You Must Remember This: What’s ’11’s Version of Bearbaiting?

bearbaiting You Must Remember This: Whats 11s Version of Bearbaiting?A number of interesting things happened today. But the devil’s in the details. Let’s see if you were paying attention!

Which New York-based artist may have skipped the Grammys because he’s sick of not being duly recognized?

What does The New Yorker call the modern equivalent of “bearbaiting”?

Towards which state is Senator Charles Schumer seeking to direct donations?

What is the hip new extracurricular for fourteen-year-old actresses?

Why is LCD Soundsystem being accused of colluding against their fans?

Voting for what ended today?

Hedge-funder Eric Rosenfeld also wrote a children’s book on what bodily function? :: @DPD_

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