Slide Show Of The Week

Borough Building

Jonathan Lethem questions the wisdom of the Atlantic Yards plan.

Brooklyn’s Trojan Horse An open letter to Frank Gehry about the architect’s plan for downtown Brookyn. By Jonathan Lethem Click here to read a slide-show essay about the Atlantic Yards project.

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Healthier by Design A new charitable trust asks whether good architecture can help cancer patients. By Witold Rybczynski Click here to read a slide-show essay about Maggie’s Cancer Caring Centres.

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The Incredibles How Pixar’s animated films became the best literature around. By Lee Siegel Click here to see a slide-show essay on Pixar.

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The Pulp Canon Lurid new covers for The Iliad, Little Women, and other classics. Click here to see a slide show of pulp covers for classic books.

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The Roma Gypsies A portfolio by Andrew Miksys, Slate’s artist of the month. By Andrei Codrescu Click here to see a slide show of photographs by Andrew Miksys.

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Spawn of Frankenstein Mad scientists in the movies. By Christopher Frayling Click here to see a slide show about mad scientists in the movies.

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Milk Me Is the breast pump the new BlackBerry? By Emily Bazelon Click here to see a slide show about the history of the breast pump.

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Up, Up, and Away The new skyscraper, in all its guises. By Witold Rybczynski Click here to read a slide-show essay about the golden age of the skyscraper.

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On Patrol With the Minutemen Volunteers monitor U.S. borders. By Judd Slivka Click here to read a slide-show dispatch about border patrol.

David Hockney Is Afraid To Be Alone
The shallow lyricism of one of America’s favorite painters. By Lee Siegel Click here to read a slide-show essay about David Hockney’s portraits.

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