newyorker:

In  this week’s issue: Evan Osnos makes a series of visits to Japan to  assess the aftermath of last March’s earthquake and tsunami; Tad Friend  profiles Andrew Stanton, the director of Pixar’s “Finding Nemo” and  “Wall-E”; Michael Specter travels to Portugal—a country that, in 2001,  was the first to pass a law that fully decriminalized personal drug  use—and looks at the effects the law has had; Nicholson Baker and James  Surowiecki on Steve Jobs; and more. 
For more on Steve Jobs, read Ken Auletta, John Cassidy, Jonah Lehrer, Meghan O’Rourke, and other New Yorker contributors.


Glorious New Yorker cover art this week.

newyorker:

In this week’s issue: Evan Osnos makes a series of visits to Japan to assess the aftermath of last March’s earthquake and tsunami; Tad Friend profiles Andrew Stanton, the director of Pixar’s “Finding Nemo” and “Wall-E”; Michael Specter travels to Portugal—a country that, in 2001, was the first to pass a law that fully decriminalized personal drug use—and looks at the effects the law has had; Nicholson Baker and James Surowiecki on Steve Jobs; and more.

For more on Steve Jobs, read Ken Auletta, John Cassidy, Jonah Lehrer, Meghan O’Rourke, and other New Yorker contributors.



Glorious New Yorker cover art this week.

vogue:

On Newsstands Nationwide September 20th

Wowzah.

vogue:

On Newsstands Nationwide September 20th

Wowzah.

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