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  1. last night on late night
    Thirsty Call Me by Your Name Fans Keep Handing Armie Hammer PeachesIf he’d eaten the peach, maybe he wouldn’t have this problem!
  2. Everyone Was Talking About the Call Me by Your Name Peach at the Gotham Awards“I have a visceral feeling every time I see a peach now that flashes me back to Europe.”
  3. peaches
    Luca Guadagnino Is Planning Call Me by Your Name Sequels, Before Sunrise StyleThe next movie would be set in the 1990s and released in 2020.
  4. shortages
    Freak Weather Has Decimated the South’s Peach SuppliesNow a shortage is looming just in time for summer.
  5. Peaches on Trump, Touring, and Turning 50The electro-pop star is as raunchy as ever.
  6. shortages
    Northeast Braces for Devastating Peach ShortageThe region’s crop was decimated by a mid-February freeze.
  7. Peaches’ ‘Most Insane Video Ever’ Is Gloriously NSFWIt’s your Burning Man orgy fantasy come to life.
  8. hot doggin
    Peaches Rubs Another One Out“Sometimes I think people who don’t know me say, ‘Why is that old lady trying to be Miley Cyrus?’”
  9. videology
    Peaches Has Some Phallic Fun With Margaret Cho in Her ‘Dick in the Air’ VideoHere’s your Halloween-costume inspiration.
  10. music videos
    Peaches Got Kim Gordon to Play Her Wrestling Coach and Generally Not Give a F*ckDo all wrestling trainers vape this much?
  11. Teaches of Peaches
    Here’s How to Get Your Hands on the Freshest Georgia PeachesThe Peach Truck is making its NYC debut July 17 to 19.
  12. Grub Guides
    16 New Peach Desserts That You Need to Order As Soon As PossibleAt Prune, Meadowsweet, Bar Primi, and more.
  13. feist
    Watch Feist’s Wild Cover of ‘November Rain’Feist lives up to her name, goes to town on a piñata.
  14. headshots
    March’s Best Entertainment PhotographyChord Overstreet, Vanessa Hudgens, and more in this month’s Best Entertainment Photography.
  15. Men in Fancy Pants, or None at AllSouth Florida + warm weather + art parties = some delightful style choices.
  16. Menus
    Bistro St. Tropez Offers Peachy-Tomatoey Love Throughout AugustThe two prix fixe menus highlighting tomatoes and peaches will be available nightly.
  17. Mediavore
    Thieves Steal 980 Boxes of Bananas in Vineland; Heat Wave Propmts Early PeachPlus Cinnabon reinvents itself, and the country’s most influential wine critic plans to retire, all in our morning news roundup.
  18. music
    Peaches Releases Mockumentary-Style Music Video, ‘Show Stopper’Peaches: “Do I have a camel toe?”
  19. Mediavore
    Wine Kiosks Are Coming to Philly This Fall; Jersey Peaches Arrive Sooner andPlus McDonald’s banks on beef-up beverage line for a better bottom line, and Chuck Schumer calls for crack down on malt beverages targeted at children all in our morning news roundup.
  20. music
    Listen to Christina Aguilera’s Collaboration With Le Tigre and Peaches, ‘My Girls’Still pretty dull!
  21. the flaming lips
    The Flaming Lips to Tour With Dark SideWayne Coyne’s crew are bringing their Pink Floyd homage to you.
  22. Mediavore
    Jamie Oliver Makes Criminal Employee Confess; Starbucks Going Lo-CalThe Naked Chef does some detective work and a mega-coffee chain seeks to get fit.
  23. right-click
    Peaches: Still Weird!Just check out the video for “Relax.”
  24. out on the weekend
    The Weekend’s Concerts, From Metallica to PeachesPlus: the Cool Kids, Amanda Palmer, Crystal Stilts, Shonen Knife, the Pains of Being Pure at Heart, and Art Brut.
  25. What to Eat
    What to Eat from Craft’s Masumoto Peach Tasting MenuMasumoto peaches fall on Craft’s special tasting menu in August.
  26. Mediavore
    Hot Wings on the Horizon; Hollingsworth on Ramsay
  27. Mediavore
    Piven Pissed About Sushi Jokes; Local Teachers Study Global FoodsJeremy Piven throws a fit over Kattan’s sushi barbs while UCLA offers L.A. high school teachers a look at international food cultures.
  28. Mediavore
    Scooter’s Problematic Chairs; Smarter ButchersPlus: A great summer for peaches; bell peppers’ defendants.
  29. Mediavore
    Fewer Restaurants Will Fail Inspections; Butchers Get an EducationPlus: counterfeit wines, and delicious peaches, all in our morning news roundup.
  30. Mediavore
    Supermarkets Educate Butchers; Local Chefs Work Around BlightPlus: Graydon Carter slums in the cafeteria, and counterfeit wine in Italy, all in our morning news roundup.
  31. when celebrities design
    Forecasting Peaches Geldof’s Collection for PPQShe says it’s inspired by her personal style, so we’ve assembled a Peaches look book.
  32. Other Critics
    Socarrat’s Paella Impresses Bruni; Ramsay at the London Still WeakAlso in our review roundup: Cuozzo enjoys himself at Le Cirque’s wine bar; Freeman orders off the menu at Bar Pitti; and Sietsema talks dirty in Kensington.
  33. Neighborhood Watch
    20 Percent Off As Sheridan Square’s New Menu Previews; New Haven PizzaThe futures of Chickie Pig’s and YourAsian don’t look bright, and where to find exotic tacos in Queens, in today’s neighborhood food news.
  34. In the Magazine
    Platt on Scarpetta; Recession-Era Lemonade StandsPlus openings, fava beans, and Gael Greene in this week’s magazine.
  35. right-click
    Madonna Delivers a Sugar RushPlus a new track from Silver Jews, Snoop’s country move, and a Peaches remix of the B-52s.
  36. last night's gig
    Peaches Sees Alanis’s ‘Humps,’ Raises Her One Pair of Fudge-Stained PantiesSmutty diva Peaches, who virtually defined the porno-electro rage of the new millennium with her mind-numbingly catchy song “Fuck the Pain Away,” took the stage last night at the HighLine Ballroom, and truly brought the filth.
  37. in other news
    Remnick Reveals ‘New Yorker’ Hiring CriteriaThough they probably made it difficult for j-school students to score juicy interviews, recent revelations of superpower editors in the media have made us feel that we’re not sure the days of the shy and retiring redliner — RIP, William Shawn — were so bad after all. In today’s Independent, New Yorker editor David Remnick rapidly reduces our opinion of him as he tells us that he went to a fancy college — “God knows why” — his worst trait as a journalist is his “lack of concentration,” Iraq is “so depressing,” and though he doesn’t “write so much,” as the editor, he gets to be himself “with all its grave limitations.” False modesty is all very well, but Remnick’s ruminations about himself as a child make us worry that some of those grave limitations have totally carried over into the magazine’s present incarnation. Remembering his own precocious youth, Remnick confesses: “If I come across a kid who’s 12 or 13, who seems a little pretentious and doesn’t really quite know what he or she is talking about, I think that’s OK. It means they’re interested.” Ladies and gentleman, you heard it here. The mystery of Adam Gopnik’s ascendance at the mag … SOLVED. David Remnick: ‘New Yorker’ Stories [Independent]
  38. neighborhood watch
    The Splasher Goes Corporate?East Village: The partly opened Bowery Hotel may be inspiring an Old Brooklyn–style black-star design trend in the area. [Curbed] Gramercy: Does replacing fluorescent lighting with track lighting make an otherwise cookie-cutter Dunkin’ Donuts outlet upscale? [The Real Estate/NYO] Greenpoint: Whoever pays $2.5 million for an unlandmarked Victorian gem will likely tear it down to rebuild on its ample land. [Brownstoner] Harlem: Say good-bye to the Sugar Shack, home to great D.J.’s, dancing, poetry readings, and all-around uptown fun. [Uptown Flavor] Red Hook: Looks like Ikea is joining the infamous “Splasher” in the assault on Brooklyn street art. [Gowanus Lounge] Williamsburg: And speaking of the Splasher, does new evidence suggest that the culprit is actually … American Apparel!?!? [i’m not sayin, i’m just sayin]
  39. At the Market
    Cute! Kiwiberries and Other Fresh ‘Babies’ In a culture that prizes youth, it’s no surprise that we’ll pay twice as much for a half-size fruit or vegetable if it’s called a “baby.” But are those Lilliputian Brussels sprouts and their ilk actually young? And do they have a special taste?
  40. intel
    Cursed Brooklynites Seek Relief What doesn’t Brooklyn have? An ad in today’s Metro promised to undo the curses that plague us, be they addictions, debt, rage, or witchcraft. But if you can’t make it out to the Universal Church in Bedford-Stuyvesant on Friday night at seven, call ahead and reserve a prayer. We asked for help in getting rid of our migraines, and the gentleman working the phones added us to the list. Doctors “won’t fix all your problems,” he said, encouraging us to stop by the church sometime: “How can you taste the food if you never go in the restaurant?” Caution to the cursed: Our man said the phone has been ringing ever since the ad hit the streets, so your prayer may not be answered in a timely fashion. —Jocelyn Guest Metro New York [Official site]
  41. the follow-up
    Last Week in Minor MisunderstandingsIn this installment of our remarkably lax-on-ourselves annotated errata, we’re not quite apologizing for a Nader flub, a Central Park slight, and another Brooklyn border gerrymander. But we do find it necessary to clarify a few things.
  42. grub street
    Rats Ruin It for Everyone Grub Street brings us the worrisome news that the New York City Department of Health is going all vigilante on area restaurants following last week’s embarrassing rat infestations. This weekend’s victims? West Village stalwart John’s Pizzeria and neighboring Risotteria. Operators of both restaurants were furious, as were thwarted customers. Grub Street has all the dirt (which may or may not be in the restaurants themselves). Customers Rush to Pizzeria’s Defense [Grub Street]
  43. Back of the House
    Customers Rush to Pizzeria’s DefenseThe Health Department can’t win for losing: Having failed to close the vermin-infested KFC–Taco Bell, they’re now taking heat for temporarily shutting down coal-oven institution John’s Pizzeria and neighboring Risotteria. Both restaurants protested their closure in the most emphatic terms, and their customers, far from being spooked, jumped right onboard. In a letter put up alongside the closure notice, John’s tells passersby that the city is “trying to save face”: “After SEVENTY years in business, they have decided we need a sink CLOSER TO the pizza-making area,” the note explains. Loyal customers have contributed their own sentiments: “First they came for the smokers,” wrote one libertarian, “then the pizza lovers.” Meanwhile, a punning Risotteria fan has declared that the inspectors are “full of beans.” Your move, Health Department.
  44. company town
    ‘Voice’ Voiceless, AgainMEDIA • David Blum out at the Village Voice. He was the fourth editor there since December 2005. [Gawker] • Flummoxing DVR users everywhere, ABC green-lights a sitcom based on the Geico cavemen commercials. [WSJ] • Pulitzer judging starts today at Columbia University; judges from Willamette Week, the Indianapolis Star, and others read actual printed copies of newspaper articles. [E&P]
  45. intel
    We’re Losing the Portable-Toilet Naming Contest New Yorkers are always trying to be cleverer-than-thou, even when it comes to naming their portable toilets. The city is awash in portalets from companies called “A Royal Flush” and “Call-A-Head.” But we’ve got nothing on the rest of the country. We consulted The Blue Book of Building and Construction to find the top twenty unfortunately named portable-toilet companies from near and far: 20. Happy Can Portable Toilets, Atlanta 19. Drop Zone Portable Service Inc., Frankfort, Ill. 18. Blackmas Best Seat In The House Inc., Bradley, Ill. 17. Plop Jon Inc., Port Saint Lucie, Fla. 16. A.S.A.P. Port-A-Pots Inc., Hampstead, Md. 15. Ameri-Can Engineering, Argos, Ind. 14. Bobby’s Pottys, Joppa, Md. 13. Johnny On The Spot Inc., Old Bridge, N.J. 12. LepreCAN Portable Restrooms, Chicago 11. Loader-Up, Inc., Sarasota, Fla. 10. Mister Bob’s Portable Toilets, Vero Beach, Fla. 9. Royal Throne, Washington, D.C. 8. Tanks Alot, Tomball, Tex. 7. Tee Pee Inc, Roseville, Mich. 6. Wizards of Ooze Ltd., Anacortes, Wash. 5. Oui Oui Enterprises Ltd., Chicago 4. Gotta Go Potties, Tobyhanna, Pa. 3. UrinBiz.com, Chicago 2. Willy Make It?, Oregon City, Oreg. 1. Doodie Calls, New Orleans — Andrew Adam Newman