Staff Writer, The Atlantic
Atlantic writer. Coffee drinker.
businessinsider.com — Last month, legendary hedge fund trader Paul Tudor Jones made some controversial comments about why there are so few female traders at the University of Virginia symposium on a panel with Julian Robertson and John Griffin. The Washington Post has obtained video footage of the panel via a Freedom of Information Act request.
npr.org — Sports-talk radio was abuzz this morning with some comments that Sergio Garcia, the professional golfer, made about his frequent foil, Tiger Woods. "We'll have him 'round every night," Garcia said. "We will serve fried chicken," Garcia said.
theatlantic.com — It's prom season -- for the planets. Every couple of years, give or take, planets get together in the night sky in such a way that they seem to be aligned with each other. They seem to be, really -- from Earth's perspective -- shyly approaching each other, asking each other to dance.
aeonmagazine.com — In February, I attended the wedding of a former colleague in Washington, DC. The reverend's homily touched on the role that food had played in the bride and groom's relationship. Their love, cultivated while sharing meals, reflects the role of food in the human experience.
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