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Wes Phillips Posted: Apr 19, 2006 4 comments
What happened to Benjamin and Elaine after they got off the bus? Writer Charles Webb, who based the characters on himself and his wife, can't tell you. He thinks he no longer owns the rights to his own story.
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Wes Phillips Posted: Oct 18, 2007 0 comments
I read Slate primarily to catch my colleague Fred Kaplan's "War Stories" column, but whenever I read Fred, I also go to Garry Trudeau's "The Sandbox," a milblog that allows military personnel stationed in Iraq and Afganistan to "vent, rhapsodize, and [inform] the folks on the home front . . . what is going on from their point of view."
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Wes Phillips Posted: Feb 02, 2006 0 comments
Most of the reviews I've read of Edmund Morris' Beethoven biography didn't encourage me to read it, but Tim Page's beautifully written appreciation has catapulted it to the top of my list.
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Wes Phillips Posted: Feb 13, 2006 1 comments
Nice animated short that's one part Green Lantern, one part The Monkey's Paw, and one part Brazil—that is, if you also watch the director's cut ending.
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Wes Phillips Posted: May 09, 2006 0 comments
Through the courtesy of Fred's two feet—and the Kaavya Viswanathan kerfluffle. Or something.
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Wes Phillips Posted: Jan 09, 2009 1 comments
Credit where credit is due: Here's the man himself, Lars Engstrom, standing with theLARS.
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Wes Phillips Posted: Jan 16, 2006 0 comments
Celebrating the 40th anniversary of Rubber Soul. Looks better than the usual tribute record—especially Ben Harper's "Michelle."
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Wes Phillips Posted: Dec 13, 2005 0 comments
I'm sure we're #51. This year.
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Wes Phillips Posted: Mar 12, 2007 0 comments
Try to wrap your mind around the stats involving Toxoplasma gondii. The parasite makes rats seek cats, but is it also altering the cultures of entire nations? Skewing the sex ratios of affected populations? Doubling the chances of traffic accidents?
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Wes Phillips Posted: May 23, 2006 1 comments
I remember when The Virginia Quarterly Review was the perfect panacea for insomnia, but something has happened to that august publication: It woke up! These days, it has become a must-read, from Art Spiegelman's latest multi-chapter opus to well-written articles such as this one on Winsor McCay's Little Nemo in Slumberland.


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