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  • Category: News
  • Released date: 09/27/2010
  • Current Version: 3.0
  • Seller: CondeNet
  • Recommended Age: 12+
  • Download Size: 5135649
  • Last Update: 07/22/2011
  • Requirements: iPadWifi, iPad23G, iPad3G, iPad2Wifi

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Enjoy a complete issue of the acclaimed weekly on your iPad each Monday—every story, every cartoon, everything in the print edition and more. The app comes with a sample table of contents; you can buy single issues, or subscribe and receive new issues as they’re released. If you’re already a subscriber, download the app and tap on the "Current Magazine Subscriber" button to activate your digital subscription (U.S. and Canada only). (All subscribers can also access the web archive — every issue since 1925 — by logging into archives.newyorker.com.) The New Yorker offers a signature mix of reporting and commentary on politics, international affairs and the arts, along with fiction, poetry, humor, and cartoons. Founded in 1925, The New Yorker has received more National Magazine Awards than any other magazine. Notable work in recent years includes coverage of the war on terror by George Packer, Jane Mayer, Lawrence Wright, Steve Coll, and Seymour M. Hersh; reports from the front lines of the Middle East by Jon Lee Anderson, Dexter Filkins, and Wendell Steavenson; Malcolm Gladwell on “the tipping point”; Anthony Lane on movies; James Wood on books; Elizabeth Kolbert on the environment; Atul Gawande on health care; fiction by Jonathan Franzen, Edwidge Danticat, Zadie Smith, and Haruki Murakami; humor by David Sedaris and Andy Borowitz; and cartoons by Roz Chast.

More great reads: “At the Ballpark” is the second in The New Yorker Reader series of anthologies of content culled from the magazine’s archive, and is now available to all digital subscribers on the iPad as part of their subscription, and to non-subscribers for $2.99. This collection features an introduction by staff writer Adam Gopnik, and eight feature pieces: Niven Busch on Lou Gehrig, John Updike on Ted Williams, Roger Angell on Bob Gibson and on the 2009 Yankees, Susan Orlean on Cuban baseball, David Grann on Rickey Henderson, Ben McGrath on Manny Ramirez, and Jeffrey Toobin on Fred Wilpon, and more.

Highlights from the July 25 issue:

· Jane Kramer on Elisabeth Badinter and the trap of motherhood.
· John Cassidy on Ray Dalio, the maestro of macro trading, with documents from Dalio's firm, Bridgewater Associates
· Alec Wilkinson on Jay Shafer, the brainy misfit behind the tiny-house trend, with a three-hundred-and-sixty-degree tour of a Shafer-designed home
· Calvin Trillin on the Freedom Rides, with a slideshow of photographs from the civil-rights movement
· Cartoon slide show with bonus cartoons (a weekly iPad exclusive)
· Paul Goldberger on the architect Zaha Hadid, with a slideshow of views of Hadid's Riverside Museum, in Glasgow
· Lauren Collins and Dana Goodyear on Rupert Murdoch
· New poetry by Kay Ryan and Daljit Nagra, with audio of the poets reading their work
· George Packer on the debt crisis in Washington
· New fiction by Robert Coover, with audio of the author reading his work
· David Denby on “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2"
· Richard Brody in a video about his DVD pick of the week

Subscriptions available:
1-month subscription for $5.99, automatically renewed until canceled
1-year subscription for $59.99, automatically renewed until canceled

SUBSCRIBERS' AUTOMATIC-RENEWAL FEATURE: For all subscriptions your credit card will automatically be charged for another subscription period unless you change your subscription preferences in your account settings. All subscriptions will automatically renew until canceled.

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