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HUFFING AND TWEETING
During a particularly dark week for British journalism, Arianna Huffington launches a local outpost of her controversial newspaper ...
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CY TWOMBLY AT HIS BEST
An important experimental painter of hypnotic scribbles and abstract allusions ...  read more »
THE SCEPTICAL SHOPPER: THE BEST COFFEE
Coffee shops are ubiquitous in Europe and America. But where is the really good coffee? Our undercover expert spills the beans ...  read more »
GOODBYE TO BRICKS AND MORTAR
People love bookstores, but not enough to buy the books ...  read more »
GRILL IT GOOD
Lysandra Ohrstrom heads to North Carolina for a taste of one of America's fastest-growing sports ...  read more »
COLLECTING WITH A VENGEANCE
The Harry Ransom Centre's aggressive acquisition strategy has ruffled feathers, but it will benefit scholars for years to come ...  read more »
ALAN HOLLINGHURST IN COPENHAGEN
Denmark’s oldest museum is all about a single artist. Alan Hollinghurst, author of “The Line of Beauty”, revisits a temple of idiosyncrasy ...
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LEARN TO BE LIKE LIEUTENANT COLUMBO
As we remember Peter Falk, Robert Butler considers the eminent wisdom of the actor's most famous television character ...  read more »

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AN EXTRAORDINARY WEEK
What to make of the demise of the News of the World
GET TO WORK
Ernest Hemingway once said writing was like bleeding, which means that it either comes naturally or painfully
THE COMFORT OF DEFEAT
Behavioural economics and the Chicago Cubs

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FADING LIGHTS IN MUMBAI
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THE Q&A: HANIF KUREISHI, AUTHOR
IT'S ALL IN THE MOVES
I agree with the author in some respects. I would love to see people put the same passion and energy into more purposive channels such as understanding healthcare reform (as an example) or voting as they do into keeping up with these scandals. On the other hand, maybe it is a good thing that social media etc. has allowed Americans a better view into the lives of public figures ...


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