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The Arts Seen in NYC (‘Summer with the Averys’ Edition)
Well the Missus and I trundled down to the Big Town last weekend to check out this that and the other thing and, say, it was swell. After the usual funhouse ride through Six Flags Over Midtown Manhattan, we headed … Continue reading
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Wait, What? They Like Ike Memorial?
As the hardworking staff noted last fall, The Weekly Standard’s senior editor Andrew Ferguson has been on the Eisenhower Memorial debacle like Brown on Williamson. Then there’s Frank Gehry, the starchitect who designed MIT’s Stata Center among other landmark buildings. His … Continue reading