The New Yorker – September 27, 2021Regular price SFr. 17.90 Save Liquid error (product-template line 127): Computation results to '-Infinity'%
The Battle Over Long Covid
One "citizen scientist" set out to connect Americans reeling from the virus, and now leads a movement to expand our definition of what COVID can do. Dhruv Khullar reports on the promise and the pitfalls of patient advocacy.
Unisex Is Out, Fluid Fashion Is In
Rebecca Mead on a young designer defying gender norms
Beer Without The Buzz
John Seabrook on the non-alcoholic-beverage craze
Aggressively Modern Houses
Alex Ross on how the architect Richard Neutra cast his spell
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In 1925, Harold Ross established The New Yorker as a lighthearted, Manhattan-centric magazine—a “fifteen-cent comic paper,” he called it. Today The New Yorker is considered by many to be the most influential magazine in the world, renowned for its in-depth reporting, political and cultural commentary, fiction, poetry, and humor. In addition to the weekly print magazine, newyorker.com has become a daily digital destination for news and cultural coverage by staff writers and contributors. In print and online, The New Yorker stands apart for its commitment to truth and accuracy, for the quality of its prose, and for its insistence on exciting and moving every reader.