Tag Archives: Steve Stein

Remembering The 1979 Cincinnati Who Concert

From our Small (Media) World desk: In the wake of the hardworking staff’s Classic Cincinnati Concerts walk down Memory Lane comes this Wall Street Journal feature: The Taming of the Fans Tired of taking hits to their reputations and bottom … Continue reading

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Remembering The Great Cincinnati Summer Pop Festival Of 1970

After the hardworking staff posted this memo from a New Yorker editor adrift in Red Sox Nation, splendid reader Steve Stein commented about his own displaced experience years ago in Cincinnati: I did 7 years in Cincinnati (well, Dayton, ’76-’82) and … Continue reading

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Public/Private Sector Compensation Bakeoff (Manhattan Institute Edition)

Two days ago, splendid reader Steve Stein asked for some statistics to back up this claim made on NPR by a Senior Fellow at the Manhattan Institute (and noted by the hardworking staff). Mr. E.J. McMAHON (Manhattan Institute): I think … Continue reading

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Packer Mentality On Jared Lee Loughner

Splendid reader Steve Stein writes: John – I’d like to know your reaction to George Packer here: “It’s undeniable that some Americans on the left never accepted the Bush Presidency as legitimate after the Florida recount. It’s also undeniable that the … Continue reading

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