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New Yorker Magazine - March 23, 1987 - Cover by J. J. Sempe
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This item is already soldNew Yorker Magazine - March 23, 1987 - Cover by J. J. Sempe
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The picture shows the cover of this complete copy of the March 23, 1987 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: J. J. Sempe
Publication Date: March 23, 1987
Page Count: 102 pages
In this issue:

The Talk of the Town Night Club by Nancy Ramsey. Talk story about a visit to the Tunnel, a new nightclub at Twelfth Avenue and Twenty-seventh Street, formerly the Terminal Warehouse Company. Writer is there between 11 at night and four in the morning; there are three parties going on. There's the carnival party for "International Music Video," the...

Fiction A Cautionary Tale by Deborah Eisenberg. Patty has sublet her friend Marcia's apartment in New York while Marcia, a therapist, went to Austin. Patty has scrimped and saved to be there, and once she arrived she began worrying about finding work in graphic design, which she had studied. She meets Stuart, a neighbor and friend of...

Fiction Where the Money Went by James Stevenson. Full-page drawing of a flow-chart, with a subtitle, "Putting aside for the moment the questions'What did I know and when did I know it?' here, to the best of my knowledge, is where the money went:" showing a schematic diagram of where the artist's paycheck went, including 21...

Profiles I-I'M FINALLY GOING TO BE A PASTOR by Nat Hentoff. PROFILE of Cardinal John J. O'Connor. After 8 months as Bishop of Scranton he became Archbishop of New York and in April, 1985 was named a Cardinal by Pope John Paul II. Supposedly the Pope said of his appointment: "I want a man just like me in New York". When...

The Talk of the Town Doc by Bryan Di Salvatore. Talk story about the gigantic Duratrans mural of Mets pitcher Dwight Gooden in the Amtrak concourse at Penn Station... When writer finally realized that Davey Johnson wasn't going to invite him down to St. Petersburg for a tryout at the Mets' spring-training camp this year, his heart grew heavy...

Comment by John Updike. A comment about the Jazz Section of the Czechoslovakian Union of Musicians, and planting a "peace tree" outside Prague... Among previous offenses for which they had been fined was erecting a monument without a permit--a small stone, set among the "peace trees,"commemorating the 40th anniversary of the United...

The Theatre TOUS LES MISERABLES by Edith Oliver.

Books by Clive James.

The Talk of the Town Cante e Pasta by Mark Singer. Talk story about a restaurant on West 38th Street in the garment district, Veronica Restaurant Italiano, owned by the Frisari brothers. Tells about the annual concert there. Wendy Wolf is a friend of Steward Backfield and is taking courses at the New School in economics and banking and finance, and...

The Sporting Scene CHASERS by Bill Barich. THE SPORTING SCENE about a visit to the racetrack at Ascot. On a recent vacation to London, the writer had no intention of playing the horses; his pursuits were going to be largely cultural. From a Cockney broker, he rented an apartment on Belsize Avenue, in Hampstead, and toured museums...

Around City Hall THE NEW YORK IDEA AROUND CITY HALL by Andy Logan. The 1980 launching of Ronald Reagan's drive for the White House in this city surprised most political experts. A top strategist of Reagan's campaign, then under the direction of John Sears, told reporters, "We're calling the announcement'the New York idea' because this has been a desolate are for Reagan until...

Poetry Circadian Rhythms by Deborah Digges. In Port Angeles' one library...

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New Yorker Magazine - March 23, 1987 - Cover by J. J. Sempe

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