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The New Yorker
Sunday March 26, 2017 @ 01:08:29 AM mt

The Cartoon Lounge: Love Is the Answer



Now, what was the question again? What makes the world go round? Hmm, love is a true enough answer in song, but in physics its inertia that keeps this old world spinning round. Be that as it may, there is no day celebrating inertia, whereaswe do have one dedicated to love, love, love, which, as I demonstrate in this episode of The Cartoon Lounge, is all you need, need, need. And chocolates. Dont forget the chocolates for your sweetie. If the love thing doesnt pan out, you can eat them yourself.

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The New Yorker
Saturday March 25, 2017 @ 03:30:42 AM mt

The Cartoon Lounge: Pezident of The United States



I speak to you today not as a Republican, or as a Democrat, or as an autocrat, technocrat, plutocrat, or an aristocrat (although I am all of those, and much, much less). No, I speak to you today, in this episode of The Cartoon Lounge, as this Pez Head likeness of myself.

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The New Yorker
Saturday March 25, 2017 @ 03:30:42 AM mt

The Reverse Caption Contest



If youre reading this, Im sure youre familiar with The New Yorkers Cartoon Caption Contest, in which we present an unusual cartoon image and you have to come up with a caption that makes nonsensical sense of it, like:

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The New Yorker
Friday March 24, 2017 @ 04:22:12 PM mt

Cartoon Lounge: Spring Has Sprung



Spring has sprung, and the bird is on the wing. But thats absurd: the wing is on the bird. But, look, I might be wrong about that. I mean, Im no ornithologistand, as this episode of the Cartoon Lounge amply demonstrates, Im no botanist, either.

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The New Yorker
Thursday March 23, 2017 @ 02:41:36 AM mt

Lights Camera Stevenson



Last week, on thesite, Lee Lorenz paid eloquent tribute to his friend and colleague James Stevenson. In this clip, from a forthcoming documentary about Jim bythe director Sally Williams, we hear about what made Jim so special as a writer, illustrator, and cartoonist, from bothLorenzand the New Yorkerwriter Kennedy Fraser. And we get to meet the very special man himself as he draws alfresco and muses about the strange obsession that doctors have with cartoons.

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The New Yorker
Wednesday March 22, 2017 @ 06:17:33 AM mt

The Cartoon Lounge: Celebrity Entries to the Caption Contest



Dun dun dunnn . . . in what is, perhaps, the scariest episode of The Cartoon Lounge ever made (the bar is pretty low on that one), I, the soon-to-be deposed cartoon editor of The New Yorker, meet with my formerly loyal sidekick, Colin J. Stokes, who has been elevated well beyond his station to become the associate cartoon editor. We deal with the DANGER!!! (no other way to put it) of celebrity entries to the caption contest. Scary! Be afraid. Very afraid.

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The New Yorker
Tuesday March 21, 2017 @ 04:09:46 AM mt

The Cartoon Lounge: Him Robot; I Robert



Actually, the robot in this video is gender neutral, which is how I like it, except on Westworld, where Im O.K.with robots being entertaining, homicidal sex machines.

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The New Yorker
Saturday March 18, 2017 @ 01:12:41 AM mt

The Cartoon Lounge: Nothing but Net



More than half a century ago, I was a starter for my high-school basketball team. Thats me over on the left, in the first row, wearing a T-shirt to hide the enormously overdeveloped musculature in my arms.

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The New Yorker
Saturday March 18, 2017 @ 01:12:37 AM mt

Oscar-Night Cartoon Lounge: The Choice Is Ours



The choice is ours! Whose? Why, my assistant, Colin J. Stokes, and myself, Robert T. Mankoff. By the authority vested in ourselves by ourselves, in this episode of The Cartoon Lounge, we make quick but award-winning work of this years Oscar nominations.

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The New Yorker
Friday March 17, 2017 @ 03:41:44 PM mt

Mike Peed: Marea



paragraph class="noindent">This shrine to seafood on Central Park South is Chef Michael Whites offering to the citys ichthyophagous upper crust. Having already appropriated northern Italy (via Alto) and southern Italy (via Convivio), White decided this year to focus not only on the seam of...

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