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Fred Phelps, Man Who Forever Stopped March Of Gay Rights, Dead At 84

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22 mentions4 weeks ago 4 weeks ago
TOPEKA, KS—Fred Phelps Sr., the founder of the Westboro Baptist Church and the man who is widely credited with forever ending the gay rights movement in America, died today at age 84. According to biographers and historians, many of the facets of mo...

READING/ROUND TABLE: In Other Worlds...

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Authors Ghalib Islam, Adam Sternbergh and Jane Woods discuss their most recent works.

READING/ROUND TABLE: In Other Worlds...

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Authors Ghalib Islam, Adam Sternbergh and Jane Woods discuss their most recent works.

The Nation's Most Coveted Demographic Has Been Flocking To Pittsburgh

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Pittsburgh and St. Louis are showing accelerated growth among young adults despite having an overall slow-growth environment.

Mike Francesa Rails Against Paternity Leave

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I don't know why you need three days off. I'm gonna be honest. You see the birth and you get back.

After Fan Complaints, NBCU to Keep Television Without Pity and DailyCandy Archives Public

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Those recaps of "Dawson's Creek" are saved, and Pacey insults will not disappear in the digital ether!

Adam Sternbergh’s Shovel Ready is the April 2014 Future Tense Book Club title.

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What if the apocalypse comes slowly? And what if technology will let you hide from it? On Wednesday, April 9, the Future Tense Book Club will meet in Washington, D.C., to discuss Shovel Ready. The novel, by New York Times Magazine culture editor Adam Sternbergh, imagines a near-future ...

CNN Wrote The Worst Kurt Cobain Lede Ever. We Tried To Top It.

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CNN.com wrote an article about newly released photographs from the scene of Kurt Cobain's suicide. This is how that article begins:

How Television Without Pity Shaped Pop Culture

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Ever read a TV recap?

What are the great sentences in genre fiction?

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What makes a world-class literary sentence, and can genre writers ever compete with stylists such as Jane Austen or James Joyce?

Are You Cynical Enough to Hate Upworthy?

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127 mentions3 weeks ago 3 weeks ago
'Racism bad. Eat kale.'

Park Slope Kids Salon: Stop Calling Your Wifi "LuLu's Anal Bleaching"

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CITIZEN'S ARREST! A person who controls a wifi near the "combination hair salon and toy store on the increasingly stylish Fifth Avenue strip of Park Slope" called LuLu's has given his or her network a positively vulgar name. It is a name that threatens to sully the posh ...

NBCUniversal-Owned DailyCandy and Television Without Pity Will Be Shut Down

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Attempts to sell the properties were made, but apparently were unsuccessful.

Are bookstores dead, or turning a new page?

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Toronto’s booksellers are coming and going, but all is not lost