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Tuesday, October 24, 2006

GQ does Ohio

Posted By on Tue, Oct 24, 2006 at 2:12 PM

Suddenly, the swanky men's magazine has discovered there's a world beyond Paris Hilton. The November issue includes a feature story on writer Devin Friedman's journey back to his alma mater, Shaker Heights High. His saga, "The Unbearable Awkwardness of Being," promises to tell us something about Friedman, "the future of America, and the dude who hit him in the head with an M&M." And if that weren't enough, there's another story on Ohio State running back Maurice Clarett's downfall. Take a bow, Ohio. Apparently, we can be famous for something other than lousy elections. --Lisa Rab

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