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Can the bulldog be saved?

The New York Times lists the 100 notable books of 2011.

Rolling Stone picks the greatest guitarists of all time.

Simon Abrams finds Géla Babluani's 13 to be pure, bone-headed bliss.

A law firm that had become a lightning rod in the controversy over mortgage-foreclosure practices has shut down, costing 89 employees their jobs.

For Salon, Lindsay Zoladz finds Lars von Trier's depiction of mental illness in Melancholia to be vital and groundbreaking.

The naked truth according to Neil Genzlinger.

Sofia Coppola curates Robert Mapplethorpe show in Paris.

Brandon McInerney, the California teen who shot an openly gay classmate point-blank in the back of the head, pleaded guilty to second-degree and voluntary manslaughter on Monday, and will spend 21 years in prison.

An homage to turkeys.

Happy Thanksgiving from PETA:

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