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The New Yorker Festival: For the Little Old Lady in Dubuque and Everywhere Else

Friday, September 30, 2011

The New Yorker magazine’s founding editor Harold Ross once famously described his publication as being, “not for the little old lady in Dubuque.” Today’s New Yorker is for her and everyone else. The magazine's annual festival begins on Friday.

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