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"Who is the true monster? Me, an 8ft colossus created from human viscera? Or could it be you?"
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Eric Owens brings his soulful, bass-baritone voice to the @GOpera through August 22:
Sipping wine after tableware’s Fashion Week with the president of Riedel Crystal:
In May, @BorowitzReport predicted different consequences for Tom Brady after Deflategate:
Sue and Hector Badeau felt a calling to help children in need, and ended up adopting twenty:
Peter Schjeldahl reviews Stanley Whitney's latest exhibit at the @studiomuseum:
Donald Trump’s troubles are just beginning, @JohnCassidy writes:
Can American Apparel afford to keep making clothes in the U.S.?
“What Pet Should I Get?” is an amiable stroll through Seussdom:
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The man behind the energizing words: "One, two, THREE o’clock, four o’clock ROCK."
Besides invigorating dance floors, "Rock Around the Clock" redefined rock and roll:
Today's Daily Cartoon by Tom Toro. See more of Tom's cartoons here:
It's the apocalypse, and Jack Handey can't cancel his subscription to "Cannibalism Today"
How a radical finance minister took on Europe—and failed:
A desire to dodge traffic inspired this week's cover, “Endless Summer," by Mark Ulriksen:
If someone offers you ten thousand dollars or ten trees, take the trees:
A leafy sidewalk or a forest scene can make us feel richer, younger, and more focussed:
While politicians block reform, what is happening to immigrant families?
Pervasive corruption in Putin's Russia claims a high-profile victim:

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