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This Week in Culture: July 25, 2014

Briefings By Photo by Tom Blachford
And Relax Tom Blachford took some beautifully serene aerial photos of the Australian coast.
Petty Crime Perfected The New York Times recounts the life of Wilfred Rose, one of New York City’s most prolific pickpockets.
At Least it Had an Ethos A behind-the-scenes account of what it was like working on The Big Lebowski.
This Week in #Menswear It was trade show week in New York, and one of the most attended and influential events was Capsule. Fast Company recounted the history of the event and Cool Material found 16 brands worth knowing from this year’s edition
TNY for Free.99 The New Yorker has opened up the past seven years of its articles for free this summer. The Awl’s compiled a meta-list of everything you should read before it gets paywalled off this autumn.
About Ducking Time Ever wondered about the history of the infuriating autocorrect? Wired’s got you covers coveted covered.
The Mighty Pen Creatives from Milton Glaser to Manolo Blahnik talked to T Magazine about their favorite writing instruments. (Which may or may not be dying.) Surprisingly, none of them chose the Spirograph.
Foosbros Men’s Journal heads to the Foosball world championships in Dallas, Texas to find the titans of the out-of-trend sport.
Avoid Emojis How to not be a dickbag on Tinder, according to Mr. Porter
I’ll Have What They Had It’s been 25 years since the release of When Harry Met Sally, and Grantland commemorated the occasion with a look back at the golden age of Romantic Comedy.
Just Do It Valet on how to make a proper lobster roll. Consider yourself a better man for knowing.
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