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Sundown: Shells Hit a Syrian University

Plus Barbara Walters is retiring

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• Mortar shells struck a cafeteria at Damascus University in Syria killing at least a dozen students and wounding scores others. Last week, a bombing in central Damascus killed more than 40. [NYT]

• After half a decade of broadcasting, enchanting, and frustrating, Barbara Walters will reportedly call it quits next year. [NYDN]

• Are you up on the connection between fracking and Jews? Here’s one take on the issue. [NYJW]

• Apparently we’ve been hard-boiling our eggs all wrong for all this time. Here’s an easy fix, just in time for…Easter? [Slate]

• Following the latest cover of Leonard Cohen’s classic “Chelsea Hotel #2″ by Lana Del Ray, a debate has emerged about who has done the song the most justice. [Awl]

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Cool_Romeo says:

Wow, Barbara Walters’ career has been FIVE YEARS? That’s amazing!

I imagine that as for the worst cover of Chelsea Hotel, Del Reye wins.

herbcaen says:

Isnt a Syrian University a contradiction in terms

linda518 says:

uptil I saw the paycheck ov $7118, I have faith that my sister actualey erning money in their spare time from there new laptop.. there friend brother started doing this less than fifteen months and a short time ago cleared the debts on their place and bourt Mitsubishi Evo. go to, jump15.comCHECK IT OUT

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