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dnainfo.com — GREENPOINT - Park Slope resident Christie Walsh remembers in detail the night she made a trip over to Greenpoint and ended up going home with a guy she'd met at a bar. He became her boyfriend - but after a couple of early trips to his place she learned never to venture to his place during their six-month relationship.
theaustralian.com.au — PORT Moresby is one of the world's most dangerous cities, but photojournalist and war correspondent Stephen Dupont found it a rich source for his latest portraiture. The Sydney-based photographer, who has covered conflicts in Afghanistan, Iraq and Rwanda and been published in Vanity Fair and The New Yorker, chose to document detribalisation in Papua New Guinea's crime-ridden capital after he was awarded a Robert Gardner Fellow in Photography in 2010.
online.wsj.com — Last week's ruling by the New York Department of State on what titles real-estate brokers can use-like vice president or managing director-created confusion in the industry and prompted a large trade organization to ask for a clarification. The matter might not be completely put to rest for some time.
Janet Malcolm review: Forty-One False Starts, Journalist and the Murderer, and all her other books considered.slate.com — The most exciting-to-read works of journalism often betray little evidence of how tedious they were to report. Baroque murder trials come with thousands of pages of court transcripts. Corporate fraud is found in boxes full of financial documents. At the heart of high-stakes stories is usually a knot of red...
nytimes.com — You know you're in hipster Brooklyn when someone who looks like a 19th-century farmer tells you that his line of work is "affinity marketing." I had fallen into conversation with the affinity marketer (beard, plaid flannel shirt, vintage work boots) in the lobby of the Wythe hotel in Williamsburg, a beehive of instrument-bearing musicians, nose-pierced locals and twentysomethings who use the word "ridiculous" in nonpejorative contexts.
themonthly.com.au — The Saboteur Still ready to serve: Rudd's backers refuse to give up agitating for his return © Andrew Taylor/Fairfax Syndication When I say to my parliamentary colleagues and to the people at large across Australia that I would not challenge for the Labor leadership - I believe in honouring my word.
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