9/28/2004 Add a comment

Snap Culture has been pretty busy lately, so it's without further ado that we catch up on a few items we missed the first time around:

* With airlines teetering on the brink of failure, airports serving small, remote communities could shut down.

* Wonkette got a sparkling profile in the New York Times Magazine. Shows how small DC is when she has turned into a moderate celebrity. Isn't she old news by now?

* Shows like "Trading Spouses" (which can be quite good) have brought kids front and center under reality TV's harsh lights of judgment. I hate to say I told you so.

* A funny story about Serbia's president and other politicians driving a taxi for a reality TV show.

* The Washington Post has published the first two parts of an excellent four-part series on what it's like to be young and gay in the south. The rest of the series runs on Oct. 3 and 4. William