Milk, two sugars, and 12 months of wit for the millions of people who depend on their daily cup (make that cups) of joe, The New Yorker Caffeinated Calendar is an homage-in-cartoons to the beverage that fuels America. A store window advertises second-hand books--and reheated coffee. The cafe Tea & Sympathy displays a new sign: "Coffee and a Kick in the Pants." With contributors including George Booth, Roz Chast, and other favorite New Yorker cartoonists, it's a year of caffeine-stoked whimsy. The calendar has a magnetic strip (perfect for hanging on the fridge), but also a plastic hook, so it can hang on a crowded wall calendar or bulletin board.