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Some suggestions for Juul's new adult-focussed marketing, by @lila_ash.

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Donald Glover, who is up for not one, not two, but five #Emmys tonight, takes an ambivalent view of his widespread acclaim. He says that he thinks of reality as a program and his talent as hacking the code: “I learn fast—I figured out the algorithm.” Click the link in our bio for Tad Friend’s Profile of the multi-hyphenate star. Photograph by @awolerizku for TNY.

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This week's cover, “Fourth Wall,” by @adriantomine. #TNYcovers

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A cartoon by @kimwarp. Follow @newyorkercartoons for more #TNYcartoons.

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Hosting is really what Sofreh’s elegant chef and owner, Nasim Alikhani, does, gliding through the dining room and stopping to chat with guests as though she’s giving a party at home. Her front-of-house style seems just as intuitive as her interpretations of traditional Persian food, including a tender, hulking lamb shank and tahdig—or “stuck pot” rice. Click the link in our bio for @hannahgoldfield’s review. Photograph by @will_mebane for TNY.

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This week's spots, by @mr_jti.

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A cartoon by Zachary Kanin. Follow @newyorkercartoons for more #TNYcartoons.

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When she was twenty-six, Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie was living in a poky apartment in Baltimore, writing the last sections of her second book. She did nothing else—only going outside to buy bananas and peanuts, or to pay for a delivery of Chinese food. If she felt restless, she jumped rope. Today, she turns forty-one, and is known as one of the most vital and original novelists of her generation. Click the link in our bio for Larissa MacFarquhar's Profile of the author. Photograph by @paridukovic for TNY.

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A cartoon by Charles Barsotti, from 1994. #TNYcartoons

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The artist Nathaniel Mary Quinn paints people as he feels them, not as they look. His fragmented approach to the human figure is a realist riff on synthetic Cubism, although what looks like collage—a hallmark of Cubism—never is. Instead, each piece of the pictorial puzzle is meticulously rendered in oil, paint stick, pastel, charcoal, gouache, and gold leaf on linen or paper. See his work at Salon 94’s spaces on the Bowery and in Freeman’s Alley through October 27th. Courtesy @nathanielmaryquinn and @salon94.

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The photographer Amit Elkayam is allergic to some dogs, but he decided to subsist on Benadryl in order to capture Hendrix, a three-year-old harlequin Great Dane, and her humans, Kristina Justice and Talisa Smith, several times over a year. In the images, Hendrix (after Jimi) takes on an almost human quality, as if she were simply a third member of Justice and Smith’s domestic partnership, gathering to blow out candles on a birthday cake or primping for a night out. Click the link in our bio to see more from the series “Big Dog in a Big City.” Photograph by @amitelk.

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A cartoon by Edward Steed. Follow @newyorkercartoons for more #TNYcartoons.