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Spectator USA Sep 21
"It is a serious threat to freedom of expression and the ability to publish and write independently. The Buruma resignation, or firing, is a catastrophe for American democracy and freedom." speaks to publisher John R. MacArthur
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Jay Nordlinger Sep 19
A man who wouldn’t obey the modernist edicts. That made him a radical and revolutionary, in a sense. He died listening to Beethoven piano sonatas.
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James Panero Sep 19
This is in fact an interesting question for an admirality attorney. Doesn't the Law of Salvage entitle you to certain claims over a ship hard aground?
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James Panero Sep 19
Amended complaint against Finlay & NYCB now names Ramasar, Catazaro, SAB & donor
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Spectator USA Sep 18
"As a critic who generally sides with art’s more Classical temperaments, I simply say, go see Delacroix in the flesh," writes of 's new exhibition.
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The New Criterion Sep 18
Our critic’s pick: “Graham Nickson: Cumulus, Monumental Trees and Transient Skies,” at the New York Studio School (through October 21).
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ArtsJournal Sep 18
‘Mr. Balanchine’s Stage Is Now Filled With Rot’, Writes Former New York City Ballet Dancer In New York Times Op-Ed: Toni Bentley: “The company has now formally hit its nadir after 35 years under the direction of Peter Martins, who succeeded Mr. Balanch…
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James Panero Sep 18
Law & Order: NYCB
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Spectator USA Sep 18
"In Delacroix’s impious brush we find the incomplete expression of a complete intelligence." on 's Delacroix exhibition, which opened yesterday.
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katie honan Sep 14
These look like engagement photos.
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Arts & Letters Daily Sep 14
“Please be kind to Muriel.” A love affair gone wrong, intimate letters leaked — blackmail and betrayal hovered over both Muriel Spark’s fiction and her life
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Andrea N. Goldstein Sep 11
9/11/01 was my second week of high school in Manhattan. This is the cover of my yearbook that year. Remember with love. Their memories are a blessing.
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The New Criterion Sep 11
Our critic’s pick: “Delacroix,” at the Metropolitan Museum of Art (September 17 through January 6, 2019).
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Nicole Gelinas Sep 10
Which one takes a caravan of SUVs to the gym to double-park in the bike lane every day?
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James Panero Sep 10
Replying to @JamesPanero
some parallels to 1990 when McEnroe was disqualfied from the Australian Open
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James Panero Sep 10
Martina Navratilova: What Serena Got Wrong
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The New Criterion Sep 10
Listen to Eric Gibson & James Panero discuss the work of Alberto Giacometti.
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University Bookman Sep 8
Grateful for our friends at who are organizing a event.
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James Panero Sep 7
Tonight's letter to donors of NYCB from Katherine E. Brown, ED & Jonathan Stafford, "Interim Artistic Team Leader." Lawyering up, dismissing crisis. Perrier Recall Case Study of what not to do.
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Katrina Gulliver Sep 7
Yes! Though people won't be quiet anywhere now (and those bloody vuvuzelas have gone global, I hear them at all kinds of events now. NIGHTMARE).
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