Updated 11:30 a.m. with a statement from The New Yorker In July 2010, The New Yorker published reporter David Grann's story about "a Canadian forensic art expert named Peter Paul Biro, who, during the past several years, has pioneered a radical new approach to authenticating pictures." "The Mark of ... More >>
Chris Guider, the latest Scientology executive to leave and say that David Miscavige gets slappyReporter Steve Cannane e-mailed this morning to alert us to a story on Lateline, a program on Australia's ABC network. The piece describes the defection of yet another Scientology executive who say ... More >>
daves-musings-etc.blogspot.comSeems just like yesterday that kids were once content with internships at Morgan Stanley and Conde Nast. Hell, once kids were happy with spending the summer slinging burgers at the local drive-thru. Well, not anymore. Given our country's love of locavore life, ... More >>
Well, here we are. The final Press Clips. COME ON, POOKIE! Let's burn this mothafucka down!
By all accounts, the bedbug front keeps getting scarier. See "Sick Fucks Now Promoting Bedbug-Infestation as a Revenge Tactic." But what, really, is the state of the bedbug? Is all this talk just a bunch of fear-mongering? Or is the city's battle over bedbugs just beginning? We caught up with ... More >>
Random House Publishing Group announced today that former Gourmet Editor-in-Chief will be joining the staff, both as a contract author and as an Editor-at-Large. In the former capacity, she has three books on the drawing board: a memoir of her days at Gourmet, as yet untitled; a book called T ... More >>
Gardeners rallied outside City Hall in response to the city's proposed rules that will soon govern roughly 300 community gardens in an effort to ensure the gardens remain open. [Wall Street Journal] Kombucha maker Vibranz is the first producer to be back on the shelves at Whole Foods, after ... More >>
It's Summer, and as we all know, many businesses get slow in the summer. Media is one of these businesses, and in media, you have to diversify in order to stay afloat, or something. It's bad enough you have to concern yourself with the terrible fate of blogger burnout in this heat! But making ... More >>
Goodbye to all of that!
The Taliban conduct a night ambush against U.S. troops on January 24. A commenter on this YouTube video wrote: "holy cow, tracer rounds are so cool!" Yeah, really cool. What a Sunday in sports and terror: Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer fought to the death in a Grand Slam final, and so did the Pit ... More >>
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