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James Panero Nov 16
Mexican muralist David Alfaro Siqueiros must be the only blue chip artist to lead an assasination attempt against Leon Trotksy.
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Nicole Gelinas 🦃🦃🦃 Nov 13
Sorry to read that Herb London died. A kind and thoughtful man. RIP.
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James Panero Nov 13
Amazon wants a rooftop helipad. So did Pan Am.
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The New Criterion Nov 13
Our critic’s pick: “The Third Rome: Allegorical Landscapes of the Modern City,” at Robert Simon Fine Art (through December 14).
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City Journal Nov 12
A formidable intellect, an honest scholar, and a true friend, Herb London will be greatly missed at .
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James Panero Nov 12
New podcast: tune in as I moderate a discussion on the life and work of Andrew Forge
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James Panero Nov 6
Went to vote this morning on the Upper West Side. True democracy inaction.
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James Panero Nov 5
Replying to @JamesPanero
BQX
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James Panero Nov 5
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HQ2
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James Panero Nov 5
MOMA PS1 QNS AMAZON
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Andrew Russeth Oct 31
“What it signals is a complete lack of imagination.” —Tom Eccles
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James Panero Oct 31
Somewhere on the Venn diagram of constitutional originalists and Park Slope food bloggers
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Russell Kirk Center Oct 31
Happy Halloween from the ! Don't miss 's exploration of Russell Kirk's fiction in : "When Russell Kirk Was Really Scary"
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James Panero Oct 30
Replying to @JamesPanero
Why an ice axe? Because the assassin believed he could administer a silent blow through the back of the skull. Trotsky turned and the assassin missed, striking the side of the head instead. Trotsky dead a day later. The captured killer never revealed his Soviet identity.
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James Panero Oct 30
My dining campanion courtesy : the ice axe used to kill Leon Trotsky. A KGB assassin infiltrated Trotsky's inner circle to strike the fatal blow in Mexico City. Authenticity determined through Trotsky's DNA still on the pick.
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Spectator USA Oct 30
"Tintoretto was no Michelangelo or Titian, but he could push paint like no one else in La Serenissima," writes
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Justin Zaremby Oct 29
According to , John Stuart Gordon's new book American Glass: The Collections at Yale "tells the story of culture in translucent miniature." Have you picked up your copy yet? Thanks
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James Panero Oct 25
"Don't be evil." Google Translate: "Hear no evil, see no evil, speak no evil"
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James Panero Oct 24
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Beautiful and heartfelt
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The New Criterion Oct 23
I have driven thousands of miles in the recent past in France, and, contrary to Mayle’s claim, there are few “furious dramas that unfold once the Frenchman gets behind the wheel of his car.”
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