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"The Affair" Cheats on the LIRR
Don't Mess with the Train Nerds On last night's episode of "The Affair," we see Alison (Ruth Wilson) making her season 3 debut sitting on a train. Given that many of her story arcs take place out in Montauk, it's easy to assume she's heading there. But then...

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"The Affair" Cheats on the LIRR
Don't Mess with the Train Nerds On last night's episode of "The Affair," we see Alison (Ruth Wilson) making her season 3 debut sitting on a train. Given that many of her story arcs take place out in Montauk, it's easy to assume she's heading there. But then...

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Viva Miami Herald with Fidel Finale
Glory Days Long Since Passed, but South Florida's Faded Prime News Source Still Owns Story An editorial in today's Miami Herald  is headlined "Damage Done, Fidel Castro Was Irrelevant Long Before He Died." True enough and well put, from a newspaper that has...

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OK, Now Go Buy OK Go's Records
Someone's Gotta Pay for These Videos A lot of people are justifiably enjoying OK Go's latest video for "The One Moment." More than 14 million views, as of this writing, notwithstanding the fact that the album the song comes from was actually released in 201...

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Bush League Coverage of the Major Leagues
Mets Net Zero In Pages of New York Times So, just as soon as I got finished extolling the Times for its Muhammad Ali coverage and magazine wizardry over the weekend, along comes an 18-wheeler running up hard in the blind spot of the Times sports section, na...

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Why Print Still Matters, Part II
An Inspired Idea, Above 800 Feet If you don't normally plunk down five bucks for the Sunday New York Times, tomorrow may be a good excuse for an exception. The magazine, for its New York issue, is centered on life above 800 feet . It's a different idea, to ...

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Why Print Still Matters, Part I
Muhammad Ali's Death On Deadline Doesn't Stop The N.Y. Times The copy of The New York Times that's hurled on my driveway every morning doesn't always contain late sports scores. It's a fact of life I've grudgingly learned to accept as the price of business ...
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