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Film, "Documented": You're a Good American Until You Find Out You're Not

"Documented": You're a Good American Until You Find Out You're Not

The definition of what it means to be "American" has been muddled ever since European settlers committed genocide against the peoples already living on the landmass arbitrarily named after an Italian cartographer, and as writer/director Jose Antonio Vargas demonstrates in…
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News, Sucka Free City

The Millennial generation defends itself online

In the old days, if a newspaper ran an article some people didn't like, those people would write aggrieved letters to the editor. But that's so 20th century. So when The New York Times Magazine ran a cover story in…
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Music, Bouncer

The Hooters Inspector at Gold Dust Lounge

There comes a time in every crossworder's life when she picks up a Sunday New York Times Magazine, pen in hand, and rips through that sucka in an hour. My time came a few weeks ago. Huzzah! I've done enough…
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Music, Let's Get Killed Live review on Daft Punk/Rapture show

Live review on Daft Punk/Rapture show

Will robots ever lose their cool cred? Last Sunday's cover of the New York Times Magazine featured Domo, one of a new breed of computerized beings created to fill our insatiable need for companionship. These relatable automatons are learning such…
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Calendar, Night&Day Burns Bright

Burns Bright

In 2004, when describing Charles Burns' then-unfinished book Black Hole, Chip McGrath wrote in the New York Times Magazine, "Graphic artists talk about it the way people talked about Ulysses." Like Joyce's book, Black Hole is thick (it contains no…
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Best of San Francisco, Sports & Recreation

Best Reason to Hate Barry Bonds

Last year, the country finally settled on what to think of Bonds: He's an asshole, sure, but who cares when he hits .370? "Just baseball," wrote the New York Times Magazine, a bit sententiously. "Isn't that enough?" But something was…
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Calendar, Night&Day Back to the Future

Back to the Future

A cover story by Bill Keller in the Jan. 26 edition of the New York Times Magazine compared Dubya to former President Ronald Reagan, citing parallels in temperament, background, and rise to power. With war against Iraq looming large and…
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