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International Women's Day

Rush Limbaugh probably isn't celebrating International Women's Day.

America's big art show trades the real world for conceptual clutter.

Part two of the New York Times' chat with Matt Men creator and show runner Matthew Weiner.

SimCity is being rebuilt for our age of climate change.

Can Brett Easton Ellis mainstream porn star James Deen?

The story of Breaking Bad as told by its opening scenes.

J. Hoberman is getting around.

Jim Emerson has a digital dilemma.

Was Frankenstein really about childbirth?

Click here to peruse the latest issue of Film Comment.

Glenn Kenny reviewed almost as many February Blu-rays as we did.

Invisible Mercedes brings James Bond technology to life.

KONY 2012 is a film and campaign that aims to make Joseph Kony famous, not to celebrate him, but to raise support for his arrest and set a precedent for international justice:

Links for the Day: A collection of links to items that we hope will spark discussion. We encourage our readers to submit candidates for consideration to ed@slantmagazine.com and to converse in the comments section.

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