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  1. A Lifelong Stylist on Her Inspirations, Vogue, and Taking RisksLucinda Chambers tells us about being mentored by Grace Coddington, and more.
  2. get real
    Kid Rock Has Problems With Gay People and ‘FaceTweets’ in Guardian Op-Ed“I don’t FaceTweet or whatever people do.”
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    OITNB Actress Was 14 When Parents Were DeportedShe writes in the Los Angeles Times.
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    The Expendables 3 and How PG-13 Has Ruined the Modern Action MovieCan you point to any decent action in a recent big-budget American movie?
  5. editorials
    Dear Hollywood: Enough With the Orbs … and the Cubes … and the TesseractsThese are some of the lamest MacGuffins in all of cinema.
  6. weed
    The New York Times Endorses Legal Weed“Repeal prohibition, again.”
  7. male gaze
    Male Gaze: The Face of a ‘Man Who Cares’Call him Nord, James Nord.
  8. september issues
    Photos: Joan Smalls Channels Tina Turner in Latest VCarlyne Cerf de Dudzeele styled the photo shoot.
  9. the racie for gracie
    The New York Times Leads the Anthony Weiner Editorial BacklashSo, no endorsement then?
  10. Stephen Colbert Just Wants to Help You, South CarolinaThe will-they-won’t-they dance between Stephen Colbert’s Super PAC and the South Carolina Republican primary continues. In a guest editorial in […]
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    Emma Watson Forced to Tone Down Sexy W ShootShe has to maintain her good-girl image until ‘Harry Potter’ finishes filming.
  12. editorials
    Unveiled: Lily Cole’s French ‘Playboy’ SpreadIt’s pretty tame, but NSFW nonetheless.
  13. in other news
    Ad Hominem Attack on Mariah Carey in the ‘Daily News’Dude, News editorial board, what’s with this 63-word diatribe today? Cultural note: We see that the warbler Mariah Carey, who has already tied Elvis Presley as the second-place holder of the most No. 1 records, will soon, if her new hit ditty goes to the top of the charts, tie the Beatles as the first-place holder of the most No. 1 records ever. Man. That’s — that’s just wrong. On so many levels. Why, exactly, is it wrong, you guys? Because you’re a bunch of mostly white old people who don’t understand R&B? If you’ll recall, your parents thought Elvis and the Beatles were trashy, too. We won’t defend Mariah Carey’s cultural relevance in comparison to those musical giants — though we do love her. But from now on, you’re no longer allowed to wonder why young people think your newspaper is irrelevant. Off the Charts [NYDN]
  14. in other news
    Reacting to Eliot’s Mess Eliot Spitzer is still holed up in his apartment in New York, where he and his wife, Silda, have been conferring with advisers since last night. He’s weighing his options, and deciding whether to resign. Meanwhile, on the outside, the politicians and the media have descended into exactly the kind of feeding frenzy you would expect: • The Post reports that State Senate Majority Leader Joe Bruno held back from reveling in his great rival’s fall: “I feel very badly for the governor’s wife, for his children,” he said. “The important thing for the people of New York State is that people in office do the right thing.” • According to CNN, Republican state senators and assemblymen (and some Democrats) are aggressively calling for his resignation. So is the Republican Governors Association. • If Spitzer doesn’t resign before a deadline set by state Republicans, they’ve vowed to begin impeachment proceedings, reports WCBS.