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Robert Altman Week

Sunday
Mar212010

« In Which If We Leave Tonight Then We Leave It All Behind »

The Week in Review

Sometimes you feel like Pat Nixon; at other times you feel like her cat Morpheus. You deserve some time for yourself. Write an essay in the second person and see if it doesn't propel you into an unexpected relationship with someone who believes it's addressing them. It worked for Jay McInerney, he's now married to Anne Hearst. It can work for you. But before you sit down to write, we permit you to become inspired by these delights:

Tyler Coates' magnificent essay about his dad...

Elizabeth Gumport takes a retrospective look at where we went wild...

Teghan Beaudette's list of important turn-offs...

We remembered the straight genius of The Pixies...

Dick Cheney's Lost reviews reached legendary proportions...

Alex Carnevale on the history of Narcotics Anonymous...

Kanye West's iTunes playlist...

Sarah Amandolare's New York love story...

Molly Lambert changes science forever to make it more enjoyable...

The strangest finale of The Bachelor yet recorded...

Ellen Copperfield's hilarious memoriam for Tom Hanks' career...

Molly Lambert isolates the best parts of popular rap songs...

Leo Tolstoy was such an asshole...

Elena Schilder on the secret Richard Ford...

Amanda McCleod on the Whitney Biennial...

The love lives of our betters...

A May-December romance to forget.

"Land of Feeling" - Here We Go Magic (mp3)

"F.F.A.P." - Here We Go Magic (mp3)

"Moon" - Here We Go Magic (mp3)

"Old World United" - Here We Go Magic (mp3)

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