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At Vanity Fair Party, de Blasio Navigates New Terrain: The Red Carpet

nytimes.com — Flashbulbs popped as Anna Wintour greeted Robert De Niro and Harvey Weinstein. Courteney Cox and Christy Turlington caught up by the bar. John McEnroe and Ron Howard posed for pictures nearby. And in one corner of the room, Mayor Bill de Blasio was discussing the finer points of Canadian social democracy.
Love this tale of @deBlasioNYC first Vanity Fair gala. Great @grynbaum writing puts you right in the room. nytimes.com/2014/04/25/nyr…
"Well, I don’t think we’re trying for glamour" BdB goes to a VF party and it's a little awks, by @grynbaum nytimes.com/2014/04/25/nyr…
RT @Azi: “Well, I don’t think we’re trying for glamour.” —@BilldeBlasio // fun write up via @grynbaum: nyti.ms/1mEPRmU
party politics: @BildeBlasio & Ray Kelly avoid each other; BDB & @nygovCuomo "held court @ opposite ends of the room” nyti.ms/1mEPRmU
“Well, I don’t think we’re trying for glamour.” —@BilldeBlasio // fun write up via @grynbaum: nyti.ms/1mEPRmU
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Christine Lagarde is throwing shade at Larry Summers.

nytimes.com — Ms. Lagarde, managing director of the International Monetary Fund, wrote a profile of the Federal Reserve chairwoman Janet Yellen for the latest issue of the Time 100, Time magazine's annual list of the most influential people in the world. Here's how Ms. Lagarde described her reaction to Ms. Yellen's confirmation: "And I had a big smile too.
RT @tomkeene: Christine Lagarde is throwing shade at Larry Summers. - NYTimes.com @joshbarro nyti.ms/1gUUiFt
Christine Lagarde is throwing shade at Larry Summers. - NYTimes.com @joshbarro nyti.ms/1gUUiFt
Is this the first time NYTimes has published the phrase "throwing shade?" Can we expect a trend story soon? nyti.ms/1roXuOx
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The Real House Candidates of Beverly Hills

nytimes.com — Brent Roske lives on a 45-foot yacht off the coast of Marina del Rey, which is technically on the Pacific Ocean, but for jurisdictional purposes is considered part of the city of Los Angeles and, more to the point, the 33rd Congressional District of California.
RT @nytimes: Inside the race to represent California's absurdly wealthy, and sometimes just absurd, 33rd district nyti.ms/QBJlTc
RT @murphymike: Hilarious @MarkLeibovich takedown on the race for Congress in America's most tiresome and self important CD: nytimes.com/2014/04/27/mag…
"Schiff has many opinions about politics, which we were obligated to hear because he once worked in TV White House." nytimes.com/2014/04/27/mag…
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Slavery Nostalgia Is Real, and It's Dangerous

takingnote.blogs.nytimes.com — Northerners may be a little shocked that anyone could feel a bit nostalgic for slavery, in the manner of the government-hating Nevada rancher, Cliven Bundy. But in the South, such sentiments are hardly unheard of, even if they are usually muttered in private over a few bourbons rather than spoken at a news conference.
RT @fordfess: Lovely, almost eloquent essay from #fstonenyt. Except gratuitous remark about mustard based barbecue sauce. #uncouth takingnote.blogs.nytimes.com/2014/04/24/sla…
A smart piece on slavery nostalgia in the South, and its connection to anti-gay sentiment in South Carolina. nyti.ms/1fvoo29
RT @fordfess: Lovely, almost eloquent essay from #fstonenyt. Except gratuitous remark about mustard based barbecue sauce. #uncouth takingnote.blogs.nytimes.com/2014/04/24/sla…
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