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The New Yorker (April 24, 2006) | [David Remnick, Tad Friend, James Surowiecki, Anthony Lane, Jonathan Stern, Nick Paumgarten]

The New Yorker (April 24, 2006)

"Ozone Man" by David Remnick; "Shows About Shows" by Tad Friend; "The Payola Game" by James Surowiecki; "High and Low" by Anthony Lane; "The Lonely Planet Guide to My Apartment" by Jonathan Stern; "Getting There" by Nick Paumgarten; and "Game Playing" by Anthony Lane.
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Publisher's Summary

There are seven articles in the April 24, 2006 issue:

COMMENT
"Ozone Man" by David Remnick: Al Gore and a new documentary about global warming.

THE TALK OF THE TOWN
"Shows About Shows" by Tad Friend: Comparing the same idea by two of TV's biggest writers.

THE FINANCIAL PAGE
"The Payola Game" by James Surowiecki: The downside of political corruption.

EUROPEAN JOURNAL
"High and Low" by Anthony Lane: How to be a jet-setter for next to nothing.

SHOUTS & MURMURS
"The Lonely Planet Guide to My Apartment" by Jonathan Stern: Helpful hints for travelers to one man's oasis.

ANNALS OF THE ROAD
"Getting There" by Nick Paumgarten: Where MapQuest comes from.

THE CURRENT CINEMA
"Game Playing" by Anthony Lane: Paul Weitz's American Dreamz and I am a Sex Addict.

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