Monthly Archives: October 2010

Maurice Clarett

Maurice Clarett was the tailback on Ohio State’s 2002 national championship team. His life fell apart at the seams after that season. ESPN has done a video segment on what he’s up to these days: If you’re not familiar with … Continue reading

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President Obama on the Daily Show

John Stewart is the most respected name in news. Seriously. He probably shouldn’t be, but he is. Young liberals and liberal-leaning people (and by young, I’m thinking from college up to the 40’s, that most desirable of demographics) form their … Continue reading

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I hate every single new studio correspondent on ESPN. They all think they’re so cool.

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You will be depressed if you read this

As it turns out, humanitarian organizations are actually evil. Things like this start making you wonder what the point of anything is. Read Philip Gourevitch’s article in the October 11 edition of the New Yorker, “Arms Dealers.”  (this is an … Continue reading

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Revisiting the Classics

From: Acquisitions Editor, Mammon Publishing To: Marketing Department Wicked hit 1,800 shows this week.  Novel has been in Top 50 Best Selling Paperbacks since show opened in 2003. Keeping that in mind, wanted to run some possibilities by you. Title: … Continue reading

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The Social Network

                There’s a moment in this film when a character makes a crack which refers to The Karate Kid, and I lost it. The line is as throwaway as they come: it’s way too specific, and assumes a generalized state of pop culture osmosis … Continue reading

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This Blog

Most of these posts are assignments for my Graduate Seminar on Reviewing for the Arts. Hope you enjoy them!

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