Dean
- Con Brio by Nat Brandt
- Shouts and Murmurs, pp. 88-90
- Cover: Sur la Plage