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How One Casting Director Made Dancing With the Stars the Leader in Celebrity Image Rehab
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Stop Griping About Public Celebrity-Mourning. It’s the Best Thing About Social Media.
The Directing Career of Jon Favreau, Hollywood’s Most Dependable Crowd-Pleaser
Gay Talese’s Latest New Yorker Article Is a Failure of Journalistic Ethics
A Hamilton Skeptic on Why the Show Isn’t As Revolutionary As It Seems
Why Are White People Infatuated With My Dreads?
Enough Already With Your Sanctimonious Dismissals of New York Times Trend Pieces!
Woman of Judea, or Wife-Stealing Pimp? The Secret History of the Name Jody.
Marcia Clark on the Latest Episode of The People v. O.J. Simpson and Her Issues With Jeff Toobin’s Source Material
A New Show Aims to Be the America’s Most Wanted of Online Abuse. It’s Oddly Satisfying.