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The New Yorker (June 5, 2006) | [Steve Coll, Tad Friend, Rebecca Mead, Mark Singer, Sasha Frere Jones, Nancy Franklin, David Denby]

The New Yorker (June 5, 2006)

"Citizens" by Steve Coll; "The Room" by Tad Friend; "Meg and Jason" by Rebecca Mead; "Stringer's Way" by Mark Singer; "Blighted" by Sasha Frere Jones; "All in the Game" by Nancy Franklin; and "Violent Times" by David Denby.
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Publisher's Summary

There are seven articles in the June 5, 2006 issue:

COMMENT
"Citizens" by Steve Coll: The official report on the London bombings last year raises domestic questions of immigration and integration.

TALK OF THE TOWN

  • "The Room" by Tad Friend: A graduate level comedy writing class.
  • "Meg and Jason" by Rebecca Mead: Two bloggers find love.

    PROFILES
    "Stringer's Way" by Mark Singer: Sony's C.E.O. and the battle to save a brand.

    POP MUSIC
    "Blighted" by Sasha Frere Jones: When British pop crosses the pond.

    ON TELEVISION
    "All in the Game" by Nancy Franklin: Making money the Jim Cramer way.

    THE CURRENT CINEMA
    "Violent Times" by David Denby: X-Men: The Last Stand and The Cult of the Suicide Bomber.

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