Larry King and Shawn Southwick Were Basically Swingers
And other stories of Wednesday horror.
And other stories of Wednesday horror.
The 'New Yorker' scribe approaches booze with an anthropological eye.By Daniel Maurer
The heiress pair sneaked the animals away from an irate Tila Tequila.By Katie Goldsmith
Prepare to hear the term "The Straw We" bandied about at holiday parties.By Lindsay Robertson
This is wonderful news!By Jessica Pressler
The author has skills that extend beyond writing best-selling books.By Jessica Pressler
Call traders all the names you want. Just don't ever call the markets a casino.By Heidi N. Moore
Plus: Nicole Kidman bounces on Woody Allen; Sarah Palin's book deal.By Amos Barshad
Why Malcolm Gladwell's assumptions about the game might mislead you.By Ben Mathis-Lilley
The press on Sloane Crosley's new book deal made us realize there are some names that are just tossed around too frequently in publishing.By Chris Rovzar
Smith is among the growing number of film-industry rainmakers using an argument from Malcolm Gladwell's new best seller 'Outliers' to explain their massive successBy Lane Brown
Behold! Blatant 'Blink' knockoffs.By Mark Byrne
Every critic wants to be Malcolm Gladwell. We thin-slice his critics into the following categories: Prigs, Wannabes, Accountants, and Haters.By Mark Byrne
"I got her confused. I thought she was the one who was married to John McEnroe, but that's another Patti Smith" — well, Patty Smyth.By Alisa Gould-Simon
The rides at Coney are reportedly dangerous, Malcolm Gladwell buys up more of the West Village, and a little person gets caught big pimpin' in Bed-Stuy. Ho-hum, just the start of another week in our daily boroughs report.
The 'WSJ' has compiled a list of the most influential business gurus, and estrogen levels are way down...
Upper East Side: Malcolm Gladwell revealed his big feet, gesticulated intensely, said people shouldn't be allowed to say where they went to college, and stole bloggery hearts at the 92nd St. Y the other night. [UES Informer] Bushwick: Now the hipsters are staging Punk Rock Pillow Fights. Will their crazy, ironic, lo-fi fun ever stop? [Brooklyn Rink via the vaguely anti-Semitic BushwickBK] East Harlem: A principal at a high school here sent teachers a memo telling them to dumb down their standards for the kids. Uh-huh. [NYDN] Harlem: Amid its massive, seventeen-acre expansion in the hood's west side, Columbia says it won't tear down the Cotton Club on 125th after all. That's Christian of them. [NYP]
Imagine my surprise, then, when I discovered that Steve Sailer doesn't allow readers to comment on his posts. Can you believe that? Here we have the aggrieved Steve Sailer, donning the cloak of victim as he decries my attempt at censorship. Here we have the allies of Steve Sailer, speaking out on behalf of the virutes [sic] of the free exchange of ideas, the importance of confronting one's critics, the necessity of fighting the good fight in arena of free speech. And all the while their leader is cowering behind the gates of a comment-free blog. Oh my. Is it possible that in addition to everything else, Steve Sailer is also a chicken?See? That's what's so revolutionary about the Internet: It can turn a dude with a camera phone into a photojournalist, some dorky grad students into billionaires, and, it now seems, Malcolm Gladwell into a 4-year-old. Imagine My Surprise … [Gladwell.com]
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