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

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New York or London? @thereadviewer proves that our cover looks almost as at home in Islington as it does in the West Village. Share your favorite magazine moments using #newyorkerinthewild and we might regram you.

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Illustrations, by @serge.bloch, from this week's issue.

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For a few days in 1950, Ernest Hemingway, who was born on this day in 1899, stopped in New York on his way to Europe. After arriving at the Sherry-Netherland and taking off his jacket, he telephoned the Plaza and asked for his friend Marlene Dietrich. Then he called room service and ordered caviar and a couple of bottles of Perrier-Jouët, brut. Click the link in our bio to read Lillian Ross’s account of the days she spent with the author. Photograph by Lloyd Arnold/Hulton Archive/Getty.

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A cartoon by William Haefeli. Follow @newyorkercartoons for more #TNYcartoons.

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For a week, an iceberg as tall as the Statue of Liberty filled the villagers of Innaarsuit, Greenland, with existential dread. If a big enough part of it sloughed off, in a process known as “calving,” it would have caused a tsunami, immediately destroying the little settlement on whose shore it rested. Luckily, the iceberg continued drifting north and, by Wednesday, everyone felt safe enough to go home. Click the link in our bio to read Carolyn Kormann on why, with climate change, such events are expected to occur more frequently. Photograph by Magnus Kristensen/Ritzau Scanpix/Reuters.

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At Don Wagyu, a new sandwich shop in the financial district, a five-ounce piece of steak, imported from Japan, can cost as much as $180 dollars. But the meat is treated like chicken: breaded in panko, dunked in oil, and placed between slices of crustless white toast for a katsu sando, or fried-cutlet sandwich. Our food critic @hannahgoldfield decides if it is really worth the price tag. Click the link in our bio for her review. Photographs by @dollyfaibyshev for TNY.

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A cartoon by Frank Cotham. Follow @newyorkercartoons for more #TNYcartoons.

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This week, the self-taught street photographer @clay_benskin is taking over our photo department’s account to share his favorite images from particular categories, including a set of three underground kissing shots. Follow @newyorkerphoto to see more.

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A cartoon by Charles Barsotti, from 1998. #TNYcartoons

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Rebranding ideas for Neapolitan ice cream, as drawn by @johnny.dinapoli.🍦

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A little more than three years ago, Donald Trump descended an escalator in Trump Tower to announce his candidacy for the Presidency. That image makes a return in next week's cover, “Thumbs-Up,” by Barry Blitt, which remarks on Trump’s performance during and after his summit with Vladimir Putin, in Helsinki. #TNYcovers