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Bach works. So does Beethoven. Especially the quartets. And in the pm, “Foyle’s War.” For the thirtieth time.
My friend Michele came to visit the other day. I was apologizing for not going down to DC to visit her, and tried to explain what had become of me in the past two years, how I don’t seem to … Continue reading
Charles Blow has been admirable and staunch in his delineation of Trump and his destructive administration. I read each of his essays with a loud “Yes!” Today he widens his view and, I think, writes perhaps the most important and … Continue reading