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Excerpt: "The new law explicitly forbids any suggestion that queer love is equal to that of heterosexuals, but what constitutes
I don't want to give up on technology, it's part of my life, part of who I am. That said, I do want to make it work for me so that I can be a complete person.
But beyond the immediate and paramount importance of Youngman finally figuring out how to be the most trill-y, his piece
"Champ had a compulsive personality, whether it was sex, drugs or money," a friend of Snavely's told Miller. "He wanted all
Bonus #3: And if you really just can't get enough stories about old ships, read Jeff Himmelman's story in The New York Times
4. The New Music Economy "Back in the day, we definitely did not make enough money to keep up with two children and health
Perhaps. But you should definitely read to the end of Laskas' article -- and not just to find out whether Lenape Valley succeeds
"In Za’atari, the dispossession is absolute," Remnick writes. "Everyone has lost his country, his home, his equilibrium. Most
Now he's back. Forget Daft Punk -- the new Nine Inch Nails album, "Hesitation Marks," is one of the most highly anticipated
When it does, it will have an impressive array of newfangled security features, Chris Jones writes in Esquire: a watermark
And for all the talk of jet-setting with bold-faced names like Carine Roitfeld and Gloria von Thurn und Taxis -- there are
3. The Confessions Of Innocent Men But if you decide to see the movie anyway (or even if you don't), it's worth reading Katie
In this week's issue of @Huffington Radley Balko takes a close look at prosecutorial misconduct in Louisiana and beyond, and
4. The Show Must Go On Anthony Weiner's latest sexting scandal makes it an especially good time to read Maureen O'Connor's
"It's about how we tell the narrative from the beginning, so that we're not setting people up to think we're going to win
Bonus: In a sure sign of collusion in the magazine industry, Drake is on the cover of July's GQ, undoubtedly feeding the
A few years ago, at a Las Vegas convention for magicians, Penn Jillette, of the act Penn and Teller, was introduced to a