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Peter, In The Buff: Tom’s Diner by Peter Hoffman

On the corner of 112th and Broadway a familiar red neon sign glows, leading hoards of students and tourists through its doors. Perhaps they’re hoping to find Jerry, Elaine, George, or Kramer huddled together in a booth, ordering pie and coffee. Or perhaps they’ve come

Nonfiction: The General by Luigi Lorenzo

My father’s life is one where its greatest politicians were assassinated, were corrupt, sometimes simultaneously and sometimes not. Over the phone, we discuss Duterte and conflicting sovereignty claims in the South China Sea. He argues against American meddling, says “internal matters” multiple times. I think