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Metro Columnist — New York Times
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The National Front’s Post-Charlie Hebdo Moment — St.-Raphaël,a resort town on the French Riviera, is subdued in January, suspended in a state of waiting. Its seaside carousel is brilliantly lit but scarcely used, its hotels are mostly shuttered, its streets are nearly deserted by nightfall. On Jan.

Jane Pratt on Why Writing for Young Women Never Gets Old — The editor talks with Susan Dominus about navigating the pitfalls of online publishing. Your web magazine for women, xoJane, is being sold by its parent company, Say Media. Say wants to focus on its tech platform and not on publishing content. Is this the beginning of the end for the wave of so-called platishers?

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.

Getting to ‘No’ - — The night started, as so many college nights do, with a red cup pressed into a hand. Ubiquitous at tail gates and parties, those bright plastic cups are a harbinger of carnival, of unleashing. The hand around the cup was mine.

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.
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Feb 28, 2015

@chashomans forgive me if you've seen this, but I wrote about that factory a few years back--very different take:

Feb 26, 2015

Before cops raided that maraschino cherry factory, Brooklyn's hepped up bees already had. My story from 2010:

Feb 25, 2015

@amyvirshup The bees' tragic vice--maraschino cherry juice. Seems pretty innocent in light of this breaking story.

Feb 24, 2015

@CChivvis you really see it in young men. I heard sense of humiliation/powerlessness in voices of young male fn members.

Feb 23, 2015

Oh, @page88, how I love your even your most terrifying emails (esp. those):

Feb 23, 2015

The Jewish organization in my article on the #FN that was the punchline of a money-grubbing Jewish joke? CRIF:…

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