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News from Elsewhere

Our own Adrian Shaughnessy is in Tokyo at the moment—follow his Twitter feed for great examples of Tokyo graphics and signage, architecture, and books.

Arnau Bach's lovely photo essay of Paris' suburbs in The New Yorker's Photobooth column this week.

Tony Gleaton, the great photographer of black life in the western United States and Mexico, died late last week. Karen Grigsby Gates, a friend, wrote a nice memoiristic segment on him for NPR.

Ben Parker's look at the hisotry and influence New York City hardcore through the lens of Tony Rettman's oral history of the scene raises some great points about the "fumbling" not just of faster tempos but of political trends and religious movements within the scene.

A review of Elaine Lustig Cohen's painting show at Philip Johnson's Glass House.

The entire run of The Partisan Review has been digitized by Boston University's Howard Gottlieb Archival Research Center, and is available online.

"California … an extreme version of the problem that so much of the world has …" Alex Steffen interviewed in Boom.


—Eugenia Bell


Homepage photograph by Tony Gleaton 




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