Sunday, May 17, 2009

Today's Inquirer reviews ...

... An inside scoop on talk radio. (People all over the world have been waiting for this, I'm sure. I doubt if Smerconish's "suburban manifesto" will prove anywhere near the draw as Mark Levin's "conservative" one. Then again, Levin doesn't write for The Inquirer.)

... Exploring the life of Garcia Marquez. (I remember an interview where Garcia Marquez explained that his friendship with Fidel Castro was entirely based on their mutual love of fishing and fish recipes. As someone who has never criticized Fidel's bouillabaise, I quite understand.)

... Breezy bits of history's sound bites. (Proof, if any was needed, that the New Deal is the nearest many reporters can come to believing in eternal life.)

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