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In fighting Ebola, organizations sometimes end up fighting each other. @felixsalmon on why we shouldn’t be concerned:
RT @NYerFiction: Etgar Keret on smoking pot, intimacy, Israeli xenophobia, and his story in this week's issue.
There's nothing mellow about @sleafordmods’ music, which comes to @wickbrooklyn this Saturday:
Find all our coverage of the shooting of Michael Brown, the grand jury’s finding, and the #Ferguson protests:
The photographer Siri Kaur travelled to impersonator conventions in Las Vegas to photograph characters:
.@RamyEssam, the singer known as the bard of the Egyptian revolution, visits New York for the first time:
RT @felixsalmon: Wherein I somehow connect @ftrain’s piece on HTML5 with the NYT’s concern-trolling about Ebola:
George Packer shares his reasons to be thankful, in an ideal world:
MT @NewYorkerVideo: Judith Thurman prepares her favorite party dish for us: turbot with a pistachio crust.
“Being of sound mind and empty stomach, I voluntarily execute this order.” Thanksgiving Food-Coma D.N.R., by @cnissan
Some of the biggest scoops of the baseball off-season are being broken by teen-agers on Twitter:
RT @tnyCloseRead: Darren Wilson’s “Demon”
With his cover for next week’s issue, Bob Staake comments on the tragic rift in the wake of #Ferguson. An early look:
Today’s daily cartoon by @dsipress:
.@JeffreyToobin on Robert McCulloch and the misuse of a grand jury: #Ferguson
Is Internet addiction a real thing?
“Their success comes from a shared anger and willingness to fight.” @runjewels plays @stage48nyc this weekend:
“For some reason, he has a guilty conscience ... He wants to get into Heaven.” –Jane Fonda on Ted Turner: #TNYarchive
Jill Lepore on a decades-old theft that changed the history of the Supreme Court:
For Václav Havel, “despair was indeed an unforgivable sin.” David Remnick on his legacy of moral leadership:

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