And yet, Mar a Lago continues to exist.
I found his story about Robert Caro escaping the zoo in Ohio very moving, though.
How writers got their agents + have you smoked crack = Bill Clegg Tuesday here at the Awl!
Taste this, it's awful!
Despite telling friends it "gets better" (that was wrong) I was more disappointed than anything else with SSTLS. Great idea. Alas, the "future" of the book suggested a whole lot of funny, interesting ideas to come, for the most part, refused to sketch them out further, all the way through. That's what I like about SciFi (or disaster) books, and without an interesting love story to bolster the lack of detail, I was left wanting more and (while feeling like I'd had enough of the allusions to something clever he was holding back).
This finally completes Michael Joseph Gross' trilogy of articles on crazy celebrity ladies and their exorbitant wardrobe budgets, along with Britney Spears and Paris Hilton.
This is what Gene Weingarten meant when he used the hed "A digital salute to online journalism," right?
You know, NYU students get internships and summer jobs too, and they're a lot less pretentious about it, last time I checked.
Also: newspaper internships, yay! I guess the slots for internships learning how to operate a telegraph at Western Union were all filled?
Literally, she's their Mom. All of 'em.
I'm not so sure Josh is beloved. It's more like he's a living, (heavily) breathing embodiment of "why haven't I made it yet?" Anyway, I guess Time overlooked the freebies because the wedding wasn't sponsored by Thrillist?