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New Yorker Magazine - February 7, 1983 - Cover by Arthur Getz
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New Yorker Magazine - February 7, 1983 - Cover by Arthur Getz
New Yorker Magazine   Back-Issue
The picture shows the cover of this complete copy of the February 7, 1983 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: Arthur Getz
Publication Date: February 7, 1983
Page Count: 124 pages
In this issue:

Around City Hall AROUND CITY HALL RITES OF WINTER by Andy Logan. About Mario Cuomo's opening days as governor of New York and his relationship with New York City's Mayor Ed Koch. While the State Senate remains in G.O.P. hands after the 1982 elections (Cuomo is a Democrat) the new governor has been given a warm reception by Republicans. Describes their positive...

Pop Music Conversation by Jane Boutwell. Talk story about "Jukebox Saturday Night," a nostalgic look at pop music of the thirties and forties, which WNET taped before 750 invited guests. It will be telecast in March. Writer went to the Grand Hyatt Hotel to watch the taping. The m.c. was Eddie Albert. There were eight solo...

Dancing Mostly Mozart by Arlene Croce.

The Talk of the Town Moving Day by William McKibben. Talk story about moving several hundred patients at St. Vincent's Hospital to the new John A. Coleman Pavilion on 7th Ave. between 11th and 12th Streets. At 7 AM on the day of the move Rita Conyers, a vice-president of the hospital, gave the writer a tour of the...

Comment by James Stevenson. A portly middle-aged man made a New Year's resolution to change his usual high-calorie diet to a regimen largely devoid of calories, and dominated by green vegetables. He stripped his refrigerator, stocked up on celery and cans of consomme, and for the fortnight following, did his best. Late...

Musical Events Ripples by Andrew Porter.

The Talk of the Town A Few Seconds with Andy Rooney by E. J. Kahn. Talk story about an interview with Andy Rooney, whose two latest books, "A Few Minutes with Andy Rooney," and "And More by Andy Rooney," are at the top of the best-seller lists. Rooney is best-known for his short bits on the CBS News program "60 Minutes...

The Current Cinema by Pauline Kael. Review of the Italian film "The Night of the Shooting Stars." The original title is "La Notte di San Lorenzo." It is by two brothers, Vittorio and Paolo Taviani...

Fiction I Am Twenty-One by Mary A. Robison. Narrator is writing a final-exam question when she hears a ringing in her earsNshe doesn't know if it is from diet pills or too much tea or too much studying. She is getting C's in all her courses except this oneN"The Transition from Romanesque to Gothic." She doesn't...

Comment by Charles Patrick Crow. We will not swear to it, but we think that what's bothering us started several seasons ago with an announcer for a National Football League gameNit could have been an announcer for any of the three leading television networks. It now has spread across the entire sporting horizon. It is...

The Talk of the Town Bookshop by Daniel Menaker. Talk story about going to the new independent bookstore, called Chartwell Booksellers, in the arcade of the new Park Avenue Plaza, a glass-and-chrome office building on 52nd and 53rd, between Madison and Park. A sign on the window indicates Chartwell won't be open until March 15th, but writer...

Fiction Another Love Story by M. F. K. Fisher. After her divorce Marnie Allen moves to her father's house in Los Angeles with her two children, Susan and Holly. When her father dies, she and the girls drive north to Morro Bay to escape the hovering mourners and lawyers. They rent a small motel apartment and the girls soon...

A Journal II-OVERDRIVE by William F. Buckley. A JOURNAL about the writer's activities from a Friday to Monday, and his reminiscences. On Friday he was in Louisville taping two segments of his television show "Firing Line," which had to do with busing for school integration. Gov. John Y. Brown, of Ky., was the guest on the second...

Poetry Three Darknesses by Robert Penn Warren. There is some logic here, and I...

Poetry Kinglet by David Wagoner. Upside around down-tailing...

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New Yorker Magazine - February 7, 1983 - Cover by Arthur Getz

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