Tag: new yorker

A MICA Faculty Member Designed This Hard-Hitting New Yorker Cover of President Trump

David Plunkert’s Aug. 28 cover for The New Yorker. Credit: The New Yorker.

The cover of this week’s New Yorker depicting President Donald Trump powering a boat with a sail that looks an awful lot like a Ku Klux Klan hood was designed by one of Baltimore’s own.

New Yorker Writer Hung Out at North Ave. McDonald’s to Get Sources for His Story on Jail Corruption



If you read Jeffrey Toobin’s New Yorker article on the Baltimore jail scandal (which you should! it’s fascinating!), you may have wondered how he got so many people to open up about what it’s like inside the Baltimore City Detention Center. It turns out it wasn’t that hard at all: He went to McDonald’s.

Baltimore’s Jail Guard/Cell Phone/Drug Scandal Gets the New Yorker Treatment


Baltimore Jail Scandal in New Yorker

After the relentless coverage of last year’s scandals at the Baltimore City Detention Center, I thought I’d read all I needed to on the topic. But an in-depth New Yorker article on all the drama? Yeah, I’ll read that. In a heartbeat.