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“The Life of a House,” by Jamaica Kincaid https://t.co/oPZqgRbaGk #newyorkerarchive

From 1995: Jamaica Kincaid found her ideal home—and discovered that she shared it with the memories of the people who lived there before. #NewYorkerArchive https://t.co/bDCMkru87l

From 1995: Janet Malcolm on how Virginia Woolf’s sister, the painter Vanessa Bell, transformed a quiet Sussex farmhouse into the backdrop for some of Bloomsbury’s most extraordinary scenes—in life and in art. #NewYorkerArchive https://t.co/atn3X4jDDl

Art & Life For The Modern Times ¶ Breaking News, Top News & World News ☞ https://t.co/ZvyljJ9R7R Stories via @AP @euronews #newyorkerarchive #wandavision

New York  from above نيويورك من الاعلى #NewYorkCity #NewYorkerArchive https://t.co/THTfHqqDdv

New York from above نيويورك من الاعلى #NewYorkCity #NewYorkerArchive https://t.co/THTfHqqDdv

A selection of pieces about home, by Jamaica Kincaid, Nora Ephron, and other writers, from the #NewYorkerArchive. https://t.co/g686DDgINl

Shortly after her marriage ended, Nora Ephron came across an apartment in the Apthorp, a celebrated Beaux-Arts building on the Upper West Side, and fell in love (again). #NewYorkerArchive https://t.co/YSkfovLJix

Sunday Reading: A Sense of Place. My latest archive collection for @NewYorker is on nostalgia & the meaning of home—w/stories by Nora Ephron, Jamaica Kincaid, Janet Malcolm, @adamgopnik, @sarahmbroom & Andrea Lee. #NewYorkerArchive https://t.co/Cq5gHaR1g2

"When I hear the details some weeks later, it occurs to me that I have nearly been killed by a character out of one of my own novels," Stephen King wrote, in 2000. "It’s almost funny." #NewYorkerArchive https://t.co/SULlThW8wo

From 1964: Calvin Trillin on the civil-rights struggle in Mississippi, and a brief encounter with Martin Luther King, Jr. #NewYorkerArchive https://t.co/sALk9UckVy

From 2009: Jill Lepore writes about the history of American Presidents’ Inaugural Addresses, from George Washington to Barack Obama. #Politics #History #NewYorkerArchive https://t.co/z48LdR4AgF

From 1989, a visit with the New York City chef on whom “Seinfeld”’s “Soup Nazi” is based. #NewYorkerArchive https://t.co/tRWZ3FBTJf

From 2009: Jill Lepore writes about the history of American Presidents’ Inaugural Addresses, from George Washington to Barack Obama. #NewYorkerArchive https://t.co/49NNl0WXNM

A selection of pieces on Presidential Inaugurations and Inaugural Addresses, from the #NewYorkerArchive. https://t.co/fpIHQNPIqI

Louis Menand on John F. Kennedy’s 1961 Inaugural Address, at the height of the Cold War. #NewYorkerArchive https://t.co/y9xXRUrXmt

#NewYorkerArchive The video posted by New Yorker on line shows how vicious and deep the Trump plan was to takeover from the democratic forces.He should be sent home immediately without much fanfare. It’s chilling .

This is disturbing but needs to be watched and shared. It's a side of things you haven't seen. These this are seriously deranged. #CapitolRiot #NewYorkerArchive A Reporter’s Footage from Inside the Capitol Siege https://t.co/TT9eQsD22m via @NewYorker

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