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After dinner I walked down to the bay one last time. I stood in a soft rain next to the bust of homeboy Jean Cocteau alongside the chapel he renovated in the 1950s, and looked one last time at the … Continue reading
Hey, Boston: The Rolling Stones got no expectation . . . to pass . . . through here . . . again. From the Associated Press (tip o’ the pixel to Politico Playbook): Rolling Stones announce North American stadium tour LOS … Continue reading
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Interesting front-page Memory Lane piece in Tuesday’s New York Times about the vice-presidential kerfuffle George McGovern (D-Amnesty, Abortion and Acid) created in 1972. Hasty and Ruinous 1972 Pick Colors Today’s Hunt for a No. 2 WASHINGTON — Scott Lilly was … Continue reading