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Here are our favorite stories, podcasts, and videos from around the Web for the week of April 6.
- Movie critic Dana Stevens likes …
“How ‘You Do You’ Perfectly Captures Our Narcissistic Culture” by Colson Whitehead, New York Times Magazine
“All of the news is really, really bad this weekend, but Colson Whitehead's column for the New York Times Magazine is really, really good.”
- Meteorologist and climate writer Eric Holthaus likes …
“Can Climate Scientists Make a Difference by Not Flying?” by Brian Kahn, Climate Central
“Should climate scientists give up flying? ‘It’s a credibility issue.’ Brian Kahn investigates.”
- Staff writer Amanda Hess likes …
“Rolling Stone Needs to Fix Its ‘Voice’ Problem, Too” by Andrew Beaujon, Washingtonian
“Andrew Beaujon on the inherent shadiness of Rolling Stone's ‘horrifyingly cinematic’ house style.”