We know our loyal Scottish readers can’t stop thinking about tomorrow’s Independence Vote, so we’re back with a special mini mid-week NEW YORK (-er) vs. NEW YORK (magazine) vs. NEW YORK (times)!
SUPER-TIMELY SCOTSPOCALYPSE EDITION!
THE NEW YORKER has pretty much everything you need to know:
- Sure there’s the question of whether Scotland should be its own sovereign state blah blah blah, but the real question on everyone’s mind: What’s going to happen to the Union Jack? And will I have to buy an all-new bedspread?
- And because even The New Yorker knows you prefer to ingest your journalism in list format: 10 questions about the Scottish independence vote.
Question: Is it true an independent Scotland would be free to relocate to the Bahamas?
But in case you’re not fully convinced you should vote Yes (I mean, unless you should vote No), THE NEW YORK TIMES has some choice words for you:
- Alan Cumming takes a break from
battling Shia LaBeoufperforming in Cabaret to rally support for the Yes campaign.
- And a look at Alex Salmond, the leader of the Scottish National Party and mastermind of the Independence Referendum.
Pictured: What you’re picturing Alex Salmond looks like. Admit it.
Consider yourself fully informed, you savvy Scottish voter you!
Ed. Note: New York Magazine didn’t really post anything about Scotland this week. They were too busy covering gold fish brain surgery.