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    More than a third of the people in New York’s homeless shelters work full-time http://t.co/YuydFqlZH7
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      In February, the number of people sleeping in New York’s municipal shelters was the most since the Great Depression http://t.co/YuydFqlZH7
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        “There were no microphones, everything truly acoustic, and no drinks bullshit. Everybody was there for the music.” http://t.co/mvewgWsv9F
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          “Would a biography like this be half as thrilling if its protagonist were not a colossal jerk?” http://t.co/vMV3O7Dya8
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            James Salter on the Wright brothers http://t.co/MpTgzf6LFb
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              Alice Gregory on what William Finnegan’s Barbarian Days: A Surfing Life has in common with Middlemarch http://t.co/ykUtIGZW2A
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                Elaine Blair’s deep, sympathetic reading of the life and work of David Foster Wallace http://t.co/4MgZXuq2Mc #longreads
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                  The Panic of Influence: A.O. Scott on David Foster Wallace (2000) http://t.co/sUd4s459zu #longreads
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                    “I think a lot about electric cars. Do you think about electric cars?” – Elon Musk, age 18, to a girl at a party http://t.co/vMV3O7Dya8
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                      What do you do, as a novelist, after Borges? Adam Thirlwell on the case of Alan Pauls: http://t.co/GNCvwY3qlM
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                        Milan Simich remembers the avant-garde jazz scene in New York’s East Village in the 1960s http://t.co/mvewgWsv9F
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                          “The online classroom is a surveilled classroom. Teachers and students both will have no privacy there.” http://t.co/saAh4z2qdA
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                            “My parents took me to see Kurosawa’s Throne of Blood when I was six years old.” Chris Benfey on Japanese ghosts: http://t.co/CelMhbLRTo
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                              Some Japanese Ghosts: Christopher Benfey on the weird, grand, audacious work of Katsushika Hokusai http://t.co/CelMhbuh1Q
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                                Eric Ravilious: Hurricane in Flight, 1942 http://t.co/bGDkmDIfQm http://t.co/azsZamjhla
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                                  John Leonard on E.L. Doctorow, “at once a radical historian, a cultural anthropologist, a troubadour, a private eye…” http://t.co/GWd6Uiooak
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                                    ‘The Finest Life You Ever Saw’: James Salter on the last years of Ernest Hemingway (born on this day in 1899) http://t.co/8t8UFoVBdu
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                                      Timothy Snyder: The crisis of the European Union has two sides. One is political, the other philosophical http://t.co/qKucVVam2u #longreads
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                                        There’s a lot of play-acting going on in Washington over the Iran nuclear deal, writes Elizabeth Drew http://t.co/RfXxz1IT50