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New Yorker Magazine - January 16, 1989 - Cover by Eugene Mihaesco
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New Yorker Magazine - January 16, 1989 - Cover by Eugene Mihaesco
New Yorker Magazine   Back-Issue
The picture shows the cover of this complete copy of the January 16, 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: Eugene Mihaesco
Publication Date: January 16, 1989
Page Count: 94 pages
In this issue:

Profiles STAY UP LATE by James Kaplan. PROFILE of Paul Shaffer, the bandleader & musical director of NBC's "Late Night With David Letterman." Tells how Howard Shore called Shaffer for the "Saturday Night Live"band in 1975. In the middle of Shaffer's 2nd season on "SNL", they sold a sit-com pilot he starred in. He left...

The Talk of the Town Attitude by Mary Hawthorne. Talk story about "Voguing." Writer talks with Willie Leake who recently directed the Voguing segment of "An Evening De Devoted to House Music and Voguing" at the El Museo del Barrio, uptown. Voguing is an underground club form of entertainment which appropriates&subverts the images, fashion, &music prevalent...

Comment by James Lardner. The art of speechmaking has declined in recent years, &so there was something old-fashioned about the hoopla that surrounded Mikhail Gorbachev's speech at the United Nations last month. The response stories that appeared in The Washington Post&elsewhere talked a lot about slowing the arms race or...

A Critic at Large MEMOIRS OF THE REAGAN ERA by Frances FitzGerald. A CRITIC AT LARGE about books written about Pres. Reagan while he was still in office by former govt. officials. They are: "For the Record", by Donald Regan, Sec. of the Treasury & later White House chief of staff; "Speaking Out", by Larry Speakes, chief White House press spokesman; "Behind...

Dancing by Arlene Croce.

The Talk of the Town Untapped Market by Michael Bamberger. Talk story about Joseph Schlang's Palm Beach Plaza Hotel, which has a 50-seatkosher restaurant-the lone kosher restaurant in town. Robert Abrams, the N.Y. State Attorney General and his family dined there recently. It was the Attorney General's mother-in-law, Hilda Schulder, of Palm Beach & Manhattan, who...

Fiction A Man Who Can't Love (Dedicated to Women Who Love Too Much) by George W. S. Trow. Writer plays on the popular book "Women Who Love Too Much" by focusing on 3 women who have failed at love relationships. Writer points out&has a good time with their flaws. First, there's Claire, an attractive film reviewer in her early 30s who's been in&out of...

The Talk of the Town Loft Tenants by Nancy Ramsey. Talk story about Deborah Masters and her sculpture-in-progress and about the Brooklyn Loft Tenants, an association of about 500 loft-dwelling artists. Artist Bill Nogosek has been keeping the writer abreast of what's happening with the association. When the artists arrived 10 and 15 years ago they got...

Musical Events by Andrew Porter.

Fiction In and Out by Ursula K. Le Guin. Jilly Dant left her job in Portland, Oregon to take care of her widowed mother who is dying of cancer. Jilly begins working with clay, trying to replicate a tiny, delicate, clay house she once saw in Chinatown. While she works at this she thinks that nothing she does could...

Poetry Balance Brought Forward by Eleanor Ross Taylor. She left, just plain out left...

Poetry Perennials by Philip Levine. I don't remember the day I was born...

Poetry Savannah by Amy Clampitt. Not quite diaphanous, not Spanish...

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New Yorker Magazine - January 16, 1989 - Cover by Eugene Mihaesco

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