Category Archives: All History is Local History

“the whole book era,” brought to you by Bobby Jenks

[New Haven Advocate] It’s just some sorry attempt to get his 15 minutes. He’s just trying to jump on the bandwagon of the whole book era right now, and it’s just a sad attempt. I never even seen the guy … Continue reading

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Calhoun vs. Krayeske

[Gelf] Reporters make for some of the toughest interviews, precisely because they know what makes for a tough interview. They directly address questions, rarely ramble, talk in soundbites. This might seem like a writer’s dream—they even remember to pause and … Continue reading

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N.B. (updated)

[Culture11] I grew up in a tiny Indiana town, where, each political year, we bonded over a latent jealousy toward Ohio for its constant visits and stump speeches and attention; all we got were the commercials, since our TV channels … Continue reading

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My article on VIP’s smut truck might not be worth reading . . .

but the comments on it definitely are.

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