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Remembering Lee Sandlin, a Genius of Midwestern Letters

I don’t think it’s an exaggeration to say that reading @ leesandlin’s “Losing the War” in 1997 turned me into a reader of history. RIP ... a man could love or hate. I suddenly knew I no longer had to ... read more

Now is the time to prepare for hummingbirds' arrival

To whet your appetite, here are a couple of eat-your-heart-out stories from last year ... Tom Houser, a senior horticulturist at Norfolk Botanical Garden, sent a photo of a sweet red-phase screech owl ... read more

Rebuilding a Home, and a Life: The Posthumous Memoir of Anthony Shadid

Instead, it came out this week, which made it both early and late ... The titular house is located in the town of Jedeidet Marjayoun, in southeastern Lebanon, hard by the Syrian border and the Golan H... read more

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Charged With a Crime? Better Check Your Facebook Pictures

Still, there’s the danger that a photo taken out of context can be disproportionately damning. In the 20-year-old’s case, he was remorseful enough to drop out of college and write apologies to the vic... read more

Who Will Buy Your Book?

Sometimes a stranger will email you out of the blue and say they loved it, and in those moments it will feel like you’ve accomplished something impossible. It will feel better than you ever thought it ... read more

The Village Voice As We Knew Her Is Dead (For Real This Time)

All i ever wanted from age 16 was to be part of it — Alan Scherstuhl (@studiesincrap) August 22, 2017 RIP Village Voice ... and yourself. as a reader and, briefly, an editor, the village voice scared ... read more

2007: The Year in PopWatch

The phrase “guilty pleasure” has long outlived its usefulness. If you really like a song or a movie or a TV show, no matter how cheesy the conventional wisdom says it is, you should feel free to say s... read more

Radio Digs Its Own Grave as Cultural Currents Shift

In the old days of the walled garden, of radio and MTV dominance ... After that, it’s a vast wasteland of sold-out stations with the same fl aw of network TV. … Trying for broad-based appeal, they app... read more

NYT Cheers the Rise of Censorship Algorithms

“In the battle against fake news, Andreas Vlachos — a Greek computer scientist living in a northern English town — is ... information could soon be vulnerable to the censorship algorithms that can qui... read more

Best of 2018 Bless Your Heart

Will throw in a grand piano, a poodle and garden gnomes. Call me! Bless our hearts, I am calling out the Tightwad Tipper ... There are some potholes in this city that you could easily hit and disappea... read more

Gilbert's Million-Dollar Pool: The Pics

The reader provides some facts, which he gleaned from one of the contractors: * The stone for the "mountain" cost nearly half a million dollars. * There are three different fish tanks, one going in th... read more

10 tributes to Mac Miller, including photo from Ariana Grande

"Our thoughts and prayers go out to his family, friends, and fans." Yesterday we lost a member of our Pittsburgh family. @MacMiller was not just a part of music, he was part of our town. Our thoughts ... read more

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