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December 17, 2012
Neither Bullets Nor Blades

Yet paramedics were still busy on the NYPD’s historic day.

December 17, 2012
Noble Nerds

Team Obama has found a way to reframe its brutish election victory.

December 17, 2012
65. Because the Guy Next to You At the Coffee Shop Might Be a 29-Year-Old Poetry Scholar From Beijing Translating the Works of Allen Ginsberg Into Mandarin.

Ming Hui believes his country needs versions of “Howl” and “America” truer to their author’s original intent.

December 10, 2012
American Idols

Excerpts from historian Dixon Wecter’s 1941 study, The Hero in America.

December 17, 2012
66. Because an NYU Professor Tried to Start a Colony in Honduras.

Paul Romer had a grand plan to solve the intractable problem of stagnant growth.

December 17, 2012
64. Because La Guardia High School Is Still Churning Out Talent.

In the span of a year, Azealia Banks has released two well-regarded mix tapes and recorded a proper album.

December 17, 2012
63. Because Even The Onion Gets Sentimental About the City.

What the newspaper’s editor misses since its move this past summer to Chicago.

December 17, 2012
61. Because the Wildest Nouveau Rave in Town Is Thrown By a Jubilant, Militant Feminist.

“it’s all about the ecstasy and pussy.”

December 17, 2012
62. Because Andrew Sullivan Is Learning to Love It Here.

"There is general grotesque rudeness but specific prolific kindness in this metropolis."

December 17, 2012
“Joe Paterno Is Not Something We Dabble In”

Readers of the Harrisburg Patriot-News grapple with the legacy of Penn State’s fallen icon.

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