Paige Ferrari

Paige Ferrari is a freelance writer and former Slate intern.

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Dec. 10 2010 7:48 AMTokyo Hooters GirlsThe burgers, beer, and boobs chain opens in Japan.
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May 25 2007 3:06 PMSix Days, LaterThe Economist on the 40th anniversary of the Six-Day War.
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May 11 2007 2:09 PMZombie Insurgency?The critical buzz on 28 Weeks Later and Paul Poiret.
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May 4 2007 1:55 PMTribeca Grand PrixThe critical buzz on the Tribeca Film Festival.
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April 27 2007 1:48 PMWhat's Next?The critical buzz on Next and Dogs That Changed the World.
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April 24 2007 12:17 PMWhat To Watch This WeekendThe critical buzz on Fracture and Hot Fuzz.
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April 13 2007 1:35 PMKurt Vonnegut, R.I.P.Vonnegut mourned.
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April 6 2007 1:18 PMPulp Fiction Redux?The critical buzz on Grindhouse.
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March 30 2007 1:20 PMScolding CongressThe Economist condemns Iraq troop-withdrawal deadlines.
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March 16 2007 5:54 PMRepublican Party TrashersThe newly redesigned Time on the state of the Republican Party.
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May 25 2007 11:56 AMLost's LeapThe critical buzz on the Lost season finale.
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May 18 2007 3:59 PMBrits for ClintonThe Economist on Hillary Clinton's bid for the White House.
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May 11 2007 4:53 PMBlair's HistoryThe Economist on how historians will judge Tony Blair's time in office.
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May 4 2007 12:21 PMTurkey's Done?The Economist on challenges to Turkey's secularism.
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April 27 2007 3:14 PMIt's Not Easy Being GreenTime on the compromised Green Zone in Baghdad.
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April 20 2007 4:42 PMCrying WolfowitzThe Economist urges Paul Wolfowitz to step down from the World Bank presidency.
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April 13 2007 5:08 PMGaffe at Your Own RiskTime on Don Imus and how the Internet places new limits on speech.
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April 6 2007 3:20 PMArmy of NoneTime on the logistical problems facing the Army.
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March 23 2007 6:06 PMBiblical SenseTime on teaching the Bible in public schools.
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March 12 2007 10:42 AMThe GatekeeperNewsweek on Defense Secretary Bob Gates.

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