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In @talkofthetown this week, @Lavernecox and @bellhooks discuss life, butts, and ice cream sundaes:
President Obama explains to @JeffreyToobin how he has transformed the federal courts:
At #NYerFest, Bill Hader discussed his @nbcsnl audition and creating the character of Vinny Vedecci:
.@tnyfrontrow calls the @MetOpera’s new production of Mozart’s “The Marriage of Figaro” a “synesthetic splendor”
Billy Joel hasn’t released a new pop album since 1993—but he was one of the highest-grossing pop acts this summer:
.@JeffShesol on Obama and the end of greatness: “We should probably stop knocking him for not being Lincoln.”
What I Wish I Said to the Cab Drivers Who Have Nearly Run Me Over, in @tnyshouts:
.@JohnCassidy examines three hotly contested gubernatorial races:
RT @vauhinivara: Yahoo's dynamic CEO has a boring plan.
RT @Sethrogen: This is me talking about my first ever writing job that I had in high school at the #NYerFest:
At @MillerTheatre, the composer Chaya Czernowin conjures sounds from an unknown world: @goingson
Is there such thing as a “bad book” for children? @Rebeccamead_NYC considers the debate:
RT @SteveMartinToGo: My friend Tom Hanks is now a published fiction writer. And in the New Yorker no less:
The elections on November 4th are on pace to be the most expensive midterms in history:
.@asarahlarson on a performance by Molly Ringwald the jazz singer:
Today’s daily cartoon by David Sipress. For more:
“Having something important to say isn’t the same thing as making an important movie.” A review of @DearWhitePeople:
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“Ben Bradlee was the least dull figure in the history of postwar journalism,” David Remnick writes:
Can a pro-life platform win elections? Kelefa Sanneh explores the influence of the Susan B. Anthony List:

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