Morning Links: ‘Authentic’ Sushi, Saying Goodbye to GM and More
Travel Blog • Eva Holland • 06.12.09 | 9:17 AM ET
The Morning Links for June 12, 2009:
- Today would have been Anne Frank’s 80th birthday. Her original diaries and other papers are going on display at the Anne Frank Museum for the occasion.
- Outposts blogger Timothy Egan offers his take on the strange case of an American exchange student on trial in Italy for the murder of her roommate.
- So long, California roll? The Atlantic takes a look at a fresh crop of American sushi chefs that are returning to tradition.
- For anyone keeping tabs on the new Gulliver’s Travels flick, Chris O’Dowd has signed on as arch-nemesis Edward. He joins Jack Black (as Gulliver), Emily Blunt and Jason Segel.
- In USA Today, World Hum contributor Julia Ross looks back on three generations of family loyalty to GM, and thanks the newly-bankrupt company for “a great ride.”
- Two animal rights groups have filed complaints to prevent the Mirage from importing more dolphins for Siegfried & Roy’s Secret Garden and Dolphin Habitat. A Mirage dolphin named Sgt. Pepper died last week.
- In the Daily Beast, a photographer looks back on the bad old days (that is, the 1980s) of the New York subway. Don’t miss the accompanying slideshow.