You may have heard the devastating news that The New York Times has finally plugged the famous paywall loophole that allowed users to access more than their monthly allotment of articles. Once you used up your 10 free articles for the month, you could just delete the “?gwh=numbers” part of the URL to easily and freely access the story.
Think about it: when’s the last time you saw a television in a decent restaurant?
The answer, we discover, is never. In his charming and helpful “Hey, Mr. Critic” column, The New York Times‘ Sam Sifton takes on the problem that’s bound to frustrate die-hard sports fans with discerning taste. Can two bros Read More
To mark the debut of Lorin Stein’s first issue of The Paris Review, the publication has put its entire interview archives online. For literary procrastinators or flakes, this is the nothing short of the apocalypse.
We haven’t had a chance to fully peruse the archives, but some of the newly online interviews include Read More
“It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a single man in possession of a good fortune, must be in want of a wife,” begins Pride and Prejudice. But in a city of so many good-fortuned men, their potential wives must operate with discrimination! Luckily, news blog Here Is the City has assembled a Read More