The New Yorker has revamped the online version of its Goings On About Town section.
Goings On, which highlights the best events in the city, has a new layout, additional editorial content, interactive maps, and more.
“The New Yorker remains one of the few publications to cover the breadth of the city’s cultural events in detail, with scores of comprehensive reviews,” wrote editor David Remnick, in a post announcing the redesign. “And, since technology has dramatically altered the way we get our information, we’re launching a completely redesigned Goings On About Town section, retooled and streamlined for optimal viewing on desktop computers as well as mobile devices. We think this will do a better job of bringing our dynamic content to your fingertips—and helping you decide which real-world experiences are worth turning from your devices for.”