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publishersweekly.com — One year after launching its full Web site, the Los Angeles Review of Books has published its first print edition and plans to make it a perfect bound quarterly that will be offered as a premium to kick off LARB's major membership program in June.
deadspin.com — David Foster Wallace's 2006 Times Magazine profile of Roger Federer is one of sports journalism's most famous write-arounds. Or, as Wallace wrote himself, the piece was "a spectator's experience of Federer, and its context." But the Times flew Wallace out to Wimbledon, so surely he got to spend some time with Federer, right?
slate.com — I've known Chris Funk of Black Prairie since 2003, when his other band, the Decemberists, was just starting to take off. By the time I started work on my new book, Wild Ones, in 2010, Chris and several other of the Decemberists had formed Black Prairie. We talked about collaborating...
vulture.com — Delivery Man Trailer: Vince Vaughn Is Probably Your Dad Bill Murray Becomes Just Another 'Reason' Your Son Is Crying Billions of jokes large and small pack the original run of , many of which you can imagine being birthed in a late-night writers-room spitballing session.
theatlantic.com — Ariana Lindquist/Bloomberg/Getty James Cash Penney had a dubious name for a department-store entrepreneur, sounding more like a fictional character from a capitalist comic book. For decades, the eponymous company he founded in 1902 lived up to the superheroic promise of his handle, becoming one of the most successful retailers of the 20th century.
slate.com — Brow Beat is following the Beatles in "real time," 50 years later, from their first chart-topper to their final rooftop concert. 50 years ago this month, the Beatles went on tour with one of their idols, Roy Orbison. According to Roy Orbison, when he was first asked by Brian Epstein to tour...
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