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New Yorker Magazine - March 28, 1983 - Cover by James Stevenson
New Yorker Magazine   Back-Issue
The picture shows the cover of this complete copy of the March 28, 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: James Stevenson
Publication Date: March 28, 1983
Page Count: 120 pages
In this issue:

Musical Events New World Symphony by Andrew Porter.

Profiles Winging It by Mark Singer. PROFILE of Rubin Levine, 65-year-old native New Yorker and street violinist. He owns three violins: a Heverlein, a Schuster, and a steel-stringed Roth. In Levine's hands a Bach partita sounds like the I.R.T. local rounding a curve. Although he has also done weddings, bar mitzvahs, and six...

Comment by Howard Moss. We have nothing but good wishes for Peter Martins and Jerome Robbins, the new dual Ballet Masters-in-Chief of the New York City Ballet. Still, the pieces in last Thursday's Times made us sad beyond measure. The Balanchine era is over. It is all but unthinkable that there will...

Fiction Getting On by Roxana Robinson. Priscilla Green was 73 & her husband Edward was 79. They lived in Connecticut for 30 years & their beloved housekeeper Mary McDougal had been with them for 16. Priscilla suggested they plan a rose garden, but Edward vetoed the idea. The couple toasted Mary. Priscilla was six...

The Talk of the Town Bunraku by Kennedy Fraser. Talk story about the Osaka Bunraku Troupe, the Japanese puppet theatre. They gave a demonstration for the benefit of TV, press people, and Raul Julia, star of the Broadway musical "Nine." One afternoon before the start of their run at Japan House, the cameras panned across the puppet stage to...

The Theatre FRIENDS by Brendan Gill.

Television by Ann Beattie. Billy and the female narrator take Atley, their lawyer, out for a surprise lunch on his birthday. The three start drinking & exchanging stories. The narrator tells about her happy childhood, remembering that her father said the only way he'd buy a TV was if he could think of...

The Talk of the Town Network by William McKibben. Talk story about the Business Networking Salon that Jerry Rubin holds on Wednesday evenings at Studio 54. The salon celebrated its first birthday last week, and Mr. Rubin said it is "healthy and hardy and growing" because the eighties and networking are all about succeeding. He gave pointers on networking...

Letter from London by Mollie Panter-Downes. Entire column is a tribute to writer Rebecca West, who died in London at the age of ninety, on March 15th...

A Political Journal by Elizabeth Drew. The contest to select the Democratic Presidential candidate was under way in February. Four contenders announced their candidacies in the course of that month. The contest is now uncommonly lengthy. In an attempt to abbreviate the process, and also deal with other questions, the Democratic Party in 1981 established the...

Comment by Suzannah Lessard. The most alarming thing about Pres. Reagan's speech at the Evangelical Conference is that he expressed a neutral view of the most staggering moral problem of our age. When Pres. Reagan puts on his moral spectacles and looks at the political situation in the world he doesn't even see the...

The Talk of the Town Mementos by James Stevenson. Illustrated Talk story about mementos of famous literary figures currently on view at the Grolier Club, at 47 East 60th Street. These literary leftovers include Voltaire's red briefcase, Gertrude Stein's vest, Robert Browning's blotting paper, John O'Hara's Yale football musical ashtray, Wordsworth's spectacles, snippets of John Keats's hair, Lord Byron's...

Poetry The Reading Club by Patricia Goedicke. Is dead serious about this one, having rehearsed it for...

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New Yorker Magazine - March 28, 1983 - Cover by James Stevenson


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