The Dorothy Parker Society’s 14th annual Parkerfest is taking place this week.

In this week’s New Yorker: The Death and life of Stephen Zweig.

Charles Dickens and Hans Christian Andersen just hanging out.

A Raymond Chandler biography gets reviewed.

Bill Cunningham says goodbye to Anna Piaggi.

Vote for Romney if you want to get rid of PBS.

Bill Fay talked to Weekend Edition. The world is a litte better since he’s putting out a new album.

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