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Monthly Archives: August 2017
NYT’s ‘New York City Haiku’ Has Nothing on Félix Fénéon
A few months ago the New York Times ran a New York City in 17 Syllables contest, soliciting haikus (three lines of five, seven and five syllables) about the Big Town. For National Poetry Month, The New York Times asked … Continue reading
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Rarer Than the Eclipse! Wall Street Journal Runs Ad in NYT!
Here’s something else you’ll see about once every hundreds years: The Wall Street Journal taking out a full-page ad in the Sunday New York Times. The hardsipping staff has no idea how many Times readers will discover the WSJwine … Continue reading
Is ‘Trump TV’ Really All That Different From ‘Obama TV’?
There’s been a fair amount of pearl clutching the past few days over the “Real News” videos that TrumpWorld has just started cranking out. The debut edition appeared on Donald Trump’s Facebook page last week and featured First (or Second) Daughter-in-Law … Continue reading
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