Underrated satire Drop Dead Gorgeous came and went in theaters 15 years ago, rejected by audiences and critics alike. Now that it’s a cult classic, the cast and crew tell BuzzFeed why the film is more popular than ever before.
The internet has gotten a lot less ugly.
Publisher Arthur Sulzberger Jr. believes a new leader will “improve some aspects of the management of the newsroom.” Abramson is replaced by Managing Editor Dean Baquet, who is the first African-American executive editor.
But for the first time in a decade, there was no winner for feature writing.
In 1853, the New York Times misspelled the last name of Solomon Northup, whose memoir was adapted into the Oscar-winning movie, 12 Years a Slave.
In Allen’s irate and final defense against his daughter’s allegations of sexual assault, there is a particularly strange paragraph.
UPDATED: The victims include The New York Times, Twitter, and The Huffington Post UK.
In a BuzzFeed Brews interview, the mayoral candidate knocks The New York Times, makes fun of BuzzFeed, and pledges victory.
A handy explainer in Romy & Michele’s High School Reunion GIFs.
Gitmo prisoner Samir Naji al Hasan Moqbel sheds light on the prison’s hunger strike.
According to “Publication” the stage adaptation of Matilda is “The Best Quote.” Wow, great review.
No one outside the building really knows — but maybe because no one really cares anymore.
A lot of the referral data that’s been lumped into the category actually has been miscategorized — but the data also reveals that how old you are influences how you share a story.
Yesterday, a link to an opinion piece by former New York Times editor Bill Keller was all over Twitter. Turns out it was a prank that fooled even the paper’s lead tech writer. (Updated)
Is the Grey Lady’s Tech section stalking Facebook?
Those weekend New York Times ads are annoying. Here is the mocking they deserve. I would definitely read the Politics & Socks section if I could get it every Sunday.
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Recently featured in the New York Times, singer-songwriter Patrick Shea is writing a song per chapter of Herman Melville’s “Moby Dick”. Cliff Notes for music lovers!
The nebbishy filmmaker wrote a fake production diary for his film Vicky Cristina Barcelona for The New York Times, and continues to attain publicity since its publication last week. Ever-creepy stepfather he may be, the guy is still undeniably funny (especially on paper).
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