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Obituary: Paul Oren Shaw Marden — former Darien resident, had long career at The New Yorker

August 15, 2017 |

In his business life, he proudly worked at The New Yorker Magazine where he had a 25 year career in its’ marketing and advertising departments.

Obituary: Barbara Dinkel Dillon, 90, children's book author

April 2, 2018 |

After graduation she took a job as an editorial assistant at The New Yorker magazine in Manhattan. While working there she encountered many of the great staff writers of the day, including John Updike and ...

Obituary: Barbara Dinkel Dillon, 90, children's book author

April 2, 2018 |

After graduation she took a job as an editorial assistant at The New Yorker magazine in Manhattan. While working there she encountered many of the great staff writers of the day, including John Updike and ...

New Yorker magazine cover depicts Trump as a beauty queen

September 29, 2016 |

Katie Dowd The New Yorker is getting snarky. ... "Watching the debate, the artist Barry Blitt recognized a significant moment in the Presidential campaign," the New Yorker wrote. ... (AP Photo/John Locher) New ...

'China Changes the Guard' discussed at DCA

December 8, 2013

Five experts have been invited to discuss the most important global issues of China's new direction: Jan. 9, "China in the Age of Ambition: New Leaders, New Challenges," presented by Evan Osnos, China ...

Rowayton library news

July 21, 2011

Come check out what's new at the Rowayton Library and join them for a free hot dog lunch. ... Book club for devoted readers The Rowayton Library's new book club for devoted readers of The New Yorker magazine ...

New Yorker magazine families come together at Westport Historical Society

April 8, 2014 |

Boros A peek inside one of America's most respected magazines, will be offered in Westport on Saturday, April 12, during a "family reunion" of sorts that will bring together the adult children of several New ...

Be a New Yorker: Magazine's festival shows you the way

September 11, 2009 |

Back then, it was the second year of The New Yorker Festival, which was sold as a weekend of interviews, panel discussions and tours, readings from authors and conversations between New Yorker journalists and ...

Faith Church profiled in The New Yorker magazine

December 9, 2007 |

News-Times, The (Danbury, CT) The church that opened its doors two years ago boasts the community's largest congregation, with regular attendance of some 1,500 parishioners from throughout the greater Danbury ...

The Good Old Days in Darien / Ed Chrostowski

June 24, 2010

And there was always an open microphone on their breakfast table, broadcasting their chats on New York radio stations as people throughout the metropolitan area listened in. ... Richter's drawings were ...

The Good Old Days in Darien -- An era of plenty for literary arts

April 15, 2010

He and his wife, Life magazine photographer Margaret Bourke-White, lived on Point O' Woods Road and she collaborated with him on four of his books. ... Mischa Richter, whose studio was in the old Review building ...

Clamdigging around Rowayton

June 17, 2011

New Yorker Talker Magazine Club The Rowayton Library is starting a new book club for devoted readers of the New Yorker magazine. The New Yorker Talker group will meet each Wednesday for the next six weeks ...

How Postwar America Looked to the New Yorker Magazine

June 27, 1999 |

REVIEWED BY Daniel Cooper, Special to The Chronicle THE WORLD THROUGH A MONOCLE The New Yorker at Midcentury By Mary F. ... According to Corey's "The World Through a Monocle," midcentury was the New Yorker's ...

NOT WANTED / Cartoon Art Museum / An exhibition of New Yorker magazine rejects is sure to be a winner

January 4, 2007 |

"The Rejection Collection: Not in the New Yorker Cartoons," which runs through mid-March, features 30 single-panel cartoons that got no bites when submitted to the magazine. ... For each weekly issue, the New ...

NY man accused of swindling $500,000 from Greenwich woman

September 24, 2022 |

The article in The New Yorker magazine in April 2022 describes Counne's alleged practice of meeting older women and romancing them at swanky Manhattan bars and restaurants, like Bemelman's Bar in the Carlyle ...

Can pickleball save America?

September 13, 2022 |

It received some attention in the 1970s, including an article in Tennis magazine about “America’s newest racquet sport.” ... New, quieter paddles and balls might help silence critics in the future, but ...

Final goodbye: Recalling influential people who died in 2022

December 31, 2022 |

The wealthy New York real estate heir and failed fugitive dogged for decades with suspicion in the disappearance and deaths of those around him before he was convicted last year of killing his best friend. ... A ...

Norfolk prepares for annual Haystack Book Festival

September 4, 2022 |

Gill wrote various pieces for The New Yorker magazine for over fifty years and was in successive decades the magazine’s the movie, theater, and architectural critic. ... Since 1996 she has been the executive ...

Warner Theatre announces more shows, events for 2022-23

August 16, 2022 |

Liz Miele started doing stand-up at 16 in New York City. At 18 she was profiled in The New Yorker Magazine; at 22 she appeared on Comedy Central’s “Live at Gotham.” ... In 2021 he was the recipient of a major profile in The New York Times.

Letter: The banality of evil

February 23, 2021

“The Banality of Evil” was a phrase coined by Holocaust survivor, political theorist, philosopher and historian Hannah Arendt when she was sent to Jerusalem in 1961 to report for the New Yorker magazine at ...

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