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  1. Could a Restaurant Receive a Worse Review?Critic Jay Rayner eviscerated Paris’s Le Cinq.
  2. Awful Things
    Guardian Says Shrimp Sold at Walmart and Costco Comes From Slave LaborA ‘Guardian’ investigation ties shrimp at several major retailers to fishmeal produced on Thai slave ships.
  3. spy games
    Edward Snowden’s Best Guardian Q&A ResponsesHe says he’s not a spy.
  4. lads will be lads
    British Esquire Admits It’s Not Interested in Women’s BrainsNext time, just lie.
  5. scandal-stained wretches
    British Police Attempting to Force Guardian Into Giving Up Phone-Hacking SourcesWhy ever would Scotland Yard be going after journalists?
  6. hackgate
    Another British Journalist Admits to Phone Hacking — This Time at the Guardian“The trick was a simple one.”
  7. scandal-stained wretches
    Stick to Baked Goods, Jonnie MarblesThe comedian who pied Murdoch writes an op-ed for the ‘Guardian.’ It’s a lot less compelling than his stunt.
  8. San Francisco Bay Guardian
    Guardian Gets Cute with Best of the BayThe Guardian’s Readers choose wisely, but the editors picks get a little twisted up.
  9. good reads
    Generation X Is the Latest of The Guardian’s Digested ClassicsYour favorite books, summarized and critiqued in less than 700 words.
  10. company town
    Stephen Colbert Backlash: The Fall’s Hottest TrendMEDIA • The American version of the Guardian hits our shores! [Guardian via Gawker] • Stephen Colbert is leading Bill Richardson, Dennis Kucinich, and Mike Gravel in national polls; the media backlash has already begun. [WP, HuffPo, Gawker] • ASME announced the finalists for the 2007 best magazine cover. They must have missed the backlash memo: Colbert is featured three times, more than any other star. [ASME]