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Humor

From the “Et tu, Brutus?” Department

Ed Rampell: Cruzmissile, the Canadian-born son of a Cuban émigré (and professional Senator Joe McCarthy sound- and lookalike) who has made a political career out of bashing his fellow Latinos, is stunned and scratching his noggin, now that he’s been out-birthered by ’Murican-born Rumpolini.

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Stage

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Poetry

After a Long Drive • Clock

Robert A. Davies: Rain pelting the roof above the bedroom. Moving ahead in a river its rocks and gurgling waters.

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Music

An Eagle Is Earthbound, and There’s No Tranquility Here

Larry Wines: Precious few performing songwriters have reached such a broadly disparate spectrum of the planet’s population as Glenn Frey. Even prolific Bob Dylan hasn’t written as many songs that ordinary people are able to sing from memory.

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Television

Why Feel Good TV?

Mario Solis-Marich: I am part of a group that knows that this is the time for a supplemental diet of Feel Good TV. Why? Because right now Americans are hungry for it.

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Food

Are Hormones in Milk Harming Your Health?

Carole Bartolotto: While we have stopped the use of recombinant bovine growth hormone (rbGH), diary cows in the US are typically always pregnant so the milk from those cows will be much higher in the estrogen and progesterone than nonpregnant cows.

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Literature

Ludmila Ulitskaya’s “The Big Green Tent”

Walter Moss: But like Tolstoy’s War and Peace or Pasternak’s Doctor Zhivago, The Big Green Tent overflows with families and people, and not just those related to the three main protagonists.

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