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New Yorker Magazine - July 3, 1989 - Cover by Lee Lorenz
New Yorker Magazine   Back-Issue
The picture shows the cover of this complete copy of the July 3, 1989 edition of the New Yorker Magazine. This vintage magazine has been carefully stored flat, high and dry and is in excellent, fresh condition. It has a bright, colorful cover.


Cover artist: Lee Lorenz
Publication Date: July 3, 1989
Page Count: 96 pages
In this issue:

Dancing by Arlene Croce.

The Talk of the Town Details by Robert Morris. Talk Story about the Lesbian and Gay Big Apple Corps Marching Band. Sixteen years after he quit playing the trombone, the writer finds himself taking it up again as the newest member of the Lesbian and Gay Big Apple Corps Marching Band. His first event was the parade celebrating the...

A Critic at Large "SHOW BOAT CROSSES OVER by Ethan Mordden. A CRITIC AT LARGE about the so-called "crossover" approach to theatre recordings. "Show Boat" is the two basic forms of the American musical--musical comedy & operetta--coaxed into one form. It's a work that has undergone constant revision over the years. Opera going Broadway is what is called...

Comment by William Finnegan. Comment about a proposal by the Bush Administration to Congress to permit a CIA role in the upcoming Nicaraguan election... Ronald Reagan, echoing Nixon, promised to make the leaders of Nicaragua "cry uncle," and our nation's bullying has contributed heavily to Nicaragua's present destitution. Now Vice-President Quayle is taking...

HER DEEPNESS; Marine Botanist & Biologist by Wallace White.

The Talk of the Town Street Selling by Vajra Kilgour. Talk Story about the independent Senegalese venders who have disappeared from midtown. In the past summers they've lent the city the happy atmosphere of a tropical bazaar. Senegalese venders are known to sell things that you can use. The writer visited Gallasse, who lives in a large residential hotel in...

Letter from Beijing by Fred C. Shapiro. This piece is datelined Jun. 23. The "Beijing Spring" was a brutally short one. It lasted from the first student march to Tiananmen Square on Apr. 18, until the Army's bloody capture of the square on the early morning of Jun. 4. The unarmed students linked arms, walked into automatic...

Profiles HER DEEPNESS by Wallace White. PROFILE of Dr. Sylvia A. Earle, a marine botanist & biologist who is perhaps the world's best-known woman marine scientist. Writer visits the site of an oil-spill in Alaska with her & watcher as she surveys the damage to Prince William Sound. In 1953, when Sylvia began her...

Fiction You'e Ugly, Too by Lorrie Moore. Zoe Hendricks teaches American history at a small liberal arts college called Hilldale-Versailles in Illinois. She feels like she's going out of her mind living in a place where towns have names like Oblong, Normal, & Paris. She calls her younger sister, Evan, who is a designer for food...

Musical Events by Andrew Porter.

The Talk of the Town Time Share by Patricia Marx. Talk story about Ben Shahn's painting, "The Jury Box," which is owned jointly by 4 suburban Philadelphia families, the Kays, the Kendalls, the Lifsons and the Levins. Writer visits each family. A partnership agreement gives each couple the right to "enjoy the painting for three months of each calendar year...

Poetry Maps by Marianne Boruch. Those days, we had no maps...

Poetry The Wind Dike at Low Water by Sherod Santos. The Corps of Engineers bulldozed it out...

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New Yorker Magazine - July 3, 1989 - Cover by Lee Lorenz


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