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The New Criterion 10h
Peck’s ballets are Instagram-optimized—just as the millennial choreographer himself betrays little personal affect in front of the ever-present modern lens.
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Dave Itzkoff Feb 14
don't worry, i'm told Amazon is already considering three new sites
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The American Conservative Feb 14
Amazon is pulling out of New York City for HQ2. Good for New York City:
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dancelog.nyc Feb 12
New at The Log: goes long, with an analysis of the New Combinations program at . "It’s not just what’s new in a ballet that’s important. It’s how it connects to what came before it."
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James Panero Feb 12
On "Fast Casual" architecture. Brilliant
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The New Criterion Feb 12
Our critic’s pick: “The Story Box: Franz Boas, George Hunt and the Making of Anthropology,” at the Bard Graduate Center (February 14 through July 7).
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Buckley Program Feb 11
Just a few more days to apply to our paid summer internship at ! Yale students can learn more about this terrific opportunity to intern with this magazine edited by and here:
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The New Criterion Feb 8
Daniel McCarthy, the editor of Modern Age, joins James Panero to discuss the history of the American conservative movement.
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The New Criterion Feb 6
Why would donors consider establishing private charitable institutions if the public purposes of those institutions would subject them to government control?
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John Byron Kuhner Feb 6
Glad to see the New Criterion keeps tweeting this out, because I'm sure it's one of the best things I've ever written!
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The New Criterion Feb 6
“New Peck” might as well become a permanent fixture on the Lincoln Center marquee.
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The New Criterion Feb 5
Our critic’s pick: “Abdolreza Aminlari: For a Different Future,” at Situations (through February 24).
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James Wolcott Feb 4
I shall always treasure the memory of the little chat I had with Simon at a New Criterion party when I tried to explain who Eliza Dushku was. "She was Faith on BUFFY THE VAMPIRE KILLER..." This somehow failed to ring a bell.
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The Paris Review Feb 4
“It’s wonderful to be hated by idiots.” —John Simon
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James Panero Feb 2
Good to see the cultural newsletter by now at
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John Byron Kuhner Feb 1
This was such an incredible trip down to Guatemala - researching, of all things, a Guatemalan Latin epic poet - and I hope my excitement about the topic comes across in this piece. Thanks to the for publishing it.
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Justin Zaremby Feb 1
200 years ago a battle over leadership at transformed . In my newest piece in I reflect on the importance of and in the U.S.
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The New Criterion Feb 1
The wunderkind of the New York City Ballet, Justin Peck has already choreographed more than thirty original works, a number that has outpaced his age (he is thirty-one).
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James Panero Feb 1
This 80 year old, 65 foot tall banyan tree is the "protagonist" of Foster's opening February 9 in West Palm Beach.
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James Panero Jan 31
On the unjust shaming of two girls at
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