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Twitter's Hottest Reads
The latest thought-provoking stories from across the Twitterverse.
Trending on Twitter

Kebab Kid, London: ‘Take-away as a cult’ – restaurant review

theguardian.com · Oct 17

Rather than blowing £1,450 on a steak wrapped in gold leaf at Nusr-Et Steakhouse, enjoy a gorgeous Kebab Kid kebab, says Jay Rayner

Shared by @MaxFassbrause and 25 others
Toby Couchman (@TobyCouchman) · Oct 17
RT @mrjamesob: Magnificent work from @jayrayner1, not least because I’d been wondering whether wrapping meat in gold leaf serves any culina…
David Andress (@ProfDaveAndress) · Oct 17
RT @jayrayner1: This week’s column. I was never going to splash the @ObserverUK’s money on one of Salt Bae’s crass £800+ gold leafed steaks…
Max 🎅 (@MaxFassbrause) · Oct 17
RT @jayrayner1: This week’s column. I was never going to splash the @ObserverUK’s money on one of Salt Bae’s crass £800+ gold leafed steaks…
Robert Lloyd (@LATimesTVLloyd) · Oct 17
RT @jayrayner1: This week’s column. I was never going to splash the @ObserverUK’s money on one of Salt Bae’s crass £800+ gold leafed steaks…
Mahalo Valhalla (@sidin) · Oct 17
RT @mrjamesob: Magnificent work from @jayrayner1, not least because I’d been wondering whether wrapping meat in gold leaf serves any culina…
James OhBrien (@mrjamesob) · Oct 17
Magnificent work from @jayrayner1, not least because I’d been wondering whether wrapping meat in gold leaf serves any culinary purpose at all. https://t.co/lPKeIxShcj
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Left to rot: Collapsed condo born of botched construction and evidence of money laundering

eu.usatoday.com · Oct 14

Shell companies, cash deals, fast sales, strange buyers. USA TODAY found early condo sales exhibit tell-tale signs of a money laundering scheme.

Shared by @lmartods and 41 others
EM Simpson (@charlie_simpson) · Oct 17
RT @NateSibley: Subscribe to read, but here are a couple key passages. Interestingly it was no longer useful for money laundering precisel…
Samuel Rubenfeld 🔥 (@srubenfeld) · Oct 16
RT @MoniqueOMadan: IT'S HERE! My first byline for @USATODAY. So grateful to have worked on this investigation w/ this incredible team! Le…
Delia Ferreira (@DeliaFerreira) · Oct 16
RT @NateSibley: The Miami condo that collapsed in June, killing 98 people, was apparently built to launder cartel funds in the 1980s. Deve…
Daniela Altimari (@capitolwatch) · Oct 14
RT @RominaAdi: NEW INVESTIGATION on ⁦Surfside collapse revealing for the first time that condo sales exhibit signs of a money laundering sc…
Erik (@erik_griswold) · Oct 17
RT @NateSibley: The Miami condo that collapsed in June, killing 98 people, was apparently built to launder cartel funds in the 1980s. Deve…
Paul Musgrave 👻🎃💀 (@profmusgrave) · Oct 17
RT @NateSibley: The Miami condo that collapsed in June, killing 98 people, was apparently built to launder cartel funds in the 1980s. Deve…
திவ்யா (Divya) (@divya) · Oct 17
RT @NateSibley: The Miami condo that collapsed in June, killing 98 people, was apparently built to launder cartel funds in the 1980s. Deve…
The Kleptocracy Initiative (@KleptocracyIntv) · Oct 16
RT @NateSibley: The Miami condo that collapsed in June, killing 98 people, was apparently built to launder cartel funds in the 1980s. Deve…
working from home (@eric_young_1) · Oct 17
RT @NateSibley: The Miami condo that collapsed in June, killing 98 people, was apparently built to launder cartel funds in the 1980s. Deve…
Trending on Twitter

Hollywood Strike Averted As IATSE & AMPTP Reach Deal On New Film & TV Contract

deadline.com · Oct 16

EXCLUSIVE: With Hollywood on edge and picket signs at the ready, IATSE and the AMPTP have reached an agreement on a new film and TV contract, averting a threatened nationwide strike. The new three-…

Shared by @GhostPanther and 40 others
Fred (@WaywardWinifred) · Oct 17
RT @FlyingWithSara: The strike is our tactic. Solidarity is our power. Bam! Killer solidarity, @IATSE #1u #Striketober https://t.co/9Uiglq
meaning machine (@EricThurm) · Oct 17
RT @runolgarun: I wouldn’t get too excited until membership actually votes to ratify but good news https://t.co/03fxBUZ1hx via @Deadline
Sunil Malhotra (@ThatSunil) · Oct 17
RT @FlyingWithSara: The strike is our tactic. Solidarity is our power. Bam! Killer solidarity, @IATSE #1u #Striketober https://t.co/9Uiglq
Charlotte Clymer 🏳️‍🌈 (@cmclymer) · Oct 17
RT @Iam_BrookeSmith: Hollywood Strike Averted As IATSE & AMPTP Reach Deal On New Film & TV Contract https://t.co/6rtWR7rgFs via @Deadline
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How Did Netflix Fuck Up the Dave Chappelle Backlash This Badly?

thedailybeast.com · Oct 16

Everything we can’t stop loving, hating, and thinking about this week in pop culture.

Shared by @jonkay and 19 others
Lars Weisbrod (@larsweisbrod) · Oct 16
RT @jessesingal: "The content of Dave Chappelle’s controversial stand-up special The Closer—the dangerous transphobia, the gaslighting, the…
Ryan Davis (@RyanNewYork) · Oct 16
RT @mattyglesias: I don’t understand the premise that Netflix has made any kind of mistake here. They are a for-profit business enterprise.…
Jonathan Kay (@jonkay) · Oct 17
RT @jessesingal: "The content of Dave Chappelle’s controversial stand-up special The Closer—the dangerous transphobia, the gaslighting, the…
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Lord Puttnam sets out reasons for retirement in Shirley Williams Memorial Lecture

davidputtnam.com · Oct 15

Puttnam delivers speech titled 'POWER AND FEAR – THE TWO TYRANNIES, saying that democracy requires continual vigilance and that 'unaccountable power and the exploitation of fear are the weapons of an autocracy into which Britain may be sleepwalking.'

Shared by @realJavedBashir and 14 others
Javed Bashir🔶LibDem Parliamentary Spokesperson🔶 (@realJavedBashir) · Oct 17
RT @snb19692: Good Lord! It's a long read but worth every second. Read it &read it again. Lord David Puttnam's reasons for retiring should…
Colin Wrafter (@wrafter_colin) · Oct 17
RT @DPuttnam: Here is my speech for The Shirley Williams Memorial Lecture, in which I lay out the reasons for my retirement from the House…
Davenant 📸 (@MarcDavenant) · Oct 17
RT @DPuttnam: Here is my speech for The Shirley Williams Memorial Lecture, in which I lay out the reasons for my retirement from the House…
Mike Bracken (@MTBracken) · Oct 16
RT @DPuttnam: Here is my speech for The Shirley Williams Memorial Lecture, in which I lay out the reasons for my retirement from the House…
Andrew Ó Baoill🌹 (@aobaoill) · Oct 16
Great to see @skibbrowing providing @DPuttnam with reasons to be optimistic for the future of democracy. https://t.co/89moYRMslm
Brigid Laffan (@BrigidLaffan) · Oct 16
RT @DPuttnam: Here is my speech for The Shirley Williams Memorial Lecture, in which I lay out the reasons for my retirement from the House…
Robert Madelin (@eurohumph) · Oct 16
RT @SeanFionn: @ProfTimBale The full speech is here. It is very good it traces an arc of his experience from his warnings of fascism - his…
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Cream teas at dawn: inside the war for the National Trust

theguardian.com · Oct 16

One of the UK’s most beloved organisations is under siege over its efforts to reckon with Britain’s slave-owning history. Who will win the battle for its soul?

Shared by @BenQuinn75 and 15 others
Alexander Obermüller (@shizzle_obi) · Oct 16
RT @greg_jenner: This is an interesting read, so many people crave a nostalgic history that masks actual historical events Cream teas at…
Prof Elaine Chalus (@EHChalus) · Oct 16
RT @gabyhinsliff: ‘We’re about as Marxist as a cream tea’; me on how the National Trust got caught in a culture war. NB if you’re a Trust m…
Oliver Morton (@Eaterofsun) · Oct 16
RT @gabyhinsliff: ‘We’re about as Marxist as a cream tea’; me on how the National Trust got caught in a culture war. NB if you’re a Trust m…
Tom McTague (@TomMcTague) · Oct 16
RT @mrianleslie: Really interesting, and typical of the culture war debate in that one side (here the NT) is raising explicitly political q…
Olly Benson (@ollybenson) · Oct 16
Voted in both the @nationaltrust and @YHAOfficial elections this week. Oddly feels more influential than political elections - you genuinely get to shape the future of an organisation. More orgs should feel confident about asking their members to vote. https://t.co/2fOoHy7uTU

Opinion | A Home Built for the Next Pandemic

nytimes.com · Oct 15

A new Covid concept house pitches itself as empowering and feminist. Is it?

Shared by @nytopinion and 14 others
Brooke Foucault Welles (@foucaultwelles) · Oct 17
RT @nytopinion: "A bubble bath isn’t going to fix what is wrong with you. Because a lot of our burnout and ennui is not about being tired.…
Adriana Lacy (@Adriana_Lacy) · Oct 17
RT @dem8z: As I recently told an audience, a bubble bath isn’t going to fix what is wrong with you. Because a lot of our burnout … is abt b…
the surveillance is coming from inside the house! (@hypervisible) · Oct 16
RT @tressiemcphd: Tiny zoom rooms designed for self-presentation. A homeschool room with easy surveillance. A secret “mom room” & a kitchen…
David Carroll (@profcarroll) · Oct 16
RT @tressiemcphd: Tiny zoom rooms designed for self-presentation. A homeschool room with easy surveillance. A secret “mom room” & a kitchen…
Aram Zucker-Scharff (@Chronotope) · Oct 16
RT @tressiemcphd: Tiny zoom rooms designed for self-presentation. A homeschool room with easy surveillance. A secret “mom room” & a kitchen…

Raya and the Promise of Private Social Media

newyorker.com · Oct 15

The app has created a space free of the problems that plague the rest of the Web, but only by leaving almost everybody out.

Shared by @TechmemeChatter and 13 others
Kyle Chayka (@chaykak) · Oct 16
RT @Techmeme: A look at Raya, a secretive subscription-based social network with a rigorous user selection process and a rigid code of sile…
Techmeme Chatter (@TechmemeChatter) · Oct 17
RT @NewYorker: Demi Lovato, Channing Tatum, John Mayer, Lizzo, Cara Delevingne, and Drew Barrymore have all reportedly been Raya members. O…
Ben Smith (@benyt) · Oct 16
RT @michaelluo: Last month, Raya granted @chaykak access to a temporary account. "I felt a bit like I was walking through a cocktail party…
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Man wrongfully convicted for Queens robbery released from prison after 26 years

abc7ny.com · Oct 16

A man who spent two decades behind bars for an armed robbery in Queens that he didn't commit, is out of prison and speaking exclusively to Eyewitness News.

Shared by @questlove and 6 others
B.R.O.theR. ?uestion (@questlove) · Oct 17
RT @Phil_Lewis_: Chad Breland, who spent 26 years behind bars for an armed robbery in Queens that he didn't commit, was released from priso…
Samuel Rubenfeld 🔥 (@srubenfeld) · Oct 17
RT @Phil_Lewis_: Chad Breland, who spent 26 years behind bars for an armed robbery in Queens that he didn't commit, was released from priso…
deray (@deray) · Oct 17
RT @Phil_Lewis_: Chad Breland, who spent 26 years behind bars for an armed robbery in Queens that he didn't commit, was released from priso…
Jane Coaston (@janecoaston) · Oct 16
RT @davidminpdx: Wrongly convicted man released after 26 years. Queens prosecutors had hid fingerprints from scene that belonged to someone…
Radley Balko (@radleybalko) · Oct 16
RT @davidminpdx: Wrongly convicted man released after 26 years. Queens prosecutors had hid fingerprints from scene that belonged to someone…

Tech's troubled history with Asian workers

axios.com · Oct 16

Asians make up the majority of Silicon Valley's tech workforce, but are underrepresented in leadership.

Shared by @EileenOReilly10 and 10 others
Andrew Peng (@TheAPJournalist) · Oct 16
RT @TheYappie: While Asians make up the majority of Silicon Valley's tech workforce, the industry’s rhetoric + discussions around diversity…
Ellen K. Pao (@ekp) · Oct 17
RT @shawnarchen: My mom's boss terrorized her for her "poor" English. My dad was denied ownership over the products he invented. Though Asi…
Kate Nocera (@KateNocera) · Oct 17
RT @shawnarchen: My mom's boss terrorized her for her "poor" English. My dad was denied ownership over the products he invented. Though Asi…
Tracy Chou (@triketora) · Oct 16
RT @shawnarchen: My mom's boss terrorized her for her "poor" English. My dad was denied ownership over the products he invented. Though Asi…
Bill Bishop (@niubi) · Oct 16
RT @shawnarchen: My mom's boss terrorized her for her "poor" English. My dad was denied ownership over the products he invented. Though Asi…
Ina Fried (@inafried) · Oct 16
RT @shawnarchen: My mom's boss terrorized her for her "poor" English. My dad was denied ownership over the products he invented. Though Asi…
Eileen Drage OReilly (@EileenOReilly10) · Oct 17
RT @shawnarchen: My mom's boss terrorized her for her "poor" English. My dad was denied ownership over the products he invented. Though Asi…
Vijay S (@vijaysankaran) · Oct 17
RT @shawnarchen: My mom's boss terrorized her for her "poor" English. My dad was denied ownership over the products he invented. Though Asi…
Maggie Haberman (@maggieNYT) · Oct 17
RT @shawnarchen: My mom's boss terrorized her for her "poor" English. My dad was denied ownership over the products he invented. Though Asi…

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