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Metro Columnist — New York Times
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Staff Writer, New York Times Magazine

Teddy Thompson’s Folk-Rock Family Reunion — One evening last fall, Teddy Thompson stepped onto the stage at the Purple Crayon, a cultural center in Hastings-on-Hudson, not far from New York City.

The Mystery of the Ghost Stroller Deepens

Megan Smith: ‘You Can Affect Billions of People’ — The former Google executive talks with Susan Dominus about why more techies should consider Washington - in spite of the BlackBerrys. Now that you work at the White House, approximately how many times a day do you find yourself thinking, God, we did this so much better at Google?

Cristela Alonzo Wants to Make America Laugh — One day in 1987, an 8-year-old girl named Cristela Alonzo was sent to the principal's office at her elementary school in San Juan, Tex. Ordinarily a good student and a teacher-pleaser, she felt something welling up inside her that day that could not be contained.

Connie Britton Interview - Connie Britton on Motherhood and Plastic Surgery - Redbook — "I would love to be doing this with a partner, and I want Yoby to have a father figure. But I also know that putting that kind of pressure on myself or on a relationship would be disastrous. It's funny-my married friends tell me all the time, 'What you have is so much easier.'

Eugenie Bouchard Could Be Tennis’s Next Big Shot — The sun was just starting to fade on the evening of Aug. 5 when Eugenie Bouchard, the eighth-ranked women's tennis player in the world, walked onto center court at the Rogers Cup tournament in Montreal. Immediately the audience rose to its feet and roared.

Glamour Exclusive: — Everyone knew Geena Rocero was a model, but they had no idea she was transgender-and had taken hormones and had surgery to be the gorgeous woman they admired. In a Glamour exclusive, she tells Susan Dominus why she risked her dream career to go public.

Reflections on Witnessing Heroin Use Up Close — After the New York Times Magazine published my article " Addict. Informant. Mother. " last week, a portrait of Ann, a heroin addict, I heard one question more than any other: Were you actually in the bathroom with her? The question referred to a scene in which Ann went into a bathroom at a grocery store and injected herself with heroin.

Addict. Informant. Mother. — One day last summer, Ann and her husband, Tom, walked two and a half hours to reach Hazleton, a onetime mining town in eastern Pennsylvania. They had lived there until July, when they were evicted and moved in with Ann's mother in Sugarloaf, a more affluent township nearby.

The Mystery of 18 Twitching Teenagers in Le Roy — Before the media vans took over Main Street, before the environmental testers came to dig at the soil, before the doctor came to take blood, before strangers started knocking on doors and asking question after question, Katie Krautwurst, a high-school cheerleader from Le Roy, N.Y., woke up from a nap.
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Nov 19, 2014

Larry Flynt's office looked to @laurakipnis as if "armies of rival decorators had fought and died on the job." Read her book, called MEN.

Nov 16, 2014

Fascinating story on challenges of fundraising at community colleges, prt. 2 of @GiniaBellafante's important series:

Nov 11, 2014

If you have ever wronged, or been wronged-if you are, in short, a human--read @HannaRosin on today's Stephen Glass:

Nov 11, 2014

"He destroy evidence of his hacking and took an ax to his computer": a great stranger-than-fiction read:

Nov 11, 2014

RT @brainpicker: Mary Gaitskill, who is 60 today, on the 6 motives of creativity and why writers write

Nov 11, 2014

RT @jbsgreenberg: For 11 years, victim's family had no idea she had died b/c of GM defect, then @rachelabramsNY told them. Amazing.

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