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Anne Hathaway out in Hollywood, April 28th
This is how bohemea talks about Tom Hardy
STOP IT U GUISE!!!
Patrick Stewart and Ian McKellen || Time/CNN/People/Fortune Pre-WHCD Cocktail Reception on April 27, 2013
Sunday, April 28th 2013
Long Reads from the C train. Some good ones here.
People I’d Like to Hang Out With
- The Legend of Chris Kyle, by Michael J. Mooney — Profile of the deadliest sniper in U.S. history. Incredible story that I might have missed.
- Roger Ebert: The Essential Man by Chris Jones— If you haven’t you should.
- Kim Gordon Sounds Off, by Lizzy Goodman— “There is nothing desperate about Kim Gordon.”
- Is Giving the Secret to Getting Ahead? by Susan Dominus— Adam Grant is really good at life.
- In Conversation With Mike Brodie, by Barbara Davidson— Guy born in 1985 takes a few years off to travel around America with a camera, now just wants to be a train engineer. The Youngs still do things that aren’t blogging!
- Travels in the New Psychedelic Bazaar, by Vanessa Grigoriadis— Boys on the Internet are playing with new synthetic drugs.
- FanBased: Inside Lil B’s Ecstatic Cult, by Carrie Battan— I don’t listen to or get Lil B, and now I know why? I don’t know, his fans are weird and fiercely loyal and it’s interesting.
- What if the Tsarnaevs Had Been the “Boston Shooters”? by John Cassidy— I thought about this in the aftermath. What is it about bombs that make a terrorist, whereas people who use guns to shoot innocent people are just “lone” and “deranged”?
- Allen Iverson, NBA Icon, Struggles With Life After Basketball by Kent Babb— Mo money, mo problems/gradually then suddenly.
- The King of Oontz Oontz Oontz by Jessica Pressler— A fun, short profile of “world’s hottest DJ” Avicii. I like imagining the pitch for this.
- Weird Twitter: The Oral History, by John Herrman and Katie Notopoulos— My feelings on “weird Twitter” are mixed, but here’s an oral history.
- “Hey Foxy!” Inside the Oil Boom’s Amazing Bachelor Boom, by Maya Rao— As one learns in college, things get weird when there’s a lot of men around.
Not six times. Just once.
Dakota Fanning - Vogue Korea, February 2013