On their own, both The New Yorker’s recent 14,000-word report, Blood and Soil in Narendra Modi’s India, and The Daily podcast’s latest episodes on one …
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Truly I do not know what it is with male showrunners/screenwriters/etc. being so mouth-breathingly obsessed with the dramatics of a good journalism sto…
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Amanda Mull’s piece about What Happens When You Buy From Gift Guides isn’t exactly busting out any well-guarded trade secrets, but it does contextualiz…
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It’s equal parts funny and soothing to me that the secret sauce behind the sustained success of Condé Nast’s The World of Interiors — the British print…
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Happy Friday, Deezers! This week’s interview is with Mother Jones’ Rebecca Leber. We talked about what it’s like working in an increasingly crowded bea…
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I’m sure the New Yorker’s Beck profile is as life-changing as the people are saying but more importantly HAVE YOU READ the Vulture Q&A with Margaret At…
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There is something nearly hilariously unhinged about the fact that Hearst, a media company, is waging some kind of mickey mouse information campaign ag…
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GUYS I spent so much of the long weekend back home watching literal hours of TikTok, and while my brain is probs. visibly mushier from the overall expe…
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Happy Friday, Deezers! This week’s interview is our last before we take off for Thanksgiving — so naturally, we had to chat with Food & Wine’s Oset Bab…
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The best piece in New York mag’s recent ~The Future~ issue is Max Read’s prediction that In 2029, the Internet Will Make Us Act Like Medieval Peasants …
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I get that NYT food columnist Alison Roman making an entire bougie Thanksgiving meal in her “very small kitchen” “with an extremely small refrigerator”…
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What is it with Heather Havrilesky and the way she waxes transcendent about our luminous animal existence that makes us just stupidly giddy about havin…
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