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The Truth About Killer Cats, a Texas Teen With Down Syndrome’s Fashion Week Moment and Hidden CEO Salaries

What We’re Reading

BY // 09.16.16

Our editors are a diverse lot, and are constantly perusing a long and broad list of publications. Fashion? Art? Architecture? Culinary studies? Semantics? Humor? Gossip? It’s all here. In What We’re Reading, PaperCity shares the wealth.

Everyone (or lots of people) love cats, the house pets and the larger and wilder varieties. But what about all of the chaos and death caused by your kitten and cat? Is it fair to privilege one species above another? Read this and decide for yourself (and put a bell on your outdoor cat).

Think your child is intelligent? Want to make sure he or she has what it takes to succeed in the future? Are you convinced that repetition is the answer? Well, think again, and take a look at this.

He has Down syndrome, but that does not stop this Texas teen from walking down the runway at New York Fashion Week.

Corporate executives make a lot of money. That’s hardly news. But what if the way we measure their compensation was flawed and misleading? What if it was hiding the fact that they are making far more than anyone knows? William Lazonick and Matt Hopkins make their case in The Atlantic.

Helen Gurley Brown. Remember her? She’s still relevant, and two new books are making the case that she was much more intelligent and serious than she seemed (or let on). Here’s the scoop.

Heading overseas soon? (I don’t mean Marfa.) You’ll probably bring back a few things in your suitcase (I will always accept some Jamon Iberico) to remember your journey. Click this for some tips.

Finally this week, something on a film I cannot wait to see: Nocturnal Animals, the second effort from Tom Ford. Enjoy this trailer.

 

 

 

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