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I Ran The Pyongyang Marathon
Will Phillipps, Slate | Pyongyang Marathon | April 18, 2014

What I saw running 26 miles in a Stalinist dictatorship...

Gabriel Garcia Marquez, Conjurer Of Literary Magic, Dies at 87
Jonathan Kandell, The New York Times | Gabriel Garcia Marquez obituary | April 18, 2014

Gabriel García Márquez, the Colombian novelist whose “One Hundred Years of Solitude” established him as a giant of 20th-century literature, died on Thursday at his home in Mexico City. He was 87...

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Doonesbury's Blast From The Distant Past
Bill Ward, The Minneapolis Star-Tribune | Dbury Wayback Machine | March 1, 2014

A hiatus prompted 'Doonesbury' creator Garry Trudeau to dig deeply into the archives...

Looking Back At Four Decades With Doonesbury's Garry Trudeau
Lisa Carricaburu, The Salt Lake City Tribune | Four Decades With GBT | February 22, 2014

Readers either love "Doonesbury" or they hate it.

Regardless, the iconic strip drawn by Pulitzer Prize winner Garry Trudeau long has been a Salt Lake Tribune fixture. We know many read it daily, some with admiration, others with consternation at its satirical and decidedly liberal take on current events.

As a result, we debated what to do when we learned earlier this month that Trudeau intends to take an indeterminate hiatus from drawing "Doonesbury" daily to write and produce a second season of "Alpha House" for Amazon Prime Video...

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