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Revisiting Hamsterdam: Maxim recounts the oral history of The Wire on the ten year anniversary of it’s first season. Stringer Bell: still the man. [Maxim]

Art And The Zen Of Mustache Maintenance: Here’s a handy guide on how to trim your soup-strainer. [Art of Manliness]

A Million Dollars Isn’t Cool: If it weren’t for Twitter we’d never feel the joy of watching T. Boone Pickens serve Drake a large slice of humble pie. [Daily Intel]

Rocket Car: This isn’t just any Bentley Corniche--you can own Elton John’s Bentley Corniche. Here’s hoping he left a pair of sunglasses in the glovebox. [Driven]

The Anonymous Dutch Blogger Dances to Anonymous Dutch Music


Young, Dutch and Famous: The young woman behind Fashion Fillers takes a turn in the spotlight. [Fashion Copious]

The Next Big, Flat Thing: All those Apple Tablet rumors are true. More on that tomorrow morning, but in the meantime, the winner here is Roisin Murphy, who somehow got her album cover to show up on all the renderings. [Gizmodo]

The Wages of Thrift: The international secondhand clothing economy is much, much larger than you thought. [Daily Herald]

The Streets of Baltimore: A patient, comprehensive explanation of why you should watch The Wire. Seriously, folks. [A.V. Club]

Shalom Harlow is Bedazzling


Hello, Goodbye: The D. A. Pennebaker style of fashion editorial, courtesy of Paolo Roversi. [Fashion Gone Rogue]

Headstrong: In praise of the watchcap. This one’s been a long time coming, but we’re not sure what it means for people with dishevelable hair. [Put This On]

Let’s Get Real: Eventually, someone was going to make a case for The Real Cancún as one of the great films of the decade. Salon has found that person. [Salon]

The Game Be the Game: A spoiler-packed, genuinely fascinating interview with The Wire’s David Simon. [Vice]