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William Powhida is an artist who makes fun of the art world.
Gedney Market felt like a new man. Even his walk was lighter, bouncier, more self-confident. As he strode down Lexington Avenue. . .
Somewhere in Maine a boy waits for my phone call. I can’t call because I can’t move.
A city of dust, some radicals across the way. I want to know more about a slit and a hole.
We can learn a lot about the literary arts by understanding the long history of hatred of literature.
Common, a new housing startup, will order your toilet paper and “remove the annoyances” of a vibrant, shared community.
Welcome to The Baffler’s agony corner, YOUR SORRY ASS, where Amber A’Lee Frost dispenses bossy, judgmental advice. . .