But it’s an impossible role in an impossible movie that has no reason for being...– ‘Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close’ Review - NYTimes.com ‘Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close’ : 9/11 :: ‘Life is Beautiful’ : the Holocaust?
On What the Charlotte Airport Can Do to Itself
lindsayrobertson: Anyway, on those people movers? You’re still supposed to fucking walk. Lindsay perfectly encapsulates the Difference Between New York and Everywhere Else.
be as vulnerable as you possibly can. recognize vulnerability and empathy as...– kathleen hanna, bikini kill zine (via karaj) #workingonit
4.94: Average number of times “Paris” played, per night. 18:...– ‘Ni**as in Paris’: The Definitive Breakdown
emilygould: Shake it off, readers! Don’t let her win! Caitlin Flanagan is a DANGEROUS LUNATIC and WE MUST NEVER ALLOW OURSELVES TO FORGET THAT, NO MATTER HOW FUNNY AND CONVINCING SHE IS! AUGHH!
“Little one!” Mr. Parker called to Ms. Lenas, who... →
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Longreads: New York Times Writer Jenna Wortham: My... →
longreads: Jenna Wortham is a technology reporter at The New York Times. In her spare time she makes zines and stalks former America’s Next Top Model contestants in Brooklyn. She can be found on Twitter and Tumblr. Ohhh Jenna picked so many good ones!
Longreads: Rolling Stone's Doree Shafrir: My Top... →
longreads: Doree Shafrir is an editor at Rolling Stone, where she hangs out with the Misfits on a regular basis. She can also be found at doree.tumblr.com. I did one of these!
I’ma be real, man, this might sound like the craziest thing to you. I, and...– Young Jeezy: Rappers Are the ‘Robin Hoods of the Hood’ | Music News | Rolling Stone
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Longreads: New York Magazine's Jessica Pressler:... →
longreads: Jessica Pressler is a writer for New York Magazine. See her recent stories here. (Pictured above, inexplicably, with New York Police Commissioner Ray Kelly in 2010.) She picked “Peyton’s Place” and we didn’t even discuss it! This is why we are BFFs. (Also, Sara Leal. Also, that photo.)
Publishers Marketplace: Kat Murray’s TAKING THE REINS, in which a woman inherits her family’s near-bankrupt stud ranch and hires a sexy horse trainer to help her turn it around, the first in the Studs & Spurs series, to Alicia Condon at Kensington, in a three-book deal, by Emmanuelle Morgen at Judith Ehrlich Literary Management.