THE TALK OF THE TOWN:
"Watergate Days" by Seymour Hersh: The veteran investigative reporter writes about the revelation of the identity of "Deep Throat" and his own reporting experiences.
SHOUTS & MURMURS
"Turbulence" by David Sedaris: A rather unpleasant flying experience.
THE FINANCIAL PAGE:
"In Case of Emergency" by James Surowiecki: Why corporations succeed admirably or fail miserably when dealing with crises.
"My Women" by Edmund White: A gay man recalls the women he's loved.
"The Great Game Gone" by John Updike: Post-Cold War spy novels and the latest thriller by Robert Littell.
"The Gift and the Curse" by Sasha Frere-Jones: The "vexing brilliance" of Jack White and the latest release by The White Stripes.
THE CURRENT CINEMA
"Aiming Low" by David Denby: Reviews of Batman Begins and Mr. and Mrs. Smith.
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