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New Yorker Magazine - May 1, 1989 - Cover by Pamela Paparone
New Yorker Magazine   Back-Issue
The picture shows the cover of this complete copy of the May 1, 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: Pamela Paparone
Publication Date: May 1, 1989
Page Count: 116 pages
In this issue:

The Talk of the Town Salon by Michael Stern. Talk Story about the Second Annual Garden State Culinary Salon held at the Asbury Park Convention Hall. Heiko Bendixen was 1 of the four master chefs who judged the entries. Bendixen supervises a kitchen in an Atlantic City hotel...

Dancing by Arlene Croce.

Profiles A PROCESS LARGER THAN ONESELF by David Blum. PROFILE of the 33 year old cellist Yo-Yo Ma, who came to the U.S. from Paris with his parents in 1962. His father, Hiao-Tsiun, also a musician, taught him to concentrate intensively. Through his father's pedagogical techniques, he developed a feeling for musical structure. Yo, which in Chinese...

Musical Events by Andrew Porter.

Letter from Washington by Elizabeth Drew. Tells exclusively about the ethics violations of Representative Wright, who is House Speaker, and who was charged by the Committee on Standards of Official Conduct of possibly having violated(the final verdict isn't in)House rules dealing with the receipt of gifts from someone with a"direct interest" in legislation...

Books by John Updike.

Television Comment by Adam Gopnik. A comment about television show "thirtysomething" & its relationship to real-world people. Not long after one of the characters was involved in a plot where his advertising agency went backrupt, writer's wife told him that she had just seen Timothy Busfield, the actor who plays Elliot, appearing in a...

The Current Cinema FASCINATION by Pauline Kael.

Comment Comment, Pt. II by Barry Paris. Comment about the death of Abbie Hoffman. Hoffman led 3 lives. He was the Herbert A. Philbrick of the left: social activist, yippie anarchist, & white collar impostor. His final incarnation, as a lecturer, after he resurfaced in 1980, seemed uncharacteristically solemn & almost gratuitous--what had happened to his...

Dance The Reverse Bug by Lore Segal. Ilka teaches a class for foreigners called Conversational English for Adults at Concordance Univ. in Conn. She announced that a symposium on the subject of "Should there be a statute of limitations on genocide?" was to be held at the New Theatre the next evening. In the class Gerti Gruner...

Casual Wings Ahoy! (Illus. in color) by Bruce McCall. Casual about flying boats or seaplanes from the 1920s & 1930s. Writer quotes people in 20 different interview segments about seaplane travel in a variety of mythical gigantic aircraft. Fred Croucher tells about a conspiracy by asphalt manufacturers to kill the seaplane industry. "Amelia Earhat knew too much--it was...

The Talk of the Town Hubcap City by Mark Singer. Talk story about Hubcap City which is at two locations in the Bronx: one is at 149th St. & Third Ave., managed by Louis Nieves, Jr. and another on Leland Avenue, in the Soundview section, managed by Orlando Nieves. They are brothers; their father, who started the business is semi...

Letter from Europe by Jane Kramer. Paris needed a new opera and the new Opera-Bastille is scheduled to open July 14, 1989. Daniel Barenboim was named musical and artistic director of the Opera-Bastille in July of 1987, one year into the uneasy compromise between left & right which kept Mitterand in the Elysee and...

Comment by Adam Gopnik. Comment about the characters in the TV show "thirtysomething" & how they compare to how people act in real life. When Michael & Elliot's little advertising business went bankrupt a few weeks ago, it shook up a lot of people writer knew--shook them up the way 19th century people...

Poetry Pedestrian, Walk! by Revan Schendler. The wind tunnels...

Poetry Sunday in November by August Kleinzhahler. And who were they all in your sleep last night...

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New Yorker Magazine - May 1, 1989 - Cover by Pamela Paparone


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