Tag Archives: The New Yorker

A current exhibition at the Morgan Library honors of the hundredth anniversary of the publication, in November of 1913, of “Du Côté de Chez Swann” (“Swann’s Way”).

via The New Yorker

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Adam Gopnik talks with managing editor Amelia Lester about how different his own early experiences with music were from those of his children, and why the shift from vinyl and hi-fi to MP3s and earbuds isn’t such a bad thing.

via The New Yorker

Read and appreciated by Jered Higgins