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Daily Mail
Singapore scion buys 49 percent stake in Rolling Stoneto its focus on pop music, Rolling Stone forged its reputation by featuring som
Singapore scion buys 49 percent stake in Rolling Stone
Daily Mail / Posted 13 hours ago
to its focus on pop music, Rolling Stone forged its reputation by featuring some of the best American writers - such as Tom Wolfe and Hunter S. Thompson - and by turning its covers into showcases for top photographers and controversial... Read more
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18h
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news
Singapore scion buys 49% stake in Rolling Stoneto its focus on pop music, Rolling Stone forged its reputation by featuring som
Singapore scion buys 49% stake in Rolling Stone
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news / Posted 18 hours ago
to its focus on pop music, Rolling Stone forged its reputation by featuring some of the best writers in the US -- such as Tom Wolfe and Hunter S. Thompson -- and by turning its covers into showcases for top photographers and controversial... Read more
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18h
The Borneo Post
Singapore scion buys 49 percent stake in Rolling Stoneto its focus on pop music, Rolling Stone forged its reputation by featuring som
Singapore scion buys 49 percent stake in Rolling Stone
The Borneo Post / Posted 18 hours ago
to its focus on pop music, Rolling Stone forged its reputation by featuring some of the best writers in the US — such as Tom Wolfe and Hunter S. Thompson — and by turning its covers into showcases for top photographers and controversial... Read more
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Springfield News-Sun
Springfield building recommended for historic National Registerreviewed by the Keeper of the National Register, which operates the program for
Springfield building recommended for historic National Register
Springfield News-Sun / Posted yesterday
reviewed by the Keeper of the National Register, which operates the program for the U.S. Department of the Interior, said Tom Wolfe, Ohio History Connection communications manager. “If the keeper agrees with the state board that the building... Read more
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dna
Woman of letters: Time and Tideback in the early eighties. It had been for an assignment for a Sunday paper.
Woman of letters: Time and Tide
dna / Posted 2 days ago
back in the early eighties. It had been for an assignment for a Sunday paper. I had been inspired by the writings of Tom Wolfe and Hunter Thompson, who employed a deeply subjective perspective to tell stories of rare insight and startling... Read more
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The Hindu
Interview with Journalist-writer Nick Davies: ‘People are interested in what you found out’I was starting out, which was a collection of articles that was published under
Interview with Journalist-writer Nick Davies: ‘People are interested in what you found out’
The Hindu / Posted 2 days ago
I was starting out, which was a collection of articles that was published under the heading The New Journalism, edited by Tom Wolfe, who had been a journalist and became a novelist. There are some really, really interesting pieces in there. It is... Read more
2d
USA Today
Weekend picks for book loversTODAY says *** stars. “Brazenly audacious…wastes no time in announcing its own
Weekend picks for book lovers
USA Today / Posted 2 days ago
TODAY says *** stars. “Brazenly audacious…wastes no time in announcing its own cleverness.” The Kingdom of Speech by Tom Wolfe; Little, Brown, 169 pp.; non-fiction The legendary New Journalism pioneer investigates how the world’s leading... Read more
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San Francisco Chronicle
Don Buchla, inventor of electronic music instruments, dies at 79in San Francisco in 1966 and the writer Ken Kesey’s Acid Tests. In his 1968 bo
Don Buchla, inventor of electronic music instruments, dies at 79
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted 6 days ago
in San Francisco in 1966 and the writer Ken Kesey’s Acid Tests. In his 1968 book “The Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test,” Tom Wolfe wrote about the “Buchla electronic music machine screaming like a logical lunatic.” “I have always been outside,... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Electronic music maverick Buchla diesTrips Festival in San Francisco in 1966, a pinnacle of the psychedelic era. In
Electronic music maverick Buchla dies
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 8 days ago
Trips Festival in San Francisco in 1966, a pinnacle of the psychedelic era. In his book "The Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test," Tom Wolfe wrote about the "Buchla electronic music machine screaming like a logical lunatic." After building part of the... Read more
8d
Daily Mail
The woman who made sex fun: Helen Gurley Brown liberatedcompared to the Cosmo of today.’ Those who wrote for her included Iris Murdoch
The woman who made sex fun: Helen Gurley Brown liberated
Daily Mail / Posted 8 days ago
compared to the Cosmo of today.’ Those who wrote for her included Iris Murdoch, Norman Mailer, Nadine Gordimer and Tom Wolfe. The book’s author, Gerri Hirshey, is a journalist in America. Starting out as pioneer of sorts herself in the... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Universal language and the strange cyclical nature of the newsgrammar again. Why are these theories back in the news? Because a flamboyant an
Universal language and the strange cyclical nature of the news
The Globe and Mail / Posted 10 days ago
grammar again. Why are these theories back in the news? Because a flamboyant and also aged journalist and novelist named Tom Wolfe has attacked them in a recent book. Why has Wolfe decided to attack Chomsky’s late-1950s linguistics now? That we... Read more
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The Spectator
Opinionto have sex before actually getting to know each other. In her book, she includ
Opinion
The Spectator / Posted 11 days ago
to have sex before actually getting to know each other. In her book, she includes an excerpt from an article by journalist Tom Wolfe that demonstrates the mentality that many college students have today: “Today’s first base is deep kissing …plus... Read more
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USA Today
Weekend picks for book loversWhat should you read this weekend? USA TODAY’s picks for book lovers include To
Weekend picks for book lovers
USA Today / Posted 16 days ago
What should you read this weekend? USA TODAY’s picks for book lovers include Tom Wolfe's new non-fiction book The Kingdom of Speech, and a smart debut novel about the American Dream. Behold the Dreamers by Imbolo Mbue; Random House, 382 pp.;... Read more
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Op-Ed News
Tom Wolfe Spoofs Certain Secular Sacred Cows (REVIEW ESSAYDuluth, Minnesota (OpEdNews) September 9, 2016: Tom Wolfe (born in 1931; Ph.D.
Tom Wolfe Spoofs Certain Secular Sacred Cows (REVIEW ESSAY
Op-Ed News / Posted 17 days ago
Duluth, Minnesota (OpEdNews) September 9, 2016: Tom Wolfe (born in 1931; Ph.D. in American Studies, Yale University, 1957) is a fashionable prose stylist and satirist. In his new book The Kingdom of Speech, he gently spoofs Charles Darwin's... Read more
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Hindustantimes.com
US flying icon ‘awards’ 1971 war win to Pakistananchor for “The right stuff”, a 1983 film that covers 15 years of American air-
US flying icon ‘awards’ 1971 war win to Pakistan
Hindustantimes.com / Posted 18 days ago
anchor for “The right stuff”, a 1983 film that covers 15 years of American air-power, based on a book by the same name by Tom Wolfe. Yeager continued in the US air force till his retirement in 1975, four years after he was sent, he has said in... Read more
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The Lewistown Sentinel
Babe Ruth victory was a rare treatOn Sept. 27, the team is scheduled to go to Harrisburg to to be recognized by t
Babe Ruth victory was a rare treat
The Lewistown Sentinel / Posted 18 days ago
On Sept. 27, the team is scheduled to go to Harrisburg to to be recognized by the legislature and to meet Gov. Tom Wolfe. * On Nov. 10, the team will be honored with a banquet, sponored by the Mifflin County Babe Ruth League, at the... Read more
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Hindustantimes.com
In a war of 140 characters, American flying icon awards 1971 to Pakistananchor for “The right stuff”, a 1983 film that covers 15 years of American airp
In a war of 140 characters, American flying icon awards 1971 to Pakistan
Hindustantimes.com / Posted 18 days ago
anchor for “The right stuff”, a 1983 film that covers 15 years of American airpower, based on a book by the same name by Tom Wolfe. Yeager continued in the US air force till his retirement in 1975, four years after he was sent, he has said in... Read more
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The Escanaba Daily Press
Baseball’s storyteller, our friendof red hair and maple syrup voice, Scully seems half his 88 years. "[America's
Baseball’s storyteller, our friend
The Escanaba Daily Press / Posted 21 days ago
of red hair and maple syrup voice, Scully seems half his 88 years. "[America's] most widespread age-related disease," Tom Wolfe has written, "was not senility but juvenility. The social ideal was to look 23 and dress 13." It is not Scully's... Read more
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The News & Observer
Vin Scully: baseball’s storyteller, our friendof red hair and maple syrup voice, Scully seems half his 88 years. “(America’s
Vin Scully: baseball’s storyteller, our friend
The News & Observer / Posted 22 days ago
of red hair and maple syrup voice, Scully seems half his 88 years. “(America’s) most widespread age-related disease,” Tom Wolfe has written, “was not senility but juvenility. The social ideal was to look 23 and dress 13.” It is not Scully’s... Read more
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The Monterey County Herald
George F. Will: Baseball’s storyteller, our friendof red hair and maple syrup voice, Scully seems half his 88 years. “[America’s
George F. Will: Baseball’s storyteller, our friend
The Monterey County Herald / Posted 22 days ago
of red hair and maple syrup voice, Scully seems half his 88 years. “[America’s] most widespread age-related disease,” Tom Wolfe has written, “was not senility but juvenility. The social ideal was to look 23 and dress 13.” It is not Scully’s... Read more
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22d
Santa Cruz Sentinel
George F. Will: Baseball’s storyteller, our friendof red hair and maple syrup voice, Scully seems half his 88 years. “[America’s
George F. Will: Baseball’s storyteller, our friend
Santa Cruz Sentinel / Posted 22 days ago
of red hair and maple syrup voice, Scully seems half his 88 years. “[America’s] most widespread age-related disease,” Tom Wolfe has written, “was not senility but juvenility. The social ideal was to look 23 and dress 13.” It is not Scully’s... Read more
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The Columbian
Will: In year of few blessings, Vin Scully stands outof red hair and maple syrup voice, Scully seems half his 88 years. “(America’s
Will: In year of few blessings, Vin Scully stands out
The Columbian / Posted 22 days ago
of red hair and maple syrup voice, Scully seems half his 88 years. “(America’s) most widespread age-related disease,” Tom Wolfe has written, “was not senility but juvenility. The social ideal was to look 23 and dress 13.” It is not Scully’s... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Editor’s Choice: Tom Wolfe’s ‘The Kingdom of Speech’The Kingdom of Speech By Tom Wolfe, Little, Brown, 186 pages, $26. A long-await
Editor’s Choice: Tom Wolfe’s ‘The Kingdom of Speech’
The Buffalo News / Posted 22 days ago
The Kingdom of Speech By Tom Wolfe, Little, Brown, 186 pages, $26. A long-awaited book, to be sure, but hardly one that anyone had a right to expect. Wolfe is 85, after all, and one might well imagine some flagging of his satiric energy. But here,... Read more
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Canberra Times
US election 2016: How did a sinner like Donald Trump become a saint?top of the churchy pile – in black stilettos. Too hackneyed to be a missing ch
US election 2016: How did a sinner like Donald Trump become a saint?
Canberra Times / Posted 24 days ago
top of the churchy pile – in black stilettos. Too hackneyed to be a missing chapter from The Bonfire of the Vanities? Had Tom Wolfe widened the lens just a little while researching his classic on ambition, politics and greed in 1980s New York, his... Read more
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WA Today
US election 2016: How did a sinner like Donald Trump become a saint?top of the churchy pile – in black stilettos. Too hackneyed to be a missing ch
US election 2016: How did a sinner like Donald Trump become a saint?
WA Today / Posted 24 days ago
top of the churchy pile – in black stilettos. Too hackneyed to be a missing chapter from The Bonfire of the Vanities? Had Tom Wolfe widened the lens just a little while researching his classic on ambition, politics and greed in 1980s New York, his... Read more
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Brisbane Times
US election 2016: How did a sinner like Donald Trump become a saint?top of the churchy pile – in black stilettos. Too hackneyed to be a missing ch
US election 2016: How did a sinner like Donald Trump become a saint?
Brisbane Times / Posted 24 days ago
top of the churchy pile – in black stilettos. Too hackneyed to be a missing chapter from The Bonfire of the Vanities? Had Tom Wolfe widened the lens just a little while researching his classic on ambition, politics and greed in 1980s New York, his... Read more
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The Age
US election 2016: How did a sinner like Donald Trump become a saint?top of the churchy pile – in black stilettos. Too hackneyed to be a missing ch
US election 2016: How did a sinner like Donald Trump become a saint?
The Age / Posted 24 days ago
top of the churchy pile – in black stilettos. Too hackneyed to be a missing chapter from The Bonfire of the Vanities? Had Tom Wolfe widened the lens just a little while researching his classic on ambition, politics and greed in 1980s New York, his... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
US election 2016: How did a sinner like Donald Trump become a saint?top of the churchy pile – in black stilettos. Too hackneyed to be a missing ch
US election 2016: How did a sinner like Donald Trump become a saint?
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 24 days ago
top of the churchy pile – in black stilettos. Too hackneyed to be a missing chapter from The Bonfire of the Vanities? Had Tom Wolfe widened the lens just a little while researching his classic on ambition, politics and greed in 1980s New York, his... Read more
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CBS News
Tom Wolfe challenges society's understanding of evolution in latest bookmatter what year it is: 1981 with “60 Minutes,” 2006 with “Sunday Morning” ­--
Tom Wolfe challenges society's understanding of evolution in latest book
CBS News / Posted 27 days ago
matter what year it is: 1981 with “60 Minutes,” 2006 with “Sunday Morning” ­-- or this summer in 2016. You will find Tom Wolfe bedecked in a white suit, and blasting out wry, wicked language aiming to irritate anyone who thinks they’re too... Read more
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Dundas Star News
Tom Wolfe takes aim at Noam ChomskyAfter satirizing everything from "radical chic" to 20th century architecture, T
Tom Wolfe takes aim at Noam Chomsky
Dundas Star News / Posted 28 days ago
After satirizing everything from "radical chic" to 20th century architecture, Tom Wolfe is now mining the mystery of language and the reputation of the most influential linguist of our time, Noam Chomsky. Chomsky, in turn, has some thoughts about... Read more
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Darien News-Review
Tom Wolfe talks Darwin, Chomsky and human speechIn this July 26, 2016 photo, American author and journalist Tom Wolfe, Jr. appe
Tom Wolfe talks Darwin, Chomsky and human speech
Darien News-Review / Posted 28 days ago
In this July 26, 2016 photo, American author and journalist Tom Wolfe, Jr. appears in his living room during an interview about his latest book, "The Kingdom of Speech," in New York. In this July 26, 2016 photo, American author and journalist Tom... Read more
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The Daily Tar Heel
Under new management, community reacts to Student Stores changesdisappointed when he recently went into Bull’s Head Bookshop looking for a book
Under new management, community reacts to Student Stores changes
The Daily Tar Heel / Posted 28 days ago
disappointed when he recently went into Bull’s Head Bookshop looking for a book by Thomas Wolfe and was guided to titles by Tom Wolfe instead. “My fear which was worn out in my early visit there was that we were sacrificing long-term efficacy for... Read more

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