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NY Review of Books
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Freeman Dyson on a new book of photos taken by cameras on the Hubble Space Telescope bit.ly/1QaBmDX pic.twitter.com/zw2GdQ7lkF
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"Training Young Doctors" On the grueling pace of medical residency: bit.ly/1J2dX7m (Lara Goitein, @nybooks) pic.twitter.com/zdVuV4GxIB
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Who still supports Assad in Syria? Watch our latest collaboration with @nybooks: bit.ly/1FzYo5Q pic.twitter.com/BCPAdvXqr5
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ISIS’s 9 mos in Tikrit was "disaster w/o precedent" in its modern history. An inside account: bit.ly/1A8Um43 pic.twitter.com/w8eNH3uHP4
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Anthony Grafton looks at the vivid, surprising, and very weird world of Piero di Cosimo j.mp/1EdsGqT pic.twitter.com/NfmFhtMMZs
A tensile tent roof that Pritzker winner Frei Otto designed for the 1972 Olympics j.mp/1IhsiMV` pic.twitter.com/ppkyJkCSf7
A beautiful essay that Nadja Tesich, star of Eric Rohmer’s short film, wrote with @lucy_mckeon j.mp/1bEtbm3 pic.twitter.com/aT6YZwcJOA
Gore Vidal on his memories of "Hollywood's most grinding bore," Ronald Reagan. long.fm/ZZY2lq7 (@nybooks) pic.twitter.com/CDY8X65bwN
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Oleksiy, a war tattooist in Ukraine. “Everyone needs to find their niche… It raises morale.” j.mp/1EigTel pic.twitter.com/nTquVUazUn
Battle with a Cheyenne Chief: a drawing by Mató Topé, an artist of the Mandan tribe, 1833 j.mp/1FWMYoO pic.twitter.com/5Wu92NPc9N
J. Hoberman on the genius of Hou and THE PUPPETMASTER (1993), which screens for free this Sat: bit.ly/1FMqOe2 pic.twitter.com/uA9zfV1Kn5
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‘Manet Paints Monet’: On the (not always amiable) acquaintance between the two great painters j.mp/1FFQzYa pic.twitter.com/KPhjpaRnKu
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My favorite Frankfurter theorist, Siegfried Kracauer, as photographer. In @nybooks: j.mp/1MLAtph pic.twitter.com/MokHyZ8UQi
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Theodor Adorno, age sixteen. Adorno was Kracauer’s onetime protégé and long-term frenemy bit.ly/1y5rbOj pic.twitter.com/00ETBDyj5D
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I loved this @jynnnne poem on the ecological decay that surrounds the Antarctic glacier: bit.ly/1NIXWCp. pic.twitter.com/p7UTfozXte
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