In this issue:
"The President and the Press", by Steve Coll: The Administration’s investigations of journalists.
THE TALK OF THE TOWN
"All Hail!", by Ian Parker: A new app for hailing a cab.
"Glimmer Twins", by Sarah Larson: Jerry Hall and Georgia May Jagger reminisce.
"After Black Rock", by Joyce Carol Oates.
"The Crime of Our Life", by Roger Angell.
"Twisted", by George Pelecanos.
"The Ripper", by David Peace.
A CRITIC AT LARGE
"In the Back Cabana", by Adam Gopnik: Florida’s murder lit.
"Slide to Unlock", by Ed Park.
"Return Engagement", by Alex Ross: James Levine returns to the Met.
THE CURRENT CINEMA
"Rob Jobs", by David Denby: Reviews of Now You See Me and The Bling Ring.
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