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  The New Yorker Hotel, a New York City Hotel in Midtown Manhattan
Even a New York City landmark hotel with over 75 years of experience needs a redesign every once in a while.
Over the next short while we will be refreshing the entire hotel from the lobby to the 40th floor, and everything we do is with you in mind.
The New Yorker Hotel is one of the most popular New York City hotels for business and leisure travelers to New York.
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  t r u t h o u t - New Yorker Magazine Breaks 80-Year Tradition, Endorses Kerry
New York - For the first time in its 80-year history, the venerable New Yorker magazine has endorsed a presidential candidate, urging readers to vote for Democrat John Kerry in next week's election.
New Yorker Editor David Remnick told the Washington Post that he had no problem in breaking with tradition to endorse a candidate.
The New Yorker editors were not wholly uncritical of Kerry, acknowledging that he could be "cautious to a fault" and remarking that his failure to aggressively attack Bush's record until late in the campaign had been a missed opportunity.
www.truthout.org /docs_04/102604F.shtml   (4390 words)

  
  The New Yorker - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The New Yorker debuted on February 17, 1925 as the February 21 issue.
Ross and the New Yorker by Dale Kramer (1951)
Maeve Brennan: Homesick at the New Yorker by Angela Bourke (2004)
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/The_New_Yorker   (2218 words)

  
 New Yorker hotel - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The 43-storey New Yorker Hotel was built in 1929 and opened its doors on January 2, 1930.
Much like its contemporaries, the Empire State Building (opened in 1931) and the Chrysler Building (opened in 1930), the New Yorker Hotel is designed in the Art Deco style that was popular in the 1920s and 1930s.
The New Yorker Hotel is located at the corner of 8th Ave and 34th Street in Midtown Manhattan.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/New_Yorker_hotel   (405 words)

  
 Chrysler New Yorker@Everything2.com
During this decade, the New Yorker was offered as two-door, convertible and station wagon, in addition to the four-door models.
The 1957 New Yorker, advertised as the "most glamorous car in a generation," is regarded as an American classic with lovely stylish touches like subtle chrome and somewhat minimalist (for the time) styling that never went over the top.
In 1979, the New Yorkers were were both cut down to a 118.5-inch wheelbase in hopes of making a more economical vehicle.
www.everything2.com /index.pl?node_id=1713923   (1081 words)

  
 New Yorker   (Site not responding. Last check: )
New Yorker started in Brooklyn, New York in the early 40's, but as the cost of doing business in New York escalated, Mr.
In 1985, New Yorker was acquired by Burnham Corporation and is now a wholly owned subsidiary.
In order to expand New Yorker's base business, a series of cast iron boilers were developed and successfully marketed for the residential oil and gas market.
www.burnham.com /NewYorker.cfm   (215 words)

  
 Technorati Tag: New Yorker
In the current ‘New Yorker’ (week ending June 5th), Hanna Rosin, writes on the ability of Telenovela’s, Soap Opera’s and radio plays to influence...
June 4, 2006 7:39 AM Horsefeathers on Oriana Fallaci vs. the fountain of pap that is ‘The New Yorker, Yes...
I received some good news via e-mail a few hours ago that my bestfriend from high school, Donna, (now living with her family in Australia) is planning...
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 Introduction | Covering The New Yorker | Abbeville Press
New Yorker artists have an opportunity—indeed, a mandate—to express their point of view.
The New Yorker is the only remaining wide-circulation publication that still relies on free-standing illustrated covers (other magazine covers are dictated by the need to illustrate the “cover story,” usually with a photograph, and are also cluttered with written blurbs).
It is a testament to the loyalty of longtime readers that their attachment to the magazine has survived the changes that have transformed The New Yorker over the last decade.
www.abbeville.com /newyorker/introduction.asp   (2365 words)

  
 In a New Yorker First, Target to Be Sole Advertiser - New York Times
For those worried that The New Yorker may be blurring the line between editorial content and commercialism, executives of the magazine and Target offered reassurances that there would be no equivalent of The New Yorker mascot, Eustace Tilley, staring at a butterfly through a monocle covered with a Target bull's-eye.
So while The New Yorker will run "a few scent strips a year" and gatefold cover ads, he added, the magazine has rejected ads in formats like the Dutch door, when a front cover, split in two, unfolds to reveal an ad inside.
Many of Target's special ads are aimed at New York City for reasons that include a desire to burnish the image of its stores among fashionistas in the garment district and burnish the image of its corporate parent on Wall Street.
www.nytimes.com /2005/08/12/business/media/12adco.html?ex=1281499200&en=827e63385315a06b&ei=5090&partner=rssuserland&emc=rss   (1248 words)

  
 ipedia.com: The New Yorker Article   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The New Yorker is a widely respected weekly American magazine, well known for popularizing the nearly plotless short story as a literary form in English in the mid- 20th century.
The New Yorker is a widely respected weekly American magazine (debuted on February 21, 1925), well known for popularizing the nearly plotless short story as a literary form in English in the mid-20th century.
The New Yorker is probably most famous for its cartoons, which have a reputation for being slightly surreal and often inscrutable.
www.ipedia.com /the_new_yorker.html   (421 words)

  
 New Yorker
It's the new guys, rookie officers like me—we were called "new jacks" by the inmates—who are at his mercy.
New York's seventy prisons are scattered across the state.
Because the state government is based in Albany, however, and the state senate is dominated by politicians from rural precincts, nearly all the prison construction has been outside the city, where job-hungry communities clamor for it.
www.tedconover.com /newyorker.html   (8729 words)

  
 Hoopty Rides: Is the Complete New Yorker Spyware?
Not for legal reasons, he said, but the New Yorker decided it was adequate to be able to read a single disc at a time.
There has been a lot written about the New Yorker's position that they are not repurposing the content in a different format.
When I learned the Complete New Yorker was coming out, I was so thrilled at the prospect of reading the John Seabrook personal history of Seabrook Farms.
hooptyrides.blogspot.com /2006/01/is-complete-new-yorker-spyware.html   (1522 words)

  
 Amazon.com: The Complete New Yorker: Eighty Years of the Nation's Greatest Magazine (Book & 8 DVD-ROMs): Books: New ...   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Fans of The New Yorker will be dazzled by The Complete New Yorker, a collection that includes every page of every issue, from full-color covers to spot drawings, from poetry to Profiles, from cartoons to advertisements--all on 8 searchable DVDs.
Since the New Yorker is planning to issue a new Disc 1 every year (which contains the table of contents and the main installation materials), they can hopefully fix some of the search problems or make the interface smoother.
The New Yorker is a well written magazine and to have every issue since 1925 at your finger tips is awesome.
www.amazon.com /Complete-New-Yorker-Greatest-Magazine/dp/1400064740   (3013 words)

  
 rebecca mead dot com -- You've Got Blog   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The only thing that did sound appealing was moving to France and finding a hot new French boyfriend, but even when she talked about that idea she struck a sardonic, yeah-right-like-I'm-really-going-to-do-that kind of tone.
Most of the new blogs are, like Megnut, intimate narratives rather than digests of links and commentary; to read them is to enter a world in which the personal lives of participants have become part of the public domain.
Because the main audience for blogs is other bloggersblogging etiquette requires that, if someone blogs your blog, you blog his blog backreading blogs can feel a lot like listening in on a conversation among a group of friends who all know each other really well.
www.rebeccamead.com /2000_11_13_art_blog.htm   (2563 words)

  
 Discount New Yorker Magazine Subscription, New Yorker Magazine
The New Yorker Magazine is a national magazine edited to address current issues, ideas and events.
One of America's most popular magazines, The New Yorker definitely sets the standards for the publishing industry with in depth features, critics and humorous observations on politics and business, culture and the arts, education, style, sports and literature.
I have a wide range of interests so a New Yorker subscription is perfect for me. I especially love the short fiction stories featured in the magazines.
www.suscriba.com /pd_new_yorker.cfm   (389 words)

  
 New Yorker on DVD Is Readers' Delight, Surfers' Frustration - WSJ.com
New York Times et al, the U.S. Supreme Court said that a digital database -- a collection of the full text of articles in one big archive -- does constitute a new use, because it doesn't preserve the articles in their original context.
New York Times Co. and Time Inc., had unlawfully resold their articles as part of electronic databases.
Executives preparing the release of The Complete New Yorker used the Tasini ruling as a guide and also watched the National Geographic decision closely, said Edward Klaris, general counsel for the New Yorker, who worked on the anthology from its inception.
online.wsj.com /public/article/SB113158619499393087-qChmJ3YbYR11JqaQxSbS1brAch8_20061110.html?mod=blogs   (1318 words)

  
 The New Yorker for Sale
Apparently, to get a story into the New Yorker magazine, what I should have been sticking in those envelopes was some cash.
These "advertorial excerpts," it seems, are the brainchild of the New Yorker's new publisher, David Kahn, who thought they might be attractive to publishers looking to promote new books.
It's already hard to tell the ads apart from the content in most contemporary magazines, and the New Yorker, the magazine that admits it barely even screens its advertising, is less and less of an exception.
www.mobylives.com /NYer_for_sale.html   (787 words)

  
 New Yorker - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A resident of New York state or New York City
A named passenger train running between New York, NY and Detroit, MI This is a disambiguation page: a list of articles associated with the same title.
If an internal link referred you to this page, you may wish to change the link to point directly to the intended article.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/New_Yorker   (95 words)

  
 Annals of National Security: Torture at Abu Ghraib: The New Yorker
Now she was in charge of three large jails, eight battalions, and thirty-four hundred Army reservists, most of whom, like her, had no training in handling prisoners.
General Karpinski, who had wanted to be a soldier since she was five, is a business consultant in civilian life, and was enthusiastic about her new job.
A fifty-three-page report, obtained by The New Yorker, written by Major General Antonio M. Taguba and not meant for public release, was completed in late February.
www.newyorker.com /fact/content/?040510fa_fact   (0 words)

  
 New Yorker site redesigned (kottke.org)
I actually wish someone had done a New Yorker style article on the redesign process, so we might have some idea how what I assume were smart people could screw up so badly.
The "the" is traditionally smaller and centered over the words "New Yorker." Not only did they move it, down and make it big, the shapes of the letters are different.
As Michael notes, one of the nice new features is the cartoons appearing inline with the articles like they do in the magazine.
www.kottke.org /07/03/new-yorker-site-redesigned   (2540 words)

  
 New Yorker Profile: Karl Rove by Nicholas Lemann
New Yorker Profile: Karl Rove by Nicholas Lemann
Similarly, somebody will come along and figure out a new governing scheme through which people could view things and could, conceivably, enjoy a similar period of dominance." Karl Rove clearly wants to be that somebody, and his relentless pressing for every possible specific advantage is in service of the larger goal.
James Moore and Wayne Slater, the authors of a new and generally unfavorable Rove biography called "Bush's Brain," found a memo he wrote Clemens in which he suggested renting the subscriber list of Krugerrand Buyer, a magazine for investors in the South African gold currency, because they'd be good Republican donor prospects.
bnfp.org /neighborhood/Lemann_Rove_NYM.htm   (8546 words)

  
 Chrysler New Yorker: Facts and details from Encyclopedia Topic   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The Chrysler Fifth Avenue[Follow this hyperlink for a summary of this subject] began as a submodel of the New Yorker in 1979, EHandler: no quick summary.
The last generation of New Yorkers was front wheel drive front wheel drive quick summary:
Front wheel drive is the most common form of engine/transmission layout used in modern automobiles, where the engine drives the front wheels....
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/c/ch/chrysler_new_yorker.htm   (574 words)

  
 The New Yorker   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The workshop was organized by Population Communications International, a New York-based group that, for the past two decades, has pioneered the use of soap operasas a weapon against poverty.
The best way to teach new behaviors, Bandura found, was to give people models that they could bond with and who could guide them through concrete, realistic steps.
The model character in a new serial emerges much like a political candidate; researchers conduct field studies to find out whom viewers might trust, and then use polls to test various story lines.
www.changemakers.net /library/temp/newyorkersoapoperas.cfm   (4178 words)

  
 Salon Books | The New Yorker -- the home game
"We have entered a new millennium," said the editor, "and it is incumbent upon the New Yorker to explore the media that will be influencing our lives for decades to come.
In a move that is both a charming throwback to '50s television and a reflection of the magazine's continuing commitment to good taste, commercials will be performed live by members of the New Yorker staff.
A source close to the negotiations said the sticking point is Adler's insistence that her dirndl costume be fashioned of rumpled khaki.
www.salon.com /books/log/2000/02/18/remnick   (508 words)

  
 Very Fine Lines - washingtonpost.com
It's a group of cartoons drawn by 31 New Yorker cartoonists and rejected by Mankoff or Remnick because they were a little too.
Somehow she buttonholes the editor of the New Yorker and demands that he explain it.
Or you can buy "The Complete Book of New Yorker Cartoons," a massive tome that includes two CDs that, taken together, contain all 68,647 cartoons that had run in the magazine before the book was published in 2004.
www.washingtonpost.com /wp-dyn/content/article/2006/12/23/AR2006122300893_pf.html   (1982 words)

  
 Amazon.com: The New Yorker [1-year subscription]: Magazines   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The New Yorker's weekly issues can seem overwhelming--so much good stuff to read, piling up so fast!--but it's as easy to dip in for a small snack as it is to wade in for a substantial meal.
Sitting down with the New Yorker once a week is a pleasing routine, a cultural badge all at once of honor, and a way to sniff out elitist pseudo - intellectuals like yourself in a crowd.
But `The New Yorker' is NOT representing itself as a journal of news (aside from its news of performance dates and times).
www.amazon.com /The-New-Yorker-1-year-subscription/dp/B00005N7T5   (2372 words)

  
 Tiger Beat: New Yorker
The New Yorker has an article on the murder of Theo van Gogh.
The 8-18/25 double family issue of the New Yorker has a story by David Sedaris, and a short story by Annie Proulx.
I missed linking to the the articles in the New Yorker a couple of weeks ago, but there was an excerpt from Jonathan Lethem's novel, Fortress of Solitude, which will be out in September.
ari.typepad.com /tiger/new_yorker   (2278 words)

  
 Trail-et New Yorker
The New Yorker Model is perfect for trail riders and show people alike.
Clearly our best-selling model, the New Yorker has everything you need for out on the road.
With an body length of only 15' 6", the New Yorker Model allows for excellent maneuverability, with accessibility to your horses from the rear of the trailer and at the head from the walk-thru doors on both sides.
www.trail-et.com /newyorker.htm   (452 words)

  
 New Yorker   (Site not responding. Last check: )
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new yorker to the viewerDecember 29, 2000Ask a Writer - by John August - Applying.
yorker a Director - by Nancy Savoca - Committing to a first script new yorker.
cinematographer.rasek.be /new-yorker.html   (1651 words)

  
 New Yorker Online
The webmaster of the New Yorker site, Brad Hogg, clued me in to this car in September of '04.
Made a stop in Buffalo to grab something to eat, had some folks drool over the car there, then proceeded to take the scenic route back to Rochester, in the middle of the night.
It was a great trip, despite the radiator failure, and illustrates how a nice running New Yorker Brougham can be a very nice vehicle for trips.
www.newyorkeronline.org /membercars/74-78/dennisboyd/75NYer/index.htm   (392 words)

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