Okay – this has happened to the hardworking staff and the Missus once too often.
We looked at yesterday’s New York Times front page and here’s what we saw:
That lede – “I’ve been writing about art professionally for more than 30 years, and I fell in love with language before I fell in love with art. Words ended up being my connection to art, and writing came first” – makes you think, “Hey, Holland Carter’s retiring.”
Not so, as you learn when you go to the jump on page 3, which includes this at lower left:
Stop labeling the First Crush series this way:
And start labeling it the right way.
Remind me to cover my eyes when they show Michiko Kakutani’s inspiration.
That’s a Big Yikes.