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There are five articles in the April 2, 2007 issue:

"Never, Ever Land" by Dorothy Wickenden: The fallout from the firings of eight U.S. Attorneys.

"The Taming of The Chef" by Bill Buford: British chef Gordon Ramsay tries to make it in New York.

"Teaching" by Roddy Doyle: A longtime teacher battles his demons.

"The Valiant Swabian" by John Updike: Walter Isaacson's new biography of Albert Einstein.

"Men Gone Wild" by David Denby: Mark Wahlberg in Shooter and an ancient battle at the heart of 300.

If you enjoy this week's short story, check out more by author Roddy Doyle.
And, if you enjoy Bill Buford's profile of Gordon Ramsey, be sure check out Heat which is a collection of some of Buford's best food writing.

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