May 17-20, 2011

Sure, they pop off the screen, but do they really do anything? Andrew DuPont takes on 3D movies in “The new technology is already old again”

Poetry? Comics? Yes and yes! Kate Sloan shows us how the Poetry Foundation has done it before, and argues it should be done more often. Read “Unlikely bedfellows”

Ana Holguin really enjoyed Bridesmaids, but it reminded her of something that it really seems like more people should know by now: Women are funny. And not just Tina Fey. Read “Funny business”

Today in “Rounding Third,” Angela Vasquez-Giroux notes that, ever behind the curve, the New York Times has finally taken notice of the dearth of nicknames in contemporary baseball. To try and help out, Angela suggests one for Miguel Cabrera in “Because even The New York Times noticed”

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