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Archive for January, 2006

In an earlier post on Ralph Schoenman and his role in the Kennedy assassination conspiracy industry, I questioned his reliability as an interviewer. The reason I did so was because of a man named Gerald Coffee, who was one of Schoenman’s earliest interviewees. This is his story: Lieutenant Gerald L. Coffee, a US Navy pilot […]

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Those “Homogenous” Suburbs

Friday, January 13th, 2006

Nicholas Hune-Brown has a generally excellent piece in the Toronto Star analyzing the long history of suburban stereotypes in the arts. (Arts & Letters Daily provided the link.) It’s really quite a fine tour d’horizon. Hune-Brown concludes, after surveying depictions of suburbia in pop music, television, and novels, that suburbia has changed radically… but artists […]

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