Adam Davidson Picks Three

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Adam Davidson, a contributing writer for newyorker.com, tells David Remnick how he finds relief after reporting on political turmoil. Watching the comedian Billy Eichner run around and scream at random people in “Billy on the Street” is a perfect escape, Davidson says; he’s also enjoying reading the former New York Times reporter Alex Berenson’s John Wells spy novels and listening to Bruce Springsteen read his memoir “Born to Run” in the audiobook version.