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  • FLASHBACK: How Tom Wolfe Became -- Tom Wolfe...

    Michael Lewis delves deep into the archives of the legendary reporter turned novelist to discover what made the man in the white suit the voice of a journalistic generation.

    Vanity Fair
  • Ichiro after receiving a text from Tom Brady: ‘Who the f*** is Tom Brady?’

    The discipline is amazing. Ichiro’s legend is unparalleled and that is only solidified further by this anecdote from Peter Gammons. Ichiro, please never leave us. https://t.co/e7HiXNsgxL (via @pgammo) pic.twitter.com/6fEcn5Lq5I— Jared Diamond (@jareddiamond) May 9, 2018 “Who the f*** is Tom Brady?” Let this sink in for a sec. Ichiro, who has been in MLB since 2001, somehow went 16 years without any knowledge whatsoever of who Tom Brady is. He made it through Super Bowls, DeflateGate,...

    SBNation.com
  • CAA Signs BAFTA TV Winners Tom Davis, James De Frond & Tom George

    EXCLUSIVE: CAA has signed a trio of folks who scored trophies for comedy at the BAFTA TV Awards on Sunday: Murder in Successville‘s Tom Davis and James De Frond and This Country writer–director Tom George. Davis and De Frond took home the Best Comedy Programme BAFTA for Murder in Successville, the semi-improvisational BBC Three series that teams Davis’ Detective Inspector Sleet with a different celebrity each week to solve a killing. Davis and De Frond last year…

    Deadline
  • Tom Schwartz shares throwback teenage modeling picture of Vanderpump Rules co-star Tom Sandoval

    He stars alongside Tom Sandoval in the Bravo TV reality show Vanderpump Rules. And on Thursday, Tom Schwartz shared a throwback picture of his co-star to Instagram from his teenage years.

    Mail Online
  • Tom and Jerry and Khamenei

    The Iranian economy may be in worse shape than we thought.

    WSJ
  • Tom Wolfe and Fashion

    Sherman McCoy wore leather boating moccasins with a checked shirt and khakis. Nestor Camancho wore a too-small cop uniform to accent his muscular physique. And Roger White, wooah-boy, Roger White wore a navy pinstripe suit, a contrast-collared shirt with a white collar and pale-blue stripes down the front, a crêpe de chine silk tie from Charvet in Paris, and polished black cap-toed shoes. The particular outfits these men wore, and the men themselves, sprang from the fertile mind of Tom Wolfe,...

    Washington Free Beacon
  • Hats Off to Tom Wolfe

    He was a friend, a wit and a literary inspiration. And what a figure he cut—like a crazed, antique peacock.

    WSJ
  • Where have you gone, Tom Wolfe?

    The most useful classes I took in college were not in politics or economics, but in creative writing. My professor schooled us in the ways of Raymond Carver. I endeavored to write the sparest prose imaginable. This was a very useful skill in graduate school; the value of clear writing applies with equal force to nonfiction.

    Washington Post
  • Farewell, Tom Wolfe

    The great American journalist has died at 88

    The American Conservative
  • Your Tom Wolfe Reader

    The novelist Tom Wolfe has died. Here is a sampling of his work.

    www.nytimes.com
  • Tom Wolfe, RIP

    Tom Wolfe, the supercalifragilistically stylistic New Journalist and social novelist, died yesterday at age 88. He was a monumental figure not just within the craft but outside of it, in the culture and the language, coining the "Me Decade" to define the '70s, writing the quintessential '60s book in The Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test, depicting the heroic '50s spirit in The Right Stuff, and capturing the awful mid-'80s with The Bonfire of the Vanities. Wolfe was my gateway drug into Ken Kesey,...

    Reason.com
  • Tom Wolfe Is Dead, and I Am in Italy

    Castelvetro di Modena, Italy — On May 14, a star failed to come out. Tom Wolfe passed away that day. With his passing, the conservative movement lost its greatest social critic and America lost one of its greatest novelists. As a writer, Tom was his own man. He died as he lived: on his terms, or at least as much on his terms as a man can.

    NewsBusters
  • The life and legacy of Tom Wolfe

    Morning Joe marks the passing of the literary giant.

    www.msnbc.com
  • Tom Wolfe remembered in his own words

    New Journalist and author Tom Wolfe was never afraid of overdoing it. At his best, he seemed to be writing as fast as his brain could move, and he was not one to go back and self-edit. He never minded skewering someone or some occupation, including his own. Here are a few examples: "And suddenly Kesey sees that they, the Pranksters, already have the expertise and machinery to create a mindblown state such as the world has never seen, totally wound up, lit up, amplified and ......

    SFGate
  • Tom Wolfe’s Other Legacy

    The writer’s prose wasn’t his only notable stylistic gesture.

    www.nytimes.com
  • Tom Wolfe Had the Right Stuff

    America has lost one of its greatest men of letters—a journalist, novelist and profound cultural observer.

    WSJ
  • Tom Wolfe – a life in pictures

    The writer Tom Wolfe, who has died aged 88, was a great dandy, both in his elaborate dress and his neon-lit prose. Although he was in his late 50s when he became a bestselling novelist, with The Bonfire of the Vanities in 1987, he had been famous as a journalist since the mid-1960s to the point of international celebrity Continue reading...

    the Guardian
  • Reaction to the death of Tom Wolfe

    Some reaction to the death of journalist and author Tom Wolfe.

    www.washingtonpost.com
  • Tom Wolfe and the Death of the Apology

    Hosted by Charlie Sykes.

    The Weekly Standard
  • Tom Wolfe dies at 88

    Tom Wolfe, the innovative journalist and author who wrote such best-selling masterpieces as "The Bonfire of the Vanities" and "The Right Stuff" has passed away. Wolfe, 88, had been hospitalized with an infection and died Monday, according to his agent Lynn Nesbit. Wolfe started as a reporter at the Springfield (Massachusetts) Union before moving onto the Washington Post. He moved to New York in 1962 to join the New York Herald-Tribune and remained in the city for the rest of his...

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  • Reaction to the death of Tom Wolfe

    NEW YORK (AP) - Some reaction to the death of journalist and author Tom Wolfe."What I hope people know about him is that he was a sweet and generous man. Not...

    Mail Online
  • Reaction to the death of Tom Wolfe

    NEW YORK (AP) - Some reaction to the death of journalist and author Tom Wolfe. "What I hope people know about him is that he was a sweet and generous man. Not just a great writer but a great soul. He didn't just help me to become a writer. He ...

    www.washingtontimes.com
  • Reaction to the death of Tom Wolfe

    NEW YORK (AP) — Some reaction to the death of journalist and author Tom Wolfe. “What I hope people know about him is that he was a sweet and generous man. Not just a great… The post Reaction to the death of Tom Wolfe appeared first on WTOP.

    WTOP
  • Tom Wolfe dies at 87

    Tom Wolfe, the innovative journalist and author who wrote such best-selling masterpieces as "Bonfire of the Vanities" and "The Right Stuff" has passed away. Wolfe, 87, had been hospitalized with an infection according to his agent Lynn Nesbit, who confirmed his passing.

    WPLG