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newyorker.com — Something monumental has been happening, by stealthy stages, to art in New York. On May 23rd, it will stand fully revealed: the architectural renovation and wholesale rehanging of the Metropolitan Museum's core collections of pre-modern European art, enlarged by the annexation of galleries formerly devoted to temporary exhibitions.
stevebuttry.wordpress.com — A new editor is taking on a demanding job that doesn't leave you much time. You probably will think you're too busy for a blog. But editors should blog. I fully understand thinking that you're too busy to blog.
theweek.com — reek yogurt has seen an astronomical growth in sales over the past half decade - but it may be taking an unexpected toll on the environment. While it takes one cup of milk to produce one cup of traditional yogurt, it takes at least three cups of milk to produce a single cup of the thicker, healthier Greek variety.
mashable.com — Wired is debuting a new look for its June issue, which hits newsstands Tuesday. The magazine has been completely made over by Scott Dadich, who before being named editor-in-chief last November worked as creative director of Wired from 2006 to 2010.
businessinsider.com — We've all experienced it: The nasty bitter taste when you accidentally take a swig of orange juice after brushing your teeth. The next time your friends at brunch complain about this phenomena, get ready to drop some knowledge on them.
huffingtonpost.com — ESPN is laying off a large number of employees on Tuesday, according to report from Deadspin. A source told the website that the amount of layoffs could be in the hundreds. ESPN issued a statement on the layoffs, via Richard Deitsch of Sports Illustrated.
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