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  NEXT ISSUE PICKS 
Kaboom 
Long Way Home 
Why Mommy Wars Rage On
Ancient Fear Rises  Anew
NEW YORK MAGAZINE | April 1 THE NEW YORKER | April 1 MORE | April  TIME | April 1
They were young and in love and pregnant and partial to heroin and living in a Village apartment with a lot of heavy weaponry lying about. What could possibly go wrong? David Sedaris is back. Check out the delightful story about his struggle with the UK Border Agency when his passport is stolen. Working mothers and stay-at-home mothers are squaring off over who has made the better life choice. Check out this survey report. You won’t believe what they found. Hungary’s Jewish population is the largest in Central Europe. But the rising anti-Semitism, coupled with a moribund economy, has made Hungarian Jews wonder if it’s time to leave.

SOCIAL MEDIA JUNKIE 
The New Change Agents
Kickstarter Can Fund Your Dreams
Digital Mavericks 
Best Friend$
MARIE CLAIRE  | April FAST COMPANY | April DETAILS | April WIRED | April
Meet the next generation of social activists – young, passionate, and powered by Twitter, Facebook, Youtube, Tumblr, and YOU. The crowd funding site has made some people rich and sent others away angry. For the first time, its founders explain why they refuse to act like other startups. Jack Dorsey, best known as the creator of Twitter, predicts how we’ll buy things in the near future. But he’s just one of the digital mavericks you should know about. No matter what social network you’re on, you can BUY your way to popularity. Here’s the not-so-underground friend market.

THE FOODIST  
The Greatest Thing Since Sliced Bread
The Man Who
Changed The Way We Think About Food
  
Boiling Point
Chefs’ 50 Favorite Kitchen Tools  
BON APPETIT | April THE OPRAH MAGAZINE | April SOUTHERN LIVING  | April FOOD NETWORK MAGAZINE  | April
The lessons here will transform how you make a sandwich at home. It’s not hard. Just good. Slowing down, enjoying the process & filling the kitchen with family & friends, is this what cooking really is all about? Roll up your sleeves and turn up the music for the South’s springtime feast. Celebrate crawfish season with a Texas twist. See what the country’s best chefs always have on hand and can’t live without.

PONDER THIS   
Darkness Visible
Are You Really Obsessed? Like, Literally?  
Don’t Work on the Plane 
A Thousand Words: Everything We Know Is Wrong  
ELLE | April  GQ | April BLOOMBERG BUSINESSWEEK | April   ESQUIRE | April
It’s easy to feel like a loser if you aren’t the perpetually positive sort, but as Louisa Kamps reports, negative thinking can actually give you more power. GQ’s Brendan Vaughan obsesses about everybody’s obsession with, well, everything. You’ll literally be “obsessed” with this article.      Most business travelers get out the laptops as soon as they reach 10,000 feet. Is this a bad idea? “The only way to understand our own time is to step out and then back in.” Find out why Mad Men might be the greatest of all period shows ever made.

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