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  • Why ‘YOU’ is the Perfect Netflix Show

    Sexy, shocking, and more than a little addictive, YOU is the perfect distillation of what Netflix subscribers want.

    Decider
  • Warriors vs. Kings

    The Warriors and Kings broke the all-time record for most 3-pointers in a game with 41 Saturday, in the first game in NBA history in which both teams made at least 20 3s. The Warriors won 127-123.

    ESPN.com
  • How To Write The Perfect Obituary

    NPR's Ari Shapiro talks to obituary writer Maureen O'Donnell of the Chicago Sun-Times about the art of writing about people who have died.

    NPR.org
  • This was the perfect way for Knicks to lose

    David Fizdale spent another Sunday in purgatory. It’s getting a little easier for the Knicks coach, but just imagine how long-suffering Knicks fans feel. Heaven can wait. In Fizdale’s mind, this 10-33 debacle won’t last forever. He’s new around here, so he still lives in a land of Knicks hopes and dreams, and at least

    New York Post
  • This was the perfect way for Knicks to lose

    David Fizdale spent another Sunday in purgatory. It’s getting a little easier for the Knicks coach, but just imagine how long-suffering Knicks fans feel. Heaven can wait. In Fizdale’s mind, this 10-33 debacle won’t last forever. He’s new around here, so he still lives in a land of Knicks hopes and dreams, and at least

    nypost.com
  • We Found a Perfect Metaphor for Government

    Nicole LaVeglia of Queens parked her car in a legal spot on January 2. Less than an hour later, the city's Department of Transportation showed up, drilled a hole, and installed a "No Parking" sign near the vehicle. With the car suddenly in violation of the sign, the New York Police Department then towed the car and LeVeglia was slapped with $185 in fines. Woman parks legally. 45 minutes later, workers show up, install no parking signs. Hour later, woman's car is towed away. A New York love...

    Reason.com
  • How to cook the perfect Irish stew

    Cheap, simple and satisfying – Irish stew is the culinary equivalent of a big, woolly scarf Winter pleasures don’t get much simpler than a steaming pot of Irish stew: cheap, easy and gloriously warming, they’re the culinary equivalent of a big woolly scarf. Yet, with so many much-loved traditional dishes, the recipe itself is a bubbling cauldron of controversy: hardline purists maintain that it should contain nothing but meat, onions, potatoes and water, while others proffer treasured family...

    the Guardian