Sunday papers: … Inside Immaterial Incorporated � Issue Two, Andrea Codrington on beige. (Cabinet has this column called Colors “in which a guest writer is asked to respond to a specific color assigned by the editors of Cabinet.” Codrington points out the obvious Hannah Arendt-John Mellencamp continuum, a Web site devoted to the color and riffs all high-crit on khaki uniforms and pre-iMac Apple ‘puters.)
What else? In an interview at Junior’s Restaurant in Brooklyn, N.Y., Colson Whitehead’s a little full of himself, but Walter Mosley, as ever, is gracious and expansive. Thanks, Book magazine!
Vikter Duplaix in XLR8R recounts his impression of Berlin and vibing with Britain’s “broken-beats crew.”