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New Yorker Magazine - March 31, 1980 - Cover by Charles E. Martin
New Yorker Magazine   Back-Issue
The picture shows the cover of this complete copy of the March 31, 1980 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: Charles E. Martin
Publication Date: March 31, 1980
Page Count: 124 pages
In this issue:

Musical Events Eleleleleu! by Andrew Porter.

The Talk of the Town Runner by Jamaica Kincaid. Talk story about Machelle Sweeting, a 9-year-old girl, who won the Colgate Women's Games VI 800-metre run at Madison Square Garden. Writer went up to Harlem to call on her and her family. Her mother, Mary, said that Machelle has won around 30 races in the last...

The Theatre TALKING CATS by Brendan Gill.

Around City Hall Tain't Nobody's Business If I Do by Andy Logan. Jewish leaders were outraged recently when Donald McHenry, American Ambassador to the UN, voted to rebuke Israel for expanding its settlements. The Cater administration called the vote a mistake, due to failure to communicate. Secretary of State Cyrus Vance took the blame. The mistake came at a bad time for...

Comment by Kennedy Fraser. These early days of spring, when you ask people how they are, you may find yourself treading on eggshells. It is a restless time, for vague and fragile moods. In a few more weeks, the world will be openly budding and blowing along in greens and golds. Now is the...

The Talk of the Town Inputs by Thomas Whiteside. Talk story about a new Omega watch dial. Writer received an invitation from Lt.-Gen. Thomas P. Stafford, the former astronaut, now chairman of the board of the Omega Watch Corp., to attend a dinner at the Hayden Planetarium to "celebrate a major innovation in the history of horology.O Writer...

Comment by Jonathan Schell. Obituary of Allard K. Lowenstein who died last week (Fri., Mar. 14) of gunshot wounds that are alleged to have been inflicted by a onetime colleague in the civil-rights movement of the 60s. Although he had been a public man, devoted to the public good, he did not fit...

The Current Cinema Ivy League Anguish by Brendan Gill. The Film and Video Dept. of the Whitney Museum is celebrating its 10th anniversary and the first movie to be shown in its current New American Filmmakers series is a documentary called "Poto and Cabengo", which is reviewed...

The Air (On Television) The Governor's Brief Brush with Logic by Michael J. Arlen.

Fiction Live a Little by Lou Myers. Story, written in diary form, about writer's visits to his aged mother in a nursing home. Mrs. Drezzle Mehler, the mother, has joined the Women's Committee to Save Lives - a group of residents of the Home who go around the building to persuade the dying to fight harder and continue...

The Talk of the Town Dig by Wallace White. Talk story about two New York City archeological digs. Dr. Nan A. Rothschild, assistant prof. of anthropology is in charge of them and was interviewed. One is underneath a building at 64 Pearl Street, which dates from 1858. Several previous buildings on the site date back to the lat 17th...

Books J.M. Barrie by V. S. Pritchett.

Fiction Into the American Maw by Ian Frazier. Driving back to New York from Boston one Sunday, writer decides he just might be on a savage nightmare journey to the heart of the American dream. Once he accepts the possibility, he sees all of America in a new light. He has insights. For instance, discount stores equal emptiness...

The Talk of the Town The Bozos by Wallace White. Talk story about a troupe of clowns known as the Cumeezi Bozo Ensemble, created in April, 1978, and directed by Eric Trules. They give impromptu performances around the city. Writer tells about watching them at the Wollman Rink in Central Park the other Saturday afternoon. There are 15 members but...

A Reporter at Large THE WORLD'S RESOURCES II-MINERALS, FOOD, AND WATER by Richard J. Barnet. REPORTER AT LARGE about world supplies of minerals, food and water and problems connected with the unequal distribution of them...

Poetry Territorial Rights by Richard Shelton. The Gambel quail looks like a medieval knight...

Poetry First Day of Spring by Robert Long. My shoes are in their firing-squad position...

Poetry St. Kilda's Parliament: 1879-1979 by Douglas Dunn. On either side of a rock-paved lane...

Poetry The Garden at Dawn by Richard Miles. I can see into the garden...

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New Yorker Magazine - March 31, 1980 - Cover by Charles E. Martin


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