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Thursdays Are from Mars: "Life Is Better with Yogi in It"
Men! What are they thinking? We can't always answer that, but we'll be posting our favorite glimpses into their world in this space every Thursday.
* On Twitter, Open City novelist Teju Cole is sharing 140-character "small fates," true stories of ordinary New Yorkers drawn from a 1912 newspaper. A sample: "Only Rudolph Hanneseck died when a fire broke out at 178 West Houston Street. (He was run over by the fire truck.)" (Twitter.com/TejuCole)
* In a show that opened at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Philadelphia yesterday, the graphic designer Stefan Sagmeister is exploring what it means to be happy. You can visit the exhibit through August 12. (ICA)
* John Grisham's newest book, Calico Joe, comes out next week—his $6 million mistake is good inspiration for first-time authors. (The Daily Beast)
* "If I could go back and revise my adolescent experience, I wouldn't. I'm glad it happened. As bad as it was, it was also good, and not just in It-Gets-Better retrospect. It was good then. It directly enriched my life."—Rich Juzwiak reflects on how being bullied helped shaped him. (Gawker)
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