Sunday’s NYT: The Drive-by Edition


Frank Rich turns the financial crisis into a movie review, sort of.

News you already knew! Also, our friend John Carney thinks we should call this the Great Reckoning and it seems more and more that people agree with him.

Shopping as a national health concern.

A Style Section Christmas essay by the woman who wrote Gossip Girls

You have to draw the line somewhere! We agree with this location.

Sounds of Swagger and Sob Stories

Once there were four children whose names were Peter, Susan, Edmund and Lucy

Meet Caroline Kennedy, the Mad Men version.

All the stuff that’s between you and being able to find the subway entrance.

Drinking! The illustrated version.

Sticks and stones and names all hurt.

“When greed trumps lust, and fraud is more fascinating than infidelity, it’s safe to say that the recession has arrived.”


Depression? We don’t know how to spell that. Credit report and DNA chart please.

Welcome to 2007! The Times discovers The Sartorialist.