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18.10.09

In Brief: H1N1 Edition

Here is your regular Sunday selection of links to good things in Blogville and Beyond.

  • It was inevitable that Alex Ross's blogging would be absorbed back into The New Yorker's Web site, now that the magazine has decided to embrace the Internet age. So -- it's happened. Alex being Alex, of course, it will instantly be indispensable reading. [Unquiet Thoughts]

  • Someone donates some land to the Santa Fe Opera. It turns out there is oil under the land. The company agrees to let drilling proceed, garnering lease fees and a cut of the profits. Environmentalists are miffed. [Seattle Times]

  • Calvin Trillin gets all poetic on Roman Polanski's ass. Brilliant. [The Nation]

  • Edmund White gave this interview that, among other things, included his clawing back in a literary cat fight with Gore Vidal. This will surely be featured on the new Fox special, "When Old Queens Attack." [Salon]

  • Cunard Cruise Lines has struck a deal with the National Symphony Orchestra to provide performances of music on its cruises. [On an Overgrown Path]

  • Duke Basketball, serving Satan since 1984. [The Onion]

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