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THE NEW YORKER REVAMPS, SLIGHTLY

With its mid-September issue, The New Yorker, notoriously hide-bound in matters of design and visual decorum, underwent a modest re-design. The Table of Contents page, the Goings On About Town section, and the opening page of Talk of the Town have all been tinkered with: nothing extreme — just new type faces — except About Town, which has been wholly re-done, incorporating more elaborate headings and pictures. The rest of the magazine, in keeping with its tradition of urbane imperturbability, remains about the same, cartoon coverage intact.

But the annual “Cartoon Issue” is late this year. Or has it been permanently delayed?

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