Month: December 2003

In Defense of Global Capitalism

Nevermind this, it’s just a link I’ll add to my library “to buy list” once I’m not busy at work.

Xmas Update

My mother knitted me a cool winter hat, and also got me a Bundt pan to make Monkey Bread (because I dropped HUGE hints about wanting one!). The Year of the Monkey is coming up (Jan 22nd), you know. I

Village Voice: Our 25 Favorite Books of 2003

The Village Voice Actress in the House By Joseph McElroy OVER OK, 432 PP., $26.95 Buy this book It begins with a stage-slap, witnessed by a man named Daley, then spirals into cul-de-sacs of memory, ruminations on love and aging,

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Newbery Medal Winners

The Newbery Medal was named for eighteenth-century British bookseller John Newbery. It is awarded annually by the Association for Library Service to Children, a division of the American Library Association, to the author of the most distinguished contribution to American

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Howard Dean: ‘Let a Jury Pronounce bin Laden Guilty’

Matt Drudge spins the statement as “Dean not ready to pronounce Osama bin Laden guilty.” Read the actual article for yourself and decide whether Drudge’s strange smear interpretation is justified.