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1 Sunday Reading: Lives in Profile
2 Silver Lining
3 Calvin Trillin
4 Czeslaw Milosz, T. Coraghessan Boyle, Quentin Bell, James Lee Burke, Tobias Wolff, David Lehman
5 545 of the Children Separated From Their Parents at the Border
6 Calvin Trillin Looks Back on 50 Years Covering Black Life in America
7 Calvin Trillin takes on playwriting, and maybe wishes he hadn’t
8 Fifty Years of Friendship with Larry Kramer
9 Calvin Trillin Plumbs Memory as He Tells Us About Alice
10 Calvin Trillin: By the Book
11 'Family Man' Author Calvin Trillin on Fatherhood, Lessons From His Dad, and Trump's Parenting Style
12 A Grateful Grandfather Sheltering with His Family
13 Review: In ‘Jackson, 1964,’ Calvin Trillin Reports on Race
14 Donald Trump: Confederate From Queens
15 July 27, 2020 | The New Yorker
16 “Have They Run Out of Provinces Yet?” by Calvin Trillin
17 Thanksgiving Classics from the Archive
18 Writer Calvin Trillin dishes about civil rights, Judaism and the art of reporting
19 Trillin's essays on race resonant, decades later
20 Calvin Trillin's 'Jackson, 1964' shows historical consistency of American racism
21 Calvin Trillin on the Scariest Word
22 Calvin Trillin, at Drew, Deadpans About a Writer's Life
23 Jessica Hecht to Star in a New Play by Calvin Trillin
24 New York's Most Exclusive Food Tour, With Calvin Trillin
25 Sunday Reading: Whodunnits and Other Mysteries
26 Calvin Trillin Marches Back to the Civil Rights Movement
27 Calvin Trillin defends his Chinese food poem in the New Yorker
28 Our Views: Calvin Trillin, dean of food writers, tackles race in Louisiana
29 ‘About Alice’ Theater Review: Calvin Trillin’s Wry, Rueful Look at His Late Wife
30 Sunday Reading: Manhattan Sketches
31 Calvin Trillin Visits Russ & Daughters Café
32 Murder, He Wrote
33 People Are Furious Over a New Yorker Poem About Chinese Food
34 Sunday Reading: Racial Injustice and the Police
35 An Anthology, And A Life, Full Of 'Funny Stuff'
36 Calvin Trillin Talks Jokes, Journalism — and Judaism
37 About Alice By Calvin Trillin
38 Holiday Poem: “Greetings, Friends!”
39 Happy holidays! Here's a rundown of six fruitcakes
40 ‘Don’t be a slave to trends if they get in the way of a good meal’
41 Humorist Calvin Trillin wins Thurber Prize
42 When ‘All Thumbs’ Becomes a Compliment
43 Travel through the history of the iconic musical in GREAT PERFORMANCES: "Fiddler: A Miracle of Miracles" Friday, Nov. 13 at 9 pm
44 North Bergen, N.J.: Reasonably Priced and Minutes From Manhattan
45 World Enough and Time: Eating
46 REX NELSON: The Delta hot tamale
47 Chiefs vs. Bucs also means burnt ends vs. Cuban sandwiches
48 HOROSCOPE: Dec. 5, 2020
49 Sunday Reading: An Appetite for Great Chefs
50 Fiddler: A Miracle of Miracles Airs on PBS November 13
51 What Cynthia Ozick Taught Me About My Grandfather
52 What is a Turducken?
53 Opinion | Wall Street Smarts
54 Gay Talese, Calvin Trillin, and Twitter’s Inescapable Toxic Streak
55 The Nation Festival | Reimagining America
56 For Some Asian-Americans, Calvin Trillin's Chinese Food Poem Is Unappetizing
57 'The Jewish Nielsen' Who's watching what, Week 46
58 Trillin, on writing and not re-reading
59 Celebrating 60th anniversary, UGA’s desegregation history on display at library
60 How Stewart-Cousins tamed Senate Dems — Elementary schools to reopen — New Rochelle sees coronavirus resurgence
61 THE ROONEY BIN: Pandemic cooking means condiment overload
62 Calvin Trillin's New Yorker poem “Have They Run Out of Provinces Yet?” was bad satire.
63 Robert Loomis, editor of Angelou, Styron, dies at 93
64 Long Before Calvin Trillin, Chinese ‘Safe Treyf’ Came With a Side of Jewish Racism
65 Tribute to Cardee Kilpatrick | Flagpole
66 Learning at a Distance
67 Read Reviews for About Alice Off-Broadway
68 Documentary Film Screening: "The Sturgeon Queens" | Calendar |
69 A Pioneering Appetite
70 POLITICO Playbook: Trump's task in Georgia
71 Mozzarella Story
72 Writer's Notebook: Flavel demise was long and often painful
73 In generational wars, don’t forget about Gen-X | Letters
74 'Jackson, 1964' sheds light on some very dark chapters of US history
75 The Most Prolific Celebrity Photographer Never Published Her Work
76 Larry Kramer demanded his memorial plaque be nowhere near Ed Koch's
77 The delicious escapism of reading a ‘foodoir’
78 How the 'only family' argument is used against Indigenous families
79 POLITICO Playbook: America in limbo
80 Clubhouse Eats: Big Cedar Lodge’s burnt ends are slow-cooked bites of beefy goodness
81 Opinion | Sabbath Gasbags, Speak Up
82 Alice's Law of Compensatory Cash Flow
83 ACI
84 William Barr's Handling of the Mueller Report
85 Howard Schultz May Run for President
86 'About Alice' Revives a Familiar Character and Life
87 Long Island Shooting Case Highlights Racial Divide
88 'New Yorker' Writer Calvin Trillin Touts P.S. 3's West Village Spirit
89 About Alice Runs at Brooklyn's Polonsky Shakespeare Center Through February 3
90 Trump Pressures Israel to Deny Entry to Two Members of Congress
91 How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love ‘Nation’ Readers
92 Farewell, Ryan Zinke
93 White Poets Want Chinese Culture Without Chinese People
94 Heritage Moments: The night they invented chicken wings
95 Beans and me. Trendsetters in the time of coronavirus
96 October 5/12, 2020, Issue
97 Calvin Trillin's 1972 Profile of Sissy Farenthold
98 The Dawn of an Affair With Stormy Daniels
99 Depressing White House Personnel News
100 An Unlikely Thanksgiving Stand-In: Pasta Carbonara