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Is Tidal good for musicians? The announcement of Jay Z’s streaming service raised more questions than it answered: http://t.co/28TpHzHWqU
The draft-@SenWarren movement isn’t going away: http://t.co/ccFZCjDPz4
What austerity looks like inside Greece: http://t.co/HM4uFrGMwY
The Best Thing Goodluck Jonathan Ever Did Was to Concede: @alexis_ok on the Nigerian election http://t.co/kd0Q2AfapI
The Daily Cartoon by @EmilyFlake: http://t.co/bcjAtEobIi #AprilFools
RT @tnyCloseRead: If not a license, Indiana's RFRA is a mechanism to discriminate. Is that what the GOP wants in 2016? http://t.co/Y3SN1vSO…
In his new book, “The Truth, Finally,” Bob Zmuda lays out his argument that Andy Kaufman faked his own death: http://t.co/q167eoKRSr
Meet the casting director who discovered McLovin and Dwight Schrute: http://t.co/aRNIQUbrpO http://t.co/XeXhYw7toc
.@alicegregory on Sarah Manguso: “She has written the memoir we didn’t realize we needed.” http://t.co/uTN1I39oeS http://t.co/wdwvEZ6wFh
C. K. Scott Moncrieff’s version of Proust is far from perfect, but it is still a classic: http://t.co/9LZnumSdZr
An exclusive excerpt from the fourth volume of Karl Ove Knausgaard’s “My Struggle” http://t.co/EhAJHcwUpd
Can people tell the difference between HD and standard sound? @jmseabrook on questions raised by @TIDALHiFi: http://t.co/28TpHzHWqU
Puerto Rico should be a tourist mecca. So why is it trapped in an economic slump? http://t.co/ijnHw8lSK2 http://t.co/Ga744DyM3Z
Katie Crutchfield, of Waxahatchee, is the most celebrated musician in a burgeoning Philadelphia scene: http://t.co/0CAFKLmko3
RT @tnynewsdesk: How Dangerous Were the Edmonds Cousins? Mattathias Schwartz on ISIS recruits & U.S. counterterrorism http://t.co/CADXsQfbDv
“The stories around late night have long been more compelling than the shows themselves.” @iancrouch on @Trevornoah: http://t.co/9hgpIEF7zC
This week: a discussion about the I.R.A, the aftermath of the Troubles, and the path to peace http://t.co/0ihIfd8Jdi http://t.co/boQbBmrtxO
Paul Beatty’s “The Sellout” & @kendricklamar’s “To Pimp a Butterfly” both wrestle with the paradox of the Obama years http://t.co/9GZAHnUFTK
How Xi Jinping took control of China: http://t.co/WVC13NpYYJ #longreads
“Nearly every significant initiative of the Obama Presidency faces mortal, or nearly mortal, threats in the courts.” http://t.co/UsGCtbm7cz

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