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1 For latest issue, the magazine transformed into a self-isolation instruction manual with 44 suggestions for getting through uncertain times (“). The cover featured a photograph by Jeremy Cohen of a lone man playing a double bass on his Bushwick rooftop. Many readers praised the cover for capturing our current moment. On Instagram, @evagrayzel wrote, And on Twitter, @groovyhil called the cover “a bit of sunshine in the midst of #CoronavirusPandemic.” Of the contents, Frank Samperi wrote, “This issue encapsulates everything I love most Magazine—your absurd, authentic, critical yet hopeful everything.” Another reader said, “I am 24 pages into the issue and immediately went to renew. ” This was the first issue in history to be created entirely remotely, and on Instagram, the magazine offered readers a limited number of free copies to be sent to their shelters. One of the recipients, Laurel from Honolulu, wrote us, “Thank you so much. My heart is aching for NYC (everywhere, but NYC) and you all have kept me in the loop like no other magazine has.”

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