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Monthly Archives: August 2018
Fabrizio del Wrongo writes: Female sultriness is a quality that’s in short supply these days. Or at least it seems that way to me. But if you look at glossy porn mags of the late ’70s and early ’80s, you’ll … Continue reading
Fenster writes: Like a lot of people, I expect, I first heard Aretha Franklin’s voice when I first heard the song Respect. And like a lot of people, I expect, the first hearing of that song was one of the … Continue reading
Fenster writes: This is a continuation of the Globe Watch I undertook yesterday. The idea behind that post: yes we have a free press in this country, and rightly so, but nothing confers on the press some special virtue by … Continue reading
Fenster writes: My hometown paper, the Boston Globe, took the lead in the recent cooperative effort on the part of hundreds of papers nationwide to run editorials slamming Trump for his comments about the press. I think the Globe can … Continue reading
Fenster writes: If you are planning to write a book about something or someone falling from the sky be aware that the landscape is already littered with fallen objects and you might have a copyright problem.
Fenster writes: Niall Ferguson is liberalism’s favorite apostate. He is not predictably conservative. He is reliably contrarian but the liberal mind savors a little intellectual frisson, especially if it is put across in an erudite way. He is not crude … Continue reading