While The Times wrings its hands, the new blog The Days of Yore offers reassurance for the under-employed youth. The site interviews real-life famous people (Writers! Actors, even!) about their pasts. How did they manage to survive and (eventually) succeed when, as Anne Fadiman puts it, one’s salad days can seem Read More
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