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- The Times sent 20 photographers to 65 block parties across the city "to capture New Yorkers eating, dancing and playing in the streets."
- The Times also published a piece this weekend about the forthcoming book, “The Education of Brett Kavanaugh: An Investigation," focusing on Deborah Ramirez’s credible allegation against Kavanaugh, as well as another serious claim of misconduct with an eyewitness. However, the Times was criticized after it added an update clarifying that one alleged victim "declined to be interviewed and friends say that she does not recall the incident."
- Brad Pitt talks Ad Astra and getting older with GQ.
- Here's the case for why you should raise your kids in the city.
- Trenton City Council President Kathy McBride said that a lawyer representing the city in a personal injury claim was “able to wait her out and Jew her down” to settle the case at a lower amount.
- Splinter explains the appeal of Joe Biden: "an assurance that we can revert back to a time that was, perhaps, a bit more progressive, and a lot more aesthetically pleasing, without doing anything drastic like interrupting the rights of billionaires to endlessly enrich themselves past all human ability to spend."
- Do you agree with this list of the "signature film" of every major city?
- Tavi Gevinson reflects on how Instagram has shaped her life, for better and worse... and how it got her that Brooklyn apartment.
- Press tours can get really boring, just ask Bill Hader.
- I'm waiting for my hypebeast: Supreme is dropping a Velvet Underground collection this month.
- Transparent might be headed to Broadway.
- Check out Tyler, The Creator's new music video for "A BOY IS A GUN."
- Deadspin spoke to a U.S. Open ball person about the nicest players and oddest tennis habits.
- And finally, this is a really interesting movie:
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